SAMSUNG PS50C680 3D Plasma TV free Samsung 3D blu-ray player and 3 pairs of 3D glasses £959.99 @ Comet + cashback - HotUKDeals
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SAMSUNG PS50C680 3D Plasma TV free Samsung 3D blu-ray player and 3 pairs of 3D glasses for £959.99 when you use
code 5mbl

3% Cashback makes it about £922.
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#1
This is a better deal than the current Dixons effort because of the code and the potential 3% cashback.
#2
I was wondering why this isn't hotter. I does seem like cracking deal. Sadly the telly doesn't do it for me.
suspended#3
where did you enter the code?
#4
tam_mo
where did you enter the code?

When you add it to the basket, there's a box above that says

If you have a promotion code please enter it here:



Edited By: maxtweenie on Oct 09, 2010 20:38: poor Engrish
#5
also, the two pairs of 3D glasses (in addition to the one in the TV box) are rechargeable SSG-2100AR/XC, compared to Curry's SSG-2100AB - which are battery operated!

but I think I'm still going to wait for the Panasonic TX-P50G20B prices to fall well below £1000 - anyone has another opinion?
suspended 1 Like #6
mervinsx
also, the two pairs of 3D glasses (in addition to the one in the TV box) are rechargeable SSG-2100AR/XC, compared to Curry's SSG-2100AB - which are battery operated!

but I think I'm still going to wait for the Panasonic TX-P50G20B prices to fall well below £1000 - anyone has another opinion?


http://www.rgbdirect.co.uk/ProductDetails.asp?SKUNumber=109805&Model=Panasonic-TXP50G20B
#7
I was wondering why this isn't hotter. I does seem like cracking deal. Sadly the telly doesn't do it for me.


Maybe because it was posted 5 minutes ago?
#8


Thanks tam_mo, I did say 'well below £1000' - also prefer to buy it from a store, to get the Panasonic 5-year warranty :)
banned 1 Like #9
I remember when we had a black & white TV with just three channels.
#10
Getting Desperate with the 3d thing i think..
#11
wow, deals for 3D TV's getting better all the time, anyone know if there are any deals about on the 46" or smaller sets ?
1 Like #12
This is a great price. I had a look at the TV today. However I worry about the length of the warranty. It is expensive to extend it and the Tech Guys repair team do not get good feedback from avforums and elsewhere in the member comments on this site. As for the Panasonic I would be concerned about the flicker and rising black level issues. I plan to wait a bit longer. It is a pity that John Lewis does not have this deal, as with their 5 year free warranty I would have bought it.
#13
ediman
This is a great price. I had a look at the TV today. However I worry about the length of the warranty. It is expensive to extend it and the Tech Guys repair team do not get good feedback from avforums and elsewhere in the member comments on this site. As for the Panasonic I would be concerned about the flicker and rising black level issues. I plan to wait a bit longer. It is a pity that John Lewis does not have this deal, as with their 5 year free warranty I would have bought it.


True but not entirely. The flicker with Panasonic plasmas are only for a few people - for them most plasmas will be a problem. As of rising blacks - this was an issue with the S10, G10 and V10 models from last year. Panasonic has said that they have improved this with S20, G20 and V20 models - of course it's to be seen!
#14
A bit confused over the model number Samsung PS50C680 as not on Samsung site and the pdf I did find didn't mention 3D or Freeview HD. Anybody clarify this?
#15
avio
A bit confused over the model number Samsung PS50C680 as not on Samsung site and the pdf I did find didn't mention 3D or Freeview HD. Anybody clarify this?


The only mention of this TV I could find was @ http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/samsung-ue65c8000-ps50c680-20100903840.htm I think Currys and Comet managed to get a truck-load, before Samsung could launch it officially in the UK. No formal reviews anywhere online too - so I would stay away from this, although it's a superb deal for money.
#16
I'm waiting on autostereoscopy.
#17
Rudz
wow, deals for 3D TV's getting better all the time, anyone know if there are any deals about on the 46" or smaller sets ?
Even though I'm not taken with the home 3D thing as yet, though i think its good for cinema, there isn't much point in having 3D on a smaller screen....
#18
will "legally" downloaded 3d films work on this? because i have tried on normal flat screen, with old school 3d glasses and even the cinema ones with no luck!!
#19
mervinsx
also, the two pairs of 3D glasses (in addition to the one in the TV box) are rechargeable SSG-2100AR/XC, compared to Curry's SSG-2100AB - which are battery operated!

but I think I'm still going to wait for the Panasonic TX-P50G20B prices to fall well below £1000 - anyone has another opinion?


Actually the ones (2pcs) with the Currys/Dixons deal are SSG-2100AR/XC rechargeable, they just failed to mention it!
#20
I am soooo tempted by this deal, but I'm looking at a 3D LED TV when I upgrade my 4 year old 40" Sammy (with 1 HDMI :()

Even better when I checked spec and discovered it is DLNA compatible (according to the above link), letting you stream content from compatible devices. I take it this means the likes of 'Netgear ReadyNAS' units?

Damn hot deal tho'!

Edited By: Ripperoo on Oct 10, 2010 08:51: Clarification
#21
quackstar84
I'm waiting on autostereoscopy.

The problem is, as a gamer, the new call of duty in 3d comes out next month. So waiting another 2-5 years for manufacturers to perfect an affordable glasses less 3dtv isn't an option.

