Panasonic TH42PX60B 42" High Definition Digital Plasma TV for £899 inc del
Panasonic TH42PX60B 42" High Definition Digital Plasma TV for £899 inc del

Panasonic TH42PX60B 42" High Definition Digital Plasma TV for £899 inc del

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Yet another amazing TV deal from Currys! Using the discount codes below, you can get this lovely Panasonic TH42PX60B 42" High Definition Digital Plasma TV for £899.99 delivered. This TV is a grand at Dixons, and seems to be over £1200 everywhere else.

Promo codes: 973212CFP & TENEMAIL & PRFREEDEL

Details: HD Ready for exceptional picture quality * Receive up to 32 digital TV channels * V Real Viera colour management *
NICAM stereo sound * Twin HDMI digital connectivity * Table Top or Floor Stands available * Wall Mountable * Parental Lock * Sleep Timer * Headphone Socket *


Original Poster

Just one point to note - there does not seem to be a stand included at this price.

][COLOR=blue]Click here[/COLOR]for the cnet review.


Samsung fallen, now the Panny who's next...

Below looks a very good deal also with Wall bracket and most important on a tv like this 5 Year Warranty


schizoboy please don`t take this the wrong way but i think your pictures are missleading as its shows with the cabinet

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Below looks a very good deal also with Wall bracket and most important on … Below looks a very good deal also with Wall bracket and most important on a tv like this 5 Year Warranty]http://www.empiredirect.co.uk/content/products/details/index~modelcode~PAN-TH42PX60WAL.htm

Good post nochex - for the extra £100, I'd go for the Empire Direct one as it comes with the wall bracket and this:

FREE 5 Year Guarantee with this item

Don't forget a further £27 can be made via Quidco - £873 is a good price!

...I'd be keen to upgrade my TV at this price. Does anyone know if this Curry's deal comes with a plinth type stand... I already have a 42" glass stand, but would need something (supplied) to keep it upright to start with.

Additionally, any first-hand reviews?

All the stands and wall brackets are extra mate and let me tell you they are not cheap ecspecially the Cabiinet

Couldn't find hi res pics of the tv alone, the OP clearly states no cabinet or stand, its just for demonstration purposes, admins can remove it if they want.

Thanks, n0chex - I see the table-top stand I would need retails at £150, so I'd have to figure that into a purchase... around £1023 all-in from Curry's.

For anyone else considering I've done the rounds with Quidco/Vouchers and... to go with the Empire Direct deal, it would still amount to some £1160 (£1010 plus £150 for the stand).

Alternatively, John Lewis have it for £1253 who would be my preferred vendor... but not so sure at a £100 premium!

...what's an unused wall bracket worth at eBay, then??? ;-)

Evening all,

I have just noticed that there are some Christmas Currys vouchers which start on Wednesday 30th November. Is it worth waiting for these to try and get another £80 off the Plasma or is it a bit too risky and the existing deal may expire?

Also, does anyone know what kind of wall bracket you get with the Empire Direct deal?


I get the feeling TENEMAIL or the like will expire at that point or they will be exclusive. I doubt they will combine (if they are both valid at the same time).

Cheers Admin.

Also, if anyone can help me further.

I was swaying towards the Empire Direct deal with it having the 5 year guarantee...then I ready the "What your plan does not include" section. I am not that well up on guarantee terms and conditions but from what I read it doesn't look like you are covered for anything but a manufacturing fault.


The last thing I want is to be stuck with a broken Plasma and no comeback.

Does anyone have an opinion on whether it would be wiser to go with the Currys deal and just pay the 'Whatever Happens' cover plan?

Any help would be very much appreciated.


Further to this, why would they offer to "Protect your Purchase for only £179" if a 5 year guarantee is included?

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Hi smullard. Welcome to HotUKDeals.

Here's my opinion (take it as that however). If you're going for the one from Empire Direct, you'll be covered for manufacturing faults. You would not be covered for accidental damage I believe, but that should be on your own personal home insurance anyway.

On reading the Currys deal, it seems to be the same, but it has a few other things mentioned like "breakdown due to mishap" - is that not accidental damage anyway?

If you are worried about the Empire Direct warranty there is a much better solution which is to get this price matched through John Lewis who also provide a five year warranty on all their TV's as standard and whose customer service is exceptional.

JLP will only price match against high-street retailers and not internet sites however Empire Direct have stores which invariably use the same prices as their website. Pick the nearest ED store to you and check that they have stock and what the price is delivered. Then phone the nearest JLP store and ask for their undersales team; give them the details and ask for a pricematch. Don't let them fob you off - the JLP price match guarantee is detailed on their website.

They should then check it out and usually come back to you quickly. You may get charged the equivalent ED delivery charge unless you can collect it from the nearest JLP warehouse in which case it should be free.

This does work. I live near Edinburgh and I've got both my latest TV's this way; a year ago I saved £800 by price-matching the predecessor panny plasma with a shop in London and most recently an LCD for my son was pricematched by Edinburgh with the Bolton ED store saving me £150.

This TV is only £772.96 at ]Digital Direct, with the pedestal stand.

:pirate: CJ :pirate:

70 quid for delivery though, bit of a scam to make them appear cheapest on the comparison sites IMO
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