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Panny 37" Viera £1999 at Comet

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Nic H, Dec 4, 2004.

  1. Nic H

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    Just saw it on TV and thought I'd share with the forum. Sounds like a good price.
     
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    Hmm! I have seen this particular unit advertised at similar prices at other stores also. However, when one tries to place an order you are told that they are temporarily out of stock. I could offer sell them even cheaper if I wasn't actually able or going to supply them. It also does not say if the rather nice stand is included, which costs an arm and a leg. What it does say is table top stand included. If the Panasonic stand is not included then the price of £1999 is pretty standard anyway.
     
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    yes, table top stand included, floor stand "available"

    the table top stand is the small thing that lets you have a plasma upright on top of a table or other stand??
     
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    Currys 'have it' at £1999 with the big stand & free delivery here
    Obviously 'have it' seems to be used in the 'we don't have it' meaning of the phrase ;)

    cheers,
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    As I said, if you don't actually have one to sell then you can advertise the product at an enormous discount simply as a way of generating interest in your store, that way hopefully you can sell them something that you could get elsewhere for the same inflated price. Gosh I've just realised that I am becoming very cynical.
     

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