I just wish i could find somewhere to demo it first , my local currys one has broken glasses :(
#22
mervinsx
also, the two pairs of 3D glasses (in addition to the one in the TV box) are rechargeable SSG-2100AR/XC, compared to Curry's SSG-2100AB - which are battery operated!but I think I'm still going to wait for the Panasonic TX-P50G20B prices to fall well below £1000 - anyone has another opinion?

i am also looking at the panasonic p42g20 or panasonic 42v20 and waiting for the price to drop further, i nearly bought the 42g20 about 6 weeks ago it was on offer for around £650 with a free blue ray dvd but i missed the deal and it went back up.I do honestly feel though that due to 3d coming out it has to create lower prices for the standard 2d tvs and hopefully the prices should drop soon. I dont always assume because a new 3d tv comes out and it has 2 pairs of glasses free that makes it a tv worth buying, many good reviews make a tv worth buying in my view not just because it seems cheap. The 50 inch would be too big for my room though (only 16 ft long)
#23
I had a look at this TV yesterday in Currys with full intentions of buying it but i wasn't blown away at all.
I would imagine viewing a full movie would give you a bad head after a while as the glasses constantly flicker.
#24
reviewz
I had a look at this TV yesterday in Currys with full intentions of buying it but i wasn't blown away at all.
I would imagine viewing a full movie would give you a bad head after a while as the glasses constantly flicker.


I also noticed the constant flicker.. i think it may do that when the batteries are low as I've seem the Sammy LED 3D TV and it never had such as issue ?
#25
Is this now expired?
#26
Geoggy
Is this now expired?


No, it's still on comets site.
Go through Quidco and get 3% back and use the 5MBL code on comets site to get 50 quid off.

Edited By: reviewz on Oct 10, 2010 10:23: typo
#27
Yes but it says call to order ???
#28
My bad - looking at mobile site !
#29
cjdavey
mervinsx
also, the two pairs of 3D glasses (in addition to the one in the TV box) are rechargeable SSG-2100AR/XC, compared to Curry's SSG-2100AB - which are battery operated!

but I think I'm still going to wait for the Panasonic TX-P50G20B prices to fall well below £1000 - anyone has another opinion?


Actually the ones (2pcs) with the Currys/Dixons deal are SSG-2100AR/XC rechargeable, they just failed to mention it!


I wouldn't like to say you are wrong. But I actually paid and ordered one of these sets at Currys yesterday afternoon and my receipt shows SSG V2100 AB - AB standing for battery operated. Currys website also clearly mentioned these glasses as battery operated - though one might be lucky to get the rechargeable ones.

I've obviously changed my mind since yesterday and I'm going to wait for the Panasonic G20s to drop in prices - and this order will get cancelled on Monday, when I get a chance to go back to the store again.
#30
ediman1 person likes this
This is a great price. I had a look at the TV today. However I worry about the length of the warranty. It is expensive to extend it and the Tech Guys repair team do not get good feedback from avforums and elsewhere in the member comments on this site. As for the Panasonic I would be concerned about the flicker and rising black level issues. I plan to wait a bit longer. It is a pity that John Lewis does not have this deal, as with their 5 year free warranty I would have bought it.


you do know that a TV is supposed to be "fit for purpose" and therefore last a reasonable time (at least 5 years)
all John Lewis are doing is being upfront about this and saying you have a five year warranty when really under law you have the same protection when buying from comet etc.
the extended warranties are expensive because they cover just about every eventuality like knocking the tv over when you fell against it when you were drunk etc etc.
I would happily purchase this from comet etc without any extended warranty.
dont be fooled by the 12 month warranty
#31
Just tried to buys this and theres no were to enter the code. Apparently the code is for bosh and LG products over £300.

Any thoughts
#32
Just ordered. 19.95 postage :-( making it 969.94. Still good price though. Thanks.
#33
Ordered too, will phone them in the morning to finish the necessaries. Got to find a bracket for this bad boy, can imagine this will be a right ball ache to mount!
#34
How do you get the 3% on this deal? I have put code in and got deal to £949 but dont know what to do next.
#35
Go through Quidco for the 3%
#36
Anyone no how much I would get if I sold that blu -ray player as ive got PS3 so not needed.

Bugs me when they include stuff like that ...personally would rather they reduce it by £100 and keep the player.
#37
empas79
Just ordered. 19.95 postage :-( making it 969.94. Still good price though. Thanks.


You must have choose the standard delivery which is £19.95 1 to 5 days,
because the basic delivery 5 to 7 days is free.

yerelda
Just tried to buys this and theres no were to enter the code. Apparently the code is for bosh and LG products over £300.

Any thoughts


You enter it in the box where it says If you have a promotion code please enter it here:
enter code 5MBL then press submit and it will discount the price.
#38
got one, its amazing both on SD, HD and 3D.

believe the hype
#39
I ordered one in currys today and paid it on my credit card ..If i purchased from comet it would save me £120 as i took out warranties etc ..Is it possible for me to cancel the one from currys and how would i go about it ..Its not due to be delivered till friday ...I ordered it instore ..Would i just go in and cancel the order ?
banned#40
Does this definately work? I ordered using the 5MBL code and quidco last night, the order went all the way through including bank card verification, yet I have an email off Comet saying that they can't process my order with the details provided!!!!! Before someone says it, yes the card address and delivery address are the same. It says that they are going to contact me withing the next 48 hours. Delivery was £19.95 unless you chose a delivery date in 2 weeks time even though they advertised free delivery.

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