Sony KDL-40EX503 40 Inch Full HD 100Hz Freeview HD LCD TV £624 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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LCD TV:

In-built Freeview HD - for clearer, sharper and more life-like High Definition picture.

Motionflow 100Hz technology.

BRAVIA Engine 3 Technology - the next generation of our digital picture enhancing technology for even cleaner images, hogher contrast and smoother motion sequences.

Television picture quality:

Full HD (1080p).

Freeview HD digital tuner.

40in (102cm) widescreen TV with 101cm visible screen size.

Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.

100Hz.

Connectivity:

4 HDMI sockets.

2 SCART sockets.

Wireless/WiFi enabled.

Requires WiFi dongle, sold separately.

Additional features:

Size of TV H63.6, W98.7, D9.3cm.

Weight of TV 17.5kg (unpackaged).

Suitable for wall mounting (bracket not included).

Manufacturer's 3 year guarantee.

*** FREE £75 ARGOS VOUCHER AND £50 OFF CODE (SONY50) *********

ORIGINAL PRICE £899, REDUCED PRICE £749.99

£624.99 WITH SPECIAL DEALS + QUIDCO (1.5%)
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#1
Isn't it better to get this with the £100 trade in at sony centres (or Tec 7/John Lewis etc), and get the free 5 year warranty?
#2
This deal should reall read £699 as you cant include the £75 voucher can you.
Could you walk in to Argos with £624 and buy this TV ?. £624 cash would be a good price.

Better deals about.
Comet get a 37" Sony pretty much same spec for £499 inc trade in an old TV. Depends on what you want I guess.
Sony KDL37W5810U.
#3
sasha1
Isn't it better to get this with the £100 trade in at sony centres (or Tec 7/John Lewis etc), and get the free 5 year warranty?


ChristianS
This deal should reall read £699 as you cant include the £75 voucher can you.
Could you walk in to Argos with £624 and buy this TV ?.

Better deals about.
Comet get a 40" Sony pretty much same spec for £499 inc trade in an old TV.


Please post links to cheaper products rather than posting you 'may' get cheaper or 'similar' deals elsewhere.
#4
sasha1
Isn't it better to get this with the £100 trade in at sony centres (or Tec 7/John Lewis etc), and get the free 5 year warranty?


I think so.
#5
if there is a better deal for a 100hz sony 40" with freeview HD then post it....
#6
greg_68
Please post links to cheaper products rather than posting you 'may' get cheaper or 'similar' deals elsewhere.


http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/597325/SONY-KDL37W5810U?cm_sp=FeatureEnd-_-LCD_TVs-_-position

Save £100 on this TV with the Sony Trade In offer. Simply enter voucher code BRAVIA100 in the shopping basket page
#7
This is far cheeper and still has 3 yr warranty
#8
40" < 37"

Compare apples with apples
#9
ChristianS
http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/597325/SONY-KDL37W5810U?cm_sp=FeatureEnd-_-LCD_TVs-_-position

Save £100 on this TV with the Sony Trade In offer. Simply enter voucher code BRAVIA100 in the shopping basket page


Does that not prove my point, your similar deal is a 37" :w00t:
#10
Also the 37" is the old model!
#11
greg_68
Does that not prove my point, your similar deal is a 37" :w00t:


Good point :thumbsup:

I quite like the TV, just dont want a £75 Argos voucher. £624 cash would be a good deal.
Shame as them deals in M&S were blinding a few weeks back. Just know another deal like that will come up soon.

40" W series for £449.
#12
Currys selling this for £899.
Go in store and price match against Argos £749.99
Price difference this (£149.01) to get £14.90
minus the trade-in of an old telly (-£100)
Total of £635.09 - quidco/tcb of 3.5% reserving the telly (£22.22). Total £612.87 but no argos vouchers. Bit of a hassle I agree.

not voted either way.
#13
The 40V5810 is available for £499 with trade in from some Sony Centres.
#14
Currys price match.... thats an experience!!!

Everytime Ive tried in the past they have some minor model number suffix ...xxx etc and refuse to match!.
#15
Current discussions re the 40 inch bravias for a bit cheaper for £499
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/668926/sony-40inch-1080p-bravia-kdl-40v581

I picked up the freesat hd 40w5810, which I consider to be a better tool for my job, as I don't want or need freeview hd, for £529 [with 5 year warranty] from Tec 7 with a £100 tradein. I was very tempted to go for this model, as it looks a damn sight more attractive with its brushed metal finish, but the 5810 suits me better.

Sony's £100 trade in for any old tv (literally any) is well worth the effort.
#16
If JL had stock, would they match this given its for delivery only and not in store. If they would then with the £100 trade in you should get this for £599 with the 5yr warranty.

Rob
#17
anyone know if you can apply direct to sony for the trade in? or doesit have to be through a retailer?
#18
Yep LJ deal would be nice, but as you say no stock!!

I can find some great deals with no stock!!
#19
pauljamesking01
anyone know if you can apply direct to sony for the trade in? or doesit have to be through a retailer?


I don't think so as its the retailer who has to collect the old TV.

See here ->http://www.sony.co.uk/hub/tradein

"How to trade in
1. Find your nearest participating store using the store locator below"

pauljamesking01
Yep LJ deal would be nice, but as you say no stock!!

I can find some great deals with no stock!!


Indeed but they have been rumoured to be getting more in anytime now. Also given they raised the price from 749 to 849 on Monday would make me think that might be the case.
#20
welshblob
If JL had stock, would they match this given its for delivery only and not in store. If they would then with the £100 trade in you should get this for £599 with the 5yr warranty.

