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LG OLED65B7V 65" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart OLED TV - £2,149 (with code) @ PRC Direct
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
Use code june150 Cheapest with 5 year warranty John Lewis will price match if you prefer

Well done pal enjoy!


I managed to get a price match from JL today. I asked them to match power direct who have a voucher displayed on page for £150 off. Strangely when you add to cart on power direct, it only discounts £120. JL still matched it at £150 off :).


Seems like the code has expired, didn't work for me :(


The number is on a label stuck to the screen so definitely legit, but when you call it you are through to Domestic and General who are LGs official extended warranty partner. Samsung have exactly the same arrangement.


No. Was just doing an enquiry. They never even asked. Did say that some retailers will offer more but there’s is 12 months

LG B7 Series OLED65B7V - 65" £2149 PRC Direct
Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
LG B7 Series OLED65B7V - 65” Cheapest I can find at the moment...use June150 to get it for this price. 5 year warranty John Lewis will price match also as code shows on there pag… Read more

55” or 65”? Which one 😬


Yeah, they have mastered 5" but struggling with the big stuff...


samsung the No.1 producer of OLED aha





Panasonic TX-58DX902B 58" Smart 3D 4K PRO LED TV  £899.00  PRC Direct
Found 9th JunFound 9th Jun
Flagship 2016 model with high scores at all reviews

Cool I will have to look into this


Luckily i have a friend in the industry so it didn't cost me anything, i believe he says its around £350 though. Had i not seen the the difference first hand i'd have been dubious about paying that amount of money but honestly the difference is incredible. I now have 2 modes ISF Day & ISF Night. Night covers 1080p up to normal 4K, Day covers 4K HDR


I got this TV January 2017. Sport movies and gaming is amazing. It was better than the some first wave OLED tv's.


They probably had 1 or 2 in stock to begin with. these were discontinued long ago.


That isn’t the same TV, that’s the edge-lit and vastly inferior 802b.

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LG OLED55B7V 55" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart OLED TV £1299 @ PRC Direct
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Includes a 5 year warranty and the option of buy now pay later with a £29 settlement fee. Could try and get John Lewisto price match.

Just got mine for £999 JL was one that was bought back brand new though £400 hot from me :D glad I waited


Got Curry's to Price Match RS at £1299. Done in-store. Then got 8% off that price via work vouchers. So total of £1196 all in for the C7. Plus 5 year guarantee and the 1 in 20 chance of it being free.


It's great pal! Worth every penny! Just get a decent sound bar with it and you're away. I bought through RS and they were fantastic


Happy with it?


I do the same. I bought the LG B7 not long ago. Saw you on that post too. You get around ;)

Samsung MU8000 55 inch 4K Premium UHD TV @ £749
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Possible 2.79 % cashback on quidco



Absolute rubbish - mu7000 at 55 inch is true 10bit. At 49inch it's 8+FRC thoug


Was told by someone at john lewis that the 8000 is a 10 bit and has an extra HDMI and usb whereas the 7000 is 8 bit plus frhc I saw the tv on display and the picture for the 8000 is really good even though it was next to an oled tv Im still waiting to find out of JL will price match nobody could give me a definitive answer Has anyone got RIcher sounds to price match?


Think the 8000 has some sort of extra filter for better colours compared to the 7000. Also the stand design might be a factor. For some people choosing between the two


Having the exact problem myself can't decide between the two

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LG 60SJ850V 60" 4K Smart Tv with 5 Year Warranty £799.00 PRC Direct with code
Refreshed 14th JunRefreshed 14th Jun
Good price for 60" version of this model

I done the exactly same thing I saw a few negative reviews and alot of positives and fought I'll risk it. Mine was terrible. If u have light and a bright room all-day then yes get this. I'f watch any film's in a near dark room then then u will be disappointed


We might just be keeping our's as it isn't looking bad to be honest. Have tried watching a few YouTube videos and the footie on BBC uhd and all is looking good so far. Fingers crossed!!


My situation is that a 65 incher will just over hang on the sides of my chimney breast. I currently have a 51 inch plasma which is almost the same physical size as a current day 55 inch led. Which will just be a little too small. Most people I speak to say to extend the chimney breast a little with MDF or plaster board. But there are dado rails in play here and a mantle etc. So a 60 inch is ideal. Just such a shame this is such poor quality. I'm still tempted to give it a go though... Hoping I'll get lucky with a decent panel. We do have a projector setup elsewhere too so am thinking whether I'll even care about back light bleed so much.


