SONY BRAVIA KD49XE9005 £874 with voucher at Currys/PC World
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SONY BRAVIA KD49XE9005 £874 with voucher at Currys/PC World

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Found 28th Dec 2017Edited by:"Raven_crow"
Bargain at £874 when using ebay voucher code PNY2018, voucher ends at 6PM today.
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3% TCB which would be another £20-£25 I think
do you still get the 5 yr warrenty via currys ebay?
hot. cheapest price yet
Its listed on the ebay page, underneath the specifications, so you should, or at least can ensure you do using the advert as proof.
idbroadhurst12 m ago

do you still get the 5 yr warrenty via currys ebay?

Been eyeing up this TV and trying to justify spending this much compared too some other cheaper ones. Is this really that much better then the Samsung's and lgs that are around £6-700ish?
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tchau10 m ago

Been eyeing up this TV and trying to justify spending this much compared …Been eyeing up this TV and trying to justify spending this much compared too some other cheaper ones. Is this really that much better then the Samsung's and lgs that are around £6-700ish?


Yes, the cheap sets are inferior by a fair bit.
tchau35 m ago

Been eyeing up this TV and trying to justify spending this much compared …Been eyeing up this TV and trying to justify spending this much compared too some other cheaper ones. Is this really that much better then the Samsung's and lgs that are around £6-700ish?


This is easily the best TV under £1000 currently (based on a lot of reading recently), but then a lot of the cheaper ones also have their positives (ie cheaper) and a large number of people will find that the next model down for about £600 (XE8005) or the Sony MU6400 (about £450 or half the price of this set) would do for them due to the fact that they will never put HDR through it, or even a lot of actual 4K content. My best mate for example has a £400 2016 LG 4K TV (not RGBW), whilst I prefer the picture on my 1080p H6400, he and his family love their TV and feel they got a right bargain.

You have to decide based on your viewing habits whether the extra bells and whistles are needed for you now or in the near future.
Pepp779 m ago

This is easily the best TV under £1000 currently (based on a lot of …This is easily the best TV under £1000 currently (based on a lot of reading recently), but then a lot of the cheaper ones also have their positives (ie cheaper) and a large number of people will find that the next model down for about £600 (XE8005) or the Sony MU6400 (about £450 or half the price of this set) would do for them due to the fact that they will never put HDR through it, or even a lot of actual 4K content. My best mate for example has a £400 2016 LG 4K TV (not RGBW), whilst I prefer the picture on my 1080p H6400, he and his family love their TV and feel they got a right bargain.You have to decide based on your viewing habits whether the extra bells and whistles are needed for you now or in the near future.


Thanks for this, I've just got an XBox 1X and already have a PS4PRO, but only have a 1080p Sony. I'm so tempted to buy this now... Was planning on maybe upgrading in March when I get a little bonus. Hopefully, this can be had for similar prices then!
How much for the 55 inch?
tchau54 m ago

Been eyeing up this TV and trying to justify spending this much compared …Been eyeing up this TV and trying to justify spending this much compared too some other cheaper ones. Is this really that much better then the Samsung's and lgs that are around £6-700ish?


Yes it smashes them outta the park, especially at this size. This TV is stunning.
tchau10 m ago

Thanks for this, I've just got an XBox 1X and already have a PS4PRO, but …Thanks for this, I've just got an XBox 1X and already have a PS4PRO, but only have a 1080p Sony. I'm so tempted to buy this now... Was planning on maybe upgrading in March when I get a little bonus. Hopefully, this can be had for similar prices then!


Then definitely, if you've spend hundreds on new consoles just for image quality upgrades then this is the least you want to be looking at.
If this was the 55 I would bite
JayHirani-e6ac8.9444023 m ago

How much for the 55 inch?


55 is 1124 with currys using the code, still a bit to much your not far off oled for that price it needs to fall under a grand.
Almost jumped on this earlier, but went for some switch stuff instead. Already having doubts lol.
Hmmm wonder if this will go cheaper
It only took a couple of you to convince me. Ordered one it took 4 different cards and numerous tries for my card to be accepted. Stupid fraud detection from PayPal and the bank, one of which I work for
Civichyde5 h, 59 m ago

55 is 1124 with currys using the code, still a bit to much your not far …55 is 1124 with currys using the code, still a bit to much your not far off oled for that price it needs to fall under a grand.


£1054 from Co op electrical with code PCT75.
Speedy8912 h, 3 m ago

£1054 from Co op electrical with code PCT75.


Still need it to drop a little further lol
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