Sony Bravia KDL-50W829B 50" LED 3D Smart TV £649 (£559) Year Warranty with £90 Vouchers Sony Centre Stores Only
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Sony Bravia KDL-50W829B 50" LED 3D Smart TV £649 (£559) Year Warranty with £90 Vouchers Sony Centre Stores Only

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Found 22nd Feb 2015
Sony Centre Stores are doing the Sony Bravia KDL-50W829B for £649 with £90 Sony Vouchers. I saw this in the Leeds Sony Centre. So works out to be £559 if you include the £90 vouchers.

Includes 5 year warranty

In store Only

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£90 vouchers to do what?

Original Poster

crazymonkey

£90 vouchers to do what?



Spend at a Sony Centre I guess

is it comes with 5 years warranty

Original Poster

Hunt4deal

is it comes with 5 years warranty



added thanks

who is the 5 year warranty with? Sony directly?

Warrany not quarantee
Warranty planty of small print
Good deal anyway. Heat odded

hajabi

Warrany not quaranteeWarranty planty of small printGood deal anyway. Heat … Warrany not quaranteeWarranty planty of small printGood deal anyway. Heat odded



You might be able to get a new keyboard with the £90 voucher

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wolvesinwales

You might be able to get a new keyboard with the £90 voucher



Or 30 pints in a pub / or 90 pints from the shop

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hajabi

CommentOr 30 pints in a pub / or 90 pints from the shop



Pints, wahay what a lad

great tv, bought mine black Friday will definitely buy another heat added

this tv is well worth the money

Buy! You won't regret it, love mine

Got this tv, best one I've had

proctor1

great tv, bought mine black Friday will definitely buy another heat added



I got one in a John Lewis offer a few months back, great tv.

Internal speakers, like most slim tv's, are a bit weak so I got a sound base as well (wanted extra hdmi's). With the £90 voucher offer a sound bar or base would be essentially free.

Good price - I paid £800 for the 46" W905 las year.

Would JL online or JL instore price match this?

I know they match online prices, but never tried for an instore price.

Thank you to anyone that helps me with this.

Libertas.

Libertas

Would JL online or JL instore price match this?I know they match online … Would JL online or JL instore price match this?I know they match online prices, but never tried for an instore price.Thank you to anyone that helps me with this.Libertas.



if you have a sony centre close to your local john lewis they would, but then you would be best getting it from the sony centre, its unlikely john lewis will give you the vouchers also.

Libertas

Would JL online or JL instore price match this?I know they match online … Would JL online or JL instore price match this?I know they match online prices, but never tried for an instore price.Thank you to anyone that helps me with this.Libertas.




I got this a couple of weeks ago from JL who priced match it instore £649

Note sure if they will give vouchers,
Great tv by the way
Edited by: "cyclops" 23rd Feb 2015

Don't know why this is not even more hot! The Sony w8 series 50" only 349? Bargain! Superb TV especially for gaming
Edited by: "akuakuu" 23rd Feb 2015

Well I would have voted Hot.... but you put a picture of Frozen on the TV and now I have to vote cold.

will they let you use vouchers against the purchase? (_;)

paid 750 from JL few months back, brilliant TV
Edited by: "Mr_Anderson" 23rd Feb 2015

Excellent TV. I got mine from Martin Dawes. It was listed at a higher price, I asked them what their best price was and they said £649 (inc the Sony 5yr guarantee). So worth an ask if local.

Good store got my last few Sony's from here, wonder if she'll notice if I upgrade again lol.

I bought this in the summer from John Lewis, £750, great tv , heat added

what about the 55" ??

Original Poster

scatman69

what about the 55" ??



That one was still at £799. It did come with vouchers but cannot recall how much.Call up your local and ask.

I wish i have my own house so i can buy this LED

I would get this but I think my local store shut down about a year ago. Shame its not online as well

It's worth adding that the voucher promotion applies to pretty much everything instore >£50. I bought a £500 TV on Saturday and got £60 in vouchers. I then immediately put the £60 vouchers towards a £100 sound bar, for which I received a further £10 voucher, which I immediately spent on a £10 PSN top-up.

scatman69

what about the 55" ??


Also included in the promotion.

icecreamhead

It's worth adding that the voucher promotion applies to pretty much … It's worth adding that the voucher promotion applies to pretty much everything instore >£50. I bought a £500 TV on Saturday and got £60 in vouchers. I then immediately put the £60 vouchers towards a £100 sound bar, for which I received a further £10 voucher, which I immediately spent on a £10 PSN top-up.



Presumably based on the above you could buy £90 of PSN vouchers and sell them on Ebay for about £70 to get this for £580?

Te smart on these is awful and difficult menus imo, picture is good but do get slight drag if watching hd footy compared to some samsungs but very good price

I found this TV for £532 new and was ready to buy but it was a SCAM website that only accepts bank transfers (_;)

good deal if you have a sony centre near by, hot
Edited by: "loadsavmoney" 23rd Feb 2015

Original Poster

luckskill

Te smart on these is awful and difficult menus imo, picture is good but … Te smart on these is awful and difficult menus imo, picture is good but do get slight drag if watching hd footy compared to some samsungs but very good price



I was stuck between this and the Samsung H6400. The Sony is best at gaming, but went with the Samsung because of the Smart TV.

icecreamhead

It's worth adding that the voucher promotion applies to pretty much … It's worth adding that the voucher promotion applies to pretty much everything instore >£50. I bought a £500 TV on Saturday and got £60 in vouchers. I then immediately put the £60 vouchers towards a £100 sound bar, for which I received a further £10 voucher, which I immediately spent on a £10 PSN top-up.



You sir, are living the dream.

Shimmasok

Presumably based on the above you could buy £90 of PSN vouchers and sell … Presumably based on the above you could buy £90 of PSN vouchers and sell them on Ebay for about £70 to get this for £580?


I like your thinking
Did a quick search and somebody is selling £10 vouchers for £11.56 and he's sold 51 of them! oO
What gives there??

justanotherpunter

I like your thinkingDid a quick search and somebody is selling £10 … I like your thinkingDid a quick search and somebody is selling £10 vouchers for £11.56 and he's sold 51 of them! oOWhat gives there??

I've looked into selling vouchers on eBay before....I get the impression people will pay over the odds then after cashing them in claim through eBay that the vouchers didn't work. eBay will then demand you refund.

Not worth the risk IMO.

Banned

Great TV

Great deal!
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