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Hisense 55 inch 4K tv h55m3300 £448.08 at Amazon

£448.08 @ Amazon
A follow up to yesterday's used as new Warehouse deal. New from Amazon for 448.08 looks a good deal to me. You have to change the seller to Amazon as it brings up a dodgy new seller asking you to co… Read More
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
A follow up to yesterday's used as new Warehouse deal.
New from Amazon for 448.08 looks a good deal to me.
You have to change the seller to Amazon as it brings up a dodgy new seller asking you to contact outside of Amazon by default.
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Here's the hack to get it at the cheaper price I paid yesterday (£318). Buy all the dodgy sellers stock. Amazon price falls to price match. Buy Amazon's at the lower price. Cancel all the dodgy orders. Pat yourself on the back, you've beaten the scammers and won yourself a cheap TV!

Edited By: GrantG182 on Jan 07, 2017 12:10
1 Like #2
Still over £100 from the warehouse deal. I would just wait till back in stock.
#3
GrantG182
Here's the hack to get it at the cheaper price I paid yesterday (£318). Buy all the dodgy sellers stock. Amazon price falls to price match. Buy Amazon's at the lower price. Cancel all the dodgy orders. Pat yourself on the back, you've beaten the scammers and won yourself a cheap TV!
Good call but you are a lot braver than me.
#4
There is one listed for 338 my migfy how is that possible?
#5
jackzR
There is one listed for 338 my migfy how is that possible?


That's the dodgy seller I was talking about. They are asking you to contact outside of Amazon before buying.
#6
GrantG182
Here's the hack to get it at the cheaper price I paid yesterday (£318). Buy all the dodgy sellers stock. Amazon price falls to price match. Buy Amazon's at the lower price. Cancel all the dodgy orders. Pat yourself on the back, you've beaten the scammers and won yourself a cheap TV!


I hope there is a chance to try this at the end of the month after I have moved house.
Don't fancy buying now when about to move as I would want to keep it packed up until after the move
#7
I paid £499 for this before xmas it dropped to around £420/430
I asked for a price difference and they wouldn't give it me told to order the tv again and send this one back
So that's what I have done but not bothered buying it again
Wasn't that impressive with this model
Already own the 65K720 and the 75M7900 and for me the picture quality wasn't up to the par compared with the 2 I own
Heat on the price


Edited By: Pokerkingbouch on Jan 07, 2017 12:54
#8
Pokerkingbouch
I paid £499 for this before xmas it dropped to around £420/430
I asked for a price difference and they wouldn't give it me told to order the tv again and send this one back
So that's what I have done but not bothered buying it again
Wasn't that impressive with this model
Already own the 65K720 and the 75M7900 and for me the picture quality wasn't up to the par compared with the 2 I own
Heat on the price



