Also, they are offering $100 Geek Squad TV Setup with purchase of a TV.
To get the deal, follow their instructions by adding a TV to your cart, then add a $150 Geek Squad TV Connect & Setup, and you'll get $50 off.
Note, the setup includes TV plugin, calibration, and connecting Blu-Ray players, cable/satellite boxes, and media streaming players.
It does not include mounting the TV on a wall.
- 50" 1080p TV for $280 (expired: price raised to $300)
Insignia 50-inch LED-backlit LCD 1080p HDTV for $280 today.
Normally, a 50-inch TV sells for at least $350.
1080p is being phased out on 50+ inch TVs, because manufacturers can sell 4K (2160p) screens at higher prices.
4K screens have more of a "wow" appeal when looking at the picture quality close-up, but most people do not watch TV close-up.
There is a chart in Section 2 of a Cnet article that insists viewers would need to be 5-feet from a 50-inch screen to notice the difference between 1080p and 4K.
Plus, most people do not have 4K video to play on their TV (most cable services provide 1080p video).
So, if you're looking for a deal on a big screen TV today, this is a great price on a 50" TV with good reviews.