10% off £40 orders - AO/eBay (Hisense H49N6600 49 Inch 4K Curved Smart LED TV - £350.10 / Toshiba 55U6763DB 55 Inch Smart LED 4K TV - £386.10)
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10% off £40 orders - AO/eBay (Hisense H49N6600 49 Inch 4K Curved Smart LED TV - £350.10 / Toshiba 55U6763DB 55 Inch Smart LED 4K TV - £386.10)

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Found 26th Feb
Could be some bargains to be had on AO today. Using code P10AO will drop 10% off all orders over £40

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Hisense H49N6600 49 Inch Curved Smart LED TV 4K Ultra HD - £350.10

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Blurb from Argos:

With the Hisense 49-inch Smart TV you'll experience stunning Ultra HD 4K resolution. The immersive curved design surrounds you with entertainment, so you'll never missing a moment of sport. With Freeview Play you can enjoy BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, My5 and UKTV Play plus, over 70 digital channels and 15 HD channels. Stream content from Netflix, Amazon, or BBC iPlayer and enjoy all your favourite boxsets.

With 3 USB ports and 4 HDMI sockets there's plenty of connections for plugging in extras. Connect an external hard drive or USB stick to view photos, watch films and record TV. Plus, catch up on the best TV in the house with Freeview Play, coming soon.

Netflix, Amazon, Youtube, BBC iplayer, Wukai, Plex.






Toshiba 55U6763DB 55 Inch Smart LED 4K TV- £386.10

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Ultra HD
Live and breathe the on-screen action with a Toshiba 4K UHD TV. Bringing you exhilarating life-like picture clarity, 4K UHD TVs display four times more detail than Full HD models.

Toshiba Smart Portal

A whole new world of entertainment awaits you on your Toshiba big screen TV and it’s all just one click away. Choose from Toshiba’s huge range of music, video, TV and social media apps. With NetflixⓇ and YouTube™, you will find plenty of 4K content. And, with Opera TV, you can discover even more entertainment variety.

WLAN
WLAN transforms your TV experience, bringing you an instant connection to the outside world. Tune into more music and entertainment or check and update your status on social media.

Video on Demand
Don't miss out on any global video hits and YouTube™ sensations. There is no end of things to watch with local and worldwide video applications.

Features:
4K Ultra HD TV4 x HDMI, 3 x USB, 1 x Scart connectionsUSB recording functionalityToshiba Smart Portal entertainment hubInternal WLAN and Bluetooth
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AJ9254 s ago

Curved


For your pleasure
If the item has a defect you would be entitled to a 100% refund no matter what the T+C's are, that's just the law within the UK.
If you opened it and then returned it because the colour doesn't match your room then yes you may have to pay the charge, I see this as fair game really.
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HellriderUKDeals692 h, 54 m ago

Blurb from their eBay returns policy:If you've used the productWe're happy …Blurb from their eBay returns policy:If you've used the productWe're happy for you to unpack the item and inspect it properly, however, if you've used or installed it, we will only make a partial refund to cover the loss in value of the product. Please note, this could be up to 50% of the price of the item. Your refund will be made within 30 days of collection.


Totally illegal. Of course you're allowed to 'try' a TV/device just as you would in a shop! You don't walk into JL and have a member of staff saying "you can look at it turned off but if you turn it on or press any buttons you can't return it". No law exists allowing AO to say that, period.

Luckily PayPal/eBay buyer protection have you covered. You would just open an eBay returns case and quote the law and they wouldn't have a leg to stand on. Amazon, JL, Richer, Argos etc all know the law and follow it - don't let AO try and fool you or get round it. They just try it on for unsuspecting (elderly?) customers so they can rake the cash in!

