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Tesco - discount stuff

Discussion in 'Shopping, Deals, Discounts & Bargains' started by ultimatenyle, Sep 23, 2002.

  1. ultimatenyle

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    Logix 3300d DVD £40
    Dansai 852 DVD £50 + 10 free sh*te dvds
    Dansai 1010 DVD £85
    Philips 612 DVD £99
    Philips 622 DVD £99 + gladiator 2disc sp.ed.

    Tesco's stores in dundee, maybe in other cities too.
    Tesco stores r getting rid of all older electrical stock. old wharfdales dvd players were going for £25.
    minato sandwich makers for £5-10
    " " mini/midi systems for £50

    different stores have different prices but haggle as they've to get rid of all old eclectrical stock asap for end of year figures. also its an 'instore' promotion i.e. not widely advertised if at all, our store ran out of 622s so i went down to the riverside store and asked for 1, they didnt even realsie it was reduced.
     
  2. Samantha

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    Hiya

    Our Tescos are selling the Phillips 24 inch for £250 i havnt seen it cheaper than that anywhere (loads of other stuff as well)

    Samantha
     
  3. Mark Ward

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    Went into my Tescos today (Larkfield)... Above 21" was only Beko 28" WS @ £249. It was turned on and the picture was dreadful. The 21" set next to it had a much better picture.

    Over to Asda and a 28"Schneider WS for £229 looks pretty good but can't help thinking that an extra £50-£70 for a safer name brand may be sensible.

    Anyone seen any big name TV bargains in Tesco's in the south east?

    Sainsbury's tomorrow... :)

    Mark.
     
  4. groundy

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    I think the Schneider would go very well with your DV27 Mark :D.
     
  5. Mark Ward

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    :rolleyes:

    It's for the kids' play room, although I'm seriously thinking of getting a prog scan 32" for the main living room and moving the Tau to the kids' den. This would set back any front projector purchasing even further tho'.

    Mark.
     
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    ...........

    The world has gone mad.....

    I would put more shelfs full of books !!!...

    Regards,
     
  7. Mark Ward

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    Steering slightly further OT but.....

    RE:- 28" TV .... It's for the kids' play room

    AAA Said:-
    We have 6 X 4ft wide full height Ikea "Billy" bookcases FULL of books and still need space for more. The kids each have a crammed full 6ft high book case in their bedroom too.

    They love reading (son could read well when he was 2, daughter when she was 3). They've also got loads of musical instruments in there (Guitars, Piano, Vocal Mics, Drum Machine & more).

    However, you don't always want to be in the same room as the kids when a 6 year old is choosing the entertainment :) Especially when it's a Karaoke DVD!

    Thanks for your concern, I understand how my post could have sounded :)

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  8. Plump

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    Cum'on Mark, slow down a bit, not even Mozart was able to read when he was two!!!
    Cheers
     
  9. Mark Ward

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    Absolutely true, I promise! He's sitting here right now.. He could read music when he was 4 too. Started school aged 4 with a reading of 9-10. None of it through pushy parenting I promise, he's just like that. Could we get further off topic?? Back to Tesco's deals now eh?

    BTW. I bought the Philips 28" from TJ Hughes (see other thread).

    Mark.
     
  10. Plump

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    Sure ,
    how's that snooker table doing? Having chat with pool table or out already due to home cinema implementation?
    Cheers

    p.s. I would never ever buy widescreen TV again (had to swap four by now - sad but true). I have 4:3 Grundig for TV now and SIM HT projector for widescreen films
     
  11. Mark Ward

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    Plump
    both still in situ.. HT Implementation has started, room is now an unbelieveable mess!
    The Philips WS isn't great next to my Panny but it'll do for the kid's playroom, I should be buying a Barco BG801s this week for the HT.

    Somehow you got it slightly back on topic... Well done ! :D
     

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