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PANASONIC 46" freesat HD PLASMA TV TXP46G15B 798.99 @ Costco
PANASONIC 46" freesat HD PLASMA TV TXP46G15B 798.99 @ Costco

PANASONIC 46" freesat HD PLASMA TV TXP46G15B 798.99 @ Costco

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This is a great bargain!!

Costco have a coupon valid from 18/01/10 to 07/02/10 for £100 off this tv which makes it come to £798.99!!!
This is the 46" G15 series and comes with a 5 year warranty!

I recently bought the 42" G15 from john lewis for £704 after staff discount and will be sticking to this as I dont need the bigger screen for £95 more but this is a great deal for anyone who wants the 46" G15 panny

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i need a 42 panny..haven't found one still after missing out on m&s and jl for 669......

samwants2save;7542955

i need a 42 panny..haven't found one still after missing out on m&s and … i need a 42 panny..haven't found one still after missing out on m&s and jl for 669......



Once you HAVE a 42" you'll be wanting a 46"... 50"... 52"... 55"... 60".... :-D

Took me a couple of years to talk friends into a bigGER screen (they went from 26" to 32" first), but now they have a 42" they would NEVER have gone to 32" again, and now say they might have gone 46" :w00t:!

MKD

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Where do you get the Coupon from?

Hot! Hot!

Zuulan;7543115

.Where do you get the Coupon from?



In my experience they usually have a stack of them in store, at the door and at the till.

Can anyone just walk in off the streets for this? and also does this have VAT?

would john lewis price match this?

Original Poster

WaKKo-;7545237

Can anyone just walk in off the streets for this? and also does this have … Can anyone just walk in off the streets for this? and also does this have VAT?would john lewis price match this?



You have to be a costco member........
no i dont think they would price match this... and yes it does include VAT

dmaster2000;7545952

You have to be a costco member........no i dont think they would price … You have to be a costco member........no i dont think they would price match this... and yes it does include VAT




Cheers now to find someone with a costco card

Looks good to me! I know new technology 's out all the time but is it worth hanging off until new sets with Freeview HD are released?

What a great price! My mate just bought this tv from Richer Sounds getting them to price match this older deal (hotukdeals.com/ite…-mo) for £829.

Apparently, these models are no longer being made so, if you can get your hands on one, it's a fantastic tv for the money!

For those that are not desperate for a TV right now you might as well wait a few months for the new Panasonic range to be released. The new TV's will utilise Pioneer Kuro technology thus giving an improvement in black levels compared to the current range. There's a good chance the processing power will have improved as well. For those that can't wait.. this is a good deal.

dmaster2000;7545952

You have to be a costco member........no i dont think they would price … You have to be a costco member........no i dont think they would price match this... and yes it does include VAT



wrong - you just have to be with a Costco member :whistling:

I've taken plenty of friends / family with me so that they can shop using my Costco card :thumbsup:

samwants2save;7542955

i need a 42 panny..haven't found one still after missing out on m&s and … i need a 42 panny..haven't found one still after missing out on m&s and jl for 669......



Me too Sam. Fingers crossed another deal will come up soon!

mk-donald;7543069

Once you HAVE a 42" you'll be wanting a 46"... 50"... 52"... 55"... … Once you HAVE a 42" you'll be wanting a 46"... 50"... 52"... 55"... 60".... :-DMKD



I'm looking for a 36" 24" 36" :whistling:

toonarmani;7560397

wrong - you just have to be with a Costco member :whistling:I've taken … wrong - you just have to be with a Costco member :whistling:I've taken plenty of friends / family with me so that they can shop using my Costco card :thumbsup:



i think thats what he said,you have to be a member to shop at costco,you cant just walk in off the street ,you can shop WITH a costco member but the last time i did this the member had to pay for his/her guests purchases due to potential fraud issues with non member purchases,it may of changed as ive not shopped at costco for a while because the prices not as cheap as they used to be,worth checking before taking a non member with you before you end up with this on your payment card! jl def will not price match costco as its a members only warehouse!

spaceman763;7560384

For those that are not desperate for a TV right now you might as well … For those that are not desperate for a TV right now you might as well wait a few months for the new Panasonic range to be released. The new TV's will utilise Pioneer Kuro technology thus giving an improvement in black levels compared to the current range. There's a good chance the processing power will have improved as well. For those that can't wait.. this is a good deal.



Yes they will be better, however the price will also be a lot higher on the new sets...

