Costco Costco.ca: Hisense 55" 4K HDR Roku Smart LED TV $474.99 with Masterpass Get a Hisense 55" 4K Roku Smart LED TV for $475!

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Watch your favourite movies, live sports or multiple binges of The Office with this deal from Costco.ca, because you can get a Hisense 55" 4K HDR Roku Smart LED TV for $474.99 with free shipping!

The Costco.ca list price is $499.99, but you can take $25.00 off by using Masterpass during your checkout.

This TV was listed at $699.99 last week and is an excellent value for a 4K HDR TV, especially with built-in Roku functionality, which lets you install apps from a variety of content providers like Netflix and Spotify natively on the TV. For comparison, a similar Sharp 55" 4K HDR Roku TV is currently $539.98 at Best Buy. Product features include:

  • Resolution: 3480 x 2160
  • Refresh rate: 60 Hz
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • Inputs: 3 x HDMI, 1 x USB, 1 x RF, 1 x Composite video
  • Outputs: 1 x Audio, 1 x Digital audio (optical)

This offer is available for a limited time only and a Costco membership is not required to shop online. Shipping fees are included in the list price and this TV is only available while supplies last, so get one before stock is gone!

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    • called and got mine price adjusted, plus went through with an online exchange request. my 55" i purchased october 21st developed a vertical band of aqua (same colour as the default hisense roku background) about 1 pixel width after a couple weeks of sporadic use. but otherwise i've been happy with the tv and it probably beats the bestbuy 55" sharp from last week.
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    • Can anyone comment on this TV compared to the $599.99 50" Samsung that Best Buy has up for sale on black friday?
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    • Is this sale or now regular price? I would trust this over the heir tv any day
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    • MoriorInvictis wrote:
      Nov 21st, 2017 1:04 am
      Can anyone comment on this TV compared to the $599.99 50" Samsung that Best Buy has up for sale on black friday?
      Go for this one. Reviews from posters have been solid. I was gonna get the samsung for ps4 pro but found out the panel doesnt have hdr10. Might as well save the money and get the 5 yr warranty instead
      83trekker wrote:
      Nov 21st, 2017 1:24 am
      Is this sale or now regular price? I would trust this over the heir tv any day
      Sale . Regular was 699
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    • this looks like the new regular price, the 65" dropped to $849 as well
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    • I have a Hisense Roku 48" I bought for $330 last March. Another RFD from The Source. It's a great TV overall just not 4k. I don't use Roku that often but I have roughly 40 channels added that provide an endless amount of content. My primary source is OptikTV and I also have a cheap antenna for OTA. I don't use it as my main TV but for the price you can't go wrong with this brand.
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    • MoriorInvictis wrote:
      Nov 21st, 2017 1:04 am
      Can anyone comment on this TV compared to the $599.99 50" Samsung that Best Buy has up for sale on black friday?
      If you are paying $600 for 50" you might want to consider paying $700 for 55".
      WM has Samsung , LG and Vizio all 55" 4K HDR10 for $700 (would recommend the Vizio for their black engine).

      Edit: RCSS will have the LG for $700 taxes in (so effectively $620).
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    • aasoror wrote:
      Nov 21st, 2017 2:21 am
      Sharp is made by Hisense, so no, it would have probably developed some odd issue couple of weeks into ownership as well ;).

      http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-40246908
      It was probably more so the fact that UPS delivered it, than the TV itself. I was more referring to the cheaper cost and the fact Costco is pretty good with returns/exchanges + extended warranties for essentially the same TV.
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    • aasoror wrote:
      Nov 21st, 2017 2:32 am
      WM has Samsung , LG and Vizio all 55" 4K HDR10 for $700 (would recommend the Vizio for their black engine).
      Is this true though? From what I've heard the Samsung might as well have no HDR, LG are crap unless they are OLED, and haven't heard much about the Vizio except that anything smaller than the 60" on the E series are not great. I guess out of the 3 I'd go for the Vizio.
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    • aasoror wrote:
      Nov 21st, 2017 2:32 am
      If you are paying $600 for 50" you might want to consider paying $700 for 55".
      WM has Samsung , LG and Vizio all 55" 4K HDR10 for $700 (would recommend the Vizio for their black engine).

      Edit: RCSS will have the LG for $700 taxes in (so effectively $620).
      I need a tv for the ps4 pro. Which Samsung model. The only legit True hdr10 tv for 700$ is the tcl p607 I think
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    • will this tv run Plex properly?
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    • Is this okay for gaming? Just a regular ps4.
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    • I got one yesterday and It had big issus, backlight bleeding in the center of the screen and I cant get it to display 4K the TV turn all snowy as soon as I put a 4K movie from computer and the integrated netflix is not in 4k
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    • I want a 40" 4k for around 300. too many 49+" :(
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    • Sgdl87 wrote:
      Nov 21st, 2017 7:26 am
      I got one yesterday and It had big issus, backlight bleeding in the center of the screen and I cant get it to display 4K the TV turn all snowy as soon as I put a 4K movie from computer and the integrated netflix is not in 4k
      seems like these Hisense will have early production run issues like the Haiers ?
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    • What do you guys think, this or the LG 55UJ6200 at RCSS for $699.99 no tax? I know the warranty and return will be better at Costco for the Hisense, but do you think the picture quality of the LG is better or worth the $100 more without added warranty?
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    • Armani18J wrote:
      Nov 21st, 2017 8:41 am
      What do you guys think, this or the LG 55UJ6200 at RCSS for $699.99 no tax? I know the warranty and return will be better at Costco for the Hisense, but do you think the picture quality of the LG is better or worth the $100 more without added warranty?
      No guarantees that the LG will look any better. These are low low tier TVs, so even a Sony or Samsung low tier TV will have similar picture quality. Reviews are lacking since these are pretty disposable TVs. Best to just choose whats cheaper and be happy with not knowing about true HDR and 4K upscaling.
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