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Samsung bd-j4500r blu ray player £13.75 instore at Asda Poole
Found 3 h, 58 m agoFound 3 h, 58 m ago
Samsung Blu-ray player Was £55 Now £13.75 Model bd-j4500r

Do they not do price match


Asda Poole /Bournemouth/canford heath have them in stock


As usual hunts cross asda has none there like the now tv box for £3.75 nor the poloroid sound bars


IV been too three different Asda all the same price


I hate these elusive Asda deals, i can NEVER find any at my local!!

Samsung (MZ-V6E1T0BW) 1TB EVO PCI Express 3.0 x4 NVMe Solid State Drive £353.86 at Amazon
Found 4 h, 57 m agoFound 4 h, 57 m ago
Read/Write speeds up to 3,200 MB/s and 1,900 MB/s lowest price ever recorded

highly tempting, Work laptop so will be clawing back the vat ...


Actually I posted this a few days ago for £310 delivered from Amazon France. Arrived yesterday :)


I'll post this tomorrow when it's £345. (or perhaps £330 on Monday) I'm getting camel price-alerts every single day now with performance SSDs hitting new low-prices. Voted Hot-until-tomorrow.


Not all SSD's are created equal


oh really? (cheeky)

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Samsung 850 EVO 500 GB 2.5 inch Solid State Drive Used Very Good £100.72 @ Amazon Warehouse
Found 7 h, 49 m agoFound 7 h, 49 m ago
Not bad :D Benefit from enhanced flash memory architecture Secure data through enhanced AES 256 encryption Dynamic thermal guard protection One-stop install navigator softwar… Read more
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I treasure my data and extra monies is with paying for me. Also if data is lost on SSD it's non-recoverable. Whereas traditional spin disks there may be a chance to partially recover when disc fails... Given the nature of SSDs I will stick with branded ones


Better to get a new one with the little saving of £8 or so, these got released in 2014 so it could be hammered to f#*@.


You cannot underestimate the importance of buying a decent branded ssd over those cheap no name junk ones on amazon. What good is a cheap ssd if it fails and you lose all your data.


Unfortunately no, however for most users of average systems, it has been show to make little to no difference especially if using similar technology. You may notice with high end prosumer hardware. The cheapest name brand one I can find now is a Patriot Ignite which is £90 at ebuyer (good speeds) so the one i saw last week at £80 isnt available (sorry)


The same one as this by Samsung?

Samsung Galaxy S9 - Vodafone, unlimited mins/texts, 16GB data, £30/month x 24 + £160 upfront. £880 in total. **Possible £40 cash back too**
Found 16 h, 46 m agoFound 16 h, 46 m ago
I posted an S9 deal a week or so ago that went pretty frosty!! Maybe this one is slightly better! Thank you to HUKD user Rifaqat for posting info on my previous deal which led me … Read more
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Good deal. It's still £250 upfront for the lilac. I'm out of contact with EE so managed to get the lilac for £80 upfront and then £33 a month but only 10gb data when I mentioned this deal. Worth a try if you're after the lilac one.


Heat for the deal :) zzz for the Team Apple / Team Samsung comments - Make a choice and be comfortable with it - you don't have to convince strangers that you made the best choice (annoyed)


I had a galaxy s8 for a year never slowed down now have s9 its even faster, what was you putting on there sound like an apple user


Well in my opinion, the only phone it’s been worth having that option on is the Note 8. On the standard S9 there isn’t enough room to do anything meaningful with that feature on a regular basis. Most manufacturers are now jumping on the no external storage bandwagon. Google have never bothered with it and they also charge more per GB for the higher storage option than Apple do. I agree with the lead issue, the main thing I miss when I’m not using Android is casting, but with many of the apps I use being shut down, I’m using that feature less and less. For the mainstream services the iPhone can cast to tv though. It’s fine for manufacturers to copy each other, I have no issue with that. But both Google and Samsung ripped into Apple about removing the headphone jack and the infamous notch. Google have now gotten rid of the headphone jack and will release a phone with a notch. Samsung kept the headphone jack but have designed one of their next phones to have a notch. Copying is fine but slating someone then copying them is ridiculous.


Benchmarks mean nothing, it's how the phone actually operates in day to day use... And if you're wanting speed we'll see who's laughing once Apple limit your cpu (pirate)

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Samsung R6 wifi bluetooth cord/cordless speaker - £64.98 instore @ Currys (Scunthorpe)
Found 19 h, 49 m agoFound 19 h, 49 m ago
White R6 speaker bought from Currys Scunthorpe to go with my R7’s. Rechargeable or mains use, wifi or bluetooth. Great sound quality at this price. Can be paired with other speaker… Read more

This is store specific Tried one store and came up at £169


Admittedly not as good as the R7’s which are superb, but way better than the portable JBL flip and UE Boom that we also have that cost similar money. Also sound is much better using wifi than bluetooth.


