Co-op Electrical Deals

Co-op Electrical Deals & Offers

523 hot deals

All Co-op Electrical Deals, Discounts & Sales for August 2018

Delonghi ECAM23.123.B Bean to Cup Coffee Machine Black £229.99 delivered w/ code + 2 Year Guarantee more in op @ Co-op Electrical (co-op members)
Found 3rd JulFound 3rd Jul
Good price for this Delonghi bean to cup coffee machine, a very similar model is selling for a lot more at other retailers (Argos £350, Delonghi £270) Use code SUN20 to get for … Read more

Do you have a link to the milk dispenser for the ESAM4200?


looking for a deal on the ECAM2800 - Which's best reviewed Bean to cup machine, but tempted by both this one and the 4200...


If using filtered water (you should) you can use a Pula sachet to discale every 2 months.


All the delonghi models (say under £500) use the same internals.. the only difference is the electrical control unit and optional milk dispenser. So from a coffee make perspective there is little difference. This looks very good value for the "push button" control unit. I ran a delonghi for 4 years without any issues. Made good espresso, however i found i proffered a larger shot so upgraded. Expect to drink out of cups in the 150 to 200ml region for Americano and Latte.


I have this machine on black and it is great! My only complaint is that the water tank doesn't hold very much and i've been caught out a few times making a long coffee, if it runs out of water mid way through then it just resets and doesn't let you add more water and continue. if anyone else knows of a way to continue making the coffee than please do share. For now i'll just have to get into the habit of checking the level before every brew

Hotpoint MWH2422 MS 4You 24L microwave with grill in silver with 2 year guarantee £59.99 delivered  (plus more in OP) @ Co-Op Electrical
Refreshed 17th JulRefreshed 17th Jul
*Updated 17th July: Price dropped to £59.99* Hotpoint MWH2422 MS 4You large capacity 24 litre 750 watt microwave with 800 watt grill with 11 cooking programmes including auto cook… Read more

Back up to £89.99


Noticed a Saintsbury's microwave/grill (800w/1000w) for £60 in store today


hOTPOINT never again sorry even with this price.


The Gusto combi one at £89 is still available



Beko WTG741M1W A+++ 7Kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine £175.04​ w/code (8Kg Beko £194.04) @ Co-op Electrical (Includes rapid delivery)
Found 29th JunFound 29th Jun
Good price on an A+++ Rated 7KG/1400 Spin machine, had a couple recently at prices a tad higher. It's £179 + £4.99 del, but code ENG5 Takes £8.95 off, so totals £175.04 Deliver… Read more

Just ordered the 8Kg 1200rpm spin from Curry's. Worked out at £184 given cashback from my work scheme. Almost got annoyed when I saw this until I realised it was the 7KG model. My previous LG was twice this price and only lasted 4 years with 4 breakdowns. Going to stick to the cheaper brands now as none of the brands seem to last and I can't afford a Miele.


Just ordered the 1200 spin model at Currys for same price. Wish I could change now :(


Looks like the promo code has expired?


I'd trust the Zanussi a bit better. They're fairly similar in terms of electricity, the Beko is slightly less noisy during spin (but it only does 1200rpm) and uses more water.


Which one is better Beko or this Zanussi ?

Beko 60cm gas free standing double oven / hob now £238.99 delivered with code @ Co-op Electrical
Found 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
Decent price for a double oven - ideal for when you just want to do some cheesey pancakes and don't need to heat up the big oven. Was £279 now on offer for £249 but code CMD15 take… Read more

thanks so much ,i have just ordered this cooker so happy days (cheers)


Hi, Its the bottom left of the screen as per this screen shot but apparently the code has now expired (annoyed) so I'll expire this deal now. Look out later today though because they usually have more codes that come out on a Friday - sorry!


HI , can anyone tell me where the code goes ,i just can not seem to find the code box to apply the discount thank you


ordered thanks


Beko products are excellent value for money. Got a 7Kg washing machine for about 220 five years ago, and a fridge freezer for about 250-280 (can't remember) a few years before that. Both going strong. When I move home I would kit up with beko appliances.

A+++ Beko Washing Machine - £199 @ Co-Op Electrical (+£4.99 P&P)
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
My current one around £200 lasted me 6 years. So why go for LG or Samsung 5 year warranty and shell out 4-500 when we know they gonna go wrong in 6th year anyway :)
Get dealGet deal

Mine lasted 5 and has just given up the ghost. Hence I'm here now!


I am putting mine on eBay for free as not working for parts. When they come and collect it for free I will learn for free how to connect mine 😘


Also need a new washing machine. It seems everywhere want around £40 to collect your old one and install the new one. Bought my Hotpoint around 10 years ago from Currys and did not have to pay any extra to fit or collect the old one.


