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Samsung TV Dixons discount codes !

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#1
Thanks & welcome to HUKD rdkilner :)

These codes are posted separately but good to have all in one place.
#2
http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o175/hotukdeals/samsuglcddixons.jpg
#3
lol they really need to learn how to type at dixons the 26" and 32" say they are LDC tv's
#4
Ldc TV ... :roll: time to ask for further discounts :p
#5
link designed (by) cretin?
#6
;-) more like Long Delay (at) Checkout
or Loadsa Deliveries Cancelled:-D
#7
I got the 40" one a few months back with the freeview built in for £850. It's a really nice telly but it get's dusty like you wouldn't believe.
#8
Thanks for this. I got a 32" one from Currys a couple of months ago, but need new codes for myself now.
#9
don't forget to go through quidco 2.5% for dixons
#10
and 5% with your egg card
#11
edi
http://i120.photobucket.com/albums/o175/hotukdeals/samsuglcddixons.jpg

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The voucher number you have entered is incorrect please re-enter the number. (not the coop20 cde btw)
trying to buy the bottom 32" set...
bottom 26" out of stock by the way.
#12
coop20 code now expired sorry guys:x
#13
How does the 5% with your egg card work?
#14
instead of quidco (apologies if against forum rules/interests, please feel free to delete) you have to go thru the link dixons in egg website.

jamesbyou
How does the 5% with your egg card work?
#15
Suniil :- You can mention any cashback site that provides maximum savings :)

jamesbyou :- Welcome to HUKD. If you have an Egg credit card, logon to Egg rewards to visit Dixons site to get 5% cashback.

HTH
#16
suniil
instead of quidco (apologies if against forum rules/interests, please feel free to delete) you have to go thru the link dixons in egg website.


I've got an egg card and I wasn't aware of this. I've just checked, and I can see what you mean.
Thanks!
#17
with egg card you have to be signed in to your account to use the link, and it may hopefully show up on the next statment. and cash back can only be used after the first year, of account opening i think?
#18
Come to think of it, going through Quidco will get me 2.5% and using my Morgan Stanley credit card with get me 3%, so that route is slightly better for me.
Unless I can go via the Egg site and then use another card to pay and still get the 5% from Egg! (probably not, lol)
#19
thanks..
218711DIX - working
COOP20 -- not working

any new codes to get more discount ...
if i put the above code :218711DIX .. price comes down to 589.00
#20
You can get the model up for £10 more delivered:

http://www.digiuk.com/productdetail.asp?id=8131

It looks nicer and has picture in picture!
#21
The only difference between the R74 and the R73 is a blue 'flash' along the front of the TV. No difference in specs.
#22
the 32 inch R74 tv is available for £582 delivered through RGB direct - the cheapest site through pricerunner
#23
Hilly_2006
The only difference between the R74 and the R73 is a blue 'flash' along the front of the TV. No difference in specs.

I think there is, dixons say 'the main difference is a blue flash' the specs are slightly diff I'm sure I checked before.
#24
Just one person's experience here, but we had a Samsung monitor pack up in November. It took them 33 days to replace the monitor (their T&Cs say 5 working days max), this after dozens of fob offs and unmet promises to phone back, and having to stay on hold for 15 minutes multiple times on an 0870 number. I will never buy Samsung again.
#25
Sold out @ digiuk.com So bought the 32" from Dixons, great price - Thanks,
#26
Bought the LE32R73BD for £569 (including delivery) from Dixons.

Thanks for the "COOP20" vouchers guys.
#27
Welcome to rchunduri & zchari5 & mr_rush & bellamy_47 & cuteusmaximus & totallyred & Liverpool_Bear who are all quite new to the forum!!!!
#28
COOP20 has expired
#29
bellamy_47
I think there is, dixons say 'the main difference is a blue flash' the specs are slightly diff I'm sure I checked before.

