Hisense LTDN55K220WSEU 55" Smart TV - Black £359 @ AO
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Hisense LTDN55K220WSEU 55" Smart TV - Black £359 @ AO

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Found 30th Aug 2015
Hisense LTDN55K220WSEU 55" Smart TV - Black £399
Use code: WATCH30 for £30 off = £369 free delivery.
use code : SMARTTV50 for £50 off = £349!! expired i believe.
use code: TENNEROFF for £10 off = £389
use code: SUPER40 for £40 off a £399 spend= £359 .You could add the £1.99 remove packaging service in delivery options if code does not work exactly on £399.Post how you got on.
contact ao.com support for codes not working.
plus 10% quidco expires in 16 hours!!

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What does "lite smart" mean?

10% quidco

Lite smart means there are some smart features not them all

Mlechko

What does "lite smart" mean?


Mlechko

What does "lite smart" mean?


Not half as clever as you might think
sorry bit bored this weekend
anyway voted hot

Original Poster

i have ordered one on there finance at £2 a week over 4 years and i get replacement/service if it goes wrong/brakes before i pay for it.Like a 4 year warrenty for free.

Shame it's 19.9% APR though to do that

Original Poster

Plus it Google Certified Shop site so In the rare case an issue does arise, Google will help resolve your issue and protect purchases up to £1,000*.

Omg this is a bargain kids

Original Poster

UniquelyMoi247

Shame it's 19.9% APR though to do that


its all i can afford.
Edited by: "cheesybeanzz74" 30th Aug 2015

I bought this the other week, its not bad but obviously there are some picture compromises like contrast and sharpness. Maybe im spoilt by better quality tvs but the size is also amazing. Remote sucks, too sensitive by far. No advanced gamma tuning etc. it has favourites but not a favourites mode.

Mlechko

What does "lite smart" mean?


Its the new politically correct term for people who choose to do 6th form

cheesybeanzz74

i have ordered one on there finance at £2 a week over 4 years and i get … i have ordered one on there finance at £2 a week over 4 years and i get replacement/service if it goes wrong/brakes before i pay for it.Like a 4 year warrenty for free.



except that warranty isn't free at all, it's 19.9% APR

cheesybeanzz74

its all i can afford.


You must be very rich to afford to pay 20% interest on something. Very bad financial sense

The bezel and legs look like an LG, LG panel maybe?

MaximusRo

You must be very rich to afford to pay 20% interest on something. Very … You must be very rich to afford to pay 20% interest on something. Very bad financial sense



oh shut up comments like yours......its all about the person if he wants 20% over 4 years why not? why dont you offer him all the cash with only 10% interest. talk about drive me nuts let me guess you bought your own house outright and have no mortgage at all with no interest rate if not why not? after all thats good financial sense???

or better yet do you rent so your paying for something you will never own?

Credit exists for people to spread the cost true some payday lenders take advantage but 20% APR (which is representative he could be paying less isnt too bad) so stand yourself down from martyrdom.
Edited by: "Jonwilkie" 31st Aug 2015

Quantity over quality. Cold.

I bought the 50 inch model 2 weeks ago for £279. I thought I would get what I paid for but so far the TV has been amazing! It looks brilliant with the tiny bezel and it isn't as wide as it looks on the pictures. I use my PS4 for smart features but I can still stream media to the TV from my phone. The sound is ok but I was planning to buy a soundbar anyway. The picture is great, especially in HD.

Even if I only have it for a few years before 4k hits the mainstream then I just need to remember I paid less than £300. I remember in 2006 paying £1000 for a 32 inch 720p Sony Bravia and DVD player!

commenter14

Quantity over quality. Cold.



oO I didn't realise you get more than one TV in this deal...

Original Poster

MaximusRo

You must be very rich to afford to pay 20% interest on something. Very … You must be very rich to afford to pay 20% interest on something. Very bad financial sense


when ao.com rang me up to confirm they said if tv brakes wihin 4 years i get a new one,while on finance.I figure this tv will not make 3rd year,so i should get 2 tvs for the price of one if im lucky.Also a 4 year warranty would be £200-£250ish together with tv cost its about the same price.I have five children and i have got xmas coming so i just cant afford to pay outright.Im happy with this deal and it suits me.