Also look at how misleading their PR is about 'hassle free/free returns'. Honestly it's a disgrace they try this on but YOU don't have to let them get away with it, and luckily like I say eBay and PayPal has you covered.
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AJ9254 s ago

Curved


For your pleasure
BuzzDuraband39 m ago

Hisense H43N5500 N Series 43 Inch Smart LED TV 4K Ultra HD - £305.10


Happen to know the response time? These hisense TVs seem to be 50ms
Blurb from their eBay returns policy:

If you've used the product

We're happy for you to unpack the item and inspect it properly, however, if you've used or installed it, we will only make a partial refund to cover the loss in value of the product. Please note, this could be up to 50% of the price of the item. Your refund will be made within 30 days of collection.
Which is the best one?
Remember to take into account the environment in which you'll be viewing a curved television. If there are several people sat a distance apart not directly in front of the TV a flat screen may be more appropriate. However if it's just going to be you a curved screen is ideal.
Edited by: "Chriswsm" 26th Feb
Yep this is a duplicate deal
HellriderUKDeals692 h, 8 m ago

Blurb from their eBay returns policy:If you've used the productWe're happy …Blurb from their eBay returns policy:If you've used the productWe're happy for you to unpack the item and inspect it properly, however, if you've used or installed it, we will only make a partial refund to cover the loss in value of the product. Please note, this could be up to 50% of the price of the item. Your refund will be made within 30 days of collection.



Sounds fair really, why should everyone else pay extra so they can cover the costs of few idiots messing around with an appliance for two weeks and returning it?
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BenderRodriguez21 m ago

Sounds fair really, why should everyone else pay extra so they can cover …Sounds fair really, why should everyone else pay extra so they can cover the costs of few idiots messing around with an appliance for two weeks and returning it?


Other retailers manage margins just fine and offer similar prices to AO, all without the restock charge for the DSR procedure.

If others can accept a return without the penalty, still turn a profit, let alone compete with AO, then it just seems like greed from AO IMO. The nature of business online is that your customer likely hasn't had the chance to view a TV first etc, if you sell an item like that then you factor into your sale price a possible return, again, others manage just fine.
BenderRodriguez21 m ago

Sounds fair really, why should everyone else pay extra so they can cover …Sounds fair really, why should everyone else pay extra so they can cover the costs of few idiots messing around with an appliance for two weeks and returning it?

Because you cannot possibly inspect a display properly without turning it on. The panel is 90% of what a TV or monitor is. I had a monitor from Amazon not so long ago that looked absolutely fine from a quick visual inspection, yet when I turned it on the panel was completely busted. Not to mention that it's ultimately irrelevant whether it's been used or not once the box is unsealed and it's been unpacked. It can't be sold as new at that point either way, and obviously any damage caused would be deducted from the refund whether it's been used or not. Their policy makes no sense.
If the item has a defect you would be entitled to a 100% refund no matter what the T+C's are, that's just the law within the UK.
If you opened it and then returned it because the colour doesn't match your room then yes you may have to pay the charge, I see this as fair game really.
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HellriderUKDeals692 h, 54 m ago

Blurb from their eBay returns policy:If you've used the productWe're happy …Blurb from their eBay returns policy:If you've used the productWe're happy for you to unpack the item and inspect it properly, however, if you've used or installed it, we will only make a partial refund to cover the loss in value of the product. Please note, this could be up to 50% of the price of the item. Your refund will be made within 30 days of collection.


Totally illegal. Of course you're allowed to 'try' a TV/device just as you would in a shop! You don't walk into JL and have a member of staff saying "you can look at it turned off but if you turn it on or press any buttons you can't return it". No law exists allowing AO to say that, period.

Luckily PayPal/eBay buyer protection have you covered. You would just open an eBay returns case and quote the law and they wouldn't have a leg to stand on. Amazon, JL, Richer, Argos etc all know the law and follow it - don't let AO try and fool you or get round it. They just try it on for unsuspecting (elderly?) customers so they can rake the cash in!