Beko washing machine is still going strong after 3 years.


Will ask John Lewis to price match tomorrow. Advantage of buying from them is that they give 2 yrs guarantee on all electrical items they sell.

Samsung UE55MU6120 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV in Black - £474 @ Co-Op Electrical *£30.00 off with code CUP30*
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
**USE CODE CUP30 TO MAKE THE PRICE £444.00** Product Description Samsung's UHD TVs with HDR Pro technology will allow you to engage in an incredible viewing experience - better t… Read more

Brilliant I'll need to try it out then!


It is mate. Watching it now. Big,big difference. Great colour and contrasts. No blocking or blurring. For £50 I'd get the 6400


Thanks is it worth just going for 6400. You did is it that much better? Haven’t purchased the 6120 was going for the John Lewis price match 55inch for £419.


Yes,from what I can gather. I returned my Samsung 6120 and getting a 6400 tomorrow so can confirm then I'm selling my remote (new and unused) on eBay too


Sorry one more question if I purchase smart remote separately will the tv still have the ability to learn the remote functions of all the items plugged into it like Sky/DVD/firestick etc like the higher spec Samsung’s that come with Smart remote and this function? Thanks

LG 49UH610V 49" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £299 @ CoOp Electrical
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
I know it’s not true 4K but not a bad price for the size. Specs: Screen Size 49 4K, Full HD or HD Ready? 4K Ultra HD 4K Ultra HD4K UPSCALING, HEVC, VP94K HDR (High Dynamic Rang… Read more

Thanks! Succinct ! (y)




Remember HD READY? meant 620p not 1080p. So im guessing its the same with this faux 4K, BIG DIFFERENCE IN QUALITY


Probably referring to the RGBW panels, which typically are not as details as either IPS or VA panels found with other manufacturers, and are more like pseudo-4K. They are an upgrade over Full HD though so it's entirely on how you feel with it.


If the size of th screen is not 55 inch or bigger it's not true 4k.

Panasonic TX-58EX750B 58" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV  £834.00  Co-Op Electrical with code
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
Great price for this tv, John Lewis should price match as code is listed at co-op's site

The stand is height adjustable so does not have to look like it does in the picture if thats whats putting you off.


Shame about the horrendous stand...


Same, kharma. The main issue with the EX700 for me, is the effect from the panel. Colour banding. When you see these two panels side-by-side, the colour banding from the EX700's 8-bit frc is a sad sight. Meanwhile, the EX750's 10-bit panel shows nothing but a smooth gradient between colours. For an example of what colour banding is, see this:


Save £200 simples. You look at them both and then tell me.


You’ve no idea what you’re on about. They’re in two different leagues and you’ll not see any respected publication agree with you. Just because you couldn’t see a difference doesn’t make it so. Ignorance is bliss...

Sony KD-43XD8077SU 43" 4K Smart TV  £349.97  Co-Op Electrical with code
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
Old model but still pretty good option if anybody is looking for tv this size...

After a new TV and like my sony...shame I missed this anyone knowlegable give any advice compared to the Tesco offerings Sony KDLWE753BU 43" £329 KDL40WE663BU 40' £289 thanks


Thank you very much Sir!!!


Never done one OTT or OTA on a tv of any sort yet! Always start afresh with a brand new FW rewrite via USB2/3, with zilch connected, that way it gets shot of any gremlins or rubbish from the previous error versions (worldcup)


Interesting. Fingers crossed. Interesting it isn't available OTA yet.


Assuming it is the 43 or 49 and not the EU 40" one sold, yes you do, same deal, follow the sony update instructions, but make sure it is from USB3 not over wifi and make sure you have ZERO hdmi devices or smart sticks plugged when you renew it, once done, then set up sky hdmi first, then all your other stuff (worldcup)

Teknix 90cm Gas Range Cooker in Stainless Steel OR Black with 2 Year Warranty now £373.99 delivered @ co-op electrical (Other cooker offers in OP)
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
Bargain for a Range Cooker, dropped to £399 but use code CUP30 and it'll drop even futher - 2 colours aval and 2 years parts and labour warranty :) Freestanding gas range cooke… Read more

Didn't they used to make sound equipment ?


That's a big oven to heat up every time you want to cook some chicken nuggets


Rangemaster or Stoves. The cheap ones don't last.


Thought it was a dj booth


Looks a good deal. I am not convinced that cookers are made to last anyway. I bought a rangemaster 4 years ago. The knobs have come unstuck and revolve around so you don't know how high the setting is. The auto ignition is sporadic and ceased working on one of the burners. The oven shelves don't slide in smoothly and the general construction is thought out so as to make it not use it. Eg screws into top and awkward bits to clean. Looked at dearer cookers and they just had heavier grill pans. Other qualty makes are no better. If I was looking for a cooker I would be tempted by this.

