This Giant 3D Plasma TV Is Your Deal of the Day

2013 is shaping up to be a big year for big televisions, and that means last year's models are going to be dropping in price to make way for new OLED and 4K TVs. Like this 64-inch 3D Samsung plasma set that got a $350 price cut this past week.

The PN64E550 is Samsung's "budget" 64-inch plasma, but for most folks, it will be more than enough TV. It's got everything you want from a furniture-like investment: it's an active-3D set, it has Samsung's smart functionality, and it sports a slim tasteful bezel that'll look good for years to come. Its MSRP is $2800—although TVs never retail at MSRP—but most other places are still charging $2000. At Amazon, it's $1650 with free shipping. Looks like you're going to need a bigger living room. [Amazon]

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