Unfortunately, this deal is no longer valid
Samsung QE65Q60 65 inch, QLED 4K Ultra HD £879 @ VERY via Buy Now Pay Later (£1099 Else)
467° Expired

Samsung QE65Q60 65 inch, QLED 4K Ultra HD £879 @ VERY via Buy Now Pay Later (£1099 Else)

£879£965.519%Very Deals
20
Posted 31st Oct

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

20% back on Samsung products with BNPL at Very. Don't think its account specific.

65" QLED TV for £879 from £1099 - Richer sounds are £1099 - £125 voucher (£974)

Galaxy watch for £239.20 very.co.uk/sam…prd

The Frame 55 inch Art Mode QLED 4K HDR Smart TV £1279
very.co.uk/sam…prd Currently £1374 at richer sounds with voucher code

Lots of products included in the offer, fridges, washing machines, mobiles, tablets etc
Community Updates

Groups

20 Comments
Great price for this 65 inch Sammy QLED, Buckle. Heat mate! 🔥
Brilliant Qled tv.
still cheaper at Richer sounds as very want 159 for 5 year warranty. Doubt anymore in right mind will shell out best part of 1k with just a year warranty.
rickj01/11/2019 05:38

still cheaper at Richer sounds as very want 159 for 5 year warranty. …still cheaper at Richer sounds as very want 159 for 5 year warranty. Doubt anymore in right mind will shell out best part of 1k with just a year warranty.



Well the three last TVs bought were over 1K and no long guarantees but have a left mind so OK.
rickj01/11/2019 05:38

still cheaper at Richer sounds as very want 159 for 5 year warranty. …still cheaper at Richer sounds as very want 159 for 5 year warranty. Doubt anymore in right mind will shell out best part of 1k with just a year warranty.


I agree having peace of mind is important for such expensive things. And I've bought a few tvs from richer sounds - top company in my experience.

However, I think UK law still covers you for six years anyway, under the sales of goods act, regardless of manufacturer warranty:

thisismoney.co.uk/mon…tml
Mrsweet01/11/2019 11:54

I agree having peace of mind is important for such expensive things. And …I agree having peace of mind is important for such expensive things. And I've bought a few tvs from richer sounds - top company in my experience.However, I think UK law still covers you for six years anyway, under the sales of goods act, regardless of manufacturer warranty:https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/bills/article-1690541/Currys-fixed-broken-TV-after-26-months.html


Good luck with that if you have nothing better to do. You have to prove the fault and it's very time consuming. Like for like this very deal is more expensive when warranty taken into account .My last 2 tv both high end models didn't last the 5 years warranty and were refunded without question .Each to their own if you want to take a chance with a year warranty then fight the retailer if it develops a fault .Pretty sure likes of Richer, JL. etc would blow these 12m warranty deals out of the water if they started just doing a 12m warranty with a option to buy longer one .
morrig01/11/2019 10:28

Well the three last TVs bought were over 1K and no long guarantees but …Well the three last TVs bought were over 1K and no long guarantees but have a left mind so OK.


Anyone???
rickj01/11/2019 13:09

Good luck with that if you have nothing better to do. You have to prove …Good luck with that if you have nothing better to do. You have to prove the fault and it's very time consuming. Like for like this very deal is more expensive when warranty taken into account .My last 2 tv both high end models didn't last the 5 years warranty and were refunded without question .Each to their own if you want to take a chance with a year warranty then fight the retailer if it develops a fault .Pretty sure likes of Richer, JL. etc would blow these 12m warranty deals out of the water if they started just doing a 12m warranty with a option to buy longer one .


I don't need the good luck thank you as also rocking a high end set with 5 1/2 years guarantee left.

You're certainly right, it is more hassle to refer to UK law to get a problem sorted, if you're unlucky enough to have a problem occur. And if you do a like for like on a longer warranty, this set is more expensive. Again, I agree with you.