Also look at how misleading their PR is about 'hassle free/free returns'. Honestly it's a disgrace they try this on but YOU don't have to let them get away with it, and luckily like I say eBay and PayPal has you covered.
Edited by: "deleted1061667" 26th Feb
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seems great price. i love this tv
deleted106166726th Feb

Totally illegal. Of course you're allowed to 'try' a TV/device just as you …Totally illegal. Of course you're allowed to 'try' a TV/device just as you would in a shop! You don't walk into JL and have a member of staff saying "you can look at it turned off but if you turn it on or press any buttons you can't return it". No law exists allowing AO to say that, period.Luckily PayPal/eBay buyer protection have you covered. You would just open an eBay returns case and quote the law and they wouldn't have a leg to stand on. Amazon, JL, Richer, Argos etc all know the law and follow it - don't let AO try and fool you or get round it. They just try it on for unsuspecting (elderly?) customers so they can rake the cash in!Also look at how misleading their PR is about 'hassle free/free returns'. Honestly it's a disgrace they try this on but YOU don't have to let them get away with it, and luckily like I say eBay and PayPal has you covered.


You are right but eBay policy covers the buyer for only 60 days after which you would have to prove that any defects existed from day one. I get the feeling that AO will do anything to wiggle out of it.
Anyone know if this hisense would be okay for the xbox one x?
Al3xander32 m ago

If the item has a defect you would be entitled to a 100% refund no matter …If the item has a defect you would be entitled to a 100% refund no matter what the T+C's are, that's just the law within the UK.If you opened it and then returned it because the colour doesn't match your room then yes you may have to pay the charge, I see this as fair game really.


But what if the picture quality is not up to your expectation or SD upscaling is terrible? A huge risk without viewing it in store first.
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Snakeyes64613 m ago

Anyone know if this hisense would be okay for the xbox one x?


Of course!
What ever the reason you are allowed a refund under the consumers rights law up to 30days. The item in question needs to be of satisfactory quality to the Customer that is the law and its entirely down to the customer what satisfactory is.
Any reason no matter what it is, you are covered for a full refund.

Sellers can say what they like.
Law trumps their own policies.

Even after 30days they are obliged to fix the issue in someway for 1 year, may that be replacement/fixing. etc
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HellriderUKDeals6914 m ago

You are right but eBay policy covers the buyer for only 60 days after …You are right but eBay policy covers the buyer for only 60 days after which you would have to prove that any defects existed from day one. I get the feeling that AO will do anything to wiggle out of it.


Probably, but only if you don't stand your ground and show them you know the law and won't back down. I've had this kind of stuff from companies and always won because I knew I was right. Ideally, to save yourself the hassle, it's better to stick to Amazon, JL and Richer. Maybe Argos too. Supermarkets are also great at returns/guarantee honouring.
I wished JL matched the price
Quite fancy the Samsung UE55MU6400 for £539. Is it likely Curry's would price match this? There website say's they price match AO.com - but this being AO eBay store im not so sure...
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Ben_Talbot49 m ago

Quite fancy the Samsung UE55MU6400 for £539. Is it likely Curry's would …Quite fancy the Samsung UE55MU6400 for £539. Is it likely Curry's would price match this? There website say's they price match AO.com - but this being AO eBay store im not so sure...


Eventually the prices will drop everywhere - probably for Easter bank holiday. It always goes like that, every year.
danj3036 h, 2 m ago

How is this not a duplicate of this one? …How is this not a duplicate of this one? https://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/10-off-everything-in-ao-ebay-store-over-40-spend-2900359


Because our world is rigged.
danj3036 h, 7 m ago

How is this not a duplicate of this one? …How is this not a duplicate of this one? https://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/10-off-everything-in-ao-ebay-store-over-40-spend-2900359


Yeah, have to agree this is a duplicate page technically, wonder if it'll get reported and removed though?
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CaiGuy1 m ago

Yeah, have to agree this is a duplicate page technically, wonder if it'll …Yeah, have to agree this is a duplicate page technically, wonder if it'll get reported and removed though?


Have you reported it?
BuzzDuraband8 m ago

Have you reported it?


Yeah just after writing my comment, isn't that what you're supposed to do with duplicate threads?
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CaiGuy3 m ago

Yeah just after writing my comment, isn't that what you're supposed to do …Yeah just after writing my comment, isn't that what you're supposed to do with duplicate threads?


Possibly. I don't personally feel it's a duplicate thread. I have stated quite clearly the Hisense H49N6600 and the Toshiba 55U6763DB in the deals title.

