Yes! HH Gregg is my new favorite store to buy electronics. They will negotiate with everything they sell. Wth our tv we looked everywhere and ended up getting it for $1200-$1400 off list because we told them sears had the same brand but a different model(not as good as the one at HH Gregg) for less on sale. The salesperson went and talked to his manager and gave us the better one for less even than the sears price. it all reminded me of buyibg a car.
Found a 32" Panasonic online at some off beat NYC store. They had it $140 cheaper then HH Gregg. Went to look at it at Gregg just because no one else carried it our area and I wanted to see its picture. I had a copy of the website price, the salesman took it to the manager, they came back and knocked off $129. Even though I had to pay sales tax, I didn't have to pay freight. I bought it even though I did not intend to buy from them. Just saw the same TV on Amazon for $439, I got it at Gregg for $320. Yes it is like buying a car. Also goes to show the mark up on some items. They would not have sold it to me at a loss unless they thought I'd buy the warranty, which I did not.