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In terms of the impact it has had on the world, television is, without a doubt, one of the greatest inventions of the 20th century. Love it or hate it, TV has had an effect on all of our lives, and wider society itself, and the TV set is a central feature in many living rooms right across the world. With so many different options out there, buying a TV can be a pretty daunting experience, which is why HotUKDeals collects all the references and best deals around here. Read more
Toshiba 32 full HD WiFi Smart tv With Freeview HD & Freeview Play Inc 5year warranty - £199 @ John Lewis
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Product code: 82423001 Freeview Play Toshiba's 32L3753DB is a feature-packed Smart TV for the whole family. It combines a beautifully colour-rich and detailed Full HD picture … Read more

Go on then, tell me !


Refresh rate doesn't really have anything to do with ghosting. That's caused by a slow pixel response time, which is something that's generally never advertised at all for TVs (unlike computer monitors). Though for the record this will 100% be a basic 60Hz panel for this price.


Ugly chunky old fashioned looking thing.


I miss the old Toshiba, was the only TV brand I ever used...


True cause not long ago I got a 32’’ for the bedroom with similar spec for £139 via eBay currys

Samsung QE55Q8C 55 inch Curved 4K Ultra HD Premium HDR 1500 Smart QLED TV (6 Year Guarantee) £1299 with Code @ Richer Sounds
30/04/2018Expires on 30/04/2018LocalLocalFound 29 m agoFound 29 m ago
Best price I've seen for this model over £1499 elsewhere! Samsung QE55Q8C features include: 55-inch UHD LED-backlit screen 3840 x 2160 resolution High Dynamic Range (HDR) 15… Read more
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Samsung UE55MU6120 55" smart 4K uhd tv - £499 @ Crampton & Moore
Found 5 h, 59 m agoFound 5 h, 59 m ago
Saw this in todays metro paper on way to work. Good price John lewis have it on sale at £549 but should be able to price match.

I agree with you, just letting people know it's been cheaper so they can make a informed decision. search btshop.


If you price match at John Lewis you get 5yr guarantee. If you are right that it was posted (cant find post) surely the extra £50 is worth paying for 5yr guarantee with John Lewis


Posted 14th April £449 BT shop


Yep 2 weeks ago about 450


The 55"

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Hitachi 50 Inch Smart 4K UHD TV With HDR £379.99 / Bush 32 Inch HD Ready Smart TV £159.99 @ Argos
Found 8 h, 1 m agoFound 8 h, 1 m ago
Couple of great TV offers at Argos - just in time for the World Cup! Get Deal link goes to the Hitachi 50 Inch Smart 4K UHD TV With HDR for £379.99 & you can find the Bush … Read more
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I think with modern TV's if it's anything major and your TV is out of warranty then it's nearly always cheaper to buy a new TV. Something simple can be repaired whatever the brand.


But the point is, if you have a more expensive brand there is more likelihood in it getting fixed by that brand.


My Hitachi is 7 years old and still going strong. I think it's luck of the draw with reliability. More expensive brands can also fail.


The problem isn't with the picture quality, it's the reliability that is poor. Many people don't check (or care) about this, until it's too late. Argos will rarely cover repairs outside the warranty. I've had Tesco pay for the repair of a Panasonic TV that was 2.5 years old.


Is it a Hitachi TV or a Vestel with Hitachi stuck on the front? I bought a Hitachi TV in 2004, still going, though that was a 'proper' Hitachi TV.

Hisense 65N5750 65” 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV With Freeview Play - £699 @ Richer Sounds
Found 20 h, 26 m agoFound 20 h, 26 m ago
6 Year Guarantee £200 saving comes with freeview play, Netflix and Amazon Prime. HDR with a narrow metal frame

I agree , have a 55'' from them, the build quality is superb and puts my LG 4k which I have in the bedroom to shame


I can't praise this brand enough, their Tv are awesome for the money they are charging. Heat.


Wow. That's a BIG tv. (shock)


Nice tv for the price.


I actually agree with you, was just noting the price match which Amazon did today.

LG OLED 55B7V - £1,201.49 @ Techno-World
Found 20 h, 31 m agoFound 20 h, 31 m ago
Just been alerted from an old price alert for a great TV I already own. Don't know this seller and how many they have but this is a great price for a fantastic TV that I bought ba… Read more
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It was Ex-VAT and as they almost certainly aren't an LG reseller, the warranty would have been 1yr manufacturer, rest with strange, unheard of company. I wouldn't be upset if I missed this one.


Gutted, i would have bitten at this price. :-(


£1441.79 inc Vat!!




Fantastic price but the fact that it doesn’t actually say new would concern me. Could possibly be open box or a refurb? Also, no mention of the warranty length. A good £300 cheaper than its been elsewhere recently though so worth a punt if anyone’s willing to take the risk

65" Samsung UHD TV 9 series UE65MU9000 with 5 year warranty (with code) £1299 @ Reliantdirect
Found 20 h, 50 m agoFound 20 h, 50 m ago
Awesome price with 5 year warranty Code - SAVE150 credit to @johnsaab1 for posting the deal on 55" model, but i was looking for 65" like some here. So thought this could benefi… Read more

Not blocked - been posted on this site before


it's does look about £100 cheaper, why not post the deal? is the seller blocked on HUKD?


