Panasonic Viera TX-P42G20B Plasma HD 1080p TV, 42" with Built-in freesat & Freeview HD £564.99 @ Currys (With Code) - HotUKDeals
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CODE: 35POUND takes price of £599.99 down to £564.99, free delivery if delivered between "8am to 7pm"

Code expires 16/11/2010 (I think!)

Dont forget 3.5% Quidco! (£19.77) Brings it down to £545.22.

Only £15 cheaper than amazon, but still..

"The remarkable Panasonic Viera TX-P42G20B 42" Full HD Plasma TV boasts a picture quality that will impress even the most demanding viewers! The 42-inch High Definition panel and versatile connectivity options ensure this television will provide first-class entertainment for years to come.

The 1080p NeoPDP display of the Panasonic Viera TX-P42G20-B delivers a staggering 'infinite black' contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1. When combined with the unlimited viewing angle and lightning response times of plasma, this contrast ratio provides a cinematic experience that must be seen to be believed!

These impressive specifications are enhanced by 600 Hz Intelligent Frame Creation and Panasonic's V Real Pro 5 engine, which optimises image parameters with breathtaking results.

This television also sports both a Freeview and Freesat HD tuner, ensuring you're ready for the digital broadcasts of the future.

And the Panasonic Viera TX-P42G20B 42" Full HD Plasma TV goes further by offering 4 HDMI connectors, component and composite ports, 2 traditional SCART sockets, and even a VGA input for using the display as a computer monitor. Look no further for luxurious home entertainment!

* Panasonic VIERA NeoPDP full HD 42-inch plasma TV
* Freeview HD & Freesat HD built-in, Wi-Fi ready
* 600Hz sub-field drive intelligent frame creation pro
* Infinite Black colour spectrum, THX® certified display
* VIERA CAST and VIERA image viewer (photo and video)"

Thanks to Bargainhunter666 for pointing this deal out.....
- bargainhunter666
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#1
hmmmmm tempted and is it 3.5% quidco?

whats that bout £20
#2
£19.77 ;]
#3
This is the cheapest I have seen it yet.... so I vote hot....

....but as I keep saying, if you are prepared to wait, you will get it for sub £500 by the end of the January Sales... but that is just my (hopeful) opinion
#4
hmmm... I've been holding off on this one for a while. Don't want to get stung when the prices suddenly shoot back up though. May just go for this deal then get the Panasonic 4 year extra cover. That would take it to about £630 including Quidco.
#5
adyer
£19.77 ;]


lol my maths aint half bad
#6
Got one of these a while ago for a similar price, very happy with it
#7
hot hot hot

had mine 3 weeks or so and LOVE it

if you have been holding off, dont

buy buy buy
#8
cant use discout codes for collection...shame..
#9
Don't think it's freeview hd is it?
#10
locksmith
Don't think it's freeview hd is it?

yeah, its both :)
#11
five year warranty please JL
#12
"The 1080p NeoPDP display of the Panasonic Viera TX-P42G20-B delivers a staggering 'infinite black' contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1"
Wasn't there a problem with the G20's black levels after prolonged use?
#13
damn i ordered this from amazzon last night for £15 more. just emailed them and they said we dont do price matching and the tv's been dispatched :(
#14
stevebty
damn i ordered this from amazzon last night for £15 more. just emailed them and they said we dont do price matching and the tv's been dispatched :(


Just refuse shipment - amazon will issue a refund and go ahead and but this now.
#15
PRICE IS HOT!!
ANY ADVICE ON THIS MODEL PLEASE
can i use this as my pc monitor and occasional tv or should i go with an lcd
is burn in/image retention still a problem??
does anyone know??
#16
January sales???? the VAT is rising in Jan so those sales won't be as good as people think.
#17
SenselessThing
"The 1080p NeoPDP display of the Panasonic Viera TX-P42G20-B delivers a staggering 'infinite black' contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1"
Wasn't there a problem with the G20's black levels after prolonged use?


