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Costco Price Update - TVs (May 31, 2012)

Samsung E550   WIFI 51" Plasma 1080P Full HD 3D TV - $879.99
Samsung ES6200 WIFI 46" LED 100Hz 1080P Full HD 3D TV - $1399.99
Samsung EH6000 60" LED 100Hz 1080P Full HD TV - $1999.99
Samsung ES7500 WIFI/Skype 46" LED 200Hz 1080P Full HD 3D TV - $2349.99
Samsung ES7500 WIFI/Skype 55" LED 200Hz 1080P Full HD 3D TV - $3099.99
Samsung E8000  WIFI/Skype 64" Plasma 1080P Full HD 3D TV - $3199.99
Samsung ES8000 WIFI/Skype 55" LED 200Hz 1080P Full HD 3D TV - $3599.99

Sony BRAVIA HX750 WIFI 46" LED 200Hz 1080P Full HD 3D TV - $2099.99
Sony BRAVIA HX925 WIFI/Skype 55" LED 200Hz 1080P Full HD 3D TV - $2899.99

Panasonic VIERA DT30 WIFI 37" LED 200Hz 1080P Full HD TV - $1099.97
Panasonic VIERA VT30 WIFI 50" Neo Plasma 1080P Full HD THX 3D TV - $1349.96
Panasonic VIERA ET5  WIFI 55" LED 100Hz 1080P Full HD Passive 3D TV - $1899.99
Panasonic VIERA ST50 WIFI 60" Plasma 1080P Full HD 3D TV - $2249.98

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  1. Panasonic 60" ST50 can be had for $2149 shipped at eljo, does this price includes shipping?

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    1. No. You have to purchase it in person at Costco and carry it home.

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  2. Is Samsung ES6200 40" is stock at Docklands?

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  3. Keep an eye on 'Loaded Trolley' for prices and comparisons of products at Costco and comparisons to other retailers.

    http://loadedtrolley.com.au/

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