Also if youdo become a member then it may be worth having an executive membership as you get 2% back on your annual spend.
You would get £16 back on this and when you have been once I'm pretty sure most people will go back and spend quite a lot more (executive membership is around £40 - £50).
I have purchased lots of things and their customer service is unbeatable. Anything you don't like or broken take it back and a refund their and then.
Oh and here is a hot deal, hotdog and unlimited coke/fanta etc for £1.22p I think, maybe a few pence either side.
n0v

Sets with High Def freeview built in will be along shortly too, so worth bearing this in mind.

WalterSmith;7560565

Sets with High Def freeview built in will be along shortly too, so worth … Sets with High Def freeview built in will be along shortly too, so worth bearing this in mind.



I agree it is what I am waiting for and why some are being sold cheaper now.

spaceman763;7560384

For those that are not desperate for a TV right now you might as well … For those that are not desperate for a TV right now you might as well wait a few months for the new Panasonic range to be released. The new TV's will utilise Pioneer Kuro technology thus giving an improvement in black levels compared to the current range. There's a good chance the processing power will have improved as well. For those that can't wait.. this is a good deal.



Yes possibly the higher range 2010 will have Kuro technology in them and Freeview HD and possible 3d, but you will be looking at probably £1,500+ for a tv of this size. Plus who knows you might wait 3 months for them only to find they are bug laden flawed gash (unlikely but you never know).:-D

For this TV this is a stonking deal provided Costco have stock of them as they are basically discontinued.

WalterSmith;7560565

Sets with High Def freeview built in will be along shortly too, so worth … Sets with High Def freeview built in will be along shortly too, so worth bearing this in mind.



I still think that adding a decent standalone HD PVR is the way to go though Watty as that way you can watch SD on the inbuilt tuner while recording in glorious HD. Let's face it if you plan to record anything in HD you are gonna NEED the HD PVR anways.:)

I certainly think that the manufacturers may try and charge a premium price for the new sets with built in HD Freeview and it is probably going to only be the higher end TV's that are going to have this technology in the early part of the year anyways.:whistling:

spaceman763;7560384

For those that are not desperate for a TV right now you might as well … For those that are not desperate for a TV right now you might as well wait a few months for the new Panasonic range to be released. The new TV's will utilise Pioneer Kuro technology thus giving an improvement in black levels compared to the current range. There's a good chance the processing power will have improved as well. For those that can't wait.. this is a good deal.



Hi mate,

just wanted to know where you got this information. There has been a lot of talk of how the new 2010 Panny's [COLOR="Red"]may [/COLOR]use Kuro technology, but from what you say it sounds like you have some information that means they definitely will use it

monzablau16v;7560784

Hi mate,just wanted to know where you got this information. There has … Hi mate,just wanted to know where you got this information. There has been a lot of talk of how the new 2010 Panny's [COLOR="Red"]may [/COLOR]use Kuro technology, but from what you say it sounds like you have some information that means they definitely will use it



Over at AVForums they obviously have a good deal of experience with Kuro's (I think it might even be a reference set for them), and when looking at the new Panny's at CES they could instantly tell that there was Kuro tech in the new ones.

avforums.com/for…tml

Also, if you go to the 6th page of that thread and watch the embedded video, the guy at the Panasonic stand does hint that there is Pioneer tech in the TV's.

Skip to about 3:30 into the video to hear it.

kharma45;7560852

Over at AVForums they obviously have a good deal of experience with … Over at AVForums they obviously have a good deal of experience with Kuro's (I think it might even be a reference set for them), and when looking at the new Panny's at CES they could instantly tell that there was Kuro tech in the new ones.http://www.avforums.com/forums/plasma-televisions/1168221-panasonic-kuro-yes-really.htmlAlso, if you go to the 6th page of that thread and watch the embedded video, the guy at the Panasonic stand does hint that there is Pioneer tech in the TV's.Skip to about 3:30 into the video to hear it.



lovely, thanks mate.

Interesting times :thumbsup:

Just make sure you take a van so you can take it home with you. Theyd sell so much more if they could deliver bulky stuff .

Did anyone catch the new tech show on sky - I found it on sky anytime button - it was called unplugged - or something and feature the CES gadget show in Las Vegas - there is some awesome stuff coming out
with everyone going 3d tv - but at the end they showed a new pannie plasma of over 150" and it was described as Ultra HD - or something like that the show is a new rival to bbc - click

here's a few links if you are a gadget fan

news.sky.com/sky…gas


techwatch.co.uk/200…tv/

hooray henry;7560875

Just make sure you take a van so you can take it home with you. Theyd … Just make sure you take a van so you can take it home with you. Theyd sell so much more if they could deliver bulky stuff .



