10 Worst Mistakes People Make When Buying a TV

6. Buying an extended warranty

A pile of burning money

Extended warranties are rarely worth the price | NRCC

Buying extended warranties on most items is a bad idea. So unless you have raucous kids who are prone to damaging property, or you live in an area bedeviled by giant earthquakes, you probably don’t need an extended warranty on your TV. Today’s televisions last many years under normal use, so you’re probably better off saving your money.

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