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55" LG TV and get a 32" LG free plus free magic remote and 7 pairs of glasses £1799.95 @ Richersounds
55" LG TV and get a 32" LG free plus free magic remote and 7 pairs of glasses £1799.95 @ Richersounds

55" LG TV and get a 32" LG free plus free magic remote and 7 pairs of glasses £1799.95 @ Richersounds

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Get the LG 32CS460 32 inch TV worth £240 FREE when you buy this TV! Offer ends 18/07/2012.

Free magic remote and 7 pairs of glasses

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Original Poster

The same TV in currys is selling for £2,099.00 thats before you get to the free 32", magic remote and 7 pairs of glasses.

damn blast

makes the 39" i got delivered yesterday from m&s for £220 look

awfully good value

Would love this TV, but the bankers have increased VAT and stopped me getting a payrise in work so they can have millions in bonus's ,maybe they can buy me one..
No seriously, its good value, dual core TV, voted hot as cheapest around.

sarell

damn blastmakes the 39" i got delivered yesterday from m&s for £220 … damn blastmakes the 39" i got delivered yesterday from m&s for £220 lookawfully good value:{



I take it you had a high end LG TV delivered then .................. excellent value.

After my recent experience with LG on my 2 year old 50PS8000 unit (it stopped working after just 2 years and LG aren't even willing to look at it) I would never purchase LG again, no matter how good the deal. I understand my TV was out of warranty but it was rarely used and for it to go wrong after only two years show's they don't built to last ...

pbilkhu

After my recent experience with LG on my 2 year old 50PS8000 unit (it … After my recent experience with LG on my 2 year old 50PS8000 unit (it stopped working after just 2 years and LG aren't even willing to look at it) I would never purchase LG again, no matter how good the deal. I understand my TV was out of warranty but it was rarely used and for it to go wrong after only two years show's they don't built to last ...



If you can prove it was an inherent fault you ll be covered under trading standards.
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