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Currys is the UK’s largest retailer of electronics equipment, computers and white goods. With outlets in all of the country’s major cities and an online store, finding Currys’ bargains is easy. They also offer regular discounts, and all of the latest deals can be found at the Currys’ HotUKDeals pages. Read more

All Currys Deals, Discounts & Sales for May 2018

NOW TV Box with 2 month Entertainment Pass & Sky Store Voucher or 1 month Sky Cinema Pass & Sky Store Voucher now £9.99 delivered @ Currys
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Good offer from Currys. Don't forget to go through TCB to get £2.50 cashback NOW TV Box with 2 month Entertainment Pass & Sky Store Voucher NOW TV Box with 1 mont… Read more
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Quidco bonus of £2.50 If spending over £10 over bank holiday weekend. Add something small to basket?

HISENSE H65N6800UK 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV at Currys - £798.97
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This is one of the better reviewed Hisense TVs. Also 1 in 20 chance of winning price of purchase at Currys. Also 5 % Quidco this weekend, though if you win the refund Quidco will n… Read more

yeah i read that. but then ignored it because I'm dumb


2. Visit the claim site between 32 and 42 days after your purchase date to enter


instantly find out if you are a winner. could you not buy it see if you are a winner then get a refund if you are not?

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Sony 65 inch kd65zd9 £1698.97 @ Currys in Croydon
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My brother went to Currys in Croydon today and send me a pic of this offer as I always raved about how muh better this is than LG oled tv. He was really surprised to the low price.… Read more
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I don't know sorry. I'm literally a hundred miles away from that store. As kiranmk2 says Currys have new Sony model out so must be selling off this range. I also don't trust oled to last too long. Lcd have been out for years.. And now they last even longer as cathode tube is replaced by led lights. Plus I've seen lg oled and sony zd9 side by side. Apart from black level and thinness i didnt like anything else. For me the colour reproduction was much better on zd9. I had the galaxy s3,s5,note4, s7 and now the note 8. There's something about the colour I don't like on them.


Great deal. RE better than OLED, that depends squarely on what you're watching. If the content contains a lot of bright scenes (I.E more than 10% spectral highlights) you'll see a boost in PQ purely from the peak brightness increase. But, if you're watching content like Batman for example, or Gravity, the OLED will be the better PQ. Plus, you also have the Sony POS UI to live with. If I had £1700 to spend I'd get the 65" ZD9 over a £1400 55" OLED. But if I wanted a 65" TV and had a larger budget, I'd still go OLED over this. Was it ex display or something? Can't have many left!

montana78 SONY BRAVIA KD65XF9005 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV This must be the new tv with x1 reality pro


All you guys are making me want to buy this now. Lol. I have a 55 inch sony 4k I only bought last April to replace 47 inch. Didn't make too much difference as it's hang in on the wall and the furthest sofa is 17ft away. So if i upgrade it May have to be a 75 inch version. But then again I only sit in the lounge when there's guests. Kids mainly play ps4 PRO on it.


Great TV - it was relessed in 2016 but is so good it hasn't needed to be replaced. Widely regarded as the best LCD on the market with the X1 chip giving it the best motion processing on the market. Rumours aboud it will finally be replaced in September this year, but it's still a great performer!

JBL XTREME Portable Wireless Speaker - Red - £99.97 @ Currys
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JBL extreme speaker in red under £100

I'll tell you, honestly, I will love it if I can get it at that price. Love it.



New version coming hence the price


Changes to £149.99


Change to black version and price stays at 99.99. Ebay here I come chaching

MIELE Complete C3 Boost EcoLine Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner £149 + £30 Cashback (£119 once claimed)  @ Currys
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Works out well once Cashback is claimed via Miele (ends 30/06/18) Currently the cheapest price and works out in line with the lowest we've seen posted once all done and dusted. … Read more
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Comple C3 Limited Edition Boost, it has boost function which last some 15-30secs for better suction when needed


We had one before the EU change and I broke that with DIY dust and no filter :-) the new one seems as good, we've had it for about 9 months now. We have the cat & dog because we have a boarder collie. It does a good job and the build is the best I've seen in 40 years of vacs. Bags can be expensive if you don't shop around ie eBay :-)


I would never go for cordless in a main vac as the trade off to power and life of the battery is just not worth it.


Have had an older one for 7 years. Bags a bit dear but it cleans brilliantly (No going round looking what is left behind like many cleaners) I agree with the woe about D&G Warranty. I bought a Miele freezer a year ago with cosmetic damage for £120 on eBay then got £60 prom cashback from Miele (Took 4 months though of going back and too) so I was pleased with a new freezer for £60. Shocked at the letter i got 2 weeks ago from D&G for an extended years warranty..... £160 for a further 12 months! NO THANKS (horror)


Miele are simply brilliant! Heat!

