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Samsung 65 inch QLED TV QE65W70R 2019 - £1,079 @ Samsung via unidays
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Samsung 65 inch QLED TV QE65W70R 2019 - £1,079 @ Samsung via unidays

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Posted 10th Feb

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”A premium performer at midrange money.” ’What Hi-Fi?’ 2019 award-winner.
Experience incredible picture detail as the filmmakers intended. Discover what’s lurking in the shadows of a horror movie or witness the true beauty of a sun filled landscape scene, with this Samsung 65 inch TV.
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This was just over £900 with free soundbar a few weeks ago. I think only comes with 1 year warranty too
wboy8410/02/2020 22:11

This was just over £900 with free soundbar a few weeks ago. I think only …This was just over £900 with free soundbar a few weeks ago. I think only comes with 1 year warranty too


Exactly!
Almir_D.10/02/2020 22:09

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Won't do as it's on the discount portal. Have to go through unidays, student beans, employee perks site, blue light discount etc. in order to access the discounted site.
ahenners11/02/2020 03:12

Won't do as it's on the discount portal. Have to go through unidays, …Won't do as it's on the discount portal. Have to go through unidays, student beans, employee perks site, blue light discount etc. in order to access the discounted site.


So this is only a deal for students and employees?
Prices have been fairly fixed for the last few weeks in the Samsung store. Lots of talk prices dropping over the next few weeks, so let's see what happens.

Although my mind has switched over to getting a LG B9/C9.
If a student can afford to spend £1K+ on a telly, they shouldn’t be whinging about their student loan
tommyboy2111/02/2020 06:44

So this is only a deal for students and employees?


Students or certain employee perk sites, armed forces and emergency service/NHS workers should be able to get it too. Don't have to be one of those, just know someone who is
My unidays order of a q70 lasted 2hours, IMO there's something fishy about these deals as there's always limited stock then another small batch
I'm convinced they are QC failures then parts replaced and sold out at a discount..
They took 14days after the TV was collected before they would move on then refunded without replacing no emails or callbacks as promised by the Asia helpline
Once bitten they say

And only a 1yr warranty not even the standard EU warranty
Ended up with a JL deal with 5yr
Edited by: "wanderer" 11th Feb
wanderer11/02/2020 09:25

My unidays order of a q70 lasted 2hours, IMO there's something fishy about …My unidays order of a q70 lasted 2hours, IMO there's something fishy about these deals as there's always limited stock then another small batchI'm convinced they are QC failures then parts replaced and sold out at a discount..They took 14days after the TV was collected before they would move on then refunded without replacing no emails or callbacks as promised by the Asia helpline Once bitten they sayAnd only a 1yr warranty not even the standard EU warrantyEnded up with a JL deal with 5yr


What do you mean that it lasted 2 hours?
Edited by: "wboy84" 11th Feb
wboy8411/02/2020 11:32

What do you mean that it lasted 2 hours?


Died two hours after delivery, but it was delivery by a van covered in dents and two scruffy delivery men (panther delivery)
wanderer11/02/2020 13:16

Died two hours after delivery, but it was delivery by a van covered in …Died two hours after delivery, but it was delivery by a van covered in dents and two scruffy delivery men (panther delivery)


I've seen the panther lot. Scruffy is generous.
wboy8410/02/2020 22:11

This was just over £900 with free soundbar a few weeks ago. I think only …This was just over £900 with free soundbar a few weeks ago. I think only comes with 1 year warranty too


Where was it on for £900? Thanks
Jeona198011/02/2020 14:00

Where was it on for £900? Thanks


Same site. Samsung via unidays
wboy8411/02/2020 14:32

Same site. Samsung via unidays


Basically the good gentleman is suggesting if you one of these to hand.
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adamderak11/02/2020 14:35

Basically the good gentleman is suggesting if you one of these to …Basically the good gentleman is suggesting if you one of these to hand.[Image]


No I'm saying current price is not good considering that it only comes with 1 year guarantee. Better off buying from JL for £1,199 and getting a 5 year guarantee. Besides the £900 deal also came with a soundbar.
wboy8411/02/2020 14:40

No I'm saying current price is not good considering that it only comes …No I'm saying current price is not good considering that it only comes with 1 year guarantee. Better off buying from JL for £1,199 and getting a 5 year guarantee. Besides the £900 deal also came with a soundbar.