Original Poster

Jonwilkie

oh shut up comments like yours......its all about the person if he wants … oh shut up comments like yours......its all about the person if he wants 20% over 4 years why not? why dont you offer him all the cash with only 10% interest. talk about drive me nuts let me guess you bought your own house outright and have no mortgage at all with no interest rate if not why not? after all thats good financial sense???or better yet do you rent so your paying for something you will never own?Credit exists for people to spread the cost true some payday lenders take advantage but 20% APR (which is representative he could be paying less isnt too bad) so stand yourself down from martyrdom.


thanks!

only SUPER40 worked for me. no finance with it though....

Original Poster

johnro

only SUPER40 worked for me. no finance with it though....


nice.

Potential 10% cashback with Topcashback too, although not sure if it will work alongside the SUPER40 discount code. Could bring the price down to around £325-ish if it works!

Original Poster

Joshm74

Potential 10% cashback with Topcashback too, although not sure if it will … Potential 10% cashback with Topcashback too, although not sure if it will work alongside the SUPER40 discount code. Could bring the price down to around £325-ish if it works!


Also i got extra £10 off by signing up to there newsletter which pops up while browsing!

that TV got a phat ass!! Looks like flat screens from early 2000
http://content.ao.com/ProductImages/rvLarge/hisense_ltdn55k220wseu_ledtv_05_l.jpg

Absolute steal. 100hz but not only that. 3 million:1 contrast ratio. very good.

Just ordered using super40 code, came to £363.99 with selected day delivery. Has anybody used one of these for console gaming yet if so what's the review?

Original Poster

FrugalGamer87

Just ordered using super40 code, came to £363.99 with selected day … Just ordered using super40 code, came to £363.99 with selected day delivery. Has anybody used one of these for console gaming yet if so what's the review?


i get mine tmorow attaching ps4 to it.will update.

MaximusRo

You must be very rich to afford to pay 20% interest on something. Very … You must be very rich to afford to pay 20% interest on something. Very bad financial sense



​Bore off. We don't all have money that grows on trees and does it matter how other people spend their money?

Thought not.

Jonwilkie

oh shut up comments like yours......its all about the person if he wants … oh shut up comments like yours......its all about the person if he wants 20% over 4 years why not? why dont you offer him all the cash with only 10% interest. talk about drive me nuts let me guess you bought your own house outright and have no mortgage at all with no interest rate if not why not? after all thats good financial sense???or better yet do you rent so your paying for something you will never own?Credit exists for people to spread the cost true some payday lenders take advantage but 20% APR (which is representative he could be paying less isnt too bad) so stand yourself down from martyrdom.


First of all, telling people to shut up on a forum...hmm... I can see the lack of education in other aspects as well, not just the financial one.
You can't tell the difference between an appreciating asset like a house, bought with 2% interest v a depreciative asset bought with 20% interest.
Payday lenders? Only used by people living in council houses, because of their lack of education, unfortunately.

tomrowlands52

​Bore off. We don't all have money that grows on trees and does it matter … ​Bore off. We don't all have money that grows on trees and does it matter how other people spend their money? Thought not.


Seems like I touched a sensibile cord there.
This whole website is about how to spend your money right. People in the know give advice to others, seems like you don't appreciate their efforts

MaximusRo

Seems like I touched a sensibile cord there.This whole website is about … Seems like I touched a sensibile cord there.This whole website is about how to spend your money right. People in the know give advice to others, seems like you don't appreciate their efforts


You seem like the kind of person who takes sainsburys bags for life to carry their Aldi shopping home just to keep up appearances with the neighbours.

Would of thought a site like this would be beneath you my grace?

MaximusRo

Seems like I touched a sensibile cord there.This whole website is about … Seems like I touched a sensibile cord there.This whole website is about how to spend your money right. People in the know give advice to others, seems like you don't appreciate their efforts



My lack of education haha you amuse me however if you wish to compare we can face off on a random intelligence quotient (I presume you knew thats what I.Q. stood for) test. its head to head based that me and some of my friends use for fun and brain training. will also prove how lack of intelligence I have hmm?

As for this website err...noo.... i think you will find this website is called HOT UK DEALS! and not HOT UK LET SOMEONE ADVISE YOU ON EVERYTHING TO DO WITH MONEY EVER.

