Creative Zen V Plus 4GB (£68.08 @ Dixons Tax Free) - HotUKDeals
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I saw an ad in the paper for Currys on Sat selling the Creative Zen Plus 4 GB player for just £79.99 (a saving of £50 over rrp). Bit gutted when it was sold out online, but managed to pick it up at Dixons at the the airport on a domestic flight for just £68.08. Bargain for a 4gb flash player that does vids, photos and has an fm radio.

Here's the specs:
# Transcoded video support
# Store up to 1000 MP3 songs
# MP3/ WMA/ WMA DRM audio playback
# Rechargeable battery with upto 15hr life
# 1.5" colour screen size
# Voice recording
# Line-in recording

Hope you get lucky!

(You'll probably still be able to get it offline in the high street stores for £79.99 - still a v good price)
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#1
very interesting this one his, i'm flying out this friday, so could just buy this, my bro paid 145 for it a couple of months back!
Which airport was it? I'm flying through heathrow!
#2
Was at East Midlands Airport, so a smallish one.

Player's working well. Sound quality very good, although probably will need to invest in some better headphones - some in ear jobbies.
#3
Presumably then when you re-import it to the UK you have to declare it to Customs and pay any duty on it?
#4
Ill check out a nomal currys store tomorrow and see if they have this for £80.
#5
I didn't have to pay duty because i was on a domestic flight. Also, if you buy it in the UK, I don't see why you'd pay duty on it (please correct me if i'm wrong).

Also, you only have to pay duty if you are coming from outside the EU if you've spent more than ~ £145. If you're flying inside the EU there is no limit as far as i'm aware.
#6
biglugs1
Presumably then when you re-import it to the UK you have to declare it to Customs and pay any duty on it?


No, if you buy in UK on a domestic or EU flight, you will not have to pay any duty.
#7
Just to thank you got mine today when i went through heathrow at first the guy didnçt believe as it was hand written 68 pounds and because the 2GB was 99.99, well happy still havemt touched it still to busy! Rep given before anyways!
banned#8
£79.99 at Currys (should you not be flying anywhere soon)

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