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32 inch hd tv can anyone beat the price

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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
My friend just bought this tv from the link and got it the next day ---£478.02
http://thelink.pan.e-merchant.com/grafx/images/photos/2/9/142692/xl_142692.jpg

I really want it but its quite expensive to buy for me and i was wondering if the tv can be bought with a better spec or a better price
http://www.thelink.co.uk/hi-tech/142692/samsung-r88-32-inch-hd-lcd-le32r88bd.html#

I really want a 37 or 42 inch tv but my budgets £500
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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
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#1
I think you if you got a 37/42 with your budget it would cheap and not a good brand/quality telly.

I have found the previous model of your TV (tell me if you think the spec is different, I think its just a number increment) for £499.99 BUT with 5 years warranty.

John Lewis Store: Samsung LE32R87BDX LCD HD Ready Digital Television, 32 Inch @ £649.

They price match empire direct. The above model is £499.99.

You get to keep John Lewis' standard 5 year warranty all televisions.

I just think its worth the extra £30 - their customer service is excellent.

Good luck anyway, your price is good and can't see you doing better for price.

I got a tosh about 4 months ago for £450, the model has gone now off John Lewis. I did the price match route with JL.

PS You must collect at your local store to avoid delivery charge (as they price match empire's not free delivery charge :) )
#2
greyster
I think you if you got a 37/42 with your budget it would cheap and not a good brand/quality telly.

I have found the previous model of your TV (tell me if you think the spec is different, I think its just a number increment) for £499.99 BUT with 5 years warranty.

John Lewis Store: Samsung LE32R87BDX LCD HD Ready Digital Television, 32 Inch @ £649.

They price match empire direct. The above model is £499.99.

You get to keep John Lewis' standard 5 year warranty all televisions.

I just think its worth the extra £30 - their customer service is excellent.

Good luck anyway, your price is good and can't see you doing better for price.

I got a tosh about 4 months ago for £450, the model has gone now off John Lewis. I did the price match route with JL.

PS You must collect at your local store to avoid delivery charge (as they price match empire's not free delivery charge :) )

Hmmm i
Not really a price beat
But thanks anyways

How does the price match work - usually if it doesnt break in the first year i find its fine
#3
depends...

look up how much a 5 year warranty is on any site, and tell me if you find one for below £250.

Also... you are right technically its not a price beat but it breaks you are wrong :)
#4
eBuyer have a Hanspree 32" HDTV for £300 delivered. If you're not desperate though, I'd hang on for a few more months. Prices are still decreasing at a rate of about £2 a day, so by my reckoning, you'll either be able to get that for free in six months time, or buy a 40" for the same money by January..
#5
Its a risk you have to take.

I'm sure most peoples TVs are fine. However TVs are not built like they used to. Things do break and you need to weigh up the risk of it breaking.

If the TV breaks after 1 year, the cost is not cheap. You have to pay people just to look at your TV.

I am a John Lewis fan boy though - I just think 5 year warranty on a price match is very good of them.

You need to phone the store and say you want a price match. They will not price match sites but empiredirect is a shop also, so they will price match.
#6
dxx
eBuyer have a Hanspree 32" HDTV for £300 delivered. If you're not desperate though, I'd hang on for a few more months. Prices are still decreasing at a rate of about £2 a day, so by my reckoning, you'll either be able to get that for free in six months time, or buy a 40" for the same money by January..

Only wanted a samsung one - you think it will be cheaper in a few months ?
I wouldnt mind a 37inch for the same price but i wouldnt think a 42 would drop so low
#7
dandoc2
Only wanted a samsung one - you think it will be cheaper in a few months ?
I wouldnt mind a 37inch for the same price but i wouldnt think a 42 would drop so low


I would beg to differ. All technology decreases but not that fast.

There is never a good time to buy when it comes to cars or technology. You just need to find the best deal.
#8
dxx
eBuyer have a Hanspree 32" HDTV for £300 delivered. If you're not desperate though, I'd hang on for a few more months. Prices are still decreasing at a rate of about £2 a day, so by my reckoning, you'll either be able to get that for free in six months time, or buy a 40" for the same money by January..


Hi i bought this TV but i got mine from

http://www.teleland.co.uk/item--Hannspree-32-LCD-HD-TV--HannspreeXV32.html

I payed £309.95 with a 5 Year warranty, at present it is £312.95 with 5 year warranty if you keep checking the website they sometimes have weekend specials and drop the price again, if you do get this one make sure it's the E2 as that has 1200:1 contrast and 2 HDMI sockets, its also HD ready upto 1080i, excellent for Xbox 360.
#9
dandoc2
Only wanted a samsung one - you think it will be cheaper in a few months ?
I wouldnt mind a 37inch for the same price but i wouldnt think a 42 would drop so low


To be fair, maybe not a 42" for £300, but the decrease in prices is going very quickly. 40" Samsungs have, for example, shed around £400 since their January price, 40" 1080 TVs around £600, and, although admittedly my test sample isn't especially comprehensive, it should give you an idea of how quickly prices are dropping. Seriously, hang on for a bit longer, and you'll be able to get yourself something several inches larger than your mate's, and for less money.

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