Sony KDL37W5500U 37" 1080p 100hz LCD TV £584.99 inc. £15 off code + free del @ Sainsburys - HotUKDeals
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currently on offer @ sainsburys for £599.99 but using the £15 off code brings it to £584.99

free next day delivery. dont know about quidco though?
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#1
quite deep for wall mounting IMO at 30cm

I prefer the LG 42LH4000 http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/539364/lg-42lh4000-42-lcd-full-hd-100hz-tv
which is £35 cheaper and is 42"

its not Sony though for folks hung up on 'fancy' brand names
#2
Cold sorry, as I think the Panasonic 42" TV I've just posted is a better deal, for just £15 more!
#3
There are better deals out there, but if you've got staff discount as well (@15% at the moment) then this is a great deal for £494.99 including the £15-off code, I think.
#4
Brad
Cold sorry, as I think the Panasonic 42" TV I've just posted is a better deal, for just £15 more!


You cant compare deals on different sized TV's, as a 42" may be too big for someone that wants a 37".
#5
Biker Jeff
You cant compare deals on different sized TV's, as a 42" may be too big for someone that wants a 37".


Buy the 37" Panny instead then. Still a better TV :lol:
#6
I've given this heat. I've been shopping round for a 37" TV as I don't really have the space to have anything bigger. Its only a £15 saving but its still pretty decent.
#7
christ_
There are better deals out there, but if you've got staff discount as well (@15% at the moment) then this is a great deal for £494.99 including the £15-off code, I think.


Is there a code for staff discount? Or is that being too cheeky? :oops:
#8
luckymummy
Is there a code for staff discount? Or is that being too cheeky? :oops:


That's being quite cheeky. No there's not a code, the person with the discount card has to ring up, quote the discount card details and it gets it added to their sainsbury's website account.
If you have a friend that has one though - if they go with you to a store, they may be willing to let you use their card to get it from a store at £509.99 (although technically that's gross misconduct as I've just been reminded).

Basically you can ignore everything above and the answer is no.
#9
Cheers OP, I have just ordered one. I was going to order this from Sainsburys the other day but it was out of stock when I looked and was gutted! thought I had missed the boat and had to go traipsing round the stores to find one (which I don't have time to do). I had been looking for weeks for a better price on this particular model but wasn't aware of the £15 off voucher code. Thanks for your timely post!

H&R
#10
christ_
That's being quite cheeky. No there's not a code, the person with the discount card has to ring up, quote the discount card details and it gets it added to their sainsbury's website account.
If you have a friend that has one though - if they go with you to a store, they may be willing to let you use their card to get it from a store at £509.99 (although technically that's gross misconduct as I've just been reminded).

Basically you can ignore everything above and the answer is no.


Apologies for the cheeky question - put you on the spot though didn't it? Merry Crimbo :santa:
#11
luckymummy
Apologies for the cheeky question - put you on the spot though didn't it? Merry Crimbo :santa:


No worries, I got a 40" sony this time last year from sainsburys and haven't regretted it once - enjoy your new TV :thumbsup:
#12
andynicol
quite deep for wall mounting IMO at 30cm

I prefer the LG 42LH4000 http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/539364/lg-42lh4000-42-lcd-full-hd-100hz-tv
which is £35 cheaper and is 42"

its not Sony though for folks hung up on 'fancy' brand names


Surely that 30cm includes the plinth though?
Otherwise that would be mad!!
#13
Sorry, but buying Sony tvs has nothing to do with 'fancy brands'. Their picture always speaks for itself. I live in Spain and shop in local hypermarkets Hipercor and Carrefour and they always have a massive tv section with rows of tvs on display, and with my eyes the Sony Bravia pictures are light-years ahead of the rest for vivid colour and contrast. The W series (i.e this tv) was rigged up to a PS 3 last week and playing a blueray disk of some "Virtical Limit" type climbing film, and the sparkling ice face looked like you could reach out and touch it - staggeringly, sharp, detailed and lifelike. The Toshiba next to it was dull as dishwater in comparison. I'm only looking for a good TV deal on here for my dad by the way, as I still have a 21" TV that's 14 years old! What brand? Sony of course!!
#14
Just off to buy one instore (my daughter works in Sainsbury - so we get staff discount)
:thumbsup:
#15
It's a very nice tv - :thumbsup: and there were another 7 left in stock in Kidlington last night!

I was viewing my holiday photos on it via a usb stick last night - and tonight I'm going to hook it up to my LAN.

Now hooked up the LAN and I can browse my NAS and the Vaio laptop from it.
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