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Samsung QE55Q85RA 55" QLED £924.99 @ Crampton and Moore eBay
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Samsung QE55Q85RA 55" QLED £924.99 @ Crampton and Moore eBay

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Don’t think this has been posted yet. Great price for a great tv in my eyes. Free delivery.
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Cheaper at Very £899 with 10% offer they have at moment , same 1yr warranty (does not mention 5yr on ebay page)

12 months interest free
Edited by: "deanos" 20th May
... or a Richer Sounds £999 for a six year guarantee and hugely better TrustPilot reviews than JL : o )
Good deal this, cheapest it's been in a while. Paying an extra 75 quid for a pointless warranty is crazy...
Neil8220/05/2020 20:59

Good deal this, cheapest it's been in a while. Paying an extra 75 quid for …Good deal this, cheapest it's been in a while. Paying an extra 75 quid for a pointless warranty is crazy...


I'd argue it's not. JL warranty saved me twice. Second time I got original amount refunded 3 years after purchase.
the__cat20/05/2020 21:06

I'd argue it's not. JL warranty saved me twice. Second time I got original …I'd argue it's not. JL warranty saved me twice. Second time I got original amount refunded 3 years after purchase.


75 quid is an extra 8%. Pay that on every sizeable purchase you make, say over £100 for insurance/extended warranty and unless you're the unluckiest person in the world you'll be out of pocket overall long term, compared to someone buying the same products and at cheapest price everytime
Neil8220/05/2020 21:18

75 quid is an extra 8%. Pay that on every sizeable purchase you make, say …75 quid is an extra 8%. Pay that on every sizeable purchase you make, say over £100 for insurance/extended warranty and unless you're the unluckiest person in the world you'll be out of pocket overall long term, compared to someone buying the same products and at cheapest price everytime


Maybe, but as I said, it saved me twice. On that basis I'd be £600 down at least which is considerably more than 8%.
the__cat20/05/2020 21:23

Maybe, but as I said, it saved me twice. On that basis I'd be £600 down at …Maybe, but as I said, it saved me twice. On that basis I'd be £600 down at least which is considerably more than 8%.


I get your point and I really dont mean to argue but my point is this. In isolation, you made a good decision there that paid off. If however you apply the same logic to all other purchases, spending a 8% premium on for instance your soundbar, console, washing machine, tumbler etc etc overall the law of averages says it's very likely you would be worse off.

Its like a gambler telling you he won £100 off a £10 bet, what he isn't considering is the other 20, £10 bets on that didnt pay off...so overall down

I guess, I just read lots of posts on here where people really push extended warranties but they often arent good value for money
the__cat20/05/2020 21:23

Maybe, but as I said, it saved me twice. On that basis I'd be £600 down at …Maybe, but as I said, it saved me twice. On that basis I'd be £600 down at least which is considerably more than 8%.

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