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Panasonic TH42PX80B plasma 42" TV @ Dixons + hdmi cable for £459.76 or cheaper delivered

£459.76 @ Dixons
There has been loads of discussuion about this TV in previous posts: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/304037/panasonic-th42px80b-42-plasma-tv-46 http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/305573/panasonic-th… Read More
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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
There has been loads of discussuion about this TV in previous posts:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/304037/panasonic-th42px80b-42-plasma-tv-46

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/305573/panasonic-th42px80b-plasma-42-tv-di/

It is now possible to get this TV from dixons for around £450 delivered
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By something cheap like the HDMI cable - other things may work
Use code NEWYEAR50 for £50 off a £500 pound spend
Voila - a 42" PLASMA FOR AROUND £450

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#1
Vouchers expire Midnight 1st January !!!!!:thumbsup:

Happy New Year to everyone :w00t:
#2
Bargain.........I have this, great TV however when using as a HTPC it does have a lot of screen retention.
#3
Orders over £250 use NEWYEAR25 for £25 off, NEWYEAR50 for £50 off a £500 spend! Get in!
#4
Love this telly, but reluctant to shell out so much money without a five year guarantee, you can extend to 3 years but this costs £139 holding out to get with 5 year guarantee
#5
ordered this yesterday with the 2.5% code... gonna have to cancel ! thanks op

ordered with a £1 battery, plus egg 2.5%, plus cash back kings 3 % ! Takes it to a shade under £430, lovely jubbly.. happy new year !
#6
Code not working here NEWYEAR50
Gutted
#7
Best tv deal on hotukdeals. Simple as that.
#8
Norfolk12a1
Love this telly, but reluctant to shell out so much money without a five year guarantee, you can extend to 3 years but this costs £139 holding out to get with 5 year guarantee



£450-ish for this tv is a great deal, albeit with the "standard" warranty.
however I am also hanging on for a "better" deal regarding warranty (this may never happen!), missed out on the empire direct offer, will richer sounds match this offer ? (£450) & then buy their 5yr warranty at £45 ?
#9
Had some major issues with the christmas day one and had to cancel but this one was flawless, But i still hate DSG ;-)

http://i475.photobucket.com/albums/rr111/jingo2000/Tv.jpg
#10
esq3585;3909167
Code not working here NEWYEAR50
Gutted

Just worked for me, not ordered it though.
#11
So tempted but a poor company to deal with, every-one raves about the panny's so is the extra warranty really required ????
#12
sold out!!
#13
Drat - no stock in NI - try later!
#14
Good price.

I'm a big fan of panasonic tv's, good quality for reasonable price.

I have a 50" version.

Agree re: screen retention, but similar problem for most plasmas, you need to be careful how you use them. E.g. don't pause something then go and make a cup of tea. I have my analogue tuner just showing snow that I switch to when pausing something.
#15
I can't believe that having watched the Panny deals come and go on here over the past few days I had finally decided to buy this time. It would have worked out at around £483 with the stand and Cash Back. But it is not available.... ho hum, I will just have to try again later.:oops:
#16
Added to basket, but status changed during checkout! All gone in my area.
#17
dont know where i'll stand with this then.
i ordered it on buy now pay in 11 months 0% credit, wonder if they'll keep one?
1 Like #18
thisismark
So tempted but a poor company to deal with, every-one raves about the panny's so is the extra warranty really required ????


They are one of the most reliable plasmas if not the most reliable but there is still a chance that a reasonable percentage will fail in those four years after the initial warranty. You may be able to claim through the courts though but that will be hassle. I obviously don't have a clue about what percentage would fail after the first year. I suppose ideally only 5% but at worst something like 25%. You have to understand that if you can't claim through the courts and the fault is with the display itself the tv is only fit for the landfil. Obviously some faults like duff speakers or psu problems are more fixable but repairs are expensive even for those. Personally I think the 5 year warranty is essential but for those who like to gamble I suspect most will get away with it. Its definitely true that faults are more likely to happen within the first year or after the seventh year. The first year because of poor manufacturing or components and the seventh year because of failing components due to age. The real problem with Dixons is the techguys, who are the biggest bunch of amateur repair people you could ever come across. Truly incompetent. I speak from experience. Thats why I could never buy a plasma from the dixons group. It would be like getting a epileptic to clean your valuble antique porcelin.
#19
esq3585
Code not working here NEWYEAR50
Gutted
you have to add something else to your basket of at least 1p to make it up to the £500, as it's £50 off a £500 spend.
#20
smashmouse
Good price.

I'm a big fan of panasonic tv's, good quality for reasonable price.

I have a 50" version.

Agree re: screen retention, but similar problem for most plasmas, you need to be careful how you use them. E.g. don't pause something then go and make a cup of tea. I have my analogue tuner just showing snow that I switch to when pausing something.



you know, i would of always agreed with that, but having owned an LG RZ 42 inch plasma for the past 5 years, i have no problems at all with image retention, and i use a HTPC now via VGA.

