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The SEC Championship and NFL Super Bowl Are Coming, Save Big on Roku Smart Plasma Led TV's at Amazon

Updated on September 4, 2019
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Kenneth is a rural citizen of Hamilton, Ala., and has begun to observe life and certain things and people helping him to write about them.

There Was a Time Not

too long ago when I, like other football fans, and I mean the “serious-minded” football fans, had to settle with whatever TV’s were being sold at local retail stores located in my hometown of Hamilton, Ala,, as well as the electronics store located in Florence, Ala., and upon arriving at these stores, I sometimes just told the salesperson that his price was a bit too high, he just smiled and did not offer to do anything good to help me. To me, that is just wrong. And I speak from the year o 1976.

But you can believe me or not, I had to suffer with used TV’s that a local clothier sold me with the scratched cabinet, sometimes-blurry picture, and just praying that my only few cable channels would come on just in time for my buddies and I could meet at one of our homes and watch the College Game of The Week or on Sunday’s NFL Game of The Week. In short, we all were “gluttons” when it came to watching football. Some of our wives did learn what to watch while other wives’ only thoughts were keeping themselves feminine and looking pretty—not taking one minute to see what “we” saw in football.

I know that I sound like a movie script, but time went by and I gave up on ever being able to not only own a quality television with quality workmanship that would entertain us “football freaks” for many years to come. My wife and I set out to find such a TV. We drove to Tupelo, Miss., that is in west of Alabama, and we spent most of a Saturday and failed to find any store that could fill my need for a quality, well-built TV that would last more than a few years before problems began to surface.

Then One Happy Day

we were driving after work to find a great place to eat. We found a great steak restaurant in our area and upon finding wonderful food, we ran into two people, a man and his wife, who got to talking to us about where we lived, what we did for a living, and other small talk. But when I mentioned that we were in the market for a great TV that was built so good that we could sit around with our friends and watch the TV from Amazon and I will tell anyone that the . . .

TCL 32S327 32-Inch 1080p Roku Smart LED TV (2018 Model)

And I also learned that the Roku Smart LED TV is one of America’s best-built TV’s inside and out.

List Price $189.99 Your Price $139.99 & FREE Shipping Details

and FREE Returns!

you cannot beat this deal for the product or the price. And you are saving $50.00 that you can use to take the wife out to dinner to celebrate getting such a fine TV purchase from Amazon, the company who not only stocks the Best products, but Sells the Best products and Savings in what Amazon is all about.

Are Roku Plasma TV’s Any Good

I can tell you that Roku TV delivers the best smart TV experience on the market, with a simple, responsive user interface, thousands of apps and constant feature upgrades. The Bad It has worse picture than Vizio's E series TVs. 4K resolution and HDR don't deliver a substantial improvement in image quality. What more could a “football freak” like myself ask for?

© 2019 Kenneth Avery


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