100% exactly my situation! No resolution in my mind just yet


The only issue now is, I cant find a good 60" TV. 65" too big, 55" too small but cant find a good 60" TV at a good price like this was. Any suggestions

LG 55UK630V 55" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV  £439 (w/ code) at PRC Direct
Found 4th JunFound 4th Jun
Always been happy with LG (and webOS seems better than most smart tv interfaces)

This better than the mu6400?


simple: 3/4 of the pixels are capable of RGB, the other 1/4 produce only white light. Cheaper panel to produce, relies on customers not caring or understanding.


I dunno what any of this even means, if it's more like 3k, how do they sell it as 4k, what does it mean when people say it's not real 4k, what does that mean the actual difference is between 4k that isn't 4k, and 4k that is?


“Well….we’ve got plenty of hearsay and conjecture. Those are *kinds* of evidence.” Homer J. Simpson.


Nobody had proven otherwise have they? so I proclaim my assumption to be correct. (poo) misleading spec TV.


Qled no thanks,blooming haloing,no dolby vision,55". Give up my friend you clearly know nothing about tvs,I wont reply again youre tediously boring and uneducated where tvs and panel technology is concerned, Have a good day ;)


I dont own a OLED TV for a start but Ok,can spend just as much on money on half step nonsense instead


I guess it's baboons and donkeys that buy TVs?


Obviously just another oled fanboy who doesn't actually know anything about image retention,hdr peak brightness,color gamut,limited lifespan.


I wasn't aware I told anyone they were crazy :/ :/

Samsung UE55MU8000 55" MU8000 4K UHD HDR 1000 Smart TV - £819 with code at  PRC Direct
Found 24th MayFound 24th May
£819 after using £10 off code MAY10. Only 12 months manufacturers guarantee, but does include free 10 year guarantee against screen burn. Richer Sounds price is currently £949 with… Read more

Also, check the pictures of each set, this mu8000 matches the pics of the USA mu9000. There's a lot of misinformation in the post and in the comments section here, might be best to expire this deal to save any confusion.


According to techradar, you have this the wrong way round. UK MU8000 = USA MU7000


I got price match from johnlewis for 819 & 809 from Richer sounds


Was successful in requesting a John Lewis pricematch so please to say I'm getting this from them with a 5-Year Guarantee for £829


These prices will continue to drop the closer we get to the World Cup...I expect this TV to come down to round £750 shortly

Samsung UE49MU7000 49" MU7000 Dynamic Crystal Colour Ultra HD HDR Smart TV - £629 @ PRC Direct
Found 9th MayFound 9th May
Samsung UE49MU7000 49" MU7000 Dynamic Crystal Colour Ultra HD HDR Smart TV Been looking at this TV for a while best price I’ve seen
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Thanks for getting back to me. I can’t believe they don’t put this information out can’t find it anywhere. Have got John Lewis to price match though happy days


I have mine mounted, so no feet, so cant comment I am afraid. However, someone else did answer this question either on HotUkDeals, or on a forum. I had a quick look, but could not find the link. Sorry.


Hi can I ask how far apart are the feet and are there different positions for them?


That's the opposite of what you mainly hear on here. JL aren't a scratch on RS supposedly.


I did this with the 55"mu7000 at Xmas and they got back to me within the hour. Much better customer service than R.S I believe too even if it is only 5 yrs warranty instead of 6. It'll be long gone by then anyway. Lol

LG OLED65B7V 65" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart OLED TV @ £1899 with code (£2499 before code) - PRC Direct inc 5 Year Warranty
Found 5th MayFound 5th May
Currently showing for £2499 but add discount coupon MAY600 to get this for 1899!!!!! Includes a 5 year warranty too. Insane price! Don't know if Richer Sounds etc will price matc… Read more

I can't believe I missed this


Worse of course, low resolution stretched over a larger area. When SD came along most TVs were probably under 32".


What do mean, do the content look better on 65 inch or worse


I think the main issue is stretching SD content to 65 inches.


No 4k tv will make sd content look good unfortunately.

Samsung UE55MU9000 55" 4K Smart Tv £799.00 with code PRC Direct
Found 2nd MayFound 2nd May
Great price Use voucher code MAY100 to receive £100 off

I'm not dissing the deal I genuinely wondered why anyone would want a curved tv.


(lol) (lol) Surprised anyone puts any deals on here with people like you


Good job I'm stupid then


Why would anyone right stupid comments. It’s for the same reason you wouldn’t have one...... personal preference.


Advice needed, this TV or Samsung MU7000 seen here? Or another TV in this price range? Have a 4k Hisense 50m3300 thats gone faulty and looking to replace but will spend a little more for a decent HDR performance and HD/UHD Picture Quality. Use it for Xbox One X, PS4 Pro and SKY Q UHD/Netflix. Thanks in advance..

