Samsung UE55MU8000 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £924.99 @ Co-Op Electrical
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Samsung UE55MU8000 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £924.99 @ Co-Op Electrical

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Found 4th Mar
Tv normal price is £979
Receive discount of £75 for orders over £999 by adding discount code : CFA75



Cheapest option is £924.99 by purchasing a

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priced at £20.99 but obviously buy something you’ll need.

Credit to hamsmile for the £75 off voucher idea

Add in the 4% TopCashBack (£36.99) that you could possible receive and this comes to a grand total of: £887.99
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Add in the 4% TopCashBack (£36.99) that you could possible receive and this comes to a grand total of: £887.99



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khush012 m ago

Add in the 4% TopCashBack (£36.99) that you could possible receive and …Add in the 4% TopCashBack (£36.99) that you could possible receive and this comes to a grand total of: £887.99 [Image] https://www.topcashback.co.uk/co-operative-electrical/


All add this to the description
Add 139 for 5 years warranty or 57 for 3 years, it is about £1000, still good price for 10 bit TV
Too much more over the MU7000 to make it a good deal.

"The Samsung MU8000 offers almost the same performance and picture quality. Both TVs are great at handling motion, but in a bright room the MU9000 has the benefit of a better anti-reflective coating. If you've got a very bright room then it may be worth spending extra for the MU9000, but most people should go with the cheaper MU8000."

US MU9000 = UK MU8000
US MU8000 = UK MU7000


rtings.com/tv/…000

Spend a little bit more and get this:

powerdirect.co.uk/ind…D=U

With FALD. It also goes quite a bit brighter than the MU9000 for HDR content.
JL price matched mu9000 for 819 and havnt decided
As someone above said, a little more gets you the superior Sony.
Samsung so dropped the ball in 2017, here is hoping their 2018 line up is more inspiring.
lianghe198432 m ago

JL price matched mu9000 for 819 and havnt decided


How did you manage to get JL to price match MU9000? Is it the flat screen one or curved?
darkrider139 m ago

How did you manage to get JL to price match MU9000? Is it the flat screen …How did you manage to get JL to price match MU9000? Is it the flat screen one or curved?


Earlier deal on prcdirect, mu9000 is pretty much curved 8000
New lineup to be announced this week (7th). Let's see what comes around!
012344th Mar

spend a little less and get this £839 …spend a little less and get this £839 http://www.prcdirect.co.uk/euronics-samsung-ue55mu9000-55-mu9000-4k-uhd-hdr-1000-smart-tv.html?source=aw&AIDO=affilaite&awc=3631_1520191933_67d596eef5abe6384dfee9d59c1102c2&tm_source=Affiliate_Window&utm_medium=Affiliate_Marketing&utm_campaign=Affiliate_Window_Sale


Says £939 ?
Horrorwood19 h, 41 m ago

Too much more over the MU7000 to make it a good deal. "The Samsung MU8000 …Too much more over the MU7000 to make it a good deal. "The Samsung MU8000 offers almost the same performance and picture quality. Both TVs are great at handling motion, but in a bright room the MU9000 has the benefit of a better anti-reflective coating. If you've got a very bright room then it may be worth spending extra for the MU9000, but most people should go with the cheaper MU8000."US MU9000 = UK MU8000US MU8000 = UK MU7000https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/mu9000Spend a little bit more and get this:https://www.powerdirect.co.uk/index.php/sony-kd55xe9005bu-55-4k-hdr-smart-android-slim-led-tv-xr-1000hz.html?___SID=UWith FALD. It also goes quite a bit brighter than the MU9000 for HDR content.


I Purchased the UE55MU7000 a couple of days ago from Reliant Direct for £699 seemed like a good deal after doing alot of research. ( 49inch is 8bit 60hz but 55 and above are 10 bit 120hz)
Raff126625 m ago

I Purchased the UE55MU7000 a couple of days ago from Reliant Direct for …I Purchased the UE55MU7000 a couple of days ago from Reliant Direct for £699 seemed like a good deal after doing alot of research. ( 49inch is 8bit 60hz but 55 and above are 10 bit 120hz)


At that price point I think its by far the best model to go for.
Raff12664 h, 1 m ago

I Purchased the UE55MU7000 a couple of days ago from Reliant Direct for …I Purchased the UE55MU7000 a couple of days ago from Reliant Direct for £699 seemed like a good deal after doing alot of research. ( 49inch is 8bit 60hz but 55 and above are 10 bit 120hz)


You got a god price. No idea why this deal is hot, it's a terrible price really. This tv isn't anywhere near the Sony XE9005 and that's just a tiny bit more. The 65" MU7000 has been available for a little over £200 more than this also.
Agreed, might be lowest price currently but money is better spent elsewhere really.
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