Yes I have,purchased a 55 inch from them,lovely people to deal problems at all with this company. (y)


Krish AV is part of Euronics... still cheaper than Reliantdirect at the moment


Krish av have just 6 online reviews,and not everyone owns a time machine to buy things which were cheaper months back.

Samsung UE55MU9000 55 inch Curved 4K Ultra HD Premium HDR 1000 Smart LED TV TVPlus - £829 (with code) @ ReliantDirect
Found 21 h, 21 m agoFound 21 h, 21 m ago
USE CODE SAVE100 55” MU9000 9 Series Curved,UHD 4K TVWitness a brighter, bolder world and discover exceptional Certified Ultra HD with Samsung’s MU9000 Dynamic Crystal Colour TV. … Read more
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Think it's on Amazon for £854 if that suits anyone better


I'm ruined man, got both. (Whispers quietly has slight preference for telly, far more entertaining and a working volume control...)


Get a real women not TV LOL


The 8 series is more expensive unfortunately.


Love curves me

Hisense H65N5750 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV With HDR - £699 @ Argos
Found 21 h, 44 m agoFound 21 h, 44 m ago
Hisense H65N5750 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV With HDR from Argos..
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Good tv - good picture for ‘normal life’. Its a tv. Plug it into your sky box and it works. Stick a firestick in and it works. Good tv - good price - you get what you pay. It works.


Fantastic price!


65" and 60hz ?? :-/ that's gonna look rough


U8 and U9 models will do local dimming, U6 and U7 are edge dimming only Panels are all 60hz still 50 inch U7 to be about £700 will support HLG and HDR+ but not Dolby link to video, other details found vi Google


New Hisense model (H65U7) out in a few weeks, for the world cup. Listing already on Amazon. Anyone know if that is a big improvement over 2017 model?

Sky tv for £27.50 plus add on at £1 per month with sky cinimas for only £4.50 per month
03/05/2018Expires on 03/05/2018Found 21 h, 58 m agoFound 21 h, 58 m ago
Just had this through the post to come to sky even though am in my last 31 days notice. I still get to keep my sky q box plus all add on are only for £1 per month and sky cinimas f… Read more
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Sky included HD in the Movies packages pricing, it's still extra for and separately charged for both Sports and Entertainment according to the e-mail I received this week.


Sky made a song & dance about it a few years back, telling customers HD is free. Sky movies was first and then Sports followed


I haggled with them last night HD was an extra £5 so I reminded them that recently I was offered it for £1 and they matched it,same with boxsets.


Nope, a £5 a month extra cost option (unless you haggle).


Sky made HD “free” a few years back. It was all included with the package.

Samsung Smart 4K LED TV 55" Ultra HD UE55MU7000 (CAN PRICE MATCH WITH JOHN LEWIS) £699 @ Co-op Electrical
Found 22 h, 17 m agoFound 22 h, 17 m ago
USE CODE CTV60 it’s on website full price is 759 after discount 699 price match with john lewis for 5 years warranty

Hi let me know what they say. I just was inpatient and opted for the Sony which was bad for the double price. I can't recommend any others as haven't tried any different ones I have my mind set on the LG oled b7


Had the same, stating that Co-op electrical doesn’t have a high street presence.


I've got the 65" version and it's awesome! Viewing angles are great except very dark scenes your more likely to see the local dimming bloom/cloudiness but you barely see it straight on. Annoyingly you can't turn off local dimming and it can be a bit annoying in dark scenes. For the price though after my lengthy research there's nothing better. It's a 10bit panel and UHD content looks bloody marvelous!


Sorry my knowledge of this stuff is pretty bad haha how do I check what version I am running?


Hmmm. I did ring richer sounds today and they are going to get someone to come out and have a look. Do you recommend any other tvs as I use this for gaming as Well as watching normal tv?

Bluetooth 4.1 Transmitter/Receiver, TaoTronics 2-in-1 Wireless 3.5mm Adapter (aptX Low Latency, 2 Devices Simultaneously, for TV/Home Sound System) £17.49 Prime / £21.48 non-Prime Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 22 h, 25 m agoFound 22 h, 25 m ago
Perfect device for converting an existing 3.5mm source to bluetooth in low latency stereo sound. Perfect for TVs, Stereos etc should you need a bluetooth connection. To get the r… Read more
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What I'm after is a BT receiver that powers up as soon as it receives power. No battery etc. Anyone know of such a device that's cheap? I just want to add BT to my receiver for use with an echo dot without spending much.