Do you mean rising blacks on the G10?
#18
paolo
hmmm... I've been holding off on this one for a while. Don't want to get stung when the prices suddenly shoot back up though. May just go for this deal then get the Panasonic 4 year extra cover. That would take it to about £630 including Quidco.


Afraid not. I recently thought I'd do the same as my mother wanted one of these but Currys and Comet aren't participating dealers in the Panasonic 5 year warranty offer and the only way you can get it is by the dealer stamping a form and you sending it with the receipt to Panasonic. Currys 5 years warranty is £220 up front or you can pay £6.99 per month. We ended up going to Panasonic Shop and paid £699 (OK, it's £135 more) but that has the 5 year warranty.
#19
TOO-TIGHT-TO-PAY
This is the cheapest I have seen it yet.... so I vote hot.... ....but as I keep saying, if you are prepared to wait, you will get it for sub £500 by the end of the January Sales... but that is just my (hopeful) opinion

Totally agree and I say that price with 5 year warranty....
#20
PP23
TOO-TIGHT-TO-PAY
This is the cheapest I have seen it yet.... so I vote hot....

....but as I keep saying, if you are prepared to wait, you will get it for sub £500 by the end of the January Sales... but that is just my (hopeful) opinion


it already is sub 500 pounds ! :) im guessing u meant to say 400, not sure if it will reach those prices i think 450 ish + 5 yr warranty is the sweet spot


sub £500 means less than £500 and its £564.99

Edited By: jasonfoster1 on Nov 15, 2010 20:58
#21
Silly question? What is the picture like for SD tv? Would it be the same or better than a crt TV. Not getting HD for a bit so not rushing on TV until decent price / Christmas.
#22
stevebty
damn i ordered this from amazzon last night for £15 more. just emailed them and they said we dont do price matching and the tv's been dispatched :(

So what, if you want to buy this deal then do. Cancel Amazon order by either refusing delivery or telling them to pickup re Distance Selling Regs. Probably not worth the hassle but if you thought they were smug then do it ;)
#23
loop
SenselessThing
"The 1080p NeoPDP display of the Panasonic Viera TX-P42G20-B delivers a staggering 'infinite black' contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1"
Wasn't there a problem with the G20's black levels after prolonged use?

Do you mean rising blacks on the G10?


Yeah that's it, thanks!
I remembered reading this and this and the general grumblings on avforums, but thought they applied to the entire 'G' range of pannys.
#24
Been looking at this model for ages found out recently that this as noise issues, so
back to the drawing board.
#25
Cheapest it has been yet. I keep thinking this will get cheaper and cheaper, but it is going to reach the point they will run out of stock and there won't be any left, trust me.
I can see this going sub £500 in Jan Sales, but hell, it may cost an extra £100 now, but you will also get an extra 2 months use out of it.
#26
maxi_mus
Been looking at this model for ages found out recently that this as noise issues, soback to the drawing board.

Thousands are sold and you will always hear people complaining. Do you mean buzzing? If so you get it returned and get a new one. With this spend I would want a 5 year warranty included as I can't be bothered with the letters prior to taking shop to court.
#27
If this goes done to £500 I'm getting one!
#28
Just checked the previous G10B and it's history. It n
bargainhunter666
maxi_mus
Been looking at this model for ages found out recently that this as noise issues, soback to the drawing board.


Thousands are sold and you will always hear people complaining. Do you mean buzzing? If so you get it returned and get a new one. With this spend I would want a 5 year warranty included as I can't be bothered with the letters prior to taking shop to court.


I'm still not sure you are going to get it mate.

Prices on the previous model P42G10B got to £699 (with Blue Ray Player) before Xmas at JL and that was the cheapest they got.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-tx-p42g10b-plasma-hd-1080/554912?page=6

I really want a 5 year guarantee too, but the price after quidco cashback is £545 atm, that's pretty damn low already.

