Sony Bravia 55XD8005 £749 6 years guarantee @ richersounds - instore only deal
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Sony Bravia 55XD8005 £749 6 years guarantee @ richersounds - instore only deal

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Found 2nd JanMade hot 4th Jan
Sony Bravia 55XD8005 4k hdr
6 year guarantee. Instore buy

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Same price at John Lewis & Amazon!

waqar786

Same price at John Lewis & Amazon!


6 year guarantee from Richer sounds though

It's still worth it for online with 5 years guarantee for people that don't live local to Richer Sounds!

Richer Sounds starting to pi** me off with their deals (good ones) by making it available only instore.

iz123456789

Richer Sounds starting to pi** me off with their deals (good ones) by … Richer Sounds starting to pi** me off with their deals (good ones) by making it available only instore.



​exactly why not the have the same deal for online even if they charge delivery. if people really want the 6 yr guarantee then they'll pay £20-30 to have it delivered. they must lose out on so many sale opportunities limiting to in store only.

iz123456789

Richer Sounds starting to pi** me off with their deals (good ones) by … Richer Sounds starting to pi** me off with their deals (good ones) by making it available only instore.



They also say they wont be beaten on price, but then use the 6 year warranty as a get out if they dont want to match..

haritori

They also say they wont be beaten on price, but then use the 6 year … They also say they wont be beaten on price, but then use the 6 year warranty as a get out if they dont want to match..



A bit unfair as its not like for like is it when they have the longest warranty out there.If your TV packs in after 5 years 6 months you get a refund unlike JL where you get nothing.They don't have large distribution sites to enable full online deliveries, insteed they get a handful in each shop .You need to be quick off the mark for in store only deals .

I would not get out of bed for anything less than 60 inch.
Heat :-)

It's not really unfair - they have these bricks and mortar stores that they obviously want to drive traffic to, they know full well that it will upset some people who buy online (and yes, I'm one of them) but I may go into the store on a whim and if the deal wasn't there I might just come out with something else. I'm sure it's a calculated risk on their part rather than an oversight or deliberate nuisance.

Do not forget that Sony let lots of its customers down after YouTube and similar apps stop working forever! We ended up with a giant dumb monitor...

Just went to buy the tv I decided on: LG49UH770V from richer sounds and since yesterday it's gone up another £50. Never mind I was a day late .
Edited by: "stevenmb88" 4th Jan

cold not QLED

old tech
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