Amazon.com has several sales going on to move a bunch of HDTVs and the like out of their inventory and into the living rooms of folks all around the country.
First off, they’ve got this 10% off discount on selected HDTVs for customers using the promo code JANGET10 and their Amazon.com Rewards Visa Card — a promotional code only good until January 30, 2012.
But for folks who miss that promo code deadline, don’t fret — because Amazon has another page with selected Samsung products on sale, including HDTVs, blu-ray players/receivers, home theater systems and more — and that sale page is good until 11:59 p.m. PST on February 04, 2012, while supplies last.
For that page of Samsung products on sale, customers don’t need to enter a promotional code or use their Amazon.com Rewards Visa Card, if they don’t want to or don’t have one.
“To take advantage of this offer, simply add a qualifying Samsung home entertainment product to your Shopping Cart from the list…” writes Amazon. “The price in your cart already includes the manufacturer’s instant rebate. Qualifying products must be purchased from Amazon.com; does not include purchases from other sellers on the Amazon.com website.”
If people are buying in this mad rush of TV sales and discounts in January 2012 in order to watch the big game on something bigger than what they already have, methinks they’d better hurry, seeing as though the Super Bowl is scheduled for February 5, 2012, with a kickoff time of 6:30 ET on NBC.
As it gets down to the wire, make sure you check delivery times with the Amazon retailer to ensure it can be delivered and set up in the time you desire.
One popular product on the 10% promo code JANGET10 page that’s good till January 30, 2012 is this Samsung UN55D8000 55-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D LED HDTV (Silver) — perhaps people love that sleek silver lining instead of the black, although the black version is selling as well.
As far as the Samsung product sale page, my Amazon Associates records show that this Samsung UN46D7000 46-Inch 1080p 240 Hz 3D LED HDTV (Silver) is one that customers are purchasing, one of the ones whose offer is good through 11:59 p.m. PST on February 04, 2012, while supplies last. When I added that model to my cart, it returned a price of $1,293.00 as of this writing.
Why does the Dire Straits song “Money for Nothing” keep playing in my brain as I write and research and sell these things? We’ve got to move these refrigerators… We got to move these color TVs…