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Old 04-21-2008   #13
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the current price at Amazon is $3199 - delivered in 1-2 months of course.
If I could find it for $2499 - that would be a deal!
Too bad you didn't place your order earlier. Amazon's policy is to honor published prices, even if they go up. On the other hand if the actual price goes down, you get the lower price, so you can't loose. They don't even charge you until it ships.

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I don't know if it's an Amazon mistake, but they are listing the price at $2499 with free shipping. That's well below the $3199 list price that this new product will command. It must be a mistake, but I placed an order at the artificially LOW price and their stated policy is to honor it.
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$2499.00, a decent price.
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Ditto Rex,
That's exactly the info I've been looking for. I'm trying to hold off purchasing a 65PZ750U in hopes that the 850 series will arrive before the boss (you know who!) starts whining about not having a TV in the family room.
Welcome to the forum! And good luck with the "boss".
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I've always had panasonics and love them

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Welcome to the forum! And good luck with the "boss".
Thanks. 65PZ850 is in and up and all is well with she-who-must-be-obeyed. For now.
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