Samsung UE55MU8000 HDR 1000 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with TVPlus/Freesat HD, Dynamic Crystal Colour & 360 Design, Ultra HD Certified, Silver at PRC Direct for £849
Found 29th AprFound 29th Apr
USE CODE APR50 FREE 10 years screen burn Claim your Nation’s Football Shirt via redemption Click here for more deta… Read more

Same here I don't know whether to wait for pre world cup deals. I have a price match for the q6f for £829 which expires Wednesday. And the the £849 deal on the Samsung mu8000..


Code has expired but just got a price match at 849 from JL.... Decisions..


Is there really that much difference my understanding is that the q6f was built to be the cheap q model. I've been told that the q6f is brighter but the MU8000 has better contrast an is better at motion handling. Is this correct ?


Hi it was mainly gaming but then it done it during normal TV via the virgin V6 box. Was very annoying. I was one of the unlucky ones. I replaced it with a Sony 9305e which was the double the price and was rubbish. Miss the Samsung to be honest. If didn't have that one fault I would have it back. I will probs get LG oled if they come bk down to £1300


Thanks a lot for reply, sorry last question - were the black screens during gaming or just TV / blu Ray watching? Thanks again v much

Samsung UE49MU7000 at PRC Direct with 5yr warranty - £639 @ PCR Direct
Found 23rd AprFound 23rd Apr
RS and JL will match the price. Samsung UE49MU7000 49" MU7000 Dynamic Crystal Colour Ultra HD HDR Smart TV. Free 5 Year Warranty Free 10 Year Screen Burn Warranty

The 55inch is a 10bit panel (see link below). But you are right about the viewing content. It is a base level HDR set. Still great value set for the money




sorry but that is incorrect. the 55inch is a 10bit panel and the 49 is the 8bit+FRC. you are correct that the 55inch is 120hz and 49inch 69hz though. Google it ....not sure why Samsung done this? should be a different model number entirely


HDR is absolutely not a fad and in fact is arguably one of the more significant reasons to upgrade to new display tech. However at the moment it does cost a lot to get the best implementation of HDR. I believe Samsung's 7000 series is at the entry level for a "proper" example of HDR in consumer displays. You pay more, you get more, as with most things. HDR means you get a more realistic image, with greater color range and better contrast ratio. Better brightness, better black levels. Having more pixels to play with is good but HDR is the real game changer.


Nah, it's not. You have to step up to the MU8000 to get a native 10-bit panel. The whole thing is completely irrelevant anyway. Nobody watching normal content is going to be able to tell the difference between an 8-bit panel with FRC and a native 10-bit panel.

Sony KD55XE8577SU 55" 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart Android TV, Silver Finish - £829 at 	PRC Direct - JL price match possible
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Cheapest I have seen for this model.. JL was happy to price match..
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People’s republic of China? Direct ? I like it . Miss out the middle men


The last two digits in (4 digit) Sony TV model numbers are cosmetic differences. It's the same TV panel, spec etc In this case, the 77 denotes a silver frame.


What is the difference between this and the 8596? The model number makes it sound worse but it's more expensive?


Thanks for sharing op...

Samsung UE55MU9000 Curved HDR 1000 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with TVPlus/Freesat HD, Dynamic Crystal Colour & 360 Design, Ultra HD Certified, Silver
Found 3rd MarFound 3rd Mar
Use voucher code MAR100 to receive £100 off. Witness a brighter, bolder world and discover exceptional Certified Ultra HD with our MU9000 Curved Dynamic Crystal Colour TV.With stri… Read more

Anyone know the criteria for the MAR100 on PRCDIRECT? Noticed it worked on some tv's and not others



Panasonic NRBS53VW3B American Fridge Freezer (Plumbed in) - 50% OFF with discount code FEB50P £799.50 @ PCR direct
Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
50% OFF with discount code FEB50P Looks like a good deal for anyone in the market for a new Fridge Freezer. Mixed reviews online, although these appear to be for the older model. … Read more
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Couldn’t disagree more, never get a Samsung fridge again = poor quality but good looks, plain & simple a terrible brand that try’s to cover what’s inside.


Just a word of warning on warranty. As mentioned earlier, Panasonic have pulled out of the white goods market. I have extended warranty on my washing machine until mid 2019. They sent someone to fix it from an independent white goods store. He broke the machine then blamed me. Panasonic aren’t interested and are also pointing the finger at me. It’s the circulation pump that’s faulty, works intermittently. Apparently it was fine before he touched even though it took 2 months for them to come out to it. Where is the logic in that? I report a faulty pump 2 months before and then he turns up to replace it but then breaks it entirely... Customer service staff have zero sympathy and struggle to talk any sense.


one word, convenience


Did he switch it off and on to fix it?


Lots of people get good John Lewis deals as this site will attest.