If we're basing the fact it's a duplicate on the '10% off £40 orders' part, I apologise for including such solid and/or vital information to the TVs reductions.

As an FYI, I wasn't aware of the post listed in vouchers, the promotion is plastered all over the eBay home page. I've popped on to it though and added some heat

It wasn't intended to upset anybody, quite the opposite actually.
Is this just via ebay? I want to choose sat delivery???
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jordon11 m ago

Is this just via ebay? I want to choose sat delivery???


Sadly, I did check on their website, but it wasn't to be
HellriderUKDeals693 h, 33 m ago

But what if the picture quality is not up to your expectation or SD …But what if the picture quality is not up to your expectation or SD upscaling is terrible? A huge risk without viewing it in store first.


Go and view one in a store then, rather than have AO spend time and money sending it to your home for you to 'ponder', then expect to return a used item that they cannot charge full price for anymore at zero cost to you (I guess they will be paying return shipping for you too?).

I have never purchased from AO, but 100% agree with this policy.

Too many time wasters in this world, get off your a*se and go and look first if you plan on being picky.
I see the HUKD legal team are out in force tonight!
ezzer7228 m ago

Go and view one in a store then, rather than have AO spend time and money …Go and view one in a store then, rather than have AO spend time and money sending it to your home for you to 'ponder', then expect to return a used item that they cannot charge full price for anymore at zero cost to you (I guess they will be paying return shipping for you too?).I have never purchased from AO, but 100% agree with this policy.Too many time wasters in this world, get off your a*se and go and look first if you plan on being picky.


Why are you even commenting on a thread if you have never purchased from AO and don't know what their return policy is? Are you taking commission from them? Too many trolls like you who sit on their rear ends and give useless advice.
HellriderUKDeals697 m ago

Why are you even commenting on a thread if you have never purchased from …Why are you even commenting on a thread if you have never purchased from AO and don't know what their return policy is? Are you taking commission from them? Too many trolls like you who sit on their rear ends and give useless advice.


Haha, good one - I sit on my rear end...

I have seen hundreds of AO offers, and do understand their returns policy (I have also seen hundreds of like you having the same whine).

Just think about the morals of what you are expecting.

You want to sit in your armchair, have a number of people pick, pack and deliver a very large boxed, brand new TV to your home so that you can plug it in, be not astounded (it's around £350, so has to be perfect!) and then have a load more people pick it up, check it over, restock it, and then resell it (at a reduced price), just because you can't be bothered going to look at one in Argos/JL/Currys etc.

Just imagine if someone wasted your time and money like that, how would you feel?
ezzer7210 m ago

Haha, good one - I sit on my rear end...I have seen hundreds of AO offers, …Haha, good one - I sit on my rear end...I have seen hundreds of AO offers, and do understand their returns policy (I have also seen hundreds of like you having the same whine).Just think about the morals of what you are expecting.You want to sit in your armchair, have a number of people pick, pack and deliver a very large boxed, brand new TV to your home so that you can plug it in, be not astounded (it's around £350, so has to be perfect!) and then have a load more people pick it up, check it over, restock it, and then resell it (at a reduced price), just because you can't be bothered going to look at one in Argos/JL/Currys etc.Just imagine if someone wasted your time and money like that, how would you feel?



Get a life and do some proper job. I haven't said a single thing what you are accusing me for. I didn't say it is ok to watch the TV for 2 weeks and then return it, it's your corrupted mind or being a commission agent for AO that's assuming it.
DeLonghi ESAM 2600 coffee machine. From 179 down to 161 with the code. #justsayin
Edited by: "czepeklidera" 26th Feb
Doesn't post to Northern Ireland
Doesn't the distance selling Reg's allow you to buy something online and return it if you change your mind? Appreciate retailers may not like it but it's the law isn't it? To be clear, I'm not talking about someone using the item for just under the 14 days then returning it because they can. People genuinely change their mind having seen it's not quite what they want or looks like online and that's what the regs give protection for I think? Anyone I'm sure someone more clued up will correct me if I'm mistaken.
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