Samsung UE32K5100 Indigo Black 32inch Full HD LED TV, Freeview HD £179 @ CO-OP Electrical
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
Been looking for a 32" Full HD TV at a decent price for ages. Have got a spare Fire Stick knocking around so not worried about its lack of smartness. Blurb: Samsung's Full HD 108… Read more
Get dealGet deal

I've just replaced a 40inch version of this because it has some enhancements you can't turn off. I noticed it playing with black levels in games casues the blacks to go deeper then lighter depending if the camera was moving or not. It's not a bad TV. It's pretty and the quality is fine. Just be cautious if you plan on using it for gaming. I had the issue with the PC and PS4.


I think the sharp 4k 40" at this price is/was a better deal


When a liberal can't understand a different point of view. :{


Shame this isn’t a smart tv


I don’t understand what people have a problem with vestel. My Toshiba works brilliantly and I’ve had no issues, the internet as a smart tv is fast also. The image quality is great. Is it merely because vestel is a Turkish brand? I suspect bigotry

Panasonic TX-50DX802B 50" 4K Smart Tv £499.97 co-op electrical
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
Lowest price I've seen for this tv

I think I got the last one. This was their best 2017 model - much better than EX700. The EX750 is a very similar TV (newer OS - Pany branded as opposed to Firefox). I have just sent the EX750 back and bought this. £100 cheaper than the £599 I paid a few weeks back, and this has the soundbar plus 2 high end remotes (as opposed to the plastic EX750 remote). I owned this TV for 8 months in my old place and it's got a great natural picture and doens't suffer the motion blur you get on some LCDs when watching football (100hz panel). Not very bright for HDR but for £500, I couldnt resist!


Which is better this or the 50EX700B? I know the EX is a year newer than this, but presume this is the higher end model Vs the mid tier EX700 which is £100 cheaper elsewhere.......arggh


But it is out of stock?




Mega hot

Samsung UE55MU7000 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £649 @ Co-Op Electrical
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
Use the voucher code CT50 at the checkout. Valid until 14 June 2018.

I agree, JL or Costco (good CS too) I have 2 Samsung KS9000’s both from JL, one 65inch one 55inch, both had issues with light bleed/clouding. Both ok now. Speaking to the engineers who did the screen swap on one of mine it’s the price we pay for these ultra thin screens. Mind you, when they are good, they are very very good.


yep 100% with the 55 inch, now i have a good one it has a great quality pic. However no chance I would buy from anywhere else but JL now, their CS is fantastic


I'm torn between this and one of the new Hisense 55 U7. How reflective is the screen on the Mu7, and how does it handle the footie? Ta


I was torn between this and the Sony Xe8596 - the deciding factor was that the Sony isn't certified for iPlayer (world cup 4k) and reading online folks had massive issues even getting the FA cup 4k stream to load... Samsung wins this time (first time not buying Sony...)


The interface is too slow on the Sony for me. Samsung is much better, but with ads (shock)

Zanussi Tall Frost Free Fridge Freezer (ZRB23055FX) £299 Delivered + Free Appliance Removal @ Co-op  (more in OP)
Refreshed 5th JunRefreshed 5th Jun
Seems a decent price & the Free Removal of old item is a bonus, normally have to pay around £24.99 for this service! Was £349 now £299 with Free Delivery & Free Removal of … Read more
Get dealGet deal

:D I had the council to remove my old cooker for free so always check with your council.... Hope this helps someone.


Any good chest freezer deals going? (Anywhere) looking for one that is a chest rather than a tower.


Quote from which website


Slow at freezing, struggles in cold room temperatures, guzzles energy, hard to use, potentially unsafe backing material


Good fridge too late for me as I ordered a Kenwood for 280 from Currys

LG 55" 4K UltraHD HDR Smart LED TV £469 with £1 membership + £50 Co-op voucher @ Co-Op electrical
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Good set, quick sign up to co-op membership which costs a £1, add in membership number at checkout and it'll drop to £469 :) PLUS atm you'll get a £50 co-op voucher to spend nex… Read more
Get dealGet deal

No OS is best. Smart TVs are a scam to make perfectly good hardware go obsolete more quickly. Non-smart + box/stick is much better, but hard to source these days


Indeed personal preference. I personally think WebOS is better than Tizen OS on my Samsung and infinitely better than Sony's dire Android OS so I'm not surprised it came top. WebOs is simplicity, thoughtful, intuative and fast. I almost thought about swapping my son's LG in his bedroom for my living room Samsung and well the 2 Sony's I had got returned as they were badge over substance.