I got a very similar looking one of these for my other half, probably just different branding, and it's very good. She uses it to stream from her ipod classic to the hifi's in the house and the car. I think I paid closer to £20 so hot from me.


Not really.


Is this like a cheap version of a chromecast audio?


Links to some? I've had some poor ones before, cheaply bought.

LG 55E7OLED £1499 Selfridges London
LocalLocalFound 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Seen in Selfridges London. 55E7 brand new, for £1999 then can claim £500 back from LG effectively making the TV £1499. comes with 5 yr warranty and free delivery to addresses with … Read more

Boy! Saw the picture and thought that's a lot of money for an LG phone. Thought it was gold plated.


Buying OLED isn't about 4K and HDR. It's about fantastic colour/contrast whatever your watching. Even Bargain hunt and Jeremy Kyle look better on OLED. :o


I thought cashback couldn't be used as the final price if a deal.


Wrong link. Correct link below but no mention as to which stores are participating:


Are Selfridges a "participating retailer" in this promotion. They weren't the last time it was on:

Philips 50PUS6272/05 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR & Ambilight 3-sided £409 @ Amazon
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Cracking deal - the cheapest price this TV has been. Perfect timing - not even disappointed about the Ebuyer Samsung cancellation, as I preferred this TV anyway!
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Are they good for watching football?


Heat added. Great Deal. I have the 43 inch 2-sided version and that cost 399 quid! Once you experience Ambilight there's no going back to 'ordinary' TVs IME.


Yes I've checked with Amazon


How is this TV for watching live sports? Is it worth spending £100 extra for the 55" model?


Ease of set up would be good. Any tips on settings etc..

The Original Magic Bullet Blender, Mixer & Food Processor 11-Piece Set (Green) £24.99 Dispatched from and sold by High Street TV - Amaazon
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Might only be a 11 piece set but seems a good price. You can also claim a £3 voucher code off vouchercodes which will cover the deliver of £2.99… Read more
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True. I'd say the nutri bullet is slightly better as it's got a stronger motor. But if u just wanted this for blending herbs and spices, this is OK.


Thank you op on your 2nd deal posted ! Heat added !!(highfive) (y)


I prefer the Nutri Bullet deal from Tesco Direct at £34

100% Cashback on Jumanji (HD) - Rakuten TV (£6.99) via Topcashback
30/04/2018Expires on 30/04/2018Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
100% Cashback on Jumanji (HD) - Rakuten TV (£6.99) via Topcashback 300 available. Until Stocks Last.
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All gone now


Mine never track through Topcashback. I always have to raise a claim.


Will topcashback pay if I use my rakuten points to pay for the film?


Find Topcashback website really slow to load. Managed to get the deal from my desktop in the end so thanks OP for posting. I remain sceptical about whether the cashback tracks however. Prefer Quidco personally


Good to know it’s not just me. Yeah I got the usual confirmation as well. Will give it a couple of days and see what happens! (y)

Virgin media retentions deal! £40.50 p/month
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Just like many others I also played the game with Virgin, I’ve just had the call back from their outbound team and have taken the following: £40.50 per month incl line rental • … Read more
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I did not want anything special. They were offering new customers for £29 100MB broadband, M tv and weekend calls. That was all I wanted. I called retentions, the best they said they could do was £49 and give me anytime calls. So I called and cancelled, on the same day signed up to PlusNet for £38 (which included anytime calls) Next day I got a call back giving me the £29 offer. (That is a £240 saving compared to what I would be paying, yes its without the anytime calls but still that is a massive amount). What I don't understand is why even bother playing this game. Given everyone gets a 14 day cooling off period, why even make people go through the hassle of cancelling and then trying to get them back. If a person can point to a legitimate offer, offered by a competitor or Virgin Media themselves, then they should match, if that is what they intend to do. Not call back 1 day later asking what you want. I assume a lot of people don't actually cancel their services so if they can keep 60% of their customers who call retentions on a higher price, I guess that makes it worthwhile.


...I think you haven't had to to do it, you should just call them and cancel your cancellation just before disconnection, bwtfdik :/


I'm not lucky tho tried this a couple of years ago they knocked a few quid off monthly payment and refused to upgrade my super hub 2 so still got super hub 2! I think all depends who you get when you ring. If you're lucky enough to speak to a generous agent then you could be offered a great deal otherwise you could get some miserable ones not willing to do much unfortunately!


To claim your monthly £10 refund just check your broadband speed during peak & off peak times, & if it's outside of a 10% deviation give customer services a call & ask for the refund & get them to send an engineer round. The engineer will scan your router, check your connections & check your speed - insist that they leave you a job sheet that clearly states the fault is a networking issue. Same routine every month, every month £10 off & you can even have it back dated! Fyi I'm using cat6 cables with VM super hub3 in modem mode with an Asus Rog Rapture with a network of 2000mbps homeplugs. So an all singing & dancing set up.


They all the same, I have to jump through these hoops for Virgin Media, Vodafone, Insurance companies, and having to switch every yr for energy.

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