Fair point.
wboy8411/02/2020 14:40

No I'm saying current price is not good considering that it only comes …No I'm saying current price is not good considering that it only comes with 1 year guarantee. Better off buying from JL for £1,199 and getting a 5 year guarantee. Besides the £900 deal also came with a soundbar.


I often wonder why people have such a strong preference to pay a premium price for extended warranties on a money saving site? Taking this item, you're suggesting spending an extra 11% (£1199 vs £1079) on top of the product price for a warranty that would cover you from years 2-5?

What are the chances of the TV failing in years 2-5? From what I've read if a TV hasn't failed in year 1 then it's pretty unlikely to until well after year 5. I appreciate there is a small chance, but £120 to cover something with such a small chance of occurring doesn't seem like a good deal? I'm not meaning to cause offence and appreciate the perceived reasonable cost of buying "peace of mind" will vary from person to person, i'm just generally curious how you feel the risk/cost stacks up on this one?
Neil8211/02/2020 16:03

I often wonder why people have such a strong preference to pay a premium …I often wonder why people have such a strong preference to pay a premium price for extended warranties on a money saving site? Taking this item, you're suggesting spending an extra 11% (£1199 vs £1079) on top of the product price for a warranty that would cover you from years 2-5? What are the chances of the TV failing in years 2-5? From what I've read if a TV hasn't failed in year 1 then it's pretty unlikely to until well after year 5. I appreciate there is a small chance, but £120 to cover something with such a small chance of occurring doesn't seem like a good deal? I'm not meaning to cause offence and appreciate the perceived reasonable cost of buying "peace of mind" will vary from person to person, i'm just generally curious how you feel the risk/cost stacks up on this one?


Read the comments above. One guy bought this product from Samsung and it died within 2 hours. Again I don't think it's a good deal at this price as it was below £1000 for at least one month
wboy8411/02/2020 16:08

Read the comments above. One guy bought this product from Samsung and it …Read the comments above. One guy bought this product from Samsung and it died within 2 hours. Again I don't think it's a good deal at this price as it was below £1000 for at least one month


I did, there'll always be the odd horror story regardless of whatever you buy and his failed within the 1st year, kind of my point really.
I guess i read your post incorrectly, i took it to mean you felt the extra £120 at JL was worth it purely on the grounds of receiving an extended warranty
Neil8211/02/2020 16:16

I did, there'll always be the odd horror story regardless of whatever you …I did, there'll always be the odd horror story regardless of whatever you buy and his failed within the 1st year, kind of my point really. I guess i read your post incorrectly, i took it to mean you felt the extra £120 at JL was worth it purely on the grounds of receiving an extended warranty


Perhaps so. JL/RS also provide better customer service etc. I guess its like paying for insurance, I've bought a number of appliances that have failed after 1 year. My dad bought a Sony 2 years ago and RS replaced it just before Christmas. You don't expect TVs to fail but it can happen.
Hi someone can send me unidays code? Please pm
wanderer11/02/2020 09:25

My unidays order of a q70 lasted 2hours, IMO there's something fishy about …My unidays order of a q70 lasted 2hours, IMO there's something fishy about these deals as there's always limited stock then another small batchI'm convinced they are QC failures then parts replaced and sold out at a discount..They took 14days after the TV was collected before they would move on then refunded without replacing no emails or callbacks as promised by the Asia helpline Once bitten they sayAnd only a 1yr warranty not even the standard EU warrantyEnded up with a JL deal with 5yr


Interesting point. I purchased a Q90R 55 in early December for a bargain £1199. It developed a fault straight away, but it was still watchable and they had no stock until last week. The replacement is coming tomorrow so will be interesting to see whether it's in full working order. I will say that I was also tracking John Lewis and they had very little stock so it may be that it's just down to poor supply
baggielad11/02/2020 21:05

Interesting point. I purchased a Q90R 55 in early December for a bargain …Interesting point. I purchased a Q90R 55 in early December for a bargain £1199. It developed a fault straight away, but it was still watchable and they had no stock until last week. The replacement is coming tomorrow so will be interesting to see whether it's in full working order. I will say that I was also tracking John Lewis and they had very little stock so it may be that it's just down to poor supply


Fingers crossed for you, ended up getting a q70 instead of the q80 as it had gone back up in price, maybe that's why they refunded me because it was another £50 extra.. Who knows...
Still fantastic TV even the remote controls my xbox blueray drive and my virgin box
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