As you can see from your lack of support in this debate you are currently on par with a piece of chewing gum stuck to someones shoe.
Edited by: "Jonwilkie" 1st Sep 2015

FrugalGamer87

You seem like the kind of person who takes sainsburys bags for life to … You seem like the kind of person who takes sainsburys bags for life to carry their Aldi shopping home just to keep up appearances with the neighbours.Would of thought a site like this would be beneath you my grace?


Love this site and love aldi. Hate idiots like you, I have no idea how you think your comment is helping anyone.
I was only trying to help people realise what a bad decision is to take finance on something with 20% interest.
55" screen tv on finance... what a stereotype for benefit street tv show, isn't it? It's not my fault this classic image is portraited.

Jonwilkie

My lack of education haha you amuse me however if you wish to compare we … My lack of education haha you amuse me however if you wish to compare we can face off on a random intelligence quotient (I presume you knew thats what I.Q. stood for) test. its head to head based that me and some of my friends use for fun and brain training. will also prove how lack of intelligence I have hmm?As for this website err...noo.... i think you will find this website is called HOT UK DEALS! and not HOT UK LET SOMEONE ADVISE YOU ON EVERYTHING TO DO WITH MONEY EVER.As you can see from your lack of support in this debate you are currently on par with a piece of chewing gum stuck to someones shoe.


"that's"

"It's"

Jonwilkie

"that's""It's"


Thats grammaritical and bares little to no relevance as to my IQ. Again if you would like to head to head I would be happy to. but as from your reply we know a few things:
1) you will turn down my head to head knowing damn well you will lose, not your fault some people just act like they were dropped on their head at birth.
2) you know every point I have given is factual and correct, hence turning to grammar as a "comeback"
3) you realise you are as popular on this site as you are in real life, nothing more than a troll with no friends.
4) your boring me now, goodbye

Edited by: "Jonwilkie" 1st Sep 2015

Jonwilkie

Thats grammaritical and bares little to no relevance as to my IQ. Again … Thats grammaritical and bares little to no relevance as to my IQ. Again if you would like to head to head I would be happy to. but as from your reply we know a few things:1) you will turn down my head to head knowing full well you will lose2) you know every point I have given is factual and correct3) you realise you are as popular on this site as you are in real life, nothing more than a troll with no friends.4) your boring me now, goodbye


I was talking about education... there's a subtle difference that you are missing between IQ and education.
The very fact you get so passive-aggressive about the whole thing says something about you.
It is interesting seeing people evolving like this, although sad.

Jonwilkie

Thats grammaritical and bares little to no relevance as to my IQ. Again … Thats grammaritical and bares little to no relevance as to my IQ. Again if you would like to head to head I would be happy to. but as from your reply we know a few things:1) you will turn down my head to head knowing damn well you will lose, not your fault some people just act like they were dropped on their head at birth.2) you know every point I have given is factual and correct, hence turning to grammar as a "comeback"3) you realise you are as popular on this site as you are in real life, nothing more than a troll with no friends.4) your boring me now, goodbye


You made no factual points. The only factual point was made by me, that is a bad financial decision to buy something on 20% interest.
Can you work out how much interest will you pay over the 4 years to come? It's a bit tricky to calculate

Most people who get into these deals are not capable of such a calculation

MaximusRo

Love this site and love aldi. Hate idiots like you, I have no idea how … Love this site and love aldi. Hate idiots like you, I have no idea how you think your comment is helping anyone.I was only trying to help people realise what a bad decision is to take finance on something with 20% interest.55" screen tv on finance... what a stereotype for benefit street tv show, isn't it? It's not my fault this classic image is portraited.


The issue is your coming across as a pretentious, would be upper crust ****. You don't know individuals financial circumstances so it's probably better to just worry about yourself.

You don't know if the person taking finance has a couple of children to raise etc therefore is spreading the cost. You're probably one of these selfish bitter forty something's that are so in love with themselves they never had kids.

MaximusRo

First of all, telling people to shut up on a forum...hmm... I can see the … First of all, telling people to shut up on a forum...hmm... I can see the lack of education in other aspects as well, not just the financial one.You can't tell the difference between an appreciating asset like a house, bought with 2% interest v a depreciative asset bought with 20% interest.Payday lenders? Only used by people living in council houses, because of their lack of education, unfortunately.



Some very judgmental and snobby attitudes you're demonstrating there. Not nice to see.
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