8 tips to help you score a deal and save money on a TV for the Super Bowl
There's nothing better than watching the Super Bowl, or the commercials, on a big screen television.
But with less than a week to go before kickoff - is now the time to invest in a new flat-screen?
News 12's Janice Lieberman has the Real Deal:
DealNews has seen savings of 15 to 30% off select models. So if your goal is to get the latest and greatest, consider passing on next year's model.
2. NEW MODELS ARE RELEASED IN THE SPRING
TVs at the stores have been out for a year. If you don't need all the bells and whistles, you can get a good deal on those models.
3. SCOUR SOCIAL MEDIA
Some retailers will offer followers early notifications of sales.
4. GO TO THE STORE
Before making a TV purchase you really need to see the picture and sound quality in person. If you want to comparison shop online after you see the TV, you may be able to save a few bucks.
5. DO YOUR HOMEWORK
Many retailers do not carry the exact same model making it very hard for you to comparison shop or price match. Try to look at the individual features of the model you want and see if you can find it cheaper.
6. HANG ON TO YOUR RECEIPT
Some retailers will give you a price adjustment within a certain amount of time if the price drops. It's up to you to keep checking.
7. ASK ABOUT DELIVERY FEES
Is there an extra charge? Do you have to pay hefty amounts if you buy online? It all adds up!
8. SKIP THE EXTENDED WARRANTY
Most insiders say it's a waste of money. Extended warranties and protection plans are good for the retailer and not for you. Most manufacturers will warrantee their sets for a certain amount of time and take care of the repair or even replace it.
Consumer Reports recently released its list of Best TVs of 2022, click here for the list.