Sony Bravia Full HD Freeview 40" LCD TV - KDL40V5500 - £550 @ Very + 9% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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£550 was £1100

Resolution: 1920 x 1080. Contrast ratio 60,000:1. 4 HDMI sockets. Bravia Engine 3. Light sensor. Intelligent picture. Live colour. 24p true cinema. Digital text. DLNA enables wireless connectivity. Wall-mountable (bracket not supplied) H 26.9, w 38.9, d 11.9ins
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#1
Not 100% sure but this might be the model in Costco for £553 - thats with a 5yr warranty.
#2
Evz1974
Not 100% sure but this might be the model in Costco for £553 - thats with a 5yr warranty.


Not everybody has access to Costo seeing as it's meant for businesses and if you're so bothered about warranty, by some with the quidco.

Cold voters - find it cheaper.
#3
Mikey1610
if you're so bothered about warranty, by some with the quidco

What do you mean? :thinking:
#4
Agharta
What do you mean? :thinking:


What I've just said - extend the warranty with Sony if you want longer than whatever this comes with.
#5
Agharta
What do you mean? :thinking:


He means use the £50 quidco payout to buy a separate warranty...I doubt that's likely to happen though!
#6
Great deal if I weren't going to New York in 5 weeks I'd buy this.
#7
550-20% first order discount = 440 - quidco (9% cashback price not incl vat)= c.400 buy now pay later 0% = c.£33.50pm
There might be a further spend over 60 get 30 off voucher, or no codes work at all:thumbsup:

P.s Sony doing a 3 year warranty till end of March I think.
#8
10% off your first order! For all new customers opening a credit account.- according to quidco. So 9% quidco + 10% new customer? 19% off-am i right?
#9
GB credit crunch
10% off your first order! For all new customers opening a credit account.- according to quidco. So 9% quidco + 10% new customer? 19% off-am i right?


Yes, didn't mention it as codes with this place don't go down well on here :)
#10
oos :)
#11
Yep, out of stock now.

There's a 32" one for £399, good deal too imo.
#12
Mikey1610
Not everybody has access to Costo seeing as it's meant for businesses and if you're so bothered about warranty, by some with the quidco.

Cold voters - find it cheaper.


Don't whine about Costco - I don't whine that I don't live near a poundland or when lots of deals on here relate to that, or when its store specific bags of crisps in mongolia for 7p...

If you have membership for Costco - great - if not - go get one - its not hard and for the £25 outlay you will save that on your first shop....

Some people on here eh..........
#13
Evz1974
Don't whine about Costco - I don't whine that I don't live near a poundland or when lots of deals on here relate to that, or when its store specific bags of crisps in mongolia for 7p...

If you have membership for Costco - great - if not - go get one - its not hard and for the £25 outlay you will save that on your first shop....

Some people on here eh..........

Indeed...
It's £3 more expensive at Costco according to you, so this is cheaper. Fairplay on this 5 year warranty, but tbh the OP is right. Costco is meant for business' and costs a further £25 to join, which isnt as easy as it sounds for everyone. Very and Poundland are something available to everyone. If your not close enough to a store or don't have internet access, then tough, but it doesnt change the fact its a deal that ANYONE can benefit from, without needing to pay £25 or frauduantly claim to be a business purchasing for commercial use or resale.

I award you no points.
#14
Erm you don't have to claim to be a business you no0b, also noting the name of this website and its purpose about offering deals - I simply mentioned somewhere else you may be able to get a deal and you jumped up fools can't even accept that and say "you know what the deal isn't for me but thanks for mentioning it", no you have to act like kids which is what is ruining this site these days....

Now go play with your poundland bargains....I am off to Costco :)
#15
Evz1974
Erm you don't have to claim to be a business you no0b

What part of this page is unclear?
http://www.costco.co.uk/what_is_costco/what_is_costco.htm
"to businesses purchasing for commercial use or resale, and also to individuals who are members of selected employment groups."
Seems pretty open and shut to a n00b like me.

Two posts up ^^ you threw your toys outta your pram for the OP pointing out not only was your Costco deal more expensive, but also not available to everyone. Read my post and you'll see I actually agreed you had a valid point on the five year warranty. :roll: Doesnt change the fact that your facts are wrong re Costco and the only person here who's resorted to childish behaviour, calling people n00bs and fools, is you.

I still award you no points.
#16
Erm...as you post - not only business (which costs more in membership if I remember) but select employment groups - i.e pretty much anyone - I am a member and don't own a business - you just go in , fill in a form and bobs you uncle - membership ahoy!

I appreciate you agree re the 5yr thing but I am really sick and tired of people moaning about Costco on this site when they offer a lot of deals far better than you get in the shops (A year ago I picked up a Sony Bravia for about £150 cheaper than anywhere else I could find and got a 5yr warranty thrown in) - I don't post a lot of stuff I see in Costco simply because of moaners here and so be it, however I don't moan when people post deals that are in a Tesco store 500 miles from where I live, are end of line and never seen anywhere else - therefore to me Costco is a more valid store to post deals about in a lot of cases beecause they carry the same stock in every store. I didn't throw my toys out of the pram (because they are my toys and I am keeping them!) - I didn't even say Costco was a better deal - I merely pointed out something that may or may not be of use to people. Also bear in mind its a lot easier to take something back to a store than send it back to some interwebs site quite often and I for one if I can get a similar deal from a store to online would rather the store for that reason alone (case in point buying a Plasma TV from Richer sounds a week ago and not being impressed with it - I took it back and swapped it for a LCD with no hassle - I could have got both sets for around £30 cheaper online but am so glad I didn't bother)

p.s

I love calling people no0bs. Or no0blets.

Thanks.

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