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42" HD READY + FREEVIEW LG TV FOR £370.00!!!!!!!!

£370.00 @ Very
RIGHT U UGLY LOT, HAVE JUST BEEN ON TOPCASHBACK.CO.UK, NOW IF U LOOK UP VERY.CO.UK, THEN CLICK THIS LINK http://www.very.co.uk/rf/vry/p.do/42ins-hd-45-ready-freeview-plasma-tv-42pq3000?Ns=prod_in_s… Read More
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
RIGHT U UGLY LOT, HAVE JUST BEEN ON TOPCASHBACK.CO.UK, NOW IF U LOOK UP VERY.CO.UK, THEN CLICK THIS LINK

http://www.very.co.uk/rf/vry/p.do/42ins-hd-45-ready-freeview-plasma-tv-42pq3000?Ns=prod_in_stock|1||prod_min_base_price|1||scu_id|1&Nao=12&groupId=672886130&Nu=this_product&SNtk=&Np=1&SN=4294884142&Ntt=672886130&D=672886130&Ntk=group_search&Dx=mode%2bmatchall&thisprod=573385081&N=4294884142&Nty=1&Mis_item_id=15&Mis_item_loc_id=1&product=573385081&phsView=G&pageSize=12&selectedImg=A011_SP285_07_PY581.jpg

THEN ADD THESE DISCOUNT CODES XX945 (20% off and then add XX728 (free delivery)

THE NORMAL PRICE IS £499, DISCOUNTED DOWN TO £399.20, U THEN IF U SIGN UP WITH TOPCASHBACK.CO.UK GET 9% BACK ON THE ORIGINAL PRICE, BRING THE COST DOWN TO £369.87.

I HAVE USED THESE TO BUY THIS TV IT IS NOW THE TV I AM WATCHING IN MY LIVING ROOM, WHAT A BARGIN!!!!
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1 Like #1
do you really need to shout and be obscene? and ps its bargain :)
#2
'Very' again, not a bad price though :?
#3
Buy now pay feb 2011 for customers too.

Very are known to reject codes after its too late to return the item, and insist on the money. Never happened to me though.
:thumbsup:
#4
The "buy now pay Feb 2011" is a really bad option as the APR is nearly 40%
#5
alexwalker_uk
The "buy now pay Feb 2011" is a really bad option as the APR is nearly 40%

do what i do and set up a dd between now and then and when the time comes its already paid for :thumbsup:
suspended#6
Im not ugly :-(
#7
Starr
Im not ugly :-(

neither am i :oops:
#8
alexwalker_uk
The "buy now pay Feb 2011" is a really bad option as the APR is nearly 40%


Not if you pay in January 2011. Thats 0% APR for 13 months - beats paying cash now.
1 Like #9
Starr
Im not ugly :-(


wulshaz
neither am i :oops:


I am ;-)
#10
TECHSPEC
I am ;-):oops::x

pics to prove :-D
#11
This TV is NOT full HD. It's resolution is only 1024 x 768 :?

If you're going to invest in a new LCD or Plasma TV, you should be looking for one with a 1080p resolution, not 768.

I'm sure it's still a great TV, but if you have HD channels and/or watch HD movies, you'd be a fool to buy this set IMHO.

I would spend £100 more and buy the LG LH3000 LCD model, which is Full HD 1080p.
#12
wulshaz
pics to prove :-D


Havent got any. Even when i was a child i was too ugly to photo :x

As for the TV, already got a 32" LCD/DVD with PVR (£200) this week, and the 37" Panasonic plasma (£355), so think thats enough. After all, i do live on my own (cos of the ugly thing).

No more TV's for me :)
#13
alexwalker_uk
The "buy now pay Feb 2011" is a really bad option as the APR is nearly 40%


OMG - didnt know interest was that high!! I bought a TV BNPL and it due Feb 2010!
#14
griffinm7
This TV is NOT full HD. It's resolution is only 1024 x 768 :?

If you're going to invest in a new LCD or Plasma TV, you should be looking for one with a 1080p resolution, not 768.

I'm sure it's still a great TV, but if you have HD channels and/or watch HD movies, you'd be a fool to buy this set IMHO.

I would spend £100 more and buy the LG LH3000 LCD model, which is Full HD 1080p.


Yawn...

there is more to good picture quality than just the number of pixels

broadcast HDTV isn't 1080p either....the only real source material people are likely to watch that is 1080p is bluRay and even then at most people's viewing distance they won't see the extra pixels ;)

A goog quality 720p panel will still look good with HD material and many of the best Pioneer and Panasonic plasma sold are still 'only' 1024x768.
#15
TECHSPEC
Havent got any. Even when i was a child i was too ugly to photo :x

As for the TV, already got a 32" LCD/DVD with PVR (£200) this week, and the 37" Panasonic plasma (£355), so think thats enough. After all, i do live on my own (cos of the ugly thing).

No more TV's for me :)


where did u get that 200quid 32 inch from? sounds a bargain!
#16
Uridium
Yawn...

there is more to good picture quality than just the number of pixels

broadcast HDTV isn't 1080p either....the only real source material people are likely to watch that is 1080p is bluRay and even then at most people's viewing distance they won't see the extra pixels ;)

A goog quality 720p panel will still look good with HD material and many of the best Pioneer and Panasonic plasma sold are still 'only' 1024x768.


.....yawn

be a good gimp and buy it then.
#17
Was £449 a month ago.:p
It is a really nice TV. Amazing picture and very good sound. Looks great wall mounted.:thumbsup:
#18
preep
OMG - didnt know interest was that high!! I bought a TV BNPL and it due Feb 2010!


If it was littlewoods etc Just bung it on a credit card with 0% for 10 or 12 months. Sainsburys are currently offering Purchase and BT for 10 months 0%.:thumbsup:
#19
preep
OMG - didnt know interest was that high!! I bought a TV BNPL and it due Feb 2010!


If you pay a month or so before, its interest free. Ring them up and ask for the payment date (if you have the cash).
#20
czar.nik
where did u get that 200quid 32 inch from? sounds a bargain!


http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/559012/murphy-32in-hd-ready-lcd-dvd-pvr-co

Its expired - I used 20% off code, and with quidco worked out about £183 :-D

Not a top brand i know, but worked out cheaper than the cheapo 22" i was going to buy , without PVR. Two 4GB SD cards included.

Buy now pay feb 2011 too :)

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