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Flat-screen TV Prices to Plunge for Holiday Season

Towen7

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Staff member
Moderator
The laws of supply and demand seem to work....

From the story at: http://shopping.yahoo.com/articles/ysho ... ay-season/

On Black Friday this year, 32-inch LCD TVs will drop to an average price of between $249 and $299, with the best deals as low as $199, according to a prediction from research firm iSuppli. The 32-inch LCD TVs currently sell for $349 to $399, on average, with the cheapest model (Emerson's LC320EMX) selling for $300.
 

Botch

I.Y.A.A.Y.A.S!
Superstar
Article in my local paper said that most of the off-name brands would drop for Black Friday, most of the big-names will drop for Xmas... :think:
 

Wardsweb

Renaissance man
Botch said:
Article in my local paper said that most of the off-name brands would drop for Black Friday, most of the big-names will drop for Xmas... :think:
I'm in no hurry. Once again for me, it's more of a want than a need. It will be replacing a 52" Samsung.
 

Doghart

Well-Known Member
I'm going to bet that the larger screen sized sets will see the least amount of price drop.

Retailers probably sell 10x the number of 32" to 42" displays as they do the 50" and higher.

(we're talking LCD not plasma here...)

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