HDTV deals may soon be gone | News
By Cyreia Sandlin
If you plan on buying a new HDTV for a bargain price, you might want to hurry before those deals disappear.
According to Consumer Reports, several companies are getting rid of MAP, better known as Minimum Advertising Pricing. This is the process by which retailers advertise and sell TVs for lower prices than the manufacturer has set.
Reports say starting April 1, Samsung and Sony will start using the Unilateral Pricing Policy. This means a store can be penalized by selling TVs for less, and the manufacturer could even cut off supply.
To read the Consumer Reports article in full, click here.
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