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PHILIPS  Hue Motion Sensor £31.49 with code at Currys  & All hue related items
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Been looking for a hue motion sensor for a little while and came across this code which seems to be across the whole hue range. Discount code - LIGHT10

I have 4 of these !!! and very much appreciate the convenience they offer. No more falling over things in the hall in the dark, stepping on things left on the stairs at night, navigating my way across the landing to the stairs/loo, and My fav' the one in the utility room (sounds posh - in reality a small area by the back door for a washing machine, tumble drier and small freezer... if you sort of stack them !! and no we do not have a bidet) This light either never got turned on by someone failing to find something in the gloom, or never got turned off if they did !!! They are expensive, but mine have worked a treat, faultlessly since I installed them.


Good to hear. (y) They seem to use the labs section as a public beta so should make it into a future update ;)


Good for the price but limited compared to the Hue sensor. It doesn’t provide light level other than binary light/dark and doesn’t provide temperature.


I prefer tradfri motion sensors for almost half the price. Works well with all my hue gear.


The new app comes out next week which is meant to bring more functions but not sure what they are at this time.

MSI GL62MVR GTX 1060 i5 7300HQ Gaming Laptop £899.99 via Curry’s
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Brilliant Gaming laptop with i5 7300HQ, 8GB Ram and a GTX 1060 with a 256GBs SSD
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You're complaining that 'you gamers' dismiss laptops based on sucky GPUs. I'm saying, well if it's advertised as a gaming laptop, of course we do.


I have no idea what message you are trying to get across - are you for this deal or against? It seems both from what you wrote. I am not advising people to do anything.


Well if something's advertised as a gaming laptop, and it costs £900, you would want it to be halfway decent at playing games right? I got the ASUS ROG 1060/6GB Amazon deal for £680 for example. So looking at this which is a worse spec seems expensive! Even accepting that it was a bit of a crazy deal, the average price for a 1060/6GB laptop is about the same as this, so why would you pay the same for less? Why wouldn't you advise someone that there are machines better at playing games for about the same price elsewhere?


Totally agree mate. GPU's don't just suddenly stop pushing pixels around a screen because a newer one has shown up. The 1070 in my ROG Zepherys will be hammering through games long after 1170 turns up.


Yet, time and time again, we see laptops on here dismissed by gamers because of the GPU being not the latest and greatest. Odd.

SAMSUNG Galaxy Tab S2 8" Tablet - 32 GB, Black + 2 year guarantee £100 pounds off high spec tablet for £229.99 @ currys
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Samsung's thinnest and lightest tablet ever - Super AMOLED screen delivers vibrant, incredibly detailed visuals - Powerful processor and 3 GB of RAM make for fast, responsive tab… Read more

Agreed there's very limited tablet options nowadays unlike smartphones. What concerns me with this particular tablet is that a friend of mine had it since launch after being envious of my Nexus 7 , within 18 months the battery literally died, exclusively using the Samsung supplied charger, PC World Currys done squat as did Samsung as their warranty for battery is 12 months. My Nexus 7 2nd gen 5 years on still chugging along albeit more slowly and that was £240 RRP!


Old, but still very powerful. Plus there is very little competition these days = lack of innovation.


The Samsung Tab A is decent but has a 16:10 screen ratio. Better for films, not so great for magazines etc.


Ridiculously expensive for such an old 8" tablet however nowadays due to tablet sales skydiving there's not many options. If you can handle iOS the new iPad 9.7" is waaay better value for a little more money.


I'm thinkin to buy a Samsung tablet as they're the only ones apart from iPad to be fast and durable in the long term, is there a model worth 200ish to go for used on the bay auction?

Google Home £93.60 at Currys
Found 24th MayFound 24th May
Great deal on Google Home save a further 10% only £93.60!!! Save 10% off the marked price. For home delivery orders enter code HOME10

Just try asking what day you are free in June or which day is best to go legoland 4th June or 3rd June. Do you get any answer?


I usually get this question about knowing how to use it. Some people usually mean "Are you asking question that Google Home can answer" As in real life personal assistant come in all level of intelligence. I guess Google is not ticking my requirements. Google uses its rank brain algorithm. It will probably meet my needs when they use NLP (natural language processor).


I actually really like the Google Home products. I've had Echo Dots before but they seemed a lot more unnatural to use than Google Assistant has been in general. Just little touches like being able to ask multiple requests in a sentence, like "Hey Google, Dim the lights and play Guardians of the Galaxy on tv." Alexa is getting there, but it's still behind on a few little things like that.


