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FREE 3 Year Guarantee - Via Redemption

Valid for purchases from Amazon.co.uk on selected TVs below between 20th October 2008 and 24th December 2008

Claim a free 3 year guarantee when you buy any of the selected Sony TVs listed below. Please note, in order to claim this you need print the form off below and complete.
How to claim:

Simply purchase one of the selected Sony TVs below and add to your basket, making sure that the product is sold by Amazon. Then print this form off and follow the instructions on it. Conditions apply see form for details

Pretty good deal considering you get free delivery too and it's a trusted retailer.
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#1
They should call it a free 2 year extended guarantee really as all TVs come with a year's guarantee anwyay.
#2
nick_sub;3253835
They should call it a free 2 year extended guarantee really as all TVs come with a year's guarantee anwyay.

yeah i know what your saying mate but if comes with accidental damage then in theory its still a 3 year warranty
as the manufactures warranty will not cover accidental damage
#3
This does not seem to cover accidental damage or am I reading the details wrong

What is not covered -

item Q) Damage caused by accidents.

Still excellent deal i think and will be condiering this on run upto Xmas for sure.
#4
Great stuff, cheers for this. Finally bit the bullet and ordered my Sony from Amazon on ......Sunday night. Phoned the call centre to see if it was eligible, but no deal. Thankfully the order hadn't gone to despatch, so cancelled it and re-ordered along with the free guarantee. TV plus three year guarantee for under £380? Superb.

Heat and rep added.
#5
This is not a good deal. You should study the T&C before you order!

It is not much good because the contract is cancelled should you make a claim. If your tv breaks down after 13 months, Sony would swop it for a new one and the contract is ended. You have to pay for the delivery cost as well (probably between £10 to £20). In this case you would only get a warranty of 1 year and one months.

Summary: You pay excess for your TV plus pay for the delivery of replacement for 1 month extra guarantee. Not a good deal. Cold

BTW: Under the Consumer Protection Act you TV has to be 'fit for purpose' for at least 3-5 years anyway. If your set breaks down within that period, by Law, you can claim from the seller and/or Sony.
#6
Amazon are one of the better e-tailers should any problems arise and I've purchased many electrical items from them, however, unless there is a massive TV price reduction, M&S and John Lewis seem a better option as both include a free 5 year guarantee on all their TVs. They both sell Sony TVs amongst other brands and JL will price match any retail outlets if the items are in stock.

Of course most of you know this but my post might help some newbies have an extra 2 years peace of mind.
#7
retropolis
Amazon are one of the better e-tailers should any problems arise and I've purchased many electrical items from them, however, unless there is a massive TV price reduction, M&S and John Lewis seem a better option as both include a free 5 year guarantee on all their TVs. They both sell Sony TVs amongst other brands and JL will price match any retail outlets if the items are in stock.

Of course most of you know this but my post might help some newbies have an extra 2 years peace of mind.


I note what you say but for the set I've been looking at (Sony KDL-32V4000) it's £50 more at John Lewis who won't match internet prices and currently out of stock and £100 more at M&S
#8
donovan846;3286979
I note what you say but for the set I've been looking at (Sony KDL-32V4000) it's £50 more at John Lewis who won't match internet prices and currently out of stock and £100 more at M&S

Like I said, John Lewis only price match items that are in stock from retail outlets. They don't match e-tailers who don't have a retail outlet.

M&S often drop the prices on TVs so it might be worth checking regularly.
#9
The deal has been updated:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html?ie=UTF8&docId=1000260453

The offer is on until the end of Jan 09. Can anyone undo the "Expired" tag on this thread or is it best to start a new one.

CraigT

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