Boxing Day TV

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Posted 19th Dec 2019
Hi All,

From your experience, are there any discounts on TV`s? I`m looking to buy a 65" tv Oled or Qled with a budget between 800£-1000£.Is it worth waiting one more week ?

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I bought a TV Black Friday 2016 and it was cheaper after Christmas.

Might be worth waiting.
I got the 65" ru8000 for £800 on BF, was going to wait until boxing day but caved. My first choice was the 65" 70r but it was £1300 and didn't drop
If you're in London you might get a bargain if you're happy to wait outside some of the big stores from 6am. I've heard of tech for a grand going for a couple of hundred quid, a mate of mine tried it a a few years back and got a what was a top end PC for for 80% off.

Personally, I have more enjoyable things to do over my holiday time. . .
I don't think there's any chance of you getting a 65" OLED in within your budget any time soon, at least not from this years models.
buy it now, dont open, return if cheaper next week, rebuy at lower price
Toon_army19/12/2019 11:59

I got the 65" ru8000 for £800 on BF, was going to wait until boxing day …I got the 65" ru8000 for £800 on BF, was going to wait until boxing day but caved. My first choice was the 65" 70r but it was £1300 and didn't drop


is that oled then?
chocci19/12/2019 12:41

is that oled then?


The 70r is QLED. The one I bought is LED, but it's the top of the range LED before the QLED. For £800 it was a good buy, you're looking £1300 for the 70r QLED though
Samsung QE65Q60R (2019) QLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" with TVPlus/Freesat HD & Apple TV App, Charcoal Black £999.00

39438335-iPwQK.jpgThe only one in your price range I've seen is this. I think I would wait always a deal if you take your time and search.
Edited by: "Ciderer" 19th Dec 2019
Thank you all for your kind answers. I will stick another 200£ if I find an oled at 1200£ . I'll wait few more days.
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