Use my google home devices all the time, incredibly useful and I barely scratch the surface. Maybe you should learn how to use it...admittedly, if you have no other smart home devices then yeah it is much less functional but its still useful for recipes/clock/weather/calendars/reminders/timers/direction info/ free calls/ etc etc


For me these are worth it as a bluetooth speaker that i can ask to play whatever radio station i feel like. Also after linking to spotify i just say "hey google play tame impala" and i get a nice random playlist.

Amazon echo spot reduced to £99 - save £20 at Currys
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Looks like Currys PcWorld are price matching amazon, Tesco and Argos for the echo spot black or white for £99 delivered.
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Wow.....that is...just the most concrete proof of your claim, isn't it? Absolute undeniable fact (flirt)


Argos employees. ..




Argos will quite likely sell you a used or a returned one as new. No thanks.



Samsung Gear S3 Save £100 only £249.99 @ Currys
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Save £100 on the Samsung Gear 3 only £249.99

I use a classic one of these with an iPhone - works ok for what I want, but I was happy with the limitations of my original pebble steel until the fitness tracking stopped working. I tried an Apple Watch but hated it and sent it back within then14 day trial period. Best thing about it is the rotating bezel, oh and the choice of third party straps.


Does anyone know if this can be paired with an htc u11? Thanks


You’re absolutely right. And I was and am aware of limitations of Apple devices. Anyway, it took me a while to decide whether to take SGG or iWatch. And because the look of iWatch is unacceptable to me... In this case, Samsung won’t see my cash anytime soon, same with Apple.


But it was that price before...


Trust me I work at Curry's and it says there's savings when they were never even the price before.

Bose QC35 Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Headphones £129.97 @ Currys
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Bargain imho. Big reduction at £140 off. The is not the second iteration of the QC35 which is still selling at £329 but as far as I know the only difference is the omission of the … Read more
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Guys go to ebay version 2 under £230


Apologies, I didn't do a nationwide stock-check because I, perhaps naively, assumed that there was stock available. Must do better ... 😩


Click bait


Usual click baiting strategy from Curry’s. Curry’s guys stop posting this and HDUK people stop adding heat to encourage it.


Hi guys, I sell brand new PS4 PROs for £100 but they are not in stock at the moment and will never be.

Acer Nitro 5 15.6" Gaming Laptop - £649.99 @ Currys
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Gaming: Play the latest titles Intel® Core™ i5-7300HQ processor RAM: 8 GB Storage: 1 TB HDD Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 2 GB Full HD display Decent budget gaming laptop. Al… Read more
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Its been that price for 4 weeks now lol


Is the dell inspiron 15 7000 a better bet though for £50 more?


I have this laptop and play far cry 4 on high settings. But you won't play the newer games on it


Check if VAT is included, if not then min spend is £623.75 so you should be safe either way.


Yeah. I was wrong. Thanks for being so grown up about it.

PANASONIC TX-50EX750B 4K 3D LED TV 10bit HDR Native 120hz with 5 year warranty £598.98 at Currys
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
It's back! Arguably the best 50" 4K HDR TV you can get right now for under £600.
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I have a 7.5 year old 50" lg plasma. Not seeing any solid reason to replace it yet :(.


I'll beat both of you. I have a 42" plasma that's 12 years old. And a 50" 3D plasma that's about 7 or 8 years old, and they are both still working well. The older one is still in constant use about 10 hours a day!


I'll take your 8 years and raise you to 9 years on my panny 46". I sort of want it to fail so i can justify a nice shiny 4k set! (y)


I'm sorry you are having issues but I am able to control all my devices using the TV remote. Both navigation and playback controls are fine. I will say however, that many people, across all brands of 4K TV have issues when using AVR's due to issues with handshaking. Is your AVR HDCP2.2 compliant? If not, then you will probably have some problems with your set up. It would also explain why it worked fine with a non HDCP2.2 compliant TV like your Samsung. I was mistaken earlier, the TV weighs 16KG without stand (50"... this is whats posted here after all). As for 3D I would suggest however choosing the 2D bluray disc for those times you want to watch the 2D version. I believe they came with the 3D bluray set, at least all the ones I have did. As there are no longer any 3D broadcasts, and we dont have 3D netflix in the UK, you're limited to playback via disc or download. The TV certainly does 2D to 3D, if you wanted to use it. Cant comment on how good/bad it is as I don't have the glasses.


