Yes, you really read that right. Currys is offering some lucky customers the option to put a big screen TV in their living room without the cost of a penny. The new promotion is available now through June 29th and is available for a range of televisions from manufacturers such as Samsung, Sony and LG.
The deal was launched to celebrate the upcoming summer of football, but like most things in life, it comes with a catch or two. First, the TVs that are on offer are all 55 inches or larger, so you don’t have to pack in a free 48-inch screen.
Then there is the way this offer works because you have to buy the product first before you can find out if it is free. According to Currys, every twentieth customer who buys a television gets their money back simply by going to their website and entering their details.
However, since 19 out of 20 aren’t getting free things either, it’s probably a good idea to make sure you really want and can afford the TV before you rush to currys and pick it up.
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That’s because it has just been announced that Currys PC World, Carphone Warehouse, Team Knowhow and Dixons Carphone will become a brand from October 2021.
The four brands become one, which means over 300 stores will be updated with a new look. The transition from Currys PC World, Carphone Warehouse, Team Knowhow and Dixons Carphone to Currys begins now and will be completed by October 2021.
Alex Baldock, CEO of Dixons Carphone, said of the changes, “Today is a big day for us as we become a brand – curries.
“We do this primarily for our customers. You will see it is curries, number one, to help you from toasters to tellies, laptops to laundry, fridges to floor maintenance, cell phones to music. You will see that it is the experts at Currys who will help you choose your technology, afford it, and enjoy it to the fullest. It’s curries that will help them get the most out of the technology they already have, extend the life and bring them all the exciting new things.