widescreen TVs for 49p!!!!! [CLOSED]

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  • just ordered 1 set looked at t&c and they covered there back so no chance of getting one let alone more than 1 lol. it was funny how u could not specify next day or saturday anyone else get that?
  • astep70ukastep70uk Forumite
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    excalabyte wrote:
    Ironic :S , Do argos own homebase :S

    See here for information - Argos are part of GUS
    http://www.gusplc.com/
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  • astep70ukastep70uk Forumite
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    gandalf72 wrote:
    just ordered 1 set looked at t&c and they covered there back so no chance of getting one let alone more than 1 lol. it was funny how u could not specify next day or saturday anyone else get that?

    Yep - I looked for this also, as I thought i'd have more chance of getting it as next day, even tough it's bank holiday
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  • rogerramjetrogerramjet Forumite
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    This isn't just a TV, but a DVD recorder as well...Just like the Argos one :)
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  • Destiny33Destiny33 Forumite
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    Another daftie here but wouldnt it be wonderful?:D

    Any lawyers on here just incase they try and take full price whatever it was as i cant afford it and would have to try and cancel.
  • soba wrote:
    How would I do this?? I'm an absolute computer dunce!!

    Once clicked on the homebase link and showing the TV details and price, go to file, then print.
  • rchddap1rchddap1 Forumite
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    They can't take full price. They are only legally allowed to take the amount that you have agreed to on the website. As their Ts&Cs state they have to have your agreement before they do that.
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    Can't take full price without your consent but they don't have to honour the price. If they take the money then you could argue loss of a bargain but I doubt it would hold any water with the courts. Still worth a try.
  • nannaCnannaC Forumite
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    Hi, have ordered as well nice Chrissy present if they arrive. They have taken my money paid debit not credit and printed everything off including pic on telly with price. so fingers crossed.
  • suziquesuzique Forumite
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    Johntea wrote:
    Ordered this time round, worth a go for a temporary loss of a fiver!
    I could not resist ordering one just incase it turns out to be a genuine bargain (I think not ).
    If it fails we will all get our dosh back anyway.
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