Samsung Series 6000 46" UE46B6000 / Full HD 1080p / Freeview / LED TV (+ FREE £50 Play.com Voucher!) £999.99 - HotUKDeals
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Been looking for a 46" Sammy LED for some time and this is the cheapest I've found so far.
46" Series 6000 LED TV. With free £50 voucher code and free delivery.
Possible 0.5% :( Quidco too.

Please note your voucher codes will be e-mailed week commencing 1/2/2010. Offer limited to 1 voucher per customer. Orders that are later cancelled will not be eligible to receive voucher codes.
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Key Features
Screen Size 46"
Resolution: HD 1080p (1920 X 1080)
Dynamic Contrast Ratio: Mega Contrast
1080 24p Real Movie
Picture Engine Samsung LED Engine
Wide Colour Enhancer: WCE pro
100/200Hz Motion Plus: Yes (100Hz)
Ultra Clear Panel
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#1
for £829 http://www.froogle.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/samsung/ue40b6000/sams-ue40b6000

Bought lots of stuff off play but not sure if I would buy high cost from them
#2
vale of clwyd
for £829 http://www.froogle.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/samsung/ue40b6000/sams-ue40b6000

Bought lots of stuff off play but not sure if I would buy high cost from them


agree with the higher value bit from play comment but the link you posted is for the 40" after samsung cashback and not the 46" by the OP
#3
and its not led , its backlit so misleading marketing by samsung
#4
:oops:

well whats 6 inches
banned#5
vale of clwyd;7309026
for £829 http://www.froogle.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/samsung/ue40b6000/sams-ue40b6000

Bought lots of stuff off play but not sure if I would buy high cost from them

certainly wouldnt buy anything over £100 from play cos of their 28 day warranties :w00t:
#6
vale of clwyd
:oops:

well whats 6 inches


thats what i tell the missus!:-D:thumbsup:
#7
What 28 day warranties???

"30. All electrical products are covered by a twelve month manufacturer's warranty. If your product develops a fault while under warranty, please contact Play.com and we will advise you where to send it for repair. It is a "return to base" warranty therefore there will be a delivery charge to return the product back to the relevant UK service centre."
#8
28 days is not a warranty I think its something to do with the minimum rights of the buyer to return the item if its not what they thought it was, there was something on the news or panarama in the last week about it stating that most online shops mislead people of their rights. Sounds like its still confusing to some but they seem to have it right.
banned#9
motley;7311674
What 28 day warranties???

"30. All electrical products are covered by a twelve month manufacturer's warranty. If your product develops a fault while under warranty, please contact Play.com and we will advise you where to send it for repair. It is a "return to base" warranty therefore there will be a delivery charge to return the product back to the relevant UK service centre."

that was my point. Play only cover the item for 28 days and then just give you a telno for the manufacturer and leave it to you to sort out. Wouldnt be cheap to send a 46" LED TV back to the manufacturer with damage protection! I would never dream of buying anything over £50 from play
Radar1972;7316564
28 days is not a warranty I think its something to do with the minimum rights of the buyer to return the item if its not what they thought it was, there was something on the news or panarama in the last week about it stating that most online shops mislead people of their rights. Sounds like its still confusing to some but they seem to have it right.

thats why play.com is based in the channel islands. Normal UK law doesnt apply.
#10
The 28 days sounds like your rights under the distance selling regulations.

Either way, Play haven't covered themselves in glory for me over the Xmas period though :(
#11
Shows up as £1229.99 for me.

I guess it's expired

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