Is it worth getting for PS4 pro do you reckon?
#9
willevans716533
Pokerkingbouch
I paid £499 for this before xmas it dropped to around £420/430
I asked for a price difference and they wouldn't give it me told to order the tv again and send this one back
So that's what I have done but not bothered buying it again
Wasn't that impressive with this model
Already own the 65K720 and the 75M7900 and for me the picture quality wasn't up to the par compared with the 2 I own
Heat on the price
Is it worth getting for PS4 pro do you reckon?
I got the Original PS4 for £80 before Xmas using the same method posted above...Some really good laptop deals can be manipulated this way too
#10
GrantG182
Here's the hack to get it at the cheaper price I paid yesterday (£318). Buy all the dodgy sellers stock. Amazon price falls to price match. Buy Amazon's at the lower price. Cancel all the dodgy orders. Pat yourself on the back, you've beaten the scammers and won yourself a cheap TV!
How does that work? I know Amazon has an algorithm to adjust prices, but how does buying up the cheaper dodgy stock trigger Amazon to reduce its price?
#11
To add, it should work in theory if you listed a TV for £300 and another seller had an algorithm to beat your price and hadn't set a lower limit. Dangerous game in case someone buys yours!
#12
Pokerkingbouch
I paid £499 for this before xmas it dropped to around £420/430
I asked for a price difference and they wouldn't give it me told to order the tv again and send this one back
So that's what I have done but not bothered buying it again
Wasn't that impressive with this model
Already own the 65K720 and the 75M7900 and for me the picture quality wasn't up to the par compared with the 2 I own
Heat on the price
The models you listed cost £1K-2K of course this isn't up to par. X)
#13
Back up to 499 now.
#14
How do I expire?
#15
willevans716533
Pokerkingbouch
I paid £499 for this before xmas it dropped to around £420/430
I asked for a price difference and they wouldn't give it me told to order the tv again and send this one back
So that's what I have done but not bothered buying it again
Wasn't that impressive with this model
Already own the 65K720 and the 75M7900 and for me the picture quality wasn't up to the par compared with the 2 I own
Heat on the price
Is it worth getting for PS4 pro do you reckon?
I probably should have said in my comment that I did connect it to the Xbox one s and gaming was very good didn't notice any lag on call of duty etc
Also tried a couple of UHD movies xmen and angry birds and they looked fantastic
So for gaming a would say a yes definitely
#16
ShroomHeadToad
Pokerkingbouch
I paid £499 for this before xmas it dropped to around £420/430
I asked for a price difference and they wouldn't give it me told to order the tv again and send this one back
So that's what I have done but not bothered buying it again
Wasn't that impressive with this model
Already own the 65K720 and the 75M7900 and for me the picture quality wasn't up to the par compared with the 2 I own
Heat on the price
The models you listed cost £1K-2K of course this isn't up to par. X)
True pal but still for £500 I would have accepted it to look good in HD and 4K streaming
But the picture just seam to a bit Molesey and kept breaking up
I Was using the Amazon app on the tv and also tried the Amazon 4K box
Love hisense and would recommend them all the time because they do produce some quality sets
Probably should have tested this one a bit more lol as the Xbox one s looked fantastic


Edited By: Pokerkingbouch on Jan 07, 2017 15:11
#17
kpmatthews
GrantG182
Here's the hack to get it at the cheaper price I paid yesterday (£318). Buy all the dodgy sellers stock. Amazon price falls to price match. Buy Amazon's at the lower price. Cancel all the dodgy orders. Pat yourself on the back, you've beaten the scammers and won yourself a cheap TV!
How does that work? I know Amazon has an algorithm to adjust prices, but how does buying up the cheaper dodgy stock trigger Amazon to reduce its price?
If I knew, I'd happily share. However, this has now worked twice in a few weeks for me so there's a charm, right?
#18
no used in stock to try the trick with now
#19
GrantG182
kpmatthews
GrantG182
Here's the hack to get it at the cheaper price I paid yesterday (£318). Buy all the dodgy sellers stock. Amazon price falls to price match. Buy Amazon's at the lower price. Cancel all the dodgy orders. Pat yourself on the back, you've beaten the scammers and won yourself a cheap TV!
How does that work? I know Amazon has an algorithm to adjust prices, but how does buying up the cheaper dodgy stock trigger Amazon to reduce its price?
If I knew, I'd happily share. However, this has now worked twice in a few weeks for me so there's a charm, right?
Ah I meant what do you do? Buy the dodgy used stock so the Amazon used price falls?
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kpmatthews
GrantG182
kpmatthews
GrantG182
Here's the hack to get it at the cheaper price I paid yesterday (£318). Buy all the dodgy sellers stock. Amazon price falls to price match. Buy Amazon's at the lower price. Cancel all the dodgy orders. Pat yourself on the back, you've beaten the scammers and won yourself a cheap TV!
How does that work? I know Amazon has an algorithm to adjust prices, but how does buying up the cheaper dodgy stock trigger Amazon to reduce its price?
If I knew, I'd happily share. However, this has now worked twice in a few weeks for me so there's a charm, right?
Ah I meant what do you do? Buy the dodgy used stock so the Amazon used price falls?
Yeah, then cancel the dodgy orders, they usually have a shipment date of +28 days times and Amazon allows you to cancel without being charged up until the Preparing Despatch stage

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