I just bought the 60" lg-60sj850v 1 year used off the bay for £555. Good deal or do you think i got ripped off?


On richersounds this is £475 with a 6 year warranty as they have a code on there for 5% off, so £6 more and no £50 credit, but probably worth it for the warranty.


Good post OP! If you’re a CO-OP staff member you can get another 5% off as well taking it down to £446.50 before the voucher deduction

Samsung Curved TV 65" 4K Ultra HD (UE65MU6220) £799 - £100 discount as Co-op member and another £50 via email
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Samsung Curved TV 65" 4K Ultra HD (UE65MU6220) discount £100 as Co-op member and £50 via email £749 in total.

This or Hi sense N6800? Any ideas? Which one is better? Use it mainly for movie, and YouTube.


£50 voucher will be sent to your email.


How do I get the £50 off email?


Technically not £50 off as you get it back as a coop electrical voucher, so need to buy some thing else.


Hmm,got a 55inch js8500 this any better or no?

Miele Freestanding Washing Machine  £ 594.00 + Del £ 4.99  (was £ 799.00) £594 @ CoOp Electrical
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
Miele is a brand renowned for top-shelf, investment appliances and the W1 ChromeEdition WKB130 is no exception. As well as a commodious 8kg wash capacity and a powerful 1600rpm spi… Read more

They don’t use any concrete in there machines actually, they do how ever use cast iron


I'd not seen recent reliability reports but have heard great things about LG and pretty sure their repair costs are fairly reasonable too. Zanussi/Electrolux seems like they have improved their processes and quality. Not surprising many brands go up and down in quality over the years. LG certainly seem to be the winner in quality vs price or actually even quality vs any price. Very nicely styled too I find.


That is a great post :). It has all the information relevant for a decision to be made. Thanks.


I'm not sure they would - it's become a middle class badge of honour. Like the BMW or the Mercedes - de rigueur. As for reliability, Which? research shows this: LG 94% Zanussi Electrolux 92% Miele 90% Bosch 89% and this for the % of fault-free machines after 10 years: LG 94% Zanussi Electrolux 89% Miele 88% Bosch 87% Not a huge difference for Miele, particularly given the very high prices. What it doesn't show is the post-10 year position, which is where Miele claim to score, but to be honest the repair costs involved would probably buy you a new Bosch!


Of course the price means they are not affordable to many. There are cheaper options but dont pretend cheaper brands will perform as good as as long as a Miele model. When buying you have to trade off price versus value. Reliability is not a rating - it is a measurement in years of continued service without a breakdown. Miele washing machines would be expected to last at least 12 years, and the parts used in the machines are of the type and quality that permit this. This compares to parts used in somthing like a Samsung Ecobubble which you will be lucky to last 6 years. Miele machines use a cast iron to weigh them down and provide stability, compared to the concrete used in other machines. Also their bearings are double the size of other machines and less likely to fail. So the extra cost is is due to the better quality components used which increases the life of the product. There is merit in this case for paying more for a trusted brand rather than an unreliable one. People would stop buying miele machines if they were no better than any other brand.

AEG S74010KDX0 185cm Tall Larder Fridge in Stainless Steel A++ (was £499) Now £364.01 delivered w/code @ Co-op Electrical
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
Good price if you're after a larder fridge. Originally it was £499, and its been reduced to £399, but you can get it for £364.01 using code: CMD30 You can also get Free Removal of… Read more

If you do a little research you will find that.. Fires originating from a fridge are extremely rare, though yes they do happen. Plastic backing on fridges does not directly cause fires as you seem to suggest, it does however provide less protection to the rear of the appliance in the event of a fire reaching it. Apparently the insulation material beyond the backing is highly flammable so metal backs can repel the flames longer than plastic. However, metal is a good heat conductor so the heat of a fire will surely transfer to the metal and expose it to the highly flammable insulation material inside and eventually ignite it. It's just about slowing down the spread of a fire with metal backing, not stopping it. Whilst I'm all for metal backing instead of plastic, perhaps the focus should be more on finding alternatives where possible to the highly flammable insulation materials used inside the appliance?


Very bad after sale service


Worst fridge ever... Please don't buy. Vegetables and fruits section do not get chilled. Vegetables go off really quick. Known problem and they sell some mats to resolve this but problem doesn't go away


Cashback is limited to specific retailers. Co-op is not one of them.


I agree. I ended up calling them and they confirmed that my purchase didn't qualify because Co-Op electrical is not in their approved list of retailers, which is nowhere obvious to be found... Nevertheless, even without the cashback, it was a very good price for what, I hope, will be an excellent fridge.

