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Discussion in 'Televisions' started by richymac, Apr 8, 2006.

  1. aabbccdd

    aabbccdd Guest

    you better check circuit City again , it was 2399.00 last sat. night in there
  2. ChiknLitl

    ChiknLitl Regular member

    Oct 25, 2005
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    Gus- "well your right and wrong but mostly wrong .... ok price dropping affects warranty cost ? yes thats the only right you got correct
    money making for retailers? no why? simple again you rather spent more then 500 bucks again for a new tv when the 500 could of get you a replacement tv of same value that you paid for ?"

    So do you think they sell these warranties, and often a hard sell or "push" sale, because they LOSE money on them or just as a customer service? The retailers are in business to MAKE money.
    Last edited: Nov 29, 2006
  3. gus738

    gus738 Guest

    they are to make money but the fact is any store is soposably returnabla items just like costco with the only diffrense that costco has the warranty attach to it for life as where cc bb and other retailers do their buisness and charge 500 for something they dont need to . what im trying to say is that every company has a contract with the company that made the tv and they get their deals from cc to sony and what ever cc makes on the side ie warranty charge 500 when costco chages none and its for life while cc limits up to 5 yrs that service well their my friend is where they are making the extra buisness.....

    all companies have a sort of deal to the manafatures of the tv companys sony toshiba rca etc etc think about it ..... theirs 90% no loss as were if 10% is a considerd lost i mean i think of it as a 99% no loss and that 1% being that a tv survies that long but im like " oh well atlest i had peace of mind no worries throught the years"

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