Samsung UE55MU9000 UHD 4K HDR10 £799 @ Currys with 5 years warranty
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Samsung UE55MU9000 UHD 4K HDR10 £799 @ Currys with 5 years warranty

£799.97£8294%Currys Deals
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Found 18th May
Top end TV, VA 10-bit HDR panel, Edge-LED


Potentially £50 back if England team gets through group stages (with whatever the odds of that happening).

Currys seem to have price matched this (.97 more than AO or Reliant but with 5 year warranty) - currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

Same price at Reliant Direct (but with Code and 5 year warranty from the supplier) - reliantdirect.co.uk/Tel…htm

AO (No 5 year warranty) - ao.com/pro…spx
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Rabmac13 m ago

It is a great deal but as a Scotsman I could not take up the offer because …It is a great deal but as a Scotsman I could not take up the offer because I could not imagine cheering on England just so I got £50.


You can save your voice...you smellies ain't been to a final since God was a boy...
Edited by: "doctorblue" 18th May
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strange how UE55MU8000 (same TV without curve) is £949
aravind_svu18th May

strange how UE55MU8000 (same TV without curve) is £949


Because who actually wants curved tv really? I'd chose straight over curved if same price
jayman19861 m ago

Because who actually wants curved tv really? I'd chose straight over …Because who actually wants curved tv really? I'd chose straight over curved if same price


If the same price... I am surprised that the price is vastly different for the same tv with just curved panel.
It is a great deal but as a Scotsman I could not take up the offer because I could not imagine cheering on England just so I got £50.
Rabmac13 m ago

It is a great deal but as a Scotsman I could not take up the offer because …It is a great deal but as a Scotsman I could not take up the offer because I could not imagine cheering on England just so I got £50.


You can save your voice...you smellies ain't been to a final since God was a boy...
Edited by: "doctorblue" 18th May
doctorblue3 m ago

You can save your voice...you smellies ain't been to a final since God was …You can save your voice...you smellies ain't been to a final since God was a boy...


you mean a girl
I'd rather the q6fam for 50 quid more
allenjones200334 m ago

I'd rather the q6fam for 50 quid more


why? how is Q6FAM better than MU9000?
I have a 65 inch curve Samsung and there's virtually no differences between it and a flat screen so please ignore all comments from anyone complaining about curved tv's.
Prosamuraiman4 m ago

I have a 65 inch curve Samsung and there's virtually no differences …I have a 65 inch curve Samsung and there's virtually no differences between it and a flat screen so please ignore all comments from anyone complaining about curved tv's.


i know buddy. A friend of mine have the 65" version of this tv and its a treat to watch. The curve makes virtually no difference. Perhaos on 55" it might be more visible but i am glad that i am buying the curved one.
Prosamuraiman6 m ago

I have a 65 inch curve Samsung and there's virtually no differences …I have a 65 inch curve Samsung and there's virtually no differences between it and a flat screen so please ignore all comments from anyone complaining about curved tv's.


Curved is great for a personal viewing experience but not a great living room TV, the angle is too narrow.
Prosamuraiman6 m ago

I have a 65 inch curve Samsung and there's virtually no differences …I have a 65 inch curve Samsung and there's virtually no differences between it and a flat screen so please ignore all comments from anyone complaining about curved tv's.


All the more reason to complain then as they charge more for the curve in general.
Jocky.Balboa2 m ago

All the more reason to complain then as they charge more for the curve in …All the more reason to complain then as they charge more for the curve in general.


True, given the current price of UE55MU8000 is considerably more expensive than UE55MU9000 it seems the market clearly prefers flat over curved. But i guess for those like me who prefer curved TV this is an opportunity to buy cheaper.
aravind_svu7 m ago

True, given the current price of UE55MU8000 is considerably more expensive …True, given the current price of UE55MU8000 is considerably more expensive than UE55MU9000 it seems the market clearly prefers flat over curved. But i guess for those like me who prefer curved TV this is an opportunity to buy cheaper.


You must have missed this:
hotukdeals.com/dea…563

Considering this tv (9000) is just the 8000 curved this deal shouldn't be very hot.
Seems Quidco has 10% cashback on samsung tvs, so could be worth a punt, even tough it seems random if cashback tracks with quidco
£50 if England get through the group stages so £799 then.
They should label these as "seconds" - with their dodgy bent screens.
Edited by: "thekitkatshuffler" 18th May
Super Hot deal
Heat for the VA panel.
Prosamuraiman43 m ago

I have a 65 inch curve Samsung and there's virtually no differences …I have a 65 inch curve Samsung and there's virtually no differences between it and a flat screen so please ignore all comments from anyone complaining about curved tv's.