Sony KD49XF90 TV + x800 Blu-ray Player £1244.01 @ CoOp Electrical
Found 28th MayFound 28th May
I know the TV deal is mentioned elsewhere but add the blu ray player x800 and save a further £5. So you are getting the TV with 5 Year Guarantee & Blu-ray player for £1244.01 i… Read more

This is only 49" whereas the OLED is 55". Does this direct LED have its only LED for every single pixel? Very much doubt it. OLED does. Totally different league in my book.


Would be better if it was bundled with the X700 which is getting the Dolby Vision update (X800 isn't).


I don’t get how this is cold. It is a a top end direct led with Dolby Vision (updated last week). If you take away the equivalent cost of the (highly rated) 4K player, it is less than £1k - the 2017 49” model with slower processor has been getting hot at that price in the last couple of months.


Has the Dolby vision update rolled out yet?


This I Direct Led though. The LG is better in some ways better blacks but less backlight so not as bright, not so good on motion. It has better smart facilities though and of course OLED. This deal also gives you top drawer 4k player worth £275 and some people are concerned with oled screen burn. It is also 49 inch and some people can't go larger. I have one and very pleased with it and the player is great. It is also a 2018 model as against 2017

LG OLED55B7V  55 B7V SMART OLED TV  £1344 Co-op Electrical (Using £50 discount for members)
Found 28th MayFound 28th May
I missed out on the Richer sounds wc10 deal for the LG oled 55 b7v. And while browsing stumbled across this. Price advertised as 1499 like everywhere, but gets reduced to 1344 (m… Read more

VeryTrue! Point taken.


Not sure, but don’t think you can pick up a Sony OLED for this price?


Better than the Sony OLEDs?


These were £1349 last November, why are the deals so poor


I was on chat with JL and the person on chat agreed to price match with tekzone, but I need to buy immediately. He asked me to email the price match team if I am not going to buy it now. The price match team declined the pricematch. I prefer JL as I can get another 4% off through my employer.

Sony KD49XE7002BU 49" 4K TV for £434 with membership card @ CoOp Electrical
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
First deal, so be kind. Sony KD49XE7002BU 49” 4K Smart LED TV for £484.00, but you can get a further £50.00 off with a membership card (which can be gotten for £1) Discount for d… Read more
Get dealGet deal

I can confirm that you can screen mirror. It’s a bit of a faff at first, but it works alright. :D


I received the TV today and I don’t get where you’re coming from. I’m currently watching The Crown and the picture quality is excellent and the only adjustment I made was a slight increase on the brightness.


Wouldn't recommend this TV. Completely underwhelmed by it, everything seemed washed out and fuzzy - returned for a refund. My 8 year old Samsung 40" has a better picture!


Well let us know if you can thanks


So, does anyone know how this compares to the latest deals posted this week from other brands i.e. is this better picture quality than the Philips 50? Etc Answers for normal viewing and football would be much appreciated! Thank you x

World Cup TV Offers - LG 49UJ630V 49" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV £349 + Free £50 Co-op Electrical voucher (More TV's in post) @ Co-op Electrical - Co-op Members
Found 25th MayFound 25th May
Similar offer to RGB Direct to get this tv for £349 delivered but you also get a £50 Co-op Electrical voucher to spend on your next purchase *You need to be a Co-op member to see… Read more
Get dealGet deal

Dropped into inbox today. No minimum spend, valid til 16 Sept. Can buy "anything whatsoever from co-op electrical online". Happy days!


Nothing yet. I'm sure they will hold off til returns policy has well and truly ended.


Did you get the voucher? Haven’t seen mine yet


OOS. 5 year warranty with this TV?


So far so good. Still tinkering with settings but a solid quality tv with a host of features. Was led to believe this model had Youtube app installed but not there. Surfing through EPG on Freeview and Freesat at high speed can get a bit sticky. Having exclusive Netflix and Amazon buttons on remote is handy though. Overall great value. Now looking out for voucher to drop in inbox to see what's what as no terms and conditions appear to be out there.

Hisense H55U7A - 55inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart ULED TV 4 year gurrantee included and win a car at Co-Op Electrical for £549
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
USE CODE CT50 1)PromotionYou could win a car when you buy a selected Hisense TV from Co-op Electrical. To be in with a chance of winning a Kia Sportage you'll need to purchase on… Read more

this one or the hisense 6800? :S


Why is the 55 inch less than the 50?! Argggghhhh


Personally I'd prefer to pay the extra £20 and get it with a 6 year Richer Sounds warranty. Might even be able to get RS to pricematch this offer.

