For Sale Brand New Samsung 40" LCD (4081f)
Well I sort of impulse bought this, and now I'm regretting throwing down the 3k for this! This is an amazing TV but I'm just a really broke college student now. This TV just hit the market last weekend and isn't too easy for some people to find so I thought I'd put it up here. I know it's hellla expensive and probably wont get a great response on here but it's worth a shot.
If you haven't heard about it read this
Asking $2800 with free shipping. I know its not much of a deal, but at 8.25% tax was over $200! There are no dead pixels or any other defects.
Hate to break it to you, but that's pretty much the cost of it brand new, unopened bought from a big-name electronics store. Plus, you have 0 Karma, 0 TR and this is your first post. Don't expect anyone to even give you the time of day. Sorry.
I'll buy it if you ship first.
Yeah I was just searching around for forums that let you post for sale stuff because most don't allow it. Buying at 3000 saves you $247.50 at 8.25% sales tax. I figured it was worth a shot. I can send pics of the TV in my room if anyone wants to see them. I'll bring it down to $2800 so that's over $400 savings for most people.
If you just bought it recently why not just return it to the store???
Yeah i could do that, but then the store would lose out a little bit and this really ain't too shabby of a deal so I was thinking someone might be interested.
[quote17122d35e7="zorostang"]Yeah i could do that, but then the store would lose out a little bit and this really ain't too shabby of a deal so I was thinking someone might be interested.[/quote17122d35e7]
why would you care about the store? Where do you live...maybe I can pick it up...
lol they were nice, and the guy that sold it to me was probably a poor college student like me and probably got a little commission. I work in retail and getting decommissioned pisses me off! I'm in the chicago land area.
So you would rather lose like $200 off what you paid than have some guy at the store possibly lose a few dollars in commission? I would just return it if I really didn't want the thing anymore.
Yeah, if you really felt bad about decommissioning the guy who sold it to you, then why not just return it, and pay for the poor guy's commission of a few dollars. Win-win situation, since you don't seem to mind losing $200 (Plus add in the shipping costs that would come out of your own pocket)?