Rubbish speakers, no base at all


Agree totally speakers are great, the app is rubbish.


Like the speakers but the app Samsung provide for it is a shambles!

Samsung S9 Midnight black - 640.23 EUR from Amazon (ITalian version)
Found 21 h, 39 m agoFound 21 h, 39 m ago
Samsung Galaxy S9 Smartphone, Black (Midnight Black), Display 5.8 ", 64 GB Expandable, Dual SIM [ITalian version]

Up to 899 Euro!


Ridicously good price.


Think I'd rather get it from Amazon than some dude on eBay in Ireland with 96% feedback... It's cheaper too.


560£ here! (skeptical)


Thanks OP, Ordered one! Total 646.93 euro There's also a shipping charge on top, i chose the fastest delivery possible bringing it to 646.93 euro. Should get it tomorrow evening (y)

Samsung S7 Black 32GB Unlocked Refurbished Good Condition @ Music Magpie - £189.99
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Not as good as the last eBay deal from Music Magpie but still not bad. £20 discount applied at checkout. Sign up-to their marketing and get an extra 10% off your first order or us… Read more
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only gold color left.


i got mine, still a good phone, but don't no if it worth paying 6 a month insurance, when it was vauled at 500 now worth 200 😁


Wow, these sure are cheap now. Great phone, got mine when they came out - on a preorder. Havent bothered to upgrade because its so good


I returned my s8+ with no issues after I wasn't happy with battery life on the 13th day via their return label. You just have to phone up to let them know. Was surprisingly a relatively pain free experience with a prompt refund via PayPal. You can't pay credit card though on the site.


Unlocked Black 32 GB Good condition is OOS

Samsung Galaxy S8 @ - £190 up front / £23pm x 24 months = £742
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
£190 upfront and £23 per month, 24 month Vodafone contract. Total cost £742. 4GB data per month, unlimited minutes and texts. Possible £25 quidco aswell.
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The line rental they offered me on a 2 year contract was £25/month, so £25-15%=£21.25/month.


VEA discount is only 15%, so i would love to know how did you manage to take is down to £21.25??


In a similar vein, I dont have the time to download music, organise it into playlists etc. I use spotify or google play music. My play lists are on there. Shared with my phone and wifi devices at home. For eg: 3 google homes, Yammy soundbar and 2 Sonos one's. With a family plan; everything is accessible to all my family members. Also whilst travelling around on weekends etc with my family, we use the mobile data allowance to keep the kids quiet in the back of the car watching cartoons etc. So a lot of mobile data use for us that home broadband cant help with or will require a lot a planning and time for. With regards to price; I have the three 30GB data deal with unlimited minutes for £12 pm. I think that is cheap enough. Got my S8+ from for £460. total cost over 2 years £700 with no data restriction, Vodafone's incompetence or being locked to any network.


Still lots of people voting cold, but no ones willing to post a link for the S8 cheaper anywhere else?? And if you have free WiFi at home and work 4GB is more than enough for lots of people


Lol Im out every day? How do you think I pay for these rip off phone contracts? ;)

Samsung Mobile UK 256 GB 95 MB/s Class 10 U3 Memory Evo Plus MicroSD card with Adapter £83.67 Dispatched from and sold by Amazon
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Price dropped seems to be lowest ever on Amazon UK.
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sorry these are all irrelevant - come back when you have picard approved applications


Pretty much maxed out my 128GB in my phone, so I guess that's a good place to start :D


Well to chime in I have a nintendo switch that would greatly benefit from one of these. Currently has 128gb and its full and its not the most practical thing to be changing SD cards when u want to switch game. Having all on one would be best


Unless your commute is from to London to China, I doubt that you even listen to 1% of those 180GB worth of songs.....


brilly wrote: well obviously someone buying a 256gb card needs 256gb so how else are you going to make that out of two 128gb cards? What device needs a 256GB microSD card. Ok. I will bite. I can store my 180GB+ music library on my phone, stick some videos on there for my commute and still have ample space for other things I don’t want to store in the cloud/access offline

SAMSUNG UE58MU6120 58" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £649 @ Currys
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Top features: - Crystal clear Ultra HD viewing experience - UHD upscaling for even better picture quality - Enjoy your favourite content with Smart View and Smart Hub - Ap… Read more

This is 8 bit only(no FRC). Best just fork out another £70 for the 55MU7000, vastly better picture.


where is it listed for £435? edit: nvm this one doesn't have a 5 year warranty


If 58 inches was a must i would probably go for a refurb Panasonic TX-58EX700B on ebay. £479 with 12 month warranty.


55” for £435. Worth the extra £214?


So tempted 😣😣

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus G965FD Dual Sim 4G 64GB - Coral Blue - (£577.99) with code @ eGlobal Central
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
I know most people doesn't like deals from Eglobal due to lack of manufacturers warranty and problems communicating with seller. But i am posting this deal if anyone interested in… Read more
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What happens if the credit card company can't get a reply out of the supplier?