LG 49UH610V 49” 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £349.99 @ Co Op Electricals
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
LG 49UH610V 49” 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £349.99 @Co Op Electricals Product Features Screen Size: 49 HD Ready: 4K Ultra HD Internet and Smart: Yes Product Description When… Read more
Get dealGet deal

Bought this model about 18 months ago from another retailer for about 40 pounds more.Happy with smart features which are superior to most other brands.I find the sd picture to be poor.Hd is fine but it doesnt seem to like check or patterned shirts which waver badly.Overall probably 7 out of 10 rating




Is this an RGBW model?


Heat from me - good deal


What’s the code please?

Flymo Mini Trim 230w Electric Grass Trimmer £24.99 + Free delivery@  Co-op electrical
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Good reviews, dropped £5 and you also get FREE delivery at checkout. The Flymo Mini Trim grass trimmer is lightweight weighing in at only 2kg. It has a 21cm cutting width and i… Read more
Get dealGet deal

Take your boxers off for a better joke.


nice joke m8 tell it again


This is the worst cock ring I have ever used. Don't waste your money.

Morphy Richards 333007 2600w 4 steam generator iron £69.99 delivered / Hoover S2IN1300CA 2 in 1 Steam Mop £44.99  @ Co-op electrical
Found 18th MayFound 18th May
Can't beat a good steam generator iron to power through the mountain of clothes that seem to multiply in my house by the day! Heats up in less than a minute and also has a no burn… Read more

So powerful it takes off from its base. :o


No idea why I first thought it was an odd looking psvr from the small picture on my followed list. :s


Is this PS4 or Xbox edition :D


Is this the new Steam Machine?

Samsung UE55NU8000 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £1198 with code at  Co-op Electrical + 5% for coop members
Found 18th MayFound 18th May
£100 off the price on this TV + 5% for co-op members which comes to under £60 in member reward. Member reward is added after the delivery of the product so I've heard. Seems like a… Read more

It's literally double the price the UE55MU7000 has been, which is a better tv.


How about Samsung QE55Q6FAM £769 from Hughes EBay page. That's why people are voting cold.


Comes down to personal preference as well I guess. Always used Samsung products and never had issues with numerous TV, mobiles, pads and laptop's even a microwave lol. For someone like me who would choose Samsung over other products £150 odd quid off is still a good deal for 2018 model. But I get the point you guys raised. Fair play.


It's just far too much money for a TV with these specs. Much better TVs like the Sony XE90 have been available for a couple of hundred less than this on clearance over the past few months (in fact, you could get the 55" XE93 for slightly less than this just a few weeks ago). The new ranges are always massively-overpriced when they first hit the market, which is why the best time to buy a TV is always at the end or the start of the year thanks to Black Friday sales, Christmas sales and then the annual clearance. Granted, you may have missed the boat on the best deals at this point as stock of last year's better models is pretty much depleted, but it doesn't suddenly make this a great deal. It just means you accept being gouged if you really need a new TV at this time of year.


Admittedly its probably the cheapest you'll find this TV ... but, the NU models have just launched and aside from the change in number and a redesigned stand they are probably not much different to last year's MU models - you can currently get the 55MU8000 for £900 or less and probably quite a bit less soon when retailers need to get rid of the last few units to make way for these newer models.

Sony KD55XE8577SU 55" 4K UHD Smart LED TV £739 + £4.99 delivery @ Co Op with code
Found 17th MayFound 17th May
Product Features: 55” 4K Ultra HD screen gives you four times the detail of a standard Full HD TV Higher contrast, vibrant glowing colour and brighter images thanks to upscaling … Read more



You may be right, but I have been looking at this one and have been told its 8. I checked with RS and they say that its an 8. See link Frustrating for buyers that on an item that such a lot of money will be spent on there isn't a consistent spec for if you wanted 10 bit and it was, its a great deal, but at 8 bit, maybe there is something better suited to budget


Which model do you have? Looking to buy a new TV (and would like to know which ones to avoid!)


I have a 4K Sony 55" TV. I'd never buy another Sony TV after this. Slow UI, buggy as hell, no updates and pretty lacking in basic features.


This is 10-bit not 8-bit+FR. See Also KD55XE8596BU is same price (and seems to be the same TV with Black frame instead of Sliver), but is offerred with free delivery (so save £4.99) -

AEG Prosense L6FBI842N 8kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine £334 + FREE connection AND removal (£50 value) - plus more in OP @ Co-op Electrical
Refreshed 25th MayRefreshed 25th May
I’ve been looking for a quality branded washer and found this today use code CMD15 to get it for £334! Also you can opt for free connection and removal of your old machine ( thanks… Read more

It’s the one mentioned above inc pic


Labour costs make many repairs prohibitive. For some brands parts costs make it pointless, or are not available to independent repairers . For many newer models some repairs are not possible as the bearings are sealed in the drum. In the 1950s everything was viable for repair, it's not the same now.