Care to find them then because I haven't seen any difference when checking the two.
#30
Hi there, thanks for this lead. Just bought a 23" Samsung for £380.98 delivered, using the coop20 discount code. I had to buy a duracell battery for £0.99 to make the total price over £400.00. Therefore being eligable to use the discount code. Great or what, the only other place I saw this LCD on at £399.99 was at play.com (but no dicount codes) Thanks for the lead bud A+++
#31
Differences:

As I said there was, I believe:
a) a better looking set
b) picture in picture (don't hold me to this but I think from memory it allows you to see 2 different channels at the same time). Please check this model has this function but I'm fairly sure it does.

For £10 getting the 'latest' model is worth it as a) it's won awards I believe (What Hi-Fi), b) is marginally better c) is a newer model (keeping up with Jones' etc) and d) may have little things that are improved such as the interface (this is purely presumption as I have not compared the 2 models face to face).

I only posted as this thread was getting quite a lot of attention and I'm not sure why. Buy whatever TV you want (personally I'd get a Pioneer).

Oh and thanks for the hi. I am a newbie and thought I'd join the site to check out ways to save/ waste money! :)
1 Like #32
cuteusmaximus
Just one person's experience here, but we had a Samsung monitor pack up in November. It took them 33 days to replace the monitor (their T&Cs say 5 working days max), this after dozens of fob offs and unmet promises to phone back, and having to stay on hold for 15 minutes multiple times on an 0870 number. I will never buy Samsung again.



Cuteusmaximus, you are right to complain about the service you received from Samsung. However, you should have made your warranty claim through the retailer who sold you the original monitor.

I too had a 19" monitor which packed up after 10 months, after seeking advice on a related matter from consumer direct (a government funded advice bureau http://www.consumerdirect.gov.uk/), I learned that my statutory rights state that I should return my goods to the retailer who sold them to me, and not accept anything less than the retailer handling 100% of your warranty claim. When funds change hands the retailer begins a contract of sale, this contract also includes the warranty. Returning your goods to the retailer your statutory rights are better protected also you don’t not need to concern yourself with the shipment of goods and the burden that the shipment can bring (ie. Postage costs & waiting around for the goods to be returned by couriers), also if the repair is not completed within a "reasonable" amount of time you can ask for refund or replacement

I returned my monitor to my local PCWorld store on November 24th after a blazing row with a clueless monkey behind the counter, who tried to make me call a telephone Monday – Friday 9-5 0870 number to arrange for the warranty claim. I demanded to speak to the manager. After I explained that I knew my rights as a consumer, the monitor was promptly accepted into their possession for a warranty claim. Needless to say, PCWorld did not contact me nor inform me of the progress of the claim. I waited until December 27th before I returned to the store. Their policy definition for a "reasonable" amount of time is 4 weeks. It hardly surprised me to find that PCWorld were still in possession of my original monitor, as over 4 weeks had passed, I demanded a brand new replacement, much to my expectation, my demand had to pass through the store manager. But eventually (after being in the store for 2 hours) I received a brand new 19 widescreen monitor like the above mentioned TV's which should have cost £40 more than the original monitor, the difference was waived.

I bought my original monitor from my local store, but, As with any DSG international company, my rights to return the goods to the local store would still be applicable even if I had bought the goods online.

Consumer victory!

If this post achieves anything, I like to ask everyone who reads this post look at the Direct.gov and ConsumerDirect websites, it certainly helped me, you never know when you may need similar advice. http://www.direct.gov.uk, http://www.consumerdirect.gov.uk/
#33
R74 Series

http://www.samsung.com/uk/products/television/tftlcd/le26r74bdxxeu.asp?page=Features

R73 Series

http://www.samsung.com/uk/products/television/tftlcd/le26r73bdxxeu.asp?page=Features

Been through all specs and features and they're EXACTLY the same, and thats according to their official site.
#34
Danb
Cuteusmaximus, you are right to complain about the service you received from Samsung. However, you should have made your warranty claim through the retailer who sold you the original monitor.