OK, In the manual the instructions for those models are the same hence my belief that they are in face the same. (y)

World Cup TV offers - LG OLED55C7V 55" Smart 4K OLED TV £1,499.00 with 5 year Guarantee @ Currys - Curved Samsung Models also on offer See OP​
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Some good offers at Currys today, saw a few TVs that I think are worth mentioning. The LG OLED model has been less before, but I think that was with a 1 year guarantee and this is … Read more
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Black bezel on the C7 .. silver on the B7


I'm not sure that's entirely accurate. I read a lot of comments on here over the last year and concluded that the c model was just a design specific to curries and that there is NO diff in tech between them. I think i have read somewhere that it's the US versions of the TV that have the diff in sound tech. As somebody else has said, the E7 has a 'substantial' sound upgrade with onboard tech. I have the b7, bought about 3 weeks ago from AO eBay site and the sound out of this TV is fantastic. I have e it hooked up to a 5.1 LG system (not the best on the market by any means) but for what i want it for, it's very loud and submersible :-)


E series has built in sound bar,Twin sat inputs and fancier remote remote.


Got my b7 arriving in a hour.... Can't wait


Once you go OLED you'll never want another type of TV

SAMSUNG Galaxy Tab A 10.1" Tablet (32 GB, Black), Folio Case & LiveSafe Premium 2018 Bundle £179.99 @ Currys
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Bundle offer @ currys £ 179.99 plus TOP CASH BACK...
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JVC LT-32C672 32" Smart LED TV now £159 (plus more tv's in post) @ Currys
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Looking about for a new TV for the kids room as they decided to knock it over, land on a computer mouse and cracked the screen :/ Top features: - Smart TV with WiFi for stream… Read more
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There's actually a Netflix button on the Jvc remote,don't use it myself but it's Amazon video though:(


I have this with the built in dvd player...good enough tv,streaming the BBC iplayer and youtube and browser etc works fine...freeview hd channels very good...the downside for me is no Amazon video app and the sound is quite poor,ok for normal tv but disappointing when you want to watch a good action movie or music concert/'s ok for the money, I paid £179 for the built in dvd player version at Xmas past,wouldn't want it as a main tv though,fine for a bedroom.


Not everyone wants at fhd 42 inch Polaroid.


My daughter has the white version in her room, great TV and better than the Samsung my son has


I've got one in bedroom to replace a 42 inch full hd Toshiba. Although smaller it looks as sharp if not sharper Heat for having bad eyes maybe!!!

Buy a Google Mini and Chromecast for only £49 at Currys
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Buy a Google Mini and Chromecast for only £49!

Oh, and broadcasting doesn't work at the moment. No error, just doesn't do anything. Apparently that was fixed but the app update isn't turning up on my phone, so I don't know. Again, welcome to proof if you wish. And these aren't small things...


Oh here's a new one I found by myself just now! So I thought I'd share.You are most welcome to video proof. Telling Google Assistant on my phone to play (artist) on Lounge TV starts Spotify on the TV and plays it. And I just discovered that if it doesn't recognize the artist properly, you can spell out the name and it'll work. Nice. Well, giving the same command to Google Assistant on my Home Mini doesn't do a damn thing. I don't think it understands it can play Spotify on a TV at all. Savvy investment that paperweight was. I need to do something less stressful, like taxes.


I didn't say it was, in the long term. Specifically the opposite. But when constant updates bring constant problems that's obviously a mixed bag. People have had alarms failing to go off, that's not a minor issue. Weather seems oddly inclined to stop working. Unit conversions fail. Streaming may or may not recognise the correct source. Command recognition changes without explanation. Home automation control *usually* is supported, though if you try twice it'll work. And that's just what I've experienced personally. And the white noise was just one example, check out the rest of that community. The Home recognises my voice immaculately and has always has done. Not too helpful if the actual functionality is hit and miss. And don't get me started on the weird design decisions like blaring a confirmation at full volume when you've asked for relaxing sounds or the abject refusal to do anything about the OK Google hotword that everybody except the CEO hates or vocal device feedback that goes on for an eternity or the separate shopping list when they already have a shopping list app that everybody uses... and on... and on... I can believe perfectly well that it'll turn out fine in the end or exceed Alexa's quality. It's a typical Google dementia-riddled free-for-all right now. Your Mileage May Vary. Weekly.


I've got both home and echo and I'd say the Google home understands way more questions and always finds an answer or answers it better. The echo however seems to understand what my daughter says much more often, she has cerebral palsy and a problem with speaking loudly. I also fail to see how constantly updating is seen as a negative by you. Surely that's only a good thing.


Good. Here's one mentioned yesterday that I've experienced, something just stopped working properly for a week. And there's plenty where that came from.