PANASONIC 42G20 FREEVIEW HD & FREESAT HD PLASMA TV £612 @ House of Fraser - HotUKDeals
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PANASONIC 42G20 FREEVIEW HD & FREESAT HD PLASMA TV £612.00 @ House of Fraser

£612.00 @ House of Fraser
House of Fraser have the G20 at £679.99 at the moment but use the voucher code FRIENDS10 (thanks lucerysmum) and this takes 10% off. Not as good as the John Lewis deal of £599 but this also includes…
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House of Fraser have the G20 at £679.99 at the moment but use the voucher code FRIENDS10 (thanks lucerysmum) and this takes 10% off.
Not as good as the John Lewis deal of £599 but this also includes the 5 year guarantee for anybody that missed that deal.
Quidco may also be available bringing price down further.

Panasonic The G20 Series includes a DVB-S tuner for Free sat HD and a DVB-T2 tuner for Free view HD providing you with a convenient, subscription free way of watching HD contents like sport, as well as your favourite soaps, dramas and documentaries in full HD glory wherever you are in the UK.
600Hz Sub field Drive technology lets you view superb full-HD motion and still images with 1,080 lines of resolution. For even greater clarity with motion images, Panasonic uses its own unique image-analysis technology. This technology converts the motion in each scene into data. And each frame is practically displayed for a shorter length of time than in previous systems, to reduce after-effects.
A contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1 enables VIERA to display extremely robust blacks. New filters, improvements to the cell discharge area, and enhanced cell performance have greatly increased luminous efficiency to produce crisp blacks. And minimising the electrical pre-discharge helps to both raise contrast and save energy.


Model name - Panasonic TX-P42G20
Screen type - Plasma
3D TV - No
Screen resolution - Full HD 1920 x 1080p
Screen size - 42
Refresh rate - 600Hz Sub-field Drive
Digital tuner - Freeview HD & Freesat HD
24p technology - Yes
DLNA - Yes
WiFi - Wifi Ready (Dongle required)
HDMI ports - 4
Audio quality - V-Audio Surround, Dolby Digital plus
Speaker output (RMS) - 20W
Memory card slot - Yes
SCART sockets - 2
USB ports - Yes
Weight - 23.5kg
Guarantee - 5 Years
42 Screen
Screen Size 42" Screen
Colour Black
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#1
Bought mine at £629 a month ago from Comet. Can this go any lower?

Recommend this; built in freeview/sat hd, hdd recording and vieracast. Oh 1080p.

Good deal.
#2
The code isn't working for me.
It said it would apply on confirmation of order but its got as far as the payment method and its still £679.
#3
Good deal for the prices as they are at the moment, but only a few weeks ago Amazon were selling it for £570, and John Lewis for £600 with a 5 year warranty. There were a few other fantastic deals too which sold out in hours, seems all those have dried up now. Serves me right for waiting. *grumble*

Still, I may just plump for this. Thanks! Hot!
#4
voucher code not working
#5
I'm so stuck between this and the LG 42LD790 for £600 from RS!?
#6
wildswan
Bought mine at £629 a month ago from Comet. Can this go any lower?

Recommend this; built in freeview/sat hd, hdd recording and vieracast. Oh 1080p.

Good deal.


You missed the £599 with 5 year warranty from JL then?

It's been as low as £540 (including Quidco) over the past month...
#7
Are you sure this deal is real....just spent 30 minutes on the website (which is very slow) then wasted 10 mins on phone too, only to be told the "friends10" code is not for anything in the sale which this is....? Are you sure that you got this for £612...could you post picture of receipt so I can go down there and have it out with the manager please :-)
#8
As has already been said, this was about £530 a month ago. There were a few comments saying that as soon as it goes below £500 people will be getting it. Looks like prices are moving in the wrong direction.

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