But all I was saying is that it's not a clear cut case of not having a leg to stand on after one or two years, as a friend of mine got a TV fixed after 3 years when it only had a two year warranty. She just mentioned the sales of goods act.

I'm pretty sure that Richer sounds didn't magically come up with the number 6 for the years of their guarantee, Julian Richer just had good business sense; it aligned with the protection offered by the SOGA for the minimum expected life of a TV in terms of durability.

It's all bout people having all the information available to them so they can make an informed decision best for them - as some may want to save money to acheive their dream TV set and be prepared to take on some hassle should a problem happen (which it may or may not).

If you're in a position to get a set with the longest guarantee possible from the vendor, that is always the preferred safe option, which is what you are also saying
Mrsweet01/11/2019 13:26

I don't need the good luck thank you as also rocking a high end set with 5 …I don't need the good luck thank you as also rocking a high end set with 5 1/2 years guarantee left. You're certainly right, it is more hassle to refer to UK law to get a problem sorted, if you're unlucky enough to have a problem occur. And if you do a like for like on a longer warranty, this set is more expensive. Again, I agree with you. But all I was saying is that it's not a clear cut case of not having a leg to stand on after one or two years, as a friend of mine got a TV fixed after 3 years when it only had a two year warranty. She just mentioned the sales of goods act.I'm pretty sure that Richer sounds didn't magically come up with the number 6 for the years of their guarantee, Julian Richer just had good business sense; it aligned with the protection offered by the SOGA for the minimum expected life of a TV in terms of durability.It's all bout people having all the information available to them so they can make an informed decision best for them - as some may want to save money to acheive their dream TV set and be prepared to take on some hassle should a problem happen (which it may or may not). If you're in a position to get a set with the longest guarantee possible from the vendor, that is always the preferred safe option, which is what you are also saying


I think Mr Richer went with 6 year warranty due to fact no one else has a 6 year warranty so when doing a price match under like for like terms they can if they wish refuse a price match as no one else offers 6 years warranty. I know RS often price match 5 year warranty companies but doubt he was worried about soga.
If buyers of expensive tv want to chance it then spend hours proving a fault then good luck to them .The likes of very and currys don't have a reputation of helping out of warranty customers.
It’s a good deal ? Or may is better wait to the Black Friday?
This is insanely cheap for an oled telly.
Don't forget Richer sounds 6 years warranty makes that a better value
Bargin.General01/11/2019 19:54

This is insanely cheap for an oled telly.


It's not Oled. It's Qled. Not quite the mark of oled.
Bargin.General01/11/2019 19:54

This is insanely cheap for an oled telly.


It is not OLED,It is QLED..

fundementally different technology.
Heat.

Great value.
rickj01/11/2019 16:29

I think Mr Richer went with 6 year warranty due to fact no one else has a …I think Mr Richer went with 6 year warranty due to fact no one else has a 6 year warranty so when doing a price match under like for like terms they can if they wish refuse a price match as no one else offers 6 years warranty. I know RS often price match 5 year warranty companies but doubt he was worried about soga.If buyers of expensive tv want to chance it then spend hours proving a fault then good luck to them .The likes of very and currys don't have a reputation of helping out of warranty customers.



This really is nonsense and you're scaremongering.

A fault is a fault is a fault and IF there's a fault, then consumers can rely on the law to enforce their rights. They have a right to expect a TV to last six years. The price you pay for it is immaterial, your rights are the same.

So, you can drop this 'high end' line you're spouting.

Having an extended warranty from the likes of John Lewis isn't extra special or gold plated. You still have to prove fault to these retailers.

The law is there to protect consumers; end of story.
Edited by: "Woogsta" 2nd Nov
Woogsta02/11/2019 17:46

This really is nonsense and you're scaremongering.A fault is a fault is a …This really is nonsense and you're scaremongering.A fault is a fault is a fault and IF there's a fault, then consumers can rely on the law to enforce their rights. They have a right to expect a TV to last six years. The price you pay for it is immaterial, your rights are the same.So, you can drop this 'high end' line you're spouting.Having an extended warranty from the likes of John Lewis isn't extra special or gold plated. You still have to prove fault to these retailers.The law is there to protect consumers; end of story.


