Samsung LE40A556P (Series 5) 40" Full HD 1080p digital LCD TV - £591.10 Delivered @ Dixons - HotUKDeals
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Samsung LE40A556P (Series 5) 40" Full HD 1080p digital LCD TV - £591.10 Delivered @ Dixons

£591.10 @ Dixons
I just ordered one of these and used the free delivery code to save £19.90, great price for a Full HD Samsung LCD TV. Possibly £543.82 Delivered with Quidco & Egg Card Free Delivery Code: FREET… Read More
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8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
I just ordered one of these and used the free delivery code to save £19.90, great price for a Full HD Samsung LCD TV.

Possibly £543.82 Delivered with Quidco & Egg Card

Free Delivery Code: FREETV

Replacing the M8 Series, the new Samsung Series 5, delivers full HD 1080p with a contrast ratio of 30:000:1 and 3 x HDMI. It consistently delivers supreme imagery, which looks great on any backdrop.

* HD Ready 1080P
* Built In Digital TV Tuner
* 30000 : 1 Dynamic Contrast
* DNIe + Image Technology
* SRS Trusurround

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#1
Been around this price - slightly less in fact - for about 2 months now.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/202070/samsung-le40a556p-series-5-40-hd-re/
#2
BristolDeal
Been around this price - slightly less in fact - for about 2 months now.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/202070/samsung-le40a556p-series-5-40-hd-re/


Yes i noticed that before but that's with a voucher code and it's obviously expired now.
#3
Don't forget quidco and purchase via Egg card for further reductions.
#4
thekanester
Don't forget quidco and purchase via Egg card for further reductions.


Quidco £17.73
Egg Card £14.77
£591.10 - £32.50 = £558.60

You could get it down to £558.60 delivered
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Actually pc_tech86,

Quidco are doing a 5% promotion on TVs from Dixons right now, instead of 3%, so the quidco cashback is:

£29.55 (assuming it's the post-vat price...it might be the pre-vat one, which would make it £25.15)

And the egg card is 2.5% on the post-vat price, making it £17.73 saving.

Therefore, the minimum possible price is £543.82 (or £548.22).

Either way, it's looking like a bit of a bargain to me!
#6
Thanks thekanester for the info.

Rep added.
#7
Whats Full HD Ready? A bit misleading as this is Full HD , and not HD ready .
#8
paulbrannan
Whats Full HD Ready? A bit misleading as this is Full HD , and not HD ready .


Happy?
#9
Not sure factoring in an egg card discount should become the norm around here. We all like a bit of Quidco action, but we're not all going to sign up for a credit card in order to scrimp and save.

In all honesty, with the Quidco discount, this has been the going rate for a while so its not a deal to get too excited about.

(It is a damn nice telelvision in the flesh, by the way :) )
#10
Great price. Heat added.
#11
Hi Just bought a 42" LG 3000 TV from Dixons was prepared to pay £530 for TV plus 19.95 del + £49.00 for the stand total £598.95.

Spotted this and used free del. code plus Quidco and ended up paying £549.00 so thanks for posting!!:roll::thumbsup:
#12
Mentioned this price a few days ago in the LE40A559 deal. Its a very good price for a nice tv.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=229195
#13
Studmuffin
Hi Just bought a 42" LG 3000 TV from Dixons was prepared to pay £530 for TV plus 19.95 del + £49.00 for the stand total £598.95.

Spotted this and used free del. code plus Quidco and ended up paying £549.00 so thanks for posting!!:roll::thumbsup:


Im glad you got this Samsung instead. The LG 3000 is not Full HD.
#14
cheers for this - mother-in-laws tv just broke and i was facing days of walking the shops looking for a new T.V. with her ....now she is having it delivered to the door - and I didnt have to go anywhere - magic
Heat added - rep given

many many thanx
#15
paulbrannan
Whats Full HD Ready? A bit misleading as this is Full HD , and not HD ready .


It's actually irrelevent - any TV which can display over 1280 x 720 via an HDCP connection is defined as HD Ready:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HD_ready

So it didn't actually need editing, just a better understanding of the technology :-D

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