Must be this 7kg machine for £574


Pleas share the Miele deal then...


There are many fantastic independent repairers out there, (if out of warranty, granted) not always worth paying for the extra warranty. Independents over manufactures / insurance companies every day of the week for me.

LG 60UJ750V 60 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV £729 with £50 OFF code @ Co-Op Electrical
Refreshed 17th MayRefreshed 17th May
Use discount code CT50 at checkout. Specs: 49 inch version awarded Which? Best Buy. Review here by retailer Marks Electrical: Read more

Awsome. Thank you


If you scroll down the specs page for this tv you will see RGBW structure 2880 RGB + 960 W listed. For your tv this is not shown. I am assuming this means your's is a proper 4K RGB panel however you can always contact LG tech support to be sure. Plus a review No mention of RGBW on the 60 inch. I think you are safe.


Thank you. You have put my mind at rest However, I can't see anything that gave it away on that site. Looking at the spec it seem almost identical to the one the guys are saying is not a true 4K (LG 60UJ750V) on this thread

i_need_bargains Looks like yours is a true 4K panel.


Guys; How do you know if your set is a real 4k or not? I find the information is not also available. I have 55UF860V in my guest room. The picture seem good to me but I will really like to know if it is a true 4k or not? Here it is on LG's website

Panasonic TX50EX750B 50" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £579 (With code) @ Co-Op Electrical
Refreshed 18th MayRefreshed 18th May
Last time, on 18th March, it was posted for £729 (with code) and it went 235 degree hot. The only TV in 2017 supporting 3D (highfive)

Not sure if been posted but topcashback are offering 15% on Panasonic TVs bought from Currys. Currently £649 - £97.35 = £551.65 so slightly cheaper??


Can anyone help? I am trying to determine if my TV is faulty or if it is simply a design limitation in this model. I am having issues with the aspect ratio when watching most 3D content in that it seems to stretch the image vertically to fill the entire screen, i.e. ignoring the aspect ratio, and it does not seem possible to change the aspect ratio at all. Questions 1. When watching any 3D content, can you alter the aspect ratio, i.e cycle through any of auto, 16:9, 4:3, zoom? If so what sources are you using? (USB stick with files, Blu-ray, PS3/PS4 etc). 2. When using 2D to 3D conversion i.e, just broadcast TV such as channel 4/5, can you change the aspect ratio at all when in 3D? I can change aspect ratio in 2D, but not when it is being converted to 3D. 3. Are you able to change the aspect ratio when watching Amazon prime using the built in Panasonic app? 4. Are you able to activate 2D to 3D conversion when watching content in amazon prime video? Thanks for any help on this.


(embarrassed) (:I :D


Well, I got the one I reserved (ex display) at richardsounds. Its nice tv but picture wise I still prefer my pioneer kuro 500m even though its not 4k :). ...this was for kitchen but when I replace my kuro, it has to be 65’’ OLED!


Not really. That's not what was being suggested at all. It was a very poor example to use. The CD player and 3DTV are completely different - one concept hugely successful, the other a complete flop. Again - who said delicates or silk-wash were awful? I certainly have not. Besides, one is more likely to use this feature on a washing machine than use 3D on a TV. Hence why delicates/silk-wash exist on the majority of machines and 3D does not. Do you start to get the common theme here? Nope - it is not. If my machine did not have it, I would hand-wash instead. I still do hand-wash for certain things. The 3D Blu-Ray format may still be sold at those places. However, for a format that was meant to supersede DVD, it has not done very well and besides, we have moved on since the 2000s. Two questions can still contradict each other... Let's not. This was tedious enough and besides, it has nothing to do with the original issue of 3D TV being a gimmick that TV manufactures and broadcasters have been quick to realise. If you have a problem with that, then please take it elsewhere.

Samsung UE49MU7000 49" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV  £578.99 delivered Co-Op Electrical with code
Found 16th MayFound 16th May
CT50 code for this price £4.99 delivery charge 50" Panasonic EX750 for only £5 more if anybody prefers...… Read more

I don't understand why its not hot? Seriously, please guide! I want to order it today. samsung UE49MU7000 or panasonic TX50EX750B Both are at almost same price. I wanted to have it in the kitchen (wide angles are not very important as my requirement is max 45 degree each side from centre of the TV) and mainly would be used to play youTube, NetFlix and AmazonPrime. No gaming.


Thanks OP, i brought this!


Posted last week for £629 and stays at +90° 😨


Don't understand the cold votes, the last time this deal was posted for £599 went hot!

