Everything must go. Save, save save. All sales final, everything even the fixtures, don't ask me questions, we're just the shell company hired to clear the store out to the bare bones, ya want it or not buddy. You know the drill. I was in our local Gregg yesterday to save 60% on a dryer, when I saw the back wall, where they demo'd all them fancy new teevees. Well, they USETA, because the ones they had left aren't quuiiiiite new now. But they were 55", 70", even an 85" UHD. Yeah, nothing left but the demo's, and who knows how long they've been on that back wall, blaring that Demo setting that you can see from the front door. But. 50...60...and if you wait 'em out and nobody else beats you to it...maybe 70% off. Do the math. You know the sets work (because they were demo-ing them); you just don't know how long. But, technology is pretty great these days. And they may not be the absolutely-latest models, but everything on that wall is probably better than whatever's in your rumpus room right now. And you know, if a man's got a big rumpus room, he's probably got a big...teevee. Don't think, "yeah it's on huge discount, but it's gonna go bad in 15 minutes. Think, "okay it's a risk, but..when else am I gonna be able to afford that big a screen, that big a step up from my Philco black-and-white, and for cryin' out loud, that television is screaming - CRYING! - for somebody to take it off "Demo" mode, and tweak it up for a crisp, lifelike picture that'll even have the dog staring at it for hours". And then there's that, "might be a 3D" thing. The fad is so over with retailers, they're taking it off the sale info and copy on the cartons now; you have to google a bit to discover if you're getting a recent-model tv with a new lease on that "Avatar/Hugo/Gravity" blu-ray back in the corner of your shelf and, if you've only seen that on a plasma set, you REALLY need to see how much the format has advanced since the public stopped looking at it. You owe it to yourself this weekend to visit a dying store, and find out whether you can afford to try your luck on a 70-inch set that looks gorgeous in the store, looks eye-popping when you look at the 50%-off sticker...and just happens to be one of those stealth-3D bargains nobody would have told you about unless you did your own homework. Bring your phone so you can research whatever model numbers are left on that back wall...and, so you can call a buddy to bring his truck over. And bring a blanket just in case.