For peace of mind for people buying this deal: Pay for it on your credit card and your covered should any issues arise under Section 75: From MSE: Pay for something costing between £100 and £30,000 on credit and the provider's equally liable if something goes wrong. This isn't the credit provider being nice. It's a legal protection put in place so that you're never in the position of paying off debt for something you didn't receive or wasn't as it should've been. Whether it's a flight, kitchen, computer or anything else, pay on a credit card, store card or with store instalment credit and the credit provider's responsible too. Full info here:




I think I'll ask him. Hey ThatGuyy, do you find Eglobal reliable?


I bought from Eglobal central a Samsung S7 and an S8 and never had any problems

Samsung Evo+ 256GB Micro SDXC U3 Card + Adapter £79.49 Mymemory with code
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
First time I see this card below £80 from genuine seller... VC5 code for 5% off

Poor value when the 128GB ones are only £25-£28. COLD.


Would this work in a Gopro Hero 6? From what I've read it should (data write wise for 4K) but Mymemory site says no.


I stand corrected :{


Read title again...


So is the price with or without the discount? :/

Samsung 860 Evo 500GB SSD w/ 5 year warranty + Digital Far Cry 5 PC = £134.99 @ Currys
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Lowest this bundle offer has been that I am aware of - now down to £134.99 Samsung 860 Evo 500gb - Comes with a digital PC edition of Far Cry 5 which still seems to be holding its… Read more
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Nice find op. I personally buy mines second hand as you can view the usage so if it is in bad condition you can return it but so far not even 5% usage on either second hand ones I've bought. Bought a 840 evo 500GB for £100 when they were at least 50%+ more expensive and a 1tb 850 Evo for £200 when they were like £300 odd - both still working fine today. Worth considering! Yes, it's the same speed but do you want mSATA? Normal SSD's use the SATA interface whereas mSATA has a special connector which is usually used in laptops - plus it costs more. If you can't fit a normal SSD & don't have compatibility with m.2 drives then yes, mSATA is an option worth exploring.


Keeps going in and out of stock, managed to purchase the drive tonight finally


Keys for ubisoft games always activate directly on uPlay. (Although you would still need to use uPlay if purchased on steam anyway)


I presume the Far Cry 5 game code is not for Steam?


The 500GB 850 is currently £99.99 at Aria, so this looks like a good deal with the game included.

(Used like new) PictechnoSL Wireless Charger Qi Charging Pad, Ultra-Thin Anti Slip for Samsung, Other Smartphones and Qi-Enabled Devices £3.01 (Prime) / £7.00 (non Prime)  @ amazon warehouse deals
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
U thought this was quite cool for £3.01 used like new. £3.50 but 15% automatically deducts at checkout with the celebrate earth week promo. Product Description Ultra Slim QI Wire… Read more

Mine turned up yesterday. Captain America design, and both working well. (y)


Huh? Some people are never happy haha


I ordered 2 and both are captain america Wanted the black so i could complain tho


Mine came today. Captain America version. It didn't like my the first cable i tried but was fine with the second. Working well now.Thanks.


That;s so misleading - it's clearly a cptn america logo on the picture. I'd have expected that if I had managed to get one.

Samsung UE55MU6670 55" 4K Ultra HD HDR Curved LED Smart TV With Freeview HDNew but box opened. £597.97 at Appliances Direct
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
CERTIFIED ULTRA HD Experience Certified Ultra HD for true colour and clarity. With over 17 million stunning colours, Certified Ultra HD makes the most of every pixel, guaranteeing… Read more

MU7000 with 5 year warranty was £699 for quite a while, pretty sure it's available for £799 now. That's 10 bit unlike this one, not that it matters massively, but MU7000 is a stepup from the 6000 series in other ways also.


Sat in front of this exact model for a couple of hours today. Can confirm viewing angle was poor. Also lack of dedicated Netflix button on remote was odd. Edit: however this is a good price so am voting this hot.


Could not agree more! I massively regret getting a curved screen. Never again.




Anyone got a link for a decent 55" 4k hdr 10 bit panel tv? - Samsung Galaxy S9 with £30 Amazon Voucher (via Vouchercodes) - £290 up front / £23pm x 24 months = £842
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Samsung galaxy S9 24 Month Contract with Vodafone Unlimited Text / Calls 4GB Data £23 per month Total cost is £842 over the two years £300 upfront - £10 with voucher VC10OFF and £… Read more

it is the Vodafone Advantage Scheme where if you or family member / friend works in one of the many listed companies you get a 15% discount off the monthly line rental for the entire duration of the contract


What is that VEA discount?


Where is this from?


Got S9 for £21.25 (after the VEA discount) £200 upfront from Vodafone with Unlimited Calls, Texts, and 16 GB data.


Where can I buy a new S9 for sub £600 please? I just smashed my S8 and don't want to wait for the insurance to replace it.

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