50" LG TV Model number 50PB5600 £329.99 @ Sainsburys instore
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50" LG TV Model number 50PB5600 £329.99 @ Sainsburys instore

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Found 23rd Dec 2014
Full HD, 50" LG TV for £330. Spotted in sainsbury Carlisle Model number 50bp5600

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Colleagues get 15% discount atm.

nice find op, heat added

Do you have the model number?

mksalarun

Colleagues get 15% discount atm.



Staff discount sounded so much better! (_;)

what model/spec is it? sounds a great price

Is it plasma/lcd/led ?

Original Poster

Model number 50bp5600. I've just been told by a member of staff that the offer goes live nationwide tomorrow morning. It currently scans at £450

according to this site Tesco's where selling these for £129 a few months back (probably around the time of the false reporting scandal, a ruse to get people back into their stores), it is plasma and only seems to have 1 hdmi port which is strange considering the size of the tv

Because it's a old old model wait til another offer is on unless you want a big screen

I ain't looking, brought the 40" samsung that was posted a couple of weeks ago, very happy with it

http://m.hotukdeals.com/deals/50-lg-50pb5600-plasma-1080p-129-tesco-1979007?mforwarded=true


plasma and no thanks

spaceman051

I ain't looking, brought the 40" samsung that was posted a couple of … I ain't looking, brought the 40" samsung that was posted a couple of weeks ago, very happy with it



where did you bring it from?

LG Plasma......horrendously unreliable.

GL more like

cannycoyote

where did you bring it from?



got it of eBay from a seller who turns out is connected to the co-operative group, it was a samsung UE40H6200, a very good tv that cost just over £300, he still sells it on there but has increased his price by £80

spaceman051

according to this site Tesco's where selling these for £129 a few months … according to this site Tesco's where selling these for £129 a few months back (probably around the time of the false reporting scandal, a ruse to get people back into their stores), it is plasma and only seems to have 1 hdmi port which is strange considering the size of the tv



Tesco had them for £299 in the August Bank holiday deals.. Even then at that price this TV isn't worth it.. Weighs a ton as well so don't try wall mounting it without a dead bolt! Plasma is dead.. save the money and wait for 4k to become more reasonable.. Or get a decent 1080 led for just a little more than this..

spaceman051

got it of eBay from a seller who turns out is connected to the … got it of eBay from a seller who turns out is connected to the co-operative group, it was a samsung UE40H6200, a very good tv that cost just over £300, he still sells it on there but has increased his price by £80



You totally missed that one... Haha lol

AdamDT

You totally missed that one... Haha lol



What you mean?

They mean you missed the fact that you wrote 'brought' instead of 'bought', so they asked "where did you bring it from"?

People seem to confuse these two words a lot these days.

The difference between these two words is a very simple one. They are the past tenses of two different verbs.

‘Bought’ is the past tense of ‘buy’: I bought a new car last week.

‘Brought’ is the past tense of ‘bring’: I brought him a glass of water.

That was all you missed basically.

Smile . You just got done by spelling and grammar police

HOT, even hotter if you can get "Ye Olde Staff Discount!"

Info:

http://s16.postimg.org/gwvzp2sxx/fareway_facebook_businesspages_page4.png

I got this in the misprice tescos deal. Superb telly, watching it now, even better with my ps4 and nowtv through it via a switch.

Just seen a few of these in chesterfield store!

boppa80

They mean you missed the fact that you wrote 'brought' instead of … They mean you missed the fact that you wrote 'brought' instead of 'bought', so they asked "where did you bring it from"?People seem to confuse these two words a lot these days.The difference between these two words is a very simple one. They are the past tenses of two different verbs. ‘Bought’ is the past tense of ‘buy’: I bought a new car last week. ‘Brought’ is the past tense of ‘bring’: I brought him a glass of water. That was all you missed basically.



really? what about bringing it of (sic) ebay? but a lot of people also use predictive text which can be hilariously random.

quote] bravo douche[/quote]

Ok, I didn't bring up the spelling error, if you read my last sentence "That was all you missed basically" I was just trying to tell them that they hadn't missed anything apart from the fact that the spelling and grammar police were having a laugh at his expense over an error which is easily made these days, especially with predictive text and such. I apologise if it came across in any other way.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you.

This model is actually on the Which? list of "Don't Buys". Tested Sep 2014 scored 44%

albie1

This model is actually on the Which? list of "Don't Buys". Tested Sep … This model is actually on the Which? list of "Don't Buys". Tested Sep 2014 scored 44%



yep = "There’s not much to like here, even for the budget price. Sound quality is decent, but picture is awful and it’s not a good television to use. There are better options out there."

a bit of fine tuning in the settings its actually a damm nice picture, at this price it should tide most over until the oled sets become mainstream if like me you can't tolerate the lcd artificial look

couple of these in the Leigh store. all sorts of home/electrical things on sale to
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