Lastly - too many posters to mention everyone who posted with info on TV retailers. Thanks all.
I will look into ATL in MoBay and MegaMart. I already also familiar with Bashco, which I think might be a source - they show a TV in their online ad, but no prices.
I know there are big shopping malls in MoBay - that's what I think is my best bet. But if retailers pay the same duty on imports as we do - I am expecting prices to be more than double.
I am VERY familiar with Courts - not in a good way. (my fiance financed a refrigerator from them - ended up costing her about triple the purchase price if she had not financed) It is essentially a rent-to-own place and many Jamaicans end up stuck in financed hell - making payments and late fees on already over-priced goods way past their intended end-date.
They are the only source I could find with prices online. Their 32" TV is about $675US - more than double US prices. That's why I was hoping to bring one down, instead.
So with all the hassles I know would happen bringing down a TV - I'll even change my offer for lunch. I'll settle for even a not brand new TV or even not a flat-screen - just has to be a 30" or larger, "gently used" or new but with a mfg date in 2010 or later, with a good picture.
But I can't take "try StoreX", or "I heard about StoreY". I need someone to tell me they were in StoreZ and such-and-such Brand and Model# TV were there costing $Jxxx. (I know there is a Bashco in Sav)
But I don't think the price difference vs US is just $20US or so - I think it will $100's.
Or does anyone know how much the duty would be on a TV with a receipt showing it cost $300. My experience with electronics thru the JA Post Office Customs was duty was about 100% of item's value. That's why I was hoping to bring one in duty-free.