^^ This, unless you already have it.
A 42" LED goes for around US$1,000 in SD. If you ship it from abroad, it's probably going to cost you at least $200 in taxes, plus shipping, plus no warranty, plus the risk of DOA.
Do you happen to know who provides service on behalf of Best Buy in RD? That information could make a difference.Best Buy is providing now extended warranties on your purchase that will be sent to the DR.
I already bought some stuff, including a large screen TV that was sent to DR with said extended international warranty coverage from Best Buy.
Do you happen to know who provides service on behalf of Best Buy in RD? That information could make a difference.
That should be Americana (The hardware store)I purchased a 42" last year from American for 750.00 USD. Within a month the vertical motor in went and the TV was toast. I called American and it took about 10 days but they did give me another brand new TV under warranty. For the couple of bucks you might save up front I would suggest you buy electronics locally.
Hope this helps
Is there a God ??
That is another frequently asked question.
Strap the TV to the wing.... ask the airline first, then book a 'wingside' seat...
Or better yet, buy a 39" 4k TV for $699 and make it worth the door to door charge. After all you don't need to disclose the brand/tech but the size of the screen and if used or new.
Seiki 39" Class 4K 120Hz LED Ultra HDTV - SE39UY04 ENERGY STAR? - TVs & Electronics - Televisions - All Flat Panel TVs
Yup. Sometimes we do the Business Class on AA on the way down. Allows 3 suitcases each, so 6 instead of 2. Then we fly back coach [we try to nest the extra bags inside the bigger suitcases]. Sometimes I find nice big suitcases at yard sales/flea markets for a few dollars, then we just give them to the maid or caretaker to give away.Before you pay for the extra bags, ask about a first class upgrade.....
not much more $$$ , more free bags and heavier bags allowed.
and free food & drinks !!