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currys amazon 20:16 - Nov 5 with 4043 viewsenfieldargh

Needed to buy a cheap tv for one of my kids bedrooms.

Went on Currys website found a good priced 43" was about to order it suddenly a banner appears top of screen from Amazon Prime offering same TV at the same price saying its knocked down from £399 to £249, same price as Currys .

Currys wanted £10 to deliver, Amazon its free delivery.

So question is are Amazon & Curries pat of the same group or have Amazon just hijacked a Currys purchase?

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currys amazon on 20:40 - Nov 5 with 2410 viewsRangersDave

you dont want to be wasting time here asking that question mate.

if its the same size and model number buy it.

Amazon are great with their replacement service for electronic gear, and id have no problems buying from them

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currys amazon on 21:23 - Nov 5 with 2342 viewsenfieldargh

currys amazon on 20:40 - Nov 5 by RangersDave

you dont want to be wasting time here asking that question mate.

if its the same size and model number buy it.

Amazon are great with their replacement service for electronic gear, and id have no problems buying from them


yes i did but what i want to know is how amazon were able to infiltrate my shopping card page with currys?

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currys amazon on 21:38 - Nov 5 with 2324 viewsJuzzie

Cookies probably
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currys amazon on 22:08 - Nov 5 with 2257 viewsMrSheen

Is an Alexa listening to you?
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currys amazon on 22:36 - Nov 5 with 2208 viewsstevec

If that’s as it sounds then it’s quite scary.

Basically means behemoths putting even the largest competitors out of business and heaven help small businesses.

Benefits consumers in the short term but we are heading towards control of the economy by a relative handful of companies, largely automated, and I’m struggling to understand how 8 billion people fit into that scenario.

Soon the only growth industry will be food banks.
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currys amazon on 22:38 - Nov 5 with 2212 viewsLunarJetman



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currys amazon on 23:02 - Nov 5 with 2172 viewskensalriser

currys amazon on 22:36 - Nov 5 by stevec

If that’s as it sounds then it’s quite scary.

Basically means behemoths putting even the largest competitors out of business and heaven help small businesses.

Benefits consumers in the short term but we are heading towards control of the economy by a relative handful of companies, largely automated, and I’m struggling to understand how 8 billion people fit into that scenario.

Soon the only growth industry will be food banks.


Welcome to unfettered capitalism.

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currys amazon on 23:24 - Nov 5 with 2153 viewstimcocking

currys amazon on 20:40 - Nov 5 by RangersDave

you dont want to be wasting time here asking that question mate.

if its the same size and model number buy it.

Amazon are great with their replacement service for electronic gear, and id have no problems buying from them


Hmmm, i hear what you're saying, but if these massive corporations put all of the small ones out of business, damn sure they'll be putting the prices up pronto. A company like Amazon will most likely benefit people in the short-term but to irreparable damage to lots of things in the longer term. As it is in places like Cornwall, all of the towns have gone from having cool little sport shops and toy shops and stuff to be completely sh!t in quick time. We obviously can't halt progress, but that doesn't mean there isn't much to lament.

And speaking of Amazon, https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-50302392
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currys amazon on 02:26 - Nov 6 with 2081 viewstimcocking

currys amazon on 22:36 - Nov 5 by stevec

If that’s as it sounds then it’s quite scary.

Basically means behemoths putting even the largest competitors out of business and heaven help small businesses.

Benefits consumers in the short term but we are heading towards control of the economy by a relative handful of companies, largely automated, and I’m struggling to understand how 8 billion people fit into that scenario.

Soon the only growth industry will be food banks.


This
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currys amazon on 03:07 - Nov 6 with 2070 viewsSydneyRs

currys amazon on 23:24 - Nov 5 by timcocking

Hmmm, i hear what you're saying, but if these massive corporations put all of the small ones out of business, damn sure they'll be putting the prices up pronto. A company like Amazon will most likely benefit people in the short-term but to irreparable damage to lots of things in the longer term. As it is in places like Cornwall, all of the towns have gone from having cool little sport shops and toy shops and stuff to be completely sh!t in quick time. We obviously can't halt progress, but that doesn't mean there isn't much to lament.

And speaking of Amazon, https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-50302392
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Exactly. Once the competition is no longer there look out. Be careful what you wish for.
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currys amazon on 03:42 - Nov 6 with 2054 viewsPlanetHonneywood

currys amazon on 22:08 - Nov 5 by MrSheen

Is an Alexa listening to you?