Rob


pauljamesking01
Yep LJ deal would be nice, but as you say no stock!!

I can find some great deals with no stock!!


How do you get £599?
Argos are selling this for £749.99, so if JL price match this it'll be £649.99 with a trade-in TV, where's the extra £50 knocked off? Unless you are price matching this with some other retailer selling it for £699
#21
toughCookie
How do you get £599?
Argos are selling this for £749.99, so if JL price match this it'll be £649.99 with a trade-in TV, where's the extra £50 knocked off? Unless you are price matching this with some other retailer selling it for £699


As per the OP Argos have the TV at £749 and they have a £50 off code for Sony TV's which, iirc correctly, JL were including in the base price when matching the 40W5500 which was on offer last October. Therefore that would bring the base price to match down to £699 and with £100 trade in = £599.

I doubt JL would match the price with any Argos vouchers though. Also my original question would be whether JL would price match if this was only available for delivery from Argos rather than in stock in store as was the case with the 40W5500 last year.

Rob
#22
You have no chance of pricmatching this deal at currys or JL.

This is a great deal for a sony 40"

There are no 100hz, freeview HD, new series sonys out there right noe for this price.

Orderd wednesday, delery date this friday... cant wait!!!

Still no one has posted a better deal and this is only luke warm????:;-)
#23
You have no chance of pricmatching this deal at currys or JL.

This is a great deal for a sony 40"

There are no 100hz, freeview HD, new series sonys out there right noe for this price.

I don't get this.
As I said, I got the 40w5810 from House of Fraser for £529, with a 5 year warranty.
Pretty much the only differences between that and this tv are mine is freesat hd, not freeview hd, and this tv's better net functionality (eg streaming lovefilm, youtube etc).

You could get this exact model for £560ish from House of Fraser, with the sony trade in. Pick up any old tv from a skip/ebay, drag it in store and save yourself £100. Frankly, it'd be worth buying a tv for £100 and trading it in, for the extra warranty... IMHO.
#24
Yeah this is a very similar set but with the enhanced net feature and sleak new housing which IMO looks much better than the old style.

For anyone looking fro this (or very simlar spec) from sony. there are no better (in stock) deals at the moment.

Mine has arrived this moring!!!:thumbsup:
#25
sasha1
I don't get this.
As I said, I got the 40w5810 from House of Fraser for £529, with a 5 year warranty.
Pretty much the only differences between that and this tv are mine is freesat hd, not freeview hd, and this tv's better net functionality (eg streaming lovefilm, youtube etc).

You could get this exact model for £560ish from House of Fraser, with the sony trade in. Pick up any old tv from a skip/ebay, drag it in store and save yourself £100. Frankly, it'd be worth buying a tv for £100 and trading it in, for the extra warranty... IMHO.


Do HOF price match then? £899 on their website?
#26
Was just about to post the same, sasha1 you keep saying you can get this here, that there but have you actually looked or posted a link the 40w5810 is currently £749 on HOF.
#27
I posted a link earlier, there's another thread on the other tv.
However, the deal I got, as I stated, was during the double discount on bank holiday Monday, so an extra 10% off, + £100 trade in.
You won't get the extra 10% off, [but you might get them to honour it anyway if you say you were promised it on the day - a number of other purchasers in store when I was buying, at the time got the deal honoured a few days later].
However, House of Fraser/Tec 7, and a number of other stores are doing the Sony Trade-in, which makes close to that price attainable without too much work in the big stores. And again, I consider the warranty worth a little extra, (2 extra years over the manufacturer's) etc.

Again, I consider this particular model to be a damn site sexier than mine, with the brushed metal finish, and it has better net features. But freesat HD is more useful to me, as I can't get freeview where I am...

But either way, any 40 inch sony for £530ish was a good deal to me at the time with 5 years warranty (which richer sounds will charge 10% of purchase price for). Frankly, even at £100 more it's worth it - my sister bought the same model ex-display from Sony Centre for £629 two days earlier.

Both TVs (which are near identical in terms of their picture engine etc) are great, so get whichever you can.
But do note that the 40v5810 is not 100hz. The 40w5810 is, as of course is this one.
#28
sasha1
But either way, any 40 inch sony for £530ish was a good deal to me at the time with 5 years warranty (which richer sounds will charge 10% of purchase price for). Frankly, even at £100 more it's worth it - my sister bought the same model ex-display from Sony Centre for £629 two days earlier.


I hear what you are saying as I have the equivalent of the 40W5500 which I got for £499 from JL during a hotdeal last year and is a great TV. I'm keeping my eye out for a decent deal on either the 40W5500, 40W5810 or 40EX503 for my parents. As they live in a Freeview HD area and don't have a sat dish it seems sensible to hang out for a decent deal on the 503. Unfortunately I haven't quite decided exactly where my sweet spot price is yet given the deals that have been around recently .. 3 or 5 yr guarantee, trade in or not, inc delivery, store vouchers etc etc. Given this all seems to be gearing up for the world cup I'm wondering whether once everyone gets stock again then there may be a few more deals going?

Oh and I'm not necessarily in any rush so I can hang out a bit longer.

Rob
#29
Just been over at MSE and spotted a post from SuzieSue. This is still available at £625 until Tuesday, its £799.99, £50 off through Sony Voucher available till the 16th June, £75 Argos voucher and a further £50 off discounted at checkout before the 8th of June and I believe there is free delivery as well. Best deal for this model at the mo with a 3 yr guarantee assuming you can use the £75 voucher.

Cheers
Rob.

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