LG 60 inch Plasma - LG 60PK590 with freeview HD & free Sony 7" digital picture frame £1409.99 at Comet - HotUKDeals
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Use the code 6399AW for 6% discount to get this price, expires on 26th May.

Comet have reduced the price from £1699.99 to £1499.99 for this TV. Use the above code for 6% discount bringing it to £1409.99.

Don't forget Quidco for another 3% cash back - £43. All in all ~ £1370. And a free 7" Sony Digital Photo Frame.

'The LG 60PK590 60" Plasma TV provides superb picture quality with a stunning razor frame design. With Full HD 1080p and LG's 600Hz technology plus access to watch your downloaded High Definition films via the USB connectivity. Featuring Freeview HD which gives you access to the BBC HD Channel, ITV1HD, 4HD and S4CHD (Wales only). Freeview HD only available in selected areas. Please text your postcode followed by house number to 80560 to find out if Freeview HD is available in your area. '
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#1
OUCH!! but i suppose for the size its goodish..
#2
This really hot for a 60" TV, especially with freeview HD. My only worry with LG is image retention from gaming but otherwise looks a brilliant deal.
suspended#4
Not sure if the increased price is worth it over the 50" model
#6
Seems a bit odd for Comet to give away a titchy little photo frame with this monster, since it's well capable of displaying photos etc. from it's usb port.
#7
Worth comparing the 55" LCD model Sony KDL-55EX503 that fieldsy found at Argos
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/674973/sony-kdl-55ex503-55in-full-hd-100hz
c£1130 net-cost with Sony's 3yr warranty

Of course a 60" is 20% larger than a 55" and Plasma -v- LCD, but historically some went for BIG plasmas because BIG LCDs just weren't cost effective, but as we ALL know there are all sorts of pros/cons of the different technologies.

MKD

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