I too had a 19" monitor which packed up after 10 months, after seeking advice on a related matter from consumer direct (a government funded advice bureau http://www.consumerdirect.gov.uk/), I learned that my statutory rights state that I should return my goods to the retailer who sold them to me, and not accept anything less than the retailer handling 100% of your warranty claim. When funds change hands the retailer begins a contract of sale, this contract also includes the warranty. Returning your goods to the retailer your statutory rights are better protected also you don’t not need to concern yourself with the shipment of goods and the burden that the shipment can bring (ie. Postage costs & waiting around for the goods to be returned by couriers), also if the repair is not completed within a "reasonable" amount of time you can ask for refund or replacement

I returned my monitor to my local PCWorld store on November 24th after a blazing row with a clueless monkey behind the counter, who tried to make me call a telephone Monday – Friday 9-5 0870 number to arrange for the warranty claim. I demanded to speak to the manager. After I explained that I knew my rights as a consumer, the monitor was promptly accepted into their possession for a warranty claim. Needless to say, PCWorld did not contact me nor inform me of the progress of the claim. I waited until December 27th before I returned to the store. Their policy definition for a "reasonable" amount of time is 4 weeks. It hardly surprised me to find that PCWorld were still in possession of my original monitor, as over 4 weeks had passed, I demanded a brand new replacement, much to my expectation, my demand had to pass through the store manager. But eventually (after being in the store for 2 hours) I received a brand new 19 widescreen monitor like the above mentioned TV's which should have cost £40 more than the original monitor, the difference was waived.

I bought my original monitor from my local store, but, As with any DSG international company, my rights to return the goods to the local store would still be applicable even if I had bought the goods online.

Consumer victory!

If this post achieves anything, I like to ask everyone who reads this post look at the Direct.gov and ConsumerDirect websites, it certainly helped me, you never know when you may need similar advice. http://www.direct.gov.uk, http://www.consumerdirect.gov.uk/

Thanks for the advice mate. How did you prove that you had delivered it to them to handle the claim though, and how did you know they were still in possession of your monitor?
#35
Danb

I bought my original monitor from my local store, but, As with any DSG international company, my rights to return the goods to the local store would still be applicable even if I had bought the goods online.

Consumer victory!


Congratulations!! If something's not right with a service, check out your rights, go down there and make sure they know that you know what they are. It's worked for me many times in the past with shops and over the phone for internet sales. Hint: The distance selling act (http://www.oft.gov.uk/Business/Legal/DSR/default.htm) is usually a good thing to check over before you ring ;)

Getting back on-topic, the R73 and R74 are *identical* to the component level, the only difference is cosmetic and that the R73 seems to be exclusive to Currys/Dixons in the UK
Also, take care when entering the codes, you need to ensure you do not have any leading spaces and that you click on 'update', don't just push return!
#36
Hilly_2006
Thanks for the advice mate. How did you prove that you had delivered it to them to handle the claim though, and how did you know they were still in possession of your monitor?


Hi Hilly_2006, Sorry, I didn't make that clear. I returned the monitor to the store in person. When I returned a month later they eventually tracked down the faulty monitor, it was behind the counter in their service center, still broken.

Dan
#37
COOP20 seems to have expired
1 Like #38
Hi all,

Don't know if this will help anyone:

Codes for Dixons:

PERKZ2007A - £10 off orders over £300
PERKZ2007B - £20 off orders over £600
PERKZ2007C - £30 off orders over £900

Kind regards
#39
Hi,

You could also use:

DISCOUNT25 - £25 Discount when spending over £300
DISCOUNT50 - £50 Discount when spending over £600

The beauty of these is that they should work for anything on the Dixon's website.

Rob.
#40
AseriesMan
Hi,

You could also use:

DISCOUNT25 - £25 Discount when spending over £300
DISCOUNT50 - £50 Discount when spending over £600

The beauty of these is that they should work for anything on the Dixon's website.

Rob.


they dont work for the tv mate

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