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EXPIRED: Insignia NS-39D400NA14 39-inch 1080p LED HDTV

This deal expired Jul 24.
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39.0" Display - 1080p - 2 HDMI Ports - LED-LCD - 60Hz
Insignia NS-39D400NA14 39-inch 1080p LED HDTV
list price:$329.99
Best Buy$229.99
expiredJul 24
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  • Daniel Brasher
    Daniel Brasher posted thisJul 24, 2014

    If you're looking for a cheap reasonably sized barebones LED TV, they don't get much cheaper than this Insignia (Best Buy brand) set. Today it hit a new all-time low by $20, and 96% would recommend to a friend after over a thousand reviews.

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The average price for this deal since released is $259.99. Lowest historic price was $229.99 on Jul 24, 2014 at Best Buy.

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  • Michael Tibi
    Michael TibiMay 21, 2014when the price was $249.99

    Well, HDTVs don't get any cheaper than this. Insignia's 39-inch Full HD LED HDTV is only $250 at Best Buy. It ties the cheapest price ever for this particular model. 96% of Best Buy reviewers are willing to recommend it to a friend.

  • Daniel Brasher
    Daniel BrasherMay 05, 2014when the price was $249.99

    Today's price on this well-reviewed Insignia 39-inch LED TV ties the cheapest we've seen. After over 1,500 reviewers, 96% would recommend this set to a friend. Just add a Roku or recent Blu-ray player for Smart TV capability.

  • Mike Paddock
    Mike PaddockNov 11, 2013when the price was $269.99

    Insignia is one of those "get-cha by" brands. No super fancy Wifi Smart technology on this 39-incher, but if you've already got a Roku or modern gaming system do you really need all those other gizmos found on $1,000+ sets? At $270 this model is at its lowest price ever by $30.

  • Daniel Brasher
    Daniel BrasherSep 13, 2013when the price was $299.99

    Looking for a cheap, moderately sized HDTV with good reviews? This Best Buy brand set is recommended by a remarkable 97% of reviewers. It doesn't have Internet connectivity built in, but that's easy to add with a streaming stick or other device, and it's even MHL enabled if you want to stream from an enabled phone or tablet. No next best price since it's a store brand, but for what you get, $300 is incredibly reasonable.

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