LG 37LG3000 - 37" LCD TV - £386 INCL 3 YEARS WARRANTY - TODAY ONLY! ARGOS - HotUKDeals
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Big poster instore at Argos Tamworth, saying this set is £386 with free 3 YEARS WARRANTY

Ends tonight

Staff confirmed the price is actually £386. They will honour price if you go to customer services desk first.

website says £434.99 - link provided for the website with incorrect price

Repeat. ENDS TODAY
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#2
damn i paid £399!:x oh well, not a major loss! hot:thumbsup:
#3
thanks sagor, yes its that one
#4
yes no reservations, you can order at the customer service desk
#5
any other stores doing this price?
#6
out of stock. probably just a 'manager's special in a single shop.
#7
gemmar26
damn i paid £399!:x oh well, not a major loss! hot:thumbsup:


Same here.... LOL!!

But i have had 4 months use from it!
#8
Super hot good find H+R added
#9
Out of stock in my local store and they cant check stock anywhere else!!
#10
Great price and a great TV. We got ours from Argos before Christmas for £399.

I was in Comet or Dixons not sure which and it was up for £538 at the weekend.

I am still yet to hook anything up to it that upscales or uses the HD side of it but the picture quality for SD TV is great.
#11
Argos in Ipswich were advertising this for £434 and £385 last week, they said £385 price was incorrect but honored it for us anyway. We then took the receipt to Currys and bought from there as they price matched it and knocked off 10% of the difference.

Looks great, and the picture is really good quality!!!
#12
Just be aware this is not a 1080p screen - at 37 inches, this will matter.
#13
Nicky123
Argos in Ipswich were advertising this for £434 and £385 last week, they said £385 price was incorrect but honored it for us anyway. We then took the receipt to Currys and bought from there as they price matched it and knocked off 10% of the difference.

Looks great, and the picture is really good quality!!!


You said you bought it at Argos.....then took the receipt to Currys and bought it???? What...you bought two of them??? Must be me, but that sounds confusing...............:)
#14
behibehi
Just be aware this is not a 1080p screen - at 37 inches, this will matter.


It does NOT matter.

There are plenty of SD Tv's at bigger sizes than that, it still looks crisp. Anybody who knows anything about this stuff will tell you that is rubbish, how about 1080p on a 100" projection, are you going to tell me that looks rubbish too?

The size of the pixel is not a problem, the resolution you are putting on to those pixels is what will cause distortion.

EDIT: And besides, 1080p is a very high resolution on a 40" let alone a 37" or 32", it starts getting to the point where the human eye cant make out the definition on a pixel pitch so small.

People throw around comments about HDTV's so willy nilly on this forum.
#15
mike23
You said you bought it at Argos.....then took the receipt to Currys and bought it???? What...you bought two of them??? Must be me, but that sounds confusing...............:)


And then returned the Argos TV....
#16
[FONT=Verdana][SIZE=2]Also available online at £398 inc VAT + FREE Del on all TVs...[/SIZE][/FONT]
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#17
2 questions:

1: Why expired already if it ends tonight?

2: Which Tamworth store is this? seems there is 2.

PS Bennetts are out of stock for minimum 2 weeks and they have huge back orders.
#18
i didnt expire it, anyone know why showing as expired?
#19
leehotdeal
i didnt expire it, anyone know why showing as expired?


Which Tamworth store is it mate?
#20
Great picture but **** sound.
#21
trickards
It does NOT matter.

There are plenty of SD Tv's at bigger sizes than that, it still looks crisp. Anybody who knows anything about this stuff will tell you that is rubbish, how about 1080p on a 100" projection, are you going to tell me that looks rubbish too?

The size of the pixel is not a problem, the resolution you are putting on to those pixels is what will cause distortion.

EDIT: And besides, 1080p is a very high resolution on a 40" let alone a 37" or 32", it starts getting to the point where the human eye cant make out the definition on a pixel pitch so small.

People throw around comments about HDTV's so willy nilly on this forum.



Totally agree with you mate. HD content isnt appreciated on anything below 40".

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