Sony Bravia V Series 32" 32V4000 HD Ready Freeview Widescreen LCD TV (With Free 3 Yr Warranty) £349.99 + FREE DELIVERY @ Play
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Sony Bravia V Series 32" 32V4000 HD Ready Freeview Widescreen LCD TV (With Free 3 Yr Warranty) £349.99 + FREE DELIVERY @ Play

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Found 23rd Dec 2008
Sony Bravia V Series 32" 32V4000 HD Ready Freeview Widescreen LCD TV (With Free 3 Year Warranty) £349.99 @ PLAY.COM not a bad tv also 3 yr guarantee that just make it sound better

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I think this is a good deal if its not can somebody tell me were its cheaper im after a lcd tv also quidco

Only £329.99 with 5 yr guarantee @ Richer Sounds

chris3349;3849268

I think this is a good deal if its not can somebody tell me were its … I think this is a good deal if its not can somebody tell me were its cheaper im after a lcd tv also quidco



hotukdeals.com/ite…e=3

read this thread, there is an offer for this tv meant to start boxing day, people also mentioning some local DSG stores price promising on the deal

M&S doing it for £334.?? just now with 5 yr guarentee.. Price gets reduced when you add it to basket.

its gonna be £299 at richer sounds on boxing day, good luck getting one though

whizzkid;3849300

Only £329.99 with 5 yr guarantee @ Richer Sounds



Only £299.95 with 12 months!!

richersounds.com/sho…00U

Original Poster

12 months guarantee is nothing and do richer sound give free delivery

here come all the gazillions of play.com posts

Original Poster

Angof;3849647
here come all the gazillions of play.com posts

hahah PLAY.COM out here

I wonder wether 5 or 3 year warrantys are a waste of money if your buying a decent brand lcd, and if it aint broke on delivery, I dont think ive heard a single instance of them dyin over 3 to 5 years

Will4long;3849330

M&S doing it for £334.?? just now with 5 yr guarentee.. Price gets … M&S doing it for £334.?? just now with 5 yr guarentee.. Price gets reduced when you add it to basket.



That's a better bet IMO for the sake of £4 [discounts won't show until checkout process] with free delivery and no hassle - which I usually experience with any Richers purchase! :roll:

Will4long;3849330

M&S doing it for £334.?? just now with 5 yr guarentee.. Price gets … M&S doing it for £334.?? just now with 5 yr guarentee.. Price gets reduced when you add it to basket.



thanks for heads up, but No stock anymore

scottyb;3850697

thanks for heads up, but No stock anymore




Are you sure.../

When i went through to checkout, on the very last page where you click place order it states that estimated despatch date will be 7th January. Nothing about being out of stock.

I wonder if it is area related.

marks and spencer doing same tv 32v4000 for £349 with 5 year garuntee and free delivery

Richer sounds charge extra for delivery.

you can get currys to price match also comet will price match.

Currys will giv 10% extra differnce.

Don't buy from richer sounds. They charge extra for delivery.

comet/currys will only match instore pirces?

Richer sounds instore price is now on.

Know1 hardly matches online prices anyway. You can tell them the price you saw was instore. As Richer sounds are now putting their new sale prices on their tv.

£329.00 free delivery from dixons, and comet.

dixons.co.uk/mar…723

I would advise to wait till Feb/march 2009- as prices of HDTV will dramaticlly drop.Read secret tips below.

www2.tbo.com/con…se/

Prices of tv

£349. = Marks and spencer with 5 year garuntee (ask them to price match Richer sounds to save more).
£329 = Dixons
£349 = Currys (they will price match and give 10% extra differnce)
£349 = Comet (they will price match)
£349 = Argos with
£329 = amazon with 3 year garuntee, you can get even cheaper pre-owned

£299 = Richer Sounds (this is the cheapest from everywhere use this store price for your pricematching from other stores like currys,comet,marks and spencer

riz786123;3859935

I would advise to wait till Feb/march 2009- as prices of HDTV will … I would advise to wait till Feb/march 2009- as prices of HDTV will dramaticlly drop.Read secret tips below.http://www2.tbo.com/content/2008/dec/14/bz-put-dreams-of-a-new-hdtv-on-pause/




Ummm. I don't think so! Check out this Sky News report of an announcement made by $ony at the end of November [and remember that the disparity on currency values has widened further since] news.sky.com/sky…son Yes, I know there is an annoying advert first, but still worth the watching...

Another link uk.gizmodo.com/200…tml

I thought this announcement by Sony was now common knowledge? :thinking: I have also seen several other reports mentioning LG, Samsung and Panasonic amongst others considering the same course of action. [have a 'google']

In this report, Panasonic have downscaled their figures for next year by a whopping 97%! marketwatch.com/New…%7D
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