No you don't have to prove the fault if it's in warranty .You clearly have plenty of time on your hands if you want to fight the retailer over soga.I have better things to do than fighting a retailer over a faulty tv out of warranty .Yes iam sure some might win but how many give up and go buy another tv .Nothing to do with my high end tv I was just stating even the so called better brands have reliability problems. I Don't give a monkey's if people want to buy a 1k tv with a 12m warranty as the saying goes ..A fool and his money are easily parted .
Woogsta02/11/2019 17:46

This really is nonsense and you're scaremongering.A fault is a fault is a …This really is nonsense and you're scaremongering.A fault is a fault is a fault and IF there's a fault, then consumers can rely on the law to enforce their rights. They have a right to expect a TV to last six years. The price you pay for it is immaterial, your rights are the same.So, you can drop this 'high end' line you're spouting.Having an extended warranty from the likes of John Lewis isn't extra special or gold plated. You still have to prove fault to these retailers.The law is there to protect consumers; end of story.



We had a new Dishwasher with an extended warranty from a well known retailer and it broke down. Total nightmare proving there was a fault with it and took us four months to eventually get it sorted out after lots of e-mails, phone calls and time off work whilst engineers came to our house.

A friend's TV broke down after three years and she only had two years warranty. One phone call and mentioning the sales of goods act and it got resolved straight away.

Some retailers are probably better than others for warranty but you're right, it doesn't gold pate anything

As for TVs there is still some logic in this article posted a few years ago on CNET saying why extended warranties are probably not worth it.

cnet.com/new…it/

My general opinion is to get an extended warranty if the extra cost is very small or provided free of charge (compared to a rival retailer). But 'if' you get a problem after a standard one or two year warranty, I also trust in the law to support the consumer. It may even be easier than getting an extended warranty honoured, in my experience!
rickj02/11/2019 18:55

No you don't have to prove the fault if it's in warranty .You clearly have …No you don't have to prove the fault if it's in warranty .You clearly have plenty of time on your hands if you want to fight the retailer over soga.I have better things to do than fighting a retailer over a faulty tv out of warranty .Yes iam sure some might win but how many give up and go buy another tv .Nothing to do with my high end tv I was just stating even the so called better brands have reliability problems. I Don't give a monkey's if people want to buy a 1k tv with a 12m warranty as the saying goes ..A fool and his money are easily parted .


Yes, you do have to prove a fault.

And that doesn’t matter whether you have an extended warranty or not.

The only time you’re entitled to change your mind and ask for a refund is within the first two weeks.

Otherwise, by law, you’re entitled to a repair, replacement or partial refund at the retailers discretion but, you still have to prove a fault.

Just more unsubstantiated hogwash from you. Please stop.
Woogsta04/11/2019 00:53

Yes, you do have to prove a fault.And that doesn’t matter whether you have …Yes, you do have to prove a fault.And that doesn’t matter whether you have an extended warranty or not.The only time you’re entitled to change your mind and ask for a refund is within the first two weeks.Otherwise, by law, you’re entitled to a repair, replacement or partial refund at the retailers discretion but, you still have to prove a fault.Just more unsubstantiated hogwash from you. Please stop.


ok keyboard warrior .Had 2 warranty claims .I just phoned retailer and advised of fault .On both occasions they sent engineer out who advised retailer that repair was uneconomical. I was refunded in full same day .This happened in year 4 on 1 tv and year 3 on 2nd tv. At no time was I asked to prove fault or asked for any information further so you like your hukd deals history are a irrelevance.
Stop trolling on hukd .Put some effort in to helping other members with a deal of your own ...
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text