Sears and Best Buy planning pre-Super Bowl HDTV sales

Sears and Best Buy planning pre-Super Bowl HDTV sales

Summary: If you're planning a Super Bowl party, you should really have a state-of-the-art HDTV. To help, Sears and Best Buy are having some pre-Super Bowl promotions.

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If you're planning a Super Bowl party, you should really have a state-of-the-art HDTV. To help, Sears and Best Buy are having some pre-Super Bowl promotions.

Starting with Best Buy, consumers can select from a small pool of LCD and plasma HDTVs, ranging from a 32-inch Panasonic Viera 720p LCD panel for $299.99 (down from $449.99) to a 60-inch 1080p panel from Sharp for $1,199.99 (down from $1,699.99).

Sears has a much larger selection of displays to choose from, and even all Sony TVs are on sale. Everything priced $799 and up guarantees free shipping.  Some of the best deals from this retailer include the 40-inch Sony 1080p LCD HDTV (pictured above) for $584.99, the Panasonic Viera 50-inch Class GT25 Series Full HD 3D 1080p Plasma TV for $1,239.99 (down from $2,000) and the 58-inch Samsung Touch of Color PN58C550G1FXZA 1080p Plasma HDTV for $1,299.99.

Best Buy's sales are good through at least tomorrow (January 22), while Sears will keep the bargain prices in place until Saturday, January 29.

[via Twice]

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  • Technically

    These are pre-Big Game promotions. Whatever the Big Game means to you. You should only tie the phrase "Super Bowl" to its official (paid) products! :D
    bmgoodman
    • So true. She could get sued for using that name

      @bmgoodman <br>also lets point out that watching the "Big Game" on a TV 50" or larger means that you have to supply <b>all</b> the food.<br><br>Having a stipulation that "eveyone brings one food item to the party" constitutes "charging admission", and could very well have the NFL lawyers down on you in no time.
      John Zern