Samsung BD-P1000 - £349 at Dixons this Easter!

dgm73

Standard Member
Yup just £349 for the Samsung BD-P1000 this Easter. Not a bad price to get into Blu-Ray.

Just thought I'd spread the word.
 

paulefox

Active Member
Got mine this morning from Currys in Cambridge , they have got one left.
You can do the click and reserve thing.
Went into Currys in Bury St Edmunds yesterday they said it was an internet only deal but also available via click and reserve but not if you just walk into the store.
 

Goooner

Distinguished Member
Well worth it at that price. Only downer is that I paid £500 about 7 or 8 weeks agao :)
 

Damian1978

Well-known Member
Blimey that's a great price. Only got mine for £378 new off eBay about 3 weeks ago and was amazed at that price.
 

SwissPhoney

Active Member
Dixons in Swindon have them on the shelf marked down to £349.95 from £699.00. No need to click and reserve on the Dixon's web site first. I was very tempted :devil: ............ may succumb tomorrow if I can buy a decent blu ray movie on the high street:cool:
 

agoodey

Member
may succumb tomorrow if I can buy a decent blu ray movie on the high street:cool:

The BD-P1000 normally comes with S.W.A.T. and a Jazz BD anyway - so even if you can't find a decent BD movie on the high street, you would still have something to watch.
 

toycollector

Active Member
My Local Currys doing the Sammy and the Tosh for the same low price.Surely a sign they are not selling in big numbers.Also for a bit more you could have the Playstation3.
 

Damian1978

Well-known Member
Realisitically this is the price it should always have been. My Marantz was around £1200 when I got it but you can tell by the features, build and overall quality. Whereas the BD-P1000 is a great BD player its no flagship machine. Ah well, they should shift a few now. If I had another 6 channel input on my amp and spare HDMI input I'd be tempted by a cheap Tosh HD DVD. Got the 360 Drive I guess.
 

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