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currys amazon on 07:04 - Nov 6 with 1974 viewsJeff

Whilst I understand the sentiment on a lot o this thread about the danger of big business, shopping local etc., DSG Retail, who own Currys, have a revenue somewhere near £10 Billion a year, so He’s hardly choosing Amazon over a mom and pop shop!

Can we not knock it?

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currys amazon on 08:08 - Nov 6 with 1909 views2Thomas2Bowles

Amazon assistant in your tool/address bar?

Not sure why you would buy from Argos or Amazon when Richer Sounds and John Lewis offer price match and free 5/6 year warranties.

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currys amazon on 08:33 - Nov 6 with 1872 viewsCliveWilsonSaid

Bloody hell. Do kids get 43" TV's in their bedrooms these days?
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currys amazon on 09:24 - Nov 6 with 1795 viewsSnipper

currys amazon on 08:33 - Nov 6 by CliveWilsonSaid

Bloody hell. Do kids get 43" TV's in their bedrooms these days?


Yeah, I was ecstatic to have a 14’ black & white portable with a dodgy aerial in my room.
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currys amazon on 11:05 - Nov 6 with 1679 viewsbob566

stop shopping on the internet before all the highstreet stores are gone.
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currys amazon on 11:53 - Nov 6 with 1612 viewsPinnerPaul

You have to pay a monthly fee for Amazon Prime I thought?
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currys amazon on 12:14 - Nov 6 with 1586 viewsTacticalR

currys amazon on 11:53 - Nov 6 by PinnerPaul

You have to pay a monthly fee for Amazon Prime I thought?


Monthly or Annual.

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currys amazon on 12:28 - Nov 6 with 1570 viewsNov77

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currys amazon on 12:28 - Nov 6 with 1569 viewsCamberleyR

currys amazon on 11:53 - Nov 6 by PinnerPaul

You have to pay a monthly fee for Amazon Prime I thought?


£79 annual or £7.99 monthly.
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currys amazon on 12:37 - Nov 6 with 1550 viewsTonto

currys amazon on 08:33 - Nov 6 by CliveWilsonSaid

Bloody hell. Do kids get 43" TV's in their bedrooms these days?


so Im not the only one thinking that...

Why stop now, just when I'm hating it

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currys amazon on 12:53 - Nov 6 with 1524 viewscolinallcars

currys amazon on 12:37 - Nov 6 by Tonto

so Im not the only one thinking that...


Bedroom ? Pah, we had a 9 inch black and white in the living room with some gold coloured cellophane paper from a Lucozade bottle taped over the screen so we could pretend we had colour.
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currys amazon on 12:54 - Nov 6 with 1516 views2Thomas2Bowles

currys amazon on 12:53 - Nov 6 by colinallcars

Bedroom ? Pah, we had a 9 inch black and white in the living room with some gold coloured cellophane paper from a Lucozade bottle taped over the screen so we could pretend we had colour.



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currys amazon on 13:16 - Nov 6 with 1467 viewsR_from_afar

I work for a cybersecurity company and I would advise you to be very careful with what you connect to the internet. Even smart TVs (TVs!) leak your personal data back so you can be targeted. Anything labelled as "smart" is vulnerable.

OK, that may sound paranoid but we are seeing cyber attacks on critical infrastructure, like power networks. The bank accounts of casino users were hacked via an internet connected thermometer in a fishtank.

That's why there is no way I am having a smart meter and why I bought the non-networked version of the charger for my electric car.

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currys amazon on 13:23 - Nov 6 with 1448 viewsJuzzie

currys amazon on 13:16 - Nov 6 by R_from_afar

I work for a cybersecurity company and I would advise you to be very careful with what you connect to the internet. Even smart TVs (TVs!) leak your personal data back so you can be targeted. Anything labelled as "smart" is vulnerable.

OK, that may sound paranoid but we are seeing cyber attacks on critical infrastructure, like power networks. The bank accounts of casino users were hacked via an internet connected thermometer in a fishtank.

That's why there is no way I am having a smart meter and why I bought the non-networked version of the charger for my electric car.


It's certainly a concern but as our wifi at home hooks up our phones, tablets and Amazon Echo already, does then having a smart TV actually make any difference?
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