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Is this a good price?

lincolnsmommy Avatar
6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
Found this on Argos and wondered if it was a good price as I'm after a new tele for my room

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago

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Not bad but you can do better for your money. I'll see if I can find a better deal. Gimme 10 mins.
not bat but I would go for this one

2'' smaller but £23 cheaper
Ok, I have found this one on Amazon. It is refurbished but it is a 32 inch Sony Bravia HD TV:

It also includes freeview. Refurbished doesn't mean second-hand. It simply means someone has ordered it and then changed their mind with 28 days. Comes with FULL warranty & 7 day money back guarantee.

EDIT: Actually, shipping is £27. Still a good deal though at £270 all inc. if your budget can stretch.
here we can do better but the screen will be smaller routine :roll:

It is not about the size! What is the point of your comment? :? Anyway I am just trying to help.

2'' less is not a noticeable difference.. £23 IS!

Alba x SAMSUNG ??

Definitely SAMSUNG !!
B Grade :roll:
£28 postage :roll:
Refurbished could mean its been returned and repaired :roll:

True, can't argue with that. But the 7 day money back guarantee is a sweetener. As is the warranty. Any standard TV only comes with a 12 month warranty anyway.
If you buy the Argos one, remember QUIDCO.
Wow thanks guys for your quick replies. I will check out those two other teles. My budget can stretch but I picked argos as I have an Argos card. Is there a better deal on Argos you think I should go for? I don't want to regret which one I get x rep left for you all
Whats quidco? I've heard people mention it. Does it cost?
Whats quidco? I've heard people mention it. Does it cost?

Quidco is a website that gets paid by retailers for sending them shoppers. What makes Quidco distinct is that all of this money is given back to us, the shoppers!

If you click on the Argos link through Quidco, then Quidco will give you cashback for a percentage of whatever you purchase on Argos.

Same applies to almost ALL retailers.

Might only save you a couple of quid, but thats better than nothing.
If your near a richer sounds then I would go check out what they have. They sometimes have local deals that are pretty good.

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