Written by KendoMonkey
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Thursday, 27 May 2010

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Sell those 3D glasses and wait for 4D to come out!

Bargain website DealsWhatAreHot.web has found its meagre web-traffic more than double over the last few hours after finding a sneaky way to get a Sony Full HD 1080p television for under £14.99.

The television in question is a Sony KDL-46WE5, often given very high scores in expert reviews around the internet and in some pubs and clubs. It is a Full-HD compatible television with a combined printer, scanner and fax machine. Whilst some reviewers say that its black-levels could be improved, all agree that Sony have done an awesome job, outscoring the incredible Pioneer PDP-LX5090, and the now laughably dated Philips 42PFL7404H.

Visitors to DealsWhatAreHot.web were astonished to find this morning that a poster naming himself "SonyKing" had posted a way to get the television for just £14.99.

Using a combination of tracking through just seven different affiliate schemes and Quidco, the television comes with 4 pairs of free 3D glasses, RRP £50, which could then be sold on eBay. Cashback provided by Sony comes in at £150, which will gain interest over a series of decades in an ISA. Argos will then give you a voucher if you trade in your old sofa for a coffee table. Selling the coffee table and voucher to a friend or relative will give you another £20, add that to the total and put the whole lot on an both-way bet that Frank Lampard will lose 3-4lbs a day during the World Cup and the television has an effective cost of just £14.99.

An absolute bargain - fingers crossed they have enough stock - LOL!

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