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Lots of interesting things this year as well!

Amazon is rumored to sell a set-up box this holiday season. Apple is supposedly coming up with a smartwatch and a TV of their own. There's also new generation of xbox / playstation that is becoming more of an overall entertainment system rather than just a gaming console.

 

Lots of things to spend money on this holiday season, which means another app spree for those sign-up bonuses <_<

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BearsAndTurtlesRtheBest wrote:

Wow I also just noticed that its APR is 29.99% "GINKIES!! said Velma" Its all good if you pay it full when purchasing something like the XBR 4K Ultra HD TV Series:smileytongue:

By the way this is the new TV im talking about :https://store.sony.com/c/S_4KTV/en/c/S_4KTV


That is my next TV. Looked at it last night, either going to get it from BB or Amazon in January. LOVE Sony products!!!




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@LS2982 If you can afford it go for it! 

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and yeah lately ive been hooked with SONY products and Apple. They come up with awesome ideas.

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Yea as soon as I have my debt paid im going to get the 5K one with 24 month 0%.




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Lucky! Thats awesome! and thinking about it $5.5k can be paid with 24 months Not that bad

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BearsAndTurtlesRtheBest wrote:

Lucky! Thats awesome! and thinking about it $5.5k can be paid with 24 months Not that bad


It Is one bad ass TV!!! Cant wait to hang it In my L/R!!! 

 

Need to search a nice surround sound system.




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Oh man!!! Its gonna be worth it! and dont forget to invite your whole neighbor hood to come watch the news. :smileywink:

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