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SONY 32" P3020 Only £449.99 Plus a Free 5 Year Warranty Instore

£449.99 @ Sony UK
I Popped into my local Sony Centre and they have the KDL32p3020 plus a 5 year warranty for only £449.99 Thats a bargain!!!!!
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I Popped into my local Sony Centre and they have the KDL32p3020 plus a 5 year warranty for only £449.99 Thats a bargain!!!!!
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#2
yeah but only a 12 month warranty and its prob a grey import, not to mention the hassle with dealing with online companies if it goes wrong
#3
Only £399 at sainsburys, dont get 5 year warranty but get 1year.
#4
Sale i think you missed the OP's point included at Sony Centre was a 5 year guarantee while totoal digital only has the default 12 months.
I have one of these televisions and make no mistake the OP's deal is a bargain!!!!
#5
whippetquick;2022139
Only £399 at sainsburys, dont get 5 year warranty but get 1year.

That was the KDL32U3000 which is not as good as the P version (doesn't have the Bravia engine which improves picture quality). This is a much better buy, the extra £50 is well worth it for the better set and the guarantee.
#6
£50 for extra 4 years warranty is very good comparing to what everybody else change for extending warranty
#7
voted hot as sony centre is usally a rip off and this is a bargain and 5 year warranty well worth it.
#8
timber;2022147
Sale i think you missed the OP's point included at Sony Centre was a 5 year guarantee while totoal digital only has the default 12 months.
I have one of these televisions and make no mistake the OP's deal is a bargain!!!!

I stand corrected then, also will vote hot. :thumbsup:
#9
nice find heat and rep added:thumbsup:
#10
is it really good deal?
#11
Would this work well with a PS3 ?

So many 32" deals at the moment, really struggling to work out which to buy... !

Is this any good Samsung LE37R87BDX 37" £450

Want a good console TV, would like a good warranty but the TV is more important
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Nice Deal :)

:-D
#13
bright_spk
Would this work well with a PS3 ?

So many 32" deals at the moment, really struggling to work out which to buy... !

Is this any good Samsung LE37R87BDX 37" £450

Want a good console TV, would like a good warranty but the TV is more important


I would personally go with the samsung... the extra 5 inches for the same price really make a difference!:thumbsup:
#14
i got this for £450 on boxing day at richer sounds, and the warranties worth about £150, i would hope it would be good with the sony centre?
#15
Which one is better? SONY 32P3020 or SONY 32S3000. Can somebody enlighten me please. Thanks.
#16
not bad. Good find
#17
extended five year warranty is the catch for the deal.
#18
mistry123
I would personally go with the samsung... the extra 5 inches for the same price really make a difference!:thumbsup:


But this is a Sony. Voted hot.
#19
Anyone got an idea of who the letter of the models go?
Also this doesnt have a real bravia engine does it?
Also is it 1080p?
Thanks :D
#20
pet2000
Which one is better? SONY 32P3020 or SONY 32S3000. Can somebody enlighten me please. Thanks.

Pet2000-The s3000 is better as it has live colour creation but its is more expensive, this 32p3020 deal is only a exclusive offer they have instore this bank holiday weekend as they usually only sell the 37p3020

Ommid-in the 32 range they go from u3000(rubbish an only in supermarkets), p3020, s3000- t3000 are the same spec/same tv with a different shell but the t is a sony centre exclusive and is sold slightly cheaper and finally the d3000 which is 100hz, Sony dont make a 32" 1080p as of yet but the new 32w4000 should have it which is released soon in sony stores, hope this has been of some help
#21
Yes it has a bravia engine but not 1080p, only 1080i

http://www.sonycentres.co.uk/product.asp?did=18_7_168_1549

I have the 26" version and it's a very very good TV, not had a problem with mine :)
#22
If you can visit a John Lewis store, they will match the sainsburys price and you will get a 5 year warranty.

Job done.
#23
charles w
If you can visit a John Lewis store, they will match the sainsburys price and you will get a 5 year warranty.

Job done.

Sainsbury dont sell it, they have the kdl32u3000 which is rubbish, Its that bad they wont touch it in sony stores
#24
:) I bought the Sony KDL32S3000 - 32'' Widescreen Bravia HD from Amazon just over a month ago for £449 (better picture than the P)

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-KDL32S3000-Widescreen-Bravia-Freeview/dp/B000OQBUC2/hotukdeals-21

& at the time they were offering a 3yr warranty supplied by Sony

To my suprise when the extended warranty turned up it was for 5yrs by Domestic & General (good company)

Might be worth seeing if the warranty deal is still on at Amazon plus keep any eye on the price after you have bought it as if it drops in the next 30 days they refund the difference:thumbsup:
#25
has anyone ever successfully haggled in a sony centre?
#26
my sisters bf haggled a free dvd recorder when he bought a 52 in tv..
#27
pet2000
Which one is better? SONY 32P3020 or SONY 32S3000. Can somebody enlighten me please. Thanks.


s3000 is thinner, lighter, black (not grey), 3 hdmi's, couple of other things but can't remember of the top of my head

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