8-page Costco Holiday Savings Event ad scan!  Costco members can get in on some seriously hot deals today. Non-members can buy some of these deals as well, but note that a surcharge will be applied. This event runs from =1emtoday through November 28th while supplies last. 

The most popular items are selling out quickly, so if you see something that catches your eye you might want to act fast! As our members have so kindly pointed out, there are stellar TV deals featured in this sale. 

Here are some of the best deals:

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No Xbox in list

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I wondered what was up. Went by Costco at lunch and must have seen 5 people in line with that 70 inch

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Was it cheaper in store?

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Note all of these are turner free which means you'll need to add a tuner to get over the air signals.

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Grablife said:   Note all of these are turner free which means you'll need to add a tuner to get over the air signals.
  
Bingo. Non-factor if you have cable or satellite TV, but if you want to use an antenna, these would need a separate tuner (plus another remote control).

If you are a cord cutter, or will possibly be one in near future, recommend getting a screen with a tuner. Generally if its called a TV or television, it has a tuner (worth verifying in spec sheet) and this is the most common configuration you'll find in stores. If it is called a display, monitor, or the more understandable "tuner-free display," it likely does NOT have a tuner. The tuner is often left out as many (most?) buyers never use it and it saves a few bucks during manufacture.



 

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jarfykk said:   
Grablife said:   Note all of these are turner free which means you'll need to add a tuner to get over the air signals.
  
Bingo. Non-factor if you have cable or satellite TV, but if you want to use an antenna, these would need a separate tuner (plus another remote control).

If you are a cord cutter, or will possibly be one in near future, recommend getting a screen with a tuner. Generally if its called a TV or television, it has a tuner (worth verifying in spec sheet) and this is the most common configuration you'll find in stores. If it is called a display, monitor, or the more understandable "tuner-free display," it likely does NOT have a tuner. The tuner is often left out as many (most?) buyers never use it and it saves a few bucks during manufacture.



 

  Also a non-factor with an OTA Tivo.  Or, if you're cheap (hey... you're on this site!) this is a not-bad-at-all ATSC tuner: https://www.amazon.com/ViewTV-AT-163-Digital-Converter-Player/dp...

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Redbeard25 said:   
jarfykk said:   
Grablife said:   Note all of these are turner free which means you'll need to add a tuner to get over the air signals.
  
Bingo. Non-factor if you have cable or satellite TV, but if you want to use an antenna, these would need a separate tuner (plus another remote control).

If you are a cord cutter, or will possibly be one in near future, recommend getting a screen with a tuner. Generally if its called a TV or television, it has a tuner (worth verifying in spec sheet) and this is the most common configuration you'll find in stores. If it is called a display, monitor, or the more understandable "tuner-free display," it likely does NOT have a tuner. The tuner is often left out as many (most?) buyers never use it and it saves a few bucks during manufacture.



 

  Also a non-factor with an OTA Tivo.  Or, if you're cheap (hey... you're on this site!) this is a not-bad-at-all ATSC tuner: https://www.amazon.com/ViewTV-AT-163-Digital-Converter-Player/dp/B00GGVPKKC

  Second that, if you are investing in a 70 inch tv and you plan to use OTA you are better off getting a tivo, tablo, homerun or other tiner/ dvr option.

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I wish it was the 80", I'd be in line right now.

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I'll rather pay a few extra buck and get a TV that can receive TV signal. Sorry, having to maintain another piece of equipment and remote control doesn't cut it if I'm spending close to $1,000 on a TV.

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