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Sony KDL32D3000 HD LCD TV - any good deals?

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Found 25th Nov 2007
Hi

Basically I'm looking to buy the Sony mentioned as it's meant to be probably the best 32" LCD around, with the Panasonic DX70/DX700.

The best price I can find on Kelkoo is £620 (inc. delivery) for it, can anyone find a better deal? Any vouchers or anything?

Ph and if you find the Panasonic for a lot cheaper I'll opt for that, most likely (Kelkoo brings it up as £600, dead on, inc. delivery).

Thanks very much for your help, hopefully someone else can benefit from this too.:-D

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Original Poster

:-( No one?

Looked in Comet today and the Sony seems a lot nicer than the Panasonic. Definitely going for that, then.

Looked on Kelkoo and the prices seem to have risen, for some reason. But... With the 'GIMME5' voucher and 3% Quidco you can get it for £620 from Dixons. While that's the same price I quoted before, it wasn't through Dixons and they have the advantage of being a more reputable retailer.

Can anyone beat that?

And as a side note, does anyone know the best place for selling HDtvs? eBay? My mate is interested in my Samsung 26" but if I can find a good price it'll tell him to shove it or pay up.

Hi there.

Ive been lookin for one too! ive found out that if you find an independent sony stockiest they are currently offering a free 5 years guarantee!!!
AJ electricals of london are selling at £621! but you have to buy in store!

I rang them to ask if i can pay over the phone and have it delivered and still get the 5 years guarantee (im sure they are not suppose to do this) but he said YES! although he asked for an additional £25 for delivery. Never the less its still worth it.

:thumbsup:

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modaj1

Hi there.Ive been lookin for one too! ive found out that if you find an … Hi there.Ive been lookin for one too! ive found out that if you find an independent sony stockiest they are currently offering a free 5 years guarantee!!! AJ electricals of london are selling at £621! but you have to buy in store!I rang them to ask if i can pay over the phone and have it delivered and still get the 5 years guarantee (im sure they are not suppose to do this) but he said YES! although he asked for an additional £25 for delivery. Never the less its still worth it.:thumbsup:



WOW, 5 years!!:w00t:

Damn. Nice one mate. I think that'll be the one I go for then. Do they not have a website?

Thanks, again!!

mccormickja

:-( No one?And as a side note, does anyone know the best place for … :-( No one?And as a side note, does anyone know the best place for selling HDtvs? eBay? My mate is interested in my Samsung 26" but if I can find a good price it'll tell him to shove it or pay up.



[url]www.gumtree.com[/url] is like putting an advert in a newspaper for something you want to sell, except it's on the internet, and it's free! You simply choose what city you are in, then post your local advertisement and if people are interested they can contact you if you provide the advert with an e-mail address or telephone number. Also adding some pictures of the television will attract more interest.

Here's an example here:

gumtree.com/lon…tml

Hope this helps.

mccormickja

WOW, 5 years!!:w00t:Damn. Nice one mate. I think that'll be the one I go … WOW, 5 years!!:w00t:Damn. Nice one mate. I think that'll be the one I go for then. Do they not have a website?Thanks, again!!



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the price has one up! :? £646!!!
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