Retail giant Target has announced a new program for electronics customers. Target will now deliver and install TVs starting at $99. The new shipping and installation services will be in place in time for buyers shopping for sets for the Super Bowl.
Target stores are partnering with Zip Express Installation with 16,000 stores across the nation. The service will include delivery, setup, installation, and training on the new TV. On-wall installations will start at $199.
The company will take your old set and recycle it for $50. In addition to TVs the service will also setup game consoles for $99 and home wireless networks for $99. It seems like setting up a game console should be cheaper than a wireless network. Target is also launching a wireless phone service called BullseyeMobile Solutions in 100 of its stores around the country.
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