I also use it a lot with PiP for my cctv camera, so a static image up in the screen for longish periods of time (sometimes upto 2 hours) and i see absolutely no retention at all, nor any permanent damage either, infact only for the "green dot" issue my telly is spanking still after all this time.


However, i`m not saying anyone is wrong etc etc, just that i have not had this myself, after all these years, i also am just waiting the right deal to come along and i`m having it, got a top budget of £700 for a 42" + 1080p plasma , so just waiting and hopefully a new panel wont give me any problems, over my 5+ year old trusty LG


:D
#21
None in stock around my way :x
#22
I have the panny TH50PX70 and use it with a HTPC and that one does retain the image if I leave it unchanged for half an hour or so(which I try to minimise before anyone thinks I'm nuts) - this goes in about 10 - 20 secs once the image has changed though.

Would I change my TV for anything else though? Yes, this one! (or a Kuro which goes without saying, obviously)
#23
We are still using a Panny TH-42PWD6 42" plasma in the living room, been on the wall about 3-4 yrs now no problems at all.

Did cost £1,400 then and that was just the panel no speakers or tv tuner :oops::w00t:

Never had a problem using the pc on it or the xbox360 through VGA.

Still going strong now and not even HD ready.

Would i buy another Panasonic 100% YES !!

But no stock :x
#24
No stock here either
#25
No stock in the wiltshire area
#26
No stock near me either, B17

I missed this xmas day deal too. I also tried ringing empire direct all day yesterday but nobody picked up at my local store (price had gone up to £569 anyway)

In the end I bought the other Panny offer, i.e. the £799 46PZ80 at Selfridges today. Most of my content is standard def and I have a feeling the PX80 would have been marginally better with standard def.

But I have a 37" Sharp lcd, (does 540 lines - bought it specifically for standard def 4-5 years ago) which has an hdmi slot so will play HD. Not sure I can justify replcaing teh tv for the extra few inches...moving to the 46" I can, but not sure if its going to be toooo big for my room

D
#27
Anybody anywhere (especially westwards) getting an in stock on this?
#28
No stock in Essicks
#29
Ordered the 37 inch version which got the awards in this months What Hi Fi.

Used the £50 off code so cost £517.64 which is cheaper than anywhere else I can find :thumbsup:
#30
Argh, no stock (west fife). Won't risk cancelling my exsisting order to try to buy under this scheme 'Cause I want the telly but it would have been nice to save another £30 on it.
#31
DaveAnderson
No stock near me either, B17

I missed this xmas day deal too. I also tried ringing empire direct all day yesterday but nobody picked up at my local store (price had gone up to £569 anyway)

In the end I bought the other Panny offer, i.e. the £799 46PZ80 at Selfridges today. Most of my content is standard def and I have a feeling the PX80 would have been marginally better with standard def.

But I have a 37" Sharp lcd, (does 540 lines - bought it specifically for standard def 4-5 years ago) which has an hdmi slot so will play HD. Not sure I can justify replcaing teh tv for the extra few inches...moving to the 46" I can, but not sure if its going to be toooo big for my room

D
That was still a great deal though!
#32
Here in Dulwich its in stock. Which is nice if i decide to get it. But it charges me £19.50 for delivery
#33
asyousay10;3910811
Here in Dulwich its in stock. Which is nice if i decide to get it. But it charges me £19.50 for delivery


Have you tried the discount code DELTV too?


(BTW None in LE Leicester area)
#34
Arnt currys doing this same model for £499 with free 12 mths credit?

Wernt panasonic doing a free 5 year warranty for selected stockists? I assume dixons/currys arnt 1 of them?
#35
Would be a great offer if any stock near by however I managed to get one earlier at Empire Direct in Bolton with 5 year warranty (Panasonic) and they even matched Curry's and Dixons price of
£499!!!!

Now does anyone have any ideas of good bargains on Stands especially those which hide cables at the back ????
#36
STILL trying for a 37" deal
#37
Pjcity;3911328
Would be a great offer if any stock near by however I managed to get one earlier at Empire Direct in Bolton with 5 year warranty (Panasonic) and they even matched Curry's and Dixons price of
£499!!!!

Now does anyone have any ideas of good bargains on Stands especially those which hide cables at the back ????

There's a deal on at Ebuyer listed here on the site for a stand suitable for TVs of this size for about about £25: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/307894/vistron-3-tier-glass-tv-stand-for-4/ Looks like you can hide cables behind the central pillar.
#38
just to let you know dixons are not on quidco any more. they are on topcashback.co.uk though for another few quid off 3%

Hot deal
#39
smashmouse
Good price.

I'm a big fan of panasonic tv's, good quality for reasonable price.

I have a 50" version.

Agree re: screen retention, but similar problem for most plasmas, you need to be careful how you use them. E.g. don't pause something then go and make a cup of tea. I have my analogue tuner just showing snow that I switch to when pausing something.


Im pretty sure they dont make a 50" version of this model
#40
Duggan360
Im pretty sure they dont make a 50" version of this model


You're right - the 50 inchers are PZ panels i.e. full 1080p HD.

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