Edited By: tianuk3 on Nov 15, 2010 21:31
#29
this price for this tv is scorching!! the best by far in this price range!!!
#30
tianuk3
Just checked the previous G10B and it's history. It n
bargainhunter666
maxi_mus
Been looking at this model for ages found out recently that this as noise issues, soback to the drawing board.


Thousands are sold and you will always hear people complaining. Do you mean buzzing? If so you get it returned and get a new one. With this spend I would want a 5 year warranty included as I can't be bothered with the letters prior to taking shop to court.


I'm still not sure you are going to get it mate.

Prices on the previous model P42G10B got to £699 (with Blue Ray Player) before Xmas at JL and that was the cheapest they got.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-tx-p42g10b-plasma-hd-1080/554912?page=6


I really want a 5 year guarantee too, but the price after quidco cashback is £545 atm, that's pretty damn low already.


Adding to this, if the power unit did fail after lets say 2 years and you bought it from Currys, would could you do? Is there no consumer protection whatsoever?
#31
- "The set buzzed, and like MANY others who bought the G20 I returned it and bought another make (LCD this time).. It is unbelieveble how many people are complaining about buzzing from this set, more than any other plasma set. Great picture though"
#32
argand7
Afraid not. I recently thought I'd do the same as my mother wanted one of these but Currys and Comet aren't participating dealers in the Panasonic 5 year warranty offer and the only way you can get it is by the dealer stamping a form and you sending it with the receipt to Panasonic. Currys 5 years warranty is £220 up front or you can pay £6.99 per month. We ended up going to Panasonic Shop and paid £699 (OK, it's £135 more) but that has the 5 year warranty.



You can get a 4 year extension direct from Panasonic for £97...

Edited By: paolo on Nov 15, 2010 22:20
#33
not available for delivery now - no £35 discount :o( - again...
#34
bah... didnt last long!
#35
You snooze you lose! That includes me :o)


Come on JL! Still waiting for them to get back with a price match...

Edited By: paolo on Nov 15, 2010 23:10
#36
obviously wasnt many in stock, showing sold out at pcworld/dixons too..
#37
my reply from JL last week regarding the £599 at comet...

"Thank you for your enquiry.

In order to apply a price reduction on a purchase, the criteria in our pricing policy must be met. I regret that after review, the request you have submitted does not match all or parts of this policy.



When the price of an extended warranty is added, Comet's price exceeds ours.



Therefore, on this occasion I cannot match Comet's price. If you wish to view more information about Never Knowingly Undersold and our pricing policy you can do so on our website.



I am sorry that I have not been able to reduce the price on this occasion. If I can be of any further assistance please do not hesitate to contact me."



Im hoping they drop it again though!!




Edited By: adyer on Nov 15, 2010 23:13
#38
adyer
my reply from JL last week regarding the £599 at comet...

"Thank you for your enquiry.

In order to apply a price reduction on a purchase, the criteria in our pricing policy must be met. I regret that after review, the request you have submitted does not match all or parts of this policy.



When the price of an extended warranty is added, Comet's price exceeds ours.



Therefore, on this occasion I cannot match Comet's price. If you wish to view more information about Never Knowingly Undersold and our pricing policy you can do so on our website.



I am sorry that I have not been able to reduce the price on this occasion. If I can be of any further assistance please do not hesitate to contact me."



Im hoping they drop it again though!!





I got the exact same reply. You all do realise the reason it went down to 629.95 was because someone price matched it with Comet in the first place right? The guy who did the pricematching must have been generous that day, as since then they have refused to pricematch it. I am not too hopeful they will reduce it anymore :-(
#39
Jl price match on tv does not exist. It is nothing more than a marketing trick or scam. You will be refused. Have to speak to decent staff member and if still refused just wait for them to do it at less than you offered.
Stores vary as well. I will try again with two other items I want or go to Costco.
Not going into the free warranty but it isn't free. It is the price of rivals warranty.
#40
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