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SEARS (4AM-9AM)
$478 Panasonic Viera 37" LCD (1080p)

PITUSA (6AM-2PM)
$488 LG 42" (1080p) [42LD450]

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Sears is way more popular so I guess there will be more attendants, and it

will most likely have more stock.

Take into account that when Pitusa opens, Sears will already be opened for

bout 2 hours (maybe the tvs will be sold out by then or low stock?)

Pitusa might not get too crowded but there will be maybe about 5-15 LGs per

store?

Should I go Sears early and buy the Panasonic or should I wait and go Pitusa

first and if out of stock rush to Sears?

PS: NO online links thanks!
 

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Without knowing the model # of the Panasonic, it's difficult to compare features. But for an extra $10, you're gaining 5" of screen real estate. Unless there's a feature of the Panny you specifically want/need, I say for the larger TV - assuming it's a suitable size for your viewing area.
 

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Neither. Figure out what size you need first, then decide. Why those models? Because they are cheap? Rest assured, three to six months from now, they'll be cheaper. LG gives you a bigger screen for less money for a reason.

Why rush out and buy a product that you will have for ten or fifteen years?
 

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Um, I just have $500 bucks at the moment, you suggest me wait for later?

Also I'm not planning on spend more than $500 on a tv
 

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They are probably both a decent TV for the price. Why not look for reviews with Google by typing in "<model number> reviews"? At this price range, I would be concerned about reliability more than anything else.
 
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