Second that, love the curved sets as you get used to them after a while.
This seems like a great deal. While curved isn't quite for me i think it's personal preference, but if it were flat I'd jump
As England are 7/1 with Betway to not get out of the Group Stage, all you need to do is put £10 on them to not qualify.

Therefore £40 profit if they qualify, £70 if they don't.
Curved is great for me in our cinema room because we watch head on. Otherwise forget it as side angles are not good. The effect of immersion is verysubtle but there.
MIDURIX1 h, 13 m ago

You must have missed …You must have missed this:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue55mu8000-hdr10004k-ultrahd-smart-55-included-5-year-warranty-tv-69997-instore-at-currys-bedford-2940563Considering this tv (9000) is just the 8000 curved this deal shouldn't be very hot.


difference between Clarence and this is that the Clearence TVs from Currys are ex-display. I had UE65MU8000 (65" version) in our local Currys for £1099.97. That to me is a great deal if it didn't have few scuffs and scratches at the back.
aravind_svu6 m ago

difference between Clarence and this is that the Clearence TVs from Currys …difference between Clarence and this is that the Clearence TVs from Currys are ex-display. I had UE65MU8000 (65" version) in our local Currys for £1099.97. That to me is a great deal if it didn't have few scuffs and scratches at the back.


Apart from the OP who got a brand new one :p. The UE65MU9000 has been £960 and MU8000 version has been a tiny bit more with 5 year warranty.
MIDURIX6 m ago

Apart from the OP who got a brand new one :p. The UE65MU9000 has been …Apart from the OP who got a brand new one :p. The UE65MU9000 has been £960 and MU8000 version has been a tiny bit more with 5 year warranty.


Surely not with 5 years warranty
aravind_svu4 h, 31 m ago

If the same price... I am surprised that the price is vastly different for …If the same price... I am surprised that the price is vastly different for the same tv with just curved panel.


That's my point though, I'm guessing many other people are like me, so the logical reason would be for the retailer to sell them cheaper in order to get people to buy them? Or does that not make sense?
I've had this model for around 3 weeks and it's great. Curve on 55" is hardly noticeable though. OS is unbelievably fast compared to my 2015 6000 series. Daytime glare is my only criticism.
I've got the 65" ks 9000 and it a cracking Tv . This is the replacement of mine .. great price for a stunning Tv albeit only 55" .... but still cracking Tv at a cracking price ... also with any Samsung uhd TVs .. you get 10 uhd rentals via streaming on Tv plus app ...
Prosamuraiman7 h, 26 m ago

I have a 65 inch curve Samsung and there's virtually no differences …I have a 65 inch curve Samsung and there's virtually no differences between it and a flat screen so please ignore all comments from anyone complaining about curved tv's.


I have a curved Samsung myself, and there are a number of differences. Most of these come down to viewing angles/personal preference, but they do exist. Perhaps one of the reasons why so many people dislike curved, is due to the advantages being mainly noticeable on the larger screens of 65" and up, where as the most popular sized TVs at the moment is 55". At 55" in my experience, the benefits don't really outweigh the costs (although the top-end curved Tv's do look more stylish as a piece of furniture in my opinion). 65" and over, and you really get the benefit of an added level of immersion, impressive viewing angles, and superior anti-glare properties for those with direct sunlight.
That's a great price for a top end tv, I have the Oled 55 which is curved and the point is you really don't notice it. It was only done to try and make the Oled's stand out and then Samsung copied. The only problem is these are edge lite and on the bigger screens and with some content it shows up. However they are only now bringing out the new range which is fully back lite LED and they are getting top marks for an LCD Tv.
i spent whole night gaming with Xbox One X and unfortunately motion blur seems to be visible wt times. Could be the game itself or the TV settings but optimum.

However the curve didn't bother me at all, is actually making the viewing experience much better. I guess that depends on the room size and distance to TV. In our case the distance is only about 6 feet.
I have had this TV for a while now. It's very good but not without its issues. Main problem is flashlighting, where on dark scenes it looks like someone shining a torch from the corners. Also it is very buggy. Often basic functions like mute, TV guide, WiFi freeze up and you have to turn off the tv to reset it.
Doesn't this have a load of back light bleed?
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