Any idea of the box size for this please?

Tie Tarse;7561422

Any idea of the box size for this please?



49"+33"+11 in inches,i still have box in garage from dixons deal so presume its the same as both panny 46" hope this helps my friend

rickj;7561497

49"+33"+11 in inches,i still have box in garage from dixons deal so … 49"+33"+11 in inches,i still have box in garage from dixons deal so presume its the same as both panny 46" hope this helps my friend



forgot to state make sure you transport it UPRIGHT!

i bought the 42'' Panasonic from M&S its still sealed never opened. If anyone wants it for the price i got it for an can pick up from n.w.london nr watford then PM me.

Tie Tarse;7561422

Any idea of the box size for this please?



You will need a Van or people carrier - I think you are meant to keep LCD's and Plasma's
upright too, so a roof rack probably isnt an option! I used a Ford S-Max to get my 46" TV
home and that just fitted standing up! I do wish CostCo had a cheap delivery service, they'd
sell heaps more big stuff - they sell three piece suites in store, imagine trying to get those home!

rickj;7561508

forgot to state make sure you transport it UPRIGHT!



TVM, I'll go and measure my car!:thumbsup:

Gez777;7561619

You will need a Van or people carrier - I think you are meant to keep … You will need a Van or people carrier - I think you are meant to keep LCD's and Plasma's upright too, so a roof rack probably isnt an option! I used a Ford S-Max to get my 46" TV home and that just fitted standing up! I do wish CostCo had a cheap delivery service, they'd sell heaps more big stuff - they sell three piece suites in store, imagine trying to get those home!



I've got an X-trail and CRV so I'll see if this fits, cheers:thumbsup:

wseed;7548753

Looks good to me! I know new technology 's out all the time but is it … Looks good to me! I know new technology 's out all the time but is it worth hanging off until new sets with Freeview HD are released?



they want that out by the time the football comes around again i think, so it might be worth it if your thinking to go HD anyway, plus the price on these should fall then too .... dont know what plans panasonic have though to update, so you might be waiting longer than you want, but in the past panasonic have been fairly fast to update tuners etc

I own this TV and in my opinion it's BRILLIANT and at this price it's an absolute bargain.

Whilst I can uderstand those that say "Wait and see the new range for 2010", when it comes to tech gear you can carry on saying that year after year as something better always comes out ... but you'll probably have to pay a premium for it. When you feed the TX-P4615G with a HD signal it realy shines, the BBC program 'Life' is a good demonstrator but whack on a Blu Ray and the TV really struts its stuff. I've watched ESPN HD sports broadcasts (Football, Gridiron and Basketball) and again, the picture quality is great. Football on SD is OK but the BBC coverage is better than the awful ITV feed. Still, I'm going to get a dish and hook the TV up to Freeview HD as it has a built in decoder.

I don't think anyone has mentioned (apologies if they have) this TV's DLNA networking facility. Mine is hooked up to my home network and I can access pictures and movies store on my PC / nework drives. So I can access my stored movies without having to use my (noisy) Xbox 360.

So to sum up, if you're after a 46in HD TV with built in Freesat HD, networking capabilities and great screen, the Panasonic TX-P46G15 is a TV you should seriously consider, especially at

Remember that Costco don't accept credit cards and I think the extended warranties are only valid if you are still a Costco member.

- Simon.

crofter;7560778

I still think that adding a decent standalone HD PVR is the way to go … I still think that adding a decent standalone HD PVR is the way to go though Watty as that way you can watch SD on the inbuilt tuner while recording in glorious HD. Let's face it if you plan to record anything in HD you are gonna NEED the HD PVR anways.:)I certainly think that the manufacturers may try and charge a premium price for the new sets with built in HD Freeview and it is probably going to only be the higher end TV's that are going to have this technology in the early part of the year anyways.:whistling:



Aye good shout. Not knocking this TV at all as Pana know what they are doing. I have a Pioneer myself though

brookheather;7563558

Remember that Costco don't accept credit cards and I think the extended … Remember that Costco don't accept credit cards and I think the extended warranties are only valid if you are still a Costco member.- Simon.



So thats 5 x £18 membership fees.

SilverBlack;7563654

So thats 5 x £18 membership fees.



V. Good point - well made.

How does the pany p46s10 compare to this?its £665.delivered.(maybe)
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