If you're not in a major rush, AND you don't mind open box, AND you're in an area with a few Sears - I would suggest scouting Searsoutlet.com for a bit. Last year I was able to pick up a 55" Samsung 3D LED (UN55C7000) for $855.99 out the door (all taxes, etc). The only catch is that I had to drive ~40 miles to pick it up from the Sears that was selling it. Now I think I probably got a little lucky to find one that cheap, and I know you're not looking for a TV that big, or that expensive; but they still have similarly good deals on smaller less expensive sets too.
And your timing is right, since it's March/April that they are phasing out the previous model year (2011's) and shipping the new ones (2012's).
The biggest catch is if you mind buying open box - then this definitely isn't for you. But if you're diligent, it can be great savings. Just make sure you call the Sears before buying it on the site. Call and ask to speak with someone about the TV. Explain you found it on Sears Outlet.com, and it's from their store (they usually know what you're talking about). Then just make sure there are no scratches, scuffs, etc - and verify all accessories are with it (power cord, remote, base/stand). Mind didn't come with a remote or stand (probably another reason it was so cheap) - but I didn't care since I was using the Harmony and wall mounting it anyway. Mine also came with a 15-month Samsung manufacturer's warranty (I registered it to verify that), plus another year after that through my CC. A lot of the ones at Sears are just floor models they are liquidating, but some are returns.
Also, you may want to check out Sams Club or Costco as a few others have mentioned. I think they have open box sections there too (although, those may go to their auction sites now; at least for Sams). Who knows. Anyway, good luck.
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