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Where should i buy my new tv from?

lincolnsmommy Avatar
6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
I'm after a new tv. i want a 32" or above with built in dvd is possible but isnt a main requirment. I dont want to pay the earth for it, i only want it to watch dvds on.

problem is i dont have the cash for one so need a store card to buy one. I have an argos store card but i cant find a good enough deal on there at the moment (£350 limit on the card)

Should i get a store card from somewhere else with better deals? if yes which store?

thanks
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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banned#1
Tesco

BNPL
#2
I would NEVER buy anything with a store card but if it was my only option I would make sure I had the funds to clear balance before any interest free period ended
#3
bossyboots
I would NEVER buy anything with a store card but if it was my only option I would make sure I had the funds to clear balance before any interest free period ended


thats what im hoping to do. pay as much as i cn each month in the 0% they offer for 6 months x
#4
lincolnsmommy
thats what im hoping to do. pay as much as i cn each month in the 0% they offer for 6 months x


have u had a look over the deals section - always some fab tv deals posted there

Good luck:thumbsup:
#5
DLM
Tesco

BNPL


i looked at tesco but cant find any good offers? x
both repped x
banned#6
lincolnsmommy
i looked at tesco but cant find any good offers? x


Try M&S

They do a store card.

Also try Very.com for 3 payment option.
banned#7
FS/FT forum always does used tv's nice and cheap, quite a bit below your £350 price bracket. Some shops on ebay sell tv's cheap as well. 720p doesn't cost a lot, and if your only watching films probably wouldn't matter, unless of course it's blu-ray. All depends how often and what you use it for.
#8
DLM
Tesco

BNP


wut?...:p
#9
only normal dvds i watch. just for after work when i chill out in my room lol
banned#10
numptyj
wut?...:p


This:-

http://direct.tesco.com/p/inc/bnpl/default.asp:p:santa:
#11
bossyboots
I would NEVER buy anything with a store card but if it was my only option I would make sure I had the funds to clear balance before any interest free period ended


argos sony brand new model 32 inch built in freeview hd and an award winning blu ray player is free

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5296118/Trail/searchtext%3ESONY.htm
banned#12
bossyboots;8280470
I would NEVER buy anything with a store card but if it was my only option I would make sure I had the funds to clear balance before any interest free period ended

lol,not everybody stays in upper clydebank bossy.................................................................................................................................................................kidding pal:-D

i mean what about the peasants in drumchapel.....................
#13
tradeingplaces45
argos sony brand new model 32 inch built in freeview hd and an award winning blu ray player is free

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5296118/Trail/searchtext%3ESONY.htm


out of my price range im afraid
#14
At the moment on amazon you buy a product get one of there credit cards which you use straight away. they give you £15 off your purchase & it is 9 months interest free. i think they sell tv's

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