There are bargains to be had – we’ll point you in the right direction…
The ultra-competitive world of TVs means there are bargains to be had at most times of the year. Even after the Black Friday hype there are desirable new TVs at bargain prices. Here’s a few shortcuts:
As well as lots of keenly priced TVs in the electoronics and photo section Amazon offers a variety of other deals including time limited and warehouse deals, so worth routing around:
Check out up and coming brands such as Hisense 50-inch 4K TV, which was praised for its value even before this whopping discount. If you’re after a smaller screen, a shrewd purchase would be the Panasonic TX-40C300B with built-in Freeview HD.
But what’s that I hear you say? “I don’t want a new TV, but wouldn’t mind more on-demand shows.” Well, here are two perfect solutions: the Humax HDR-2000T 500GB and this Goodmans 500GB recorder. Not only do both recorders offer a nice selection of apps, they also have twin tuners for watching one channel whilst recording another.
Tesco has a variety of deals on its TV page but if you want to delve deeper head for the clearance section. Plus there are deals to be had on Hisense.
But if you want a big screen without paying big money, then a Digihome 49-inch TV will be right up your street.
One deal that’s more than reasonable is £399 for the LG 40UF675V TV. Down from £700, this 4K TV delivers stunning picture quality as well as sound. Even low resolution content looks good, upscaled for sharper definition.
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But don’t think for a second that John Lewis are to be outdone. Like Curry’s, John Lewis have announced they will be matching their competitors’ prices – defiantly outlined in their ‘Never Knowingly Undersold’ pledge.
Expect bucket loads of TV deals. A £200 reduction has been applied to the award-winning Samsung UE40JU6400, a superb all-rounder – with stunning 4K picture quality, built-in Wi-Fi, and Freeview HD. And to top it all off, its slim design looks great.
Big numbers coming from Ebay, 9m Brits visited Ebay UK on Black Friday alone. Oh, but that’s not all, the auction retailer say they sold 25 items per second over the 24-hour period. Astonishing figures, astonishing deals.