I Can confirm, I haves used Credit Card & Debit card with no surcharge. Maybe they used to have a charge before the legal requirements were brought in. I found them on Amazon originally as they sell on there too and have about 5000 reviews after which I tried and bought directly as it saved me the extra cost which Amazon add on for the same item.
A large percentage of the 5* reviews were Anonymous and this from one of them: "If you don't pay by debit card and use a credit card you'll find an administration fee (6%) I think on the order summary" I've seen these guys before and ignore them.
Posted 23rd Nov 2019Posted 23rd Nov 2019
Samsung UE65RU7100KXXU 65-inch RU7100 HDR Smart 4K TV Wi-Fi Black £533.18 @ ILGS£533.18£60011% off
Cheapest I've seen online. Currys do 7020 for £600, which is similar, but this model is £660 in currys Samsung UE65RU7100KXXU 65-inch RU7100 HDR Smart 4K TV Wi-Fi Black Update: cu… Read more
Phoned up 0344 561 0000. They can then deliver. You can also do it in store, but you have to print out the website, and bring it in, and depending on who serves you, depends on what their interpretation of the price promise is, depends on if they will give you it. I had mine delivered this afternoon though
is this the same tv as the samsung UE65RU7020? i am getting confused with all the models, will richersounds match with 6 years warranty?
How to get a price match from curry's? In store or on phone?
Thanks for the insight. If only it had local dimming
Posted 25th Sep 2019Posted 25th Sep 2019
Apple iPhone XS 14.7 cm (5.8") 64 GB Dual SIM 4G Silver £694.84 @ ILGS£694.84£768.0710% off
Still looking for deals on an XS and found this... thought anyone who missed the last one might want a punt. Not sure whether this one will come off but I will try. Pay with paypal… Read more
11 all the way, no reason to pay more for last years tech. The display difference isn’t really noticeable at all, just tech folk love their spec sheets. However camera is objectively better, as is battery life and support period. Those are ‘real’ tangible benefits. Just my 2 cents.
wow the price has shot up on this!
I'm torn between the 2, i really cant decide.
I’m also in the “too big better value” camp. I’m giving up on Appliances Direct. Just replied to the cancellation email but not putting any hope in it. Let us know if you have any success. Curious to hear if there is any joy from Appliances Direct. Overall I’d rather pay £500 for an iPhone X at this point which I feel might be achievable soon (strong)
Yes, 2nd is an eSim though, don’t know if all carriers support this yet.
Posted 10th Sep 2015Posted 10th Sep 2015
KFA (reference) 980TI with custom cooler £498.07 @ ILGS.com£498.07
This shouldn't need much introduction. Currently one of the best graphics cards, still hovering around £500 but this is about the best deal at the moment. It MIGHT just be about th… Read more
My previous card was a 970. It's actually not that exciting aside from the additional performance @ 1440p/2160p :p I'm using 50Hz on titles such as Phantom Pain and GTA V as it's very difficult to maintain 60fps at such high resolutions. I even resort to 1440p on Witcher 3 as you have to reduce too many settings @ 4K.
Not that I can afford to buy one. Was thinking this card must be amazing if my pallit 970 with arctic freeze cooler runs everything at max settings, without breaking a sweat. What crazy things must this be able to do! I dream a dream... Of having this card... So sad...
Also EVGA have good warranties. I have an MSI, but next GPU will be EVGA.
I prefer EVGA as they don't mind you removing your cooling fans and heatsink for cleaning or to bolt on a water cooling block. All the other companies will void your warranty in a heart beat.
I meant in performance primarily, sorry. Is that picture the temps or the sound??