LG 55UJ670V 55inch 4K UltraHD HDR Smart LED TV in Silver only £499 w/code @ Co-op Electrical
Found 15th MayFound 15th May
Great price, use CP30 to get £30 off! Perfect harmony between an IPS 4K Display and Multi HDR technologies generate incredibly rich and vibrant visuals.This stunning picture is c… Read more

And watching in a dark room another story


You also have to consider what Tv is next to the one you are viewing and are either correctly calibrated. Buying a tv is a nightmare lol


They are meant to be but I suppose it all depends on the quality of the tv. Ideally you would view it before buying. I can only go on what I saw. That said I posted an LG deal because it seemed decent value.


Ips panel's are better from an angle!


Is that really true. I'm sure that Va panels are over hyped

Sony KD55XE8596BU 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (HDR 10-bit, VA panel, Edge LED) - £739 using code + Free delivery @ Co-op Electrical
Found 11th MayFound 11th May Input lag as per the above spec seems to be 32ms, which sounds a bit excessive, unless others tried this TV for 4K gaming. Rest of the… Read more

Price dropped further (by £6) and now free delivery too. Updated the deal.


Weak HDR and slow OS. All good for everything else.


Proper Certified 4K too I see. The type to go for (apparently). No blank pixels.


Anything under 50ms should be fine for gaming unless you play competitive but then you would probably be using a monitor.


Good price - £50 saving on mine that I bought from them a few weeks ago.

Sony Bravia KD55XE7073SU 4K HDR Smart TV (X-Reality PRO for Enhanced Clarity, Texture and Detail Picture Quality, 2017 Model) for £549 delivered using code @ Co-Op Electrical
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
Surfing at Co-op earlier and notice they had this good looking Sony on offer for £579. It looks like Amazon have price matched too but possibly on the wrong model (shock)..Althoug… Read more

8 bit and FRC


Its a 55" size TV for poeple that dont know :)


Hotpoint 20 litre Conventional Microwave Oven £49.99 delivered + more Home appliances in OP @ Co-op electrical
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
Good price, free delivery also - no codes needed, price applied on-site. Take the fuss out of cooking and heating with the stylish and functional Hotpoint MyLine MWH 2031 Solo Mic… Read more
Get dealGet deal

Now £99


£300 refurbished at Coop Ebay site £580 at Currys and nearest model AEG L6FBI841N at JL is £430 £105 extra for 5 years warranty makes it £450 inc delivery for 5 years at £90 per year. Defo would have bought this had I not purchased a 8 kg 1200 RPM Beko from the Coop Ebay at £160 with just one year warranty.


That AEG washing machine is a damn good buy (y)


according to hotpoint site this is only 700w not the 750w co-op site claims so it might be a bit lightweight


£46.38 @ Hotpoint Clearance, free delivery. 2% Quidco. 2.02% TCB

Ice King IK8951AP2 145cm Tall Static Fridge Freezer in White A+ £189 with code at Co-op Electrical
Found 9th MayFound 9th May
140 litre capacity gives you enough room for a weekly food shop for 1 adult and 1 childThis 50/50 split slimline model is 48cm wide and 145cm tall and is ideal for a narrow kitchen… Read more

145cm tall?? Not really that tall is it, you would have be on your knees to consider it tall.




I have been unable to find anything to confirm whether this has metal or plastic backing. Without the information I would assume this is an unsafe product.


When you touch them your hair stands on end!! :p


Totally irrelevant pointless comment: Why do they call it a "static" fridge freezer? Can you get ones that follow you around these days? Because that would be great :)

Samsung UE55MU8000 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £789 @ Co-op Electrical
Found 5th MayFound 5th May
USE CODE CTV60 too reduce price too 789 IF CTV60 CODE STOP WORKING USE CODE CT50 this will reduce price too 799 Product DescriptionWitness a brighter, bolder world and discover e… Read more
Get dealGet deal

I want that model too... But I can't buy it under extended warranty now... And the software is quite possibly the worst ever, by a massive margin


The guy did say Samsung calibrate their TVs in store... but I just wasn't impressed with the OLED at all, even if it wasn't calibrated, it's out of the box performance was bad considering it's meant to be the best of the best 🙈 regarding burn in, I noticed richer sounds and others are selling a lot of refurb OLEDs on eBay... So that might be very telling!


After looking into it, it's not really worth the higher price. Also the MU7000 series is literally no different to the 8000 series 🙈


I agree 😔 apparently the 7000 and 8000 series have literally no difference. Also the 6f with QLED isn't really worth the price difference.


I will do ... Thank you

WhatsApp Alerts!
Deal Alerts!
Oops! Looks like we couldn't connect 😢 Please try again!
To sign up: add to your mobile contacts, then text us 'Start' via WhatsApp
Deal Alerts!
Want the hottest deals in your inbox?
Subscribe to receive an overview of the hottest deals posted each day.