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Old Apr 14th 2013, 12:07 am
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Originally Posted by cleverdic
Another vote for Carrefour at Cartaya. The choice was excellent and the prices appeared cheaper than Ayamonte.
We used the shop in Ayamonte mentioned by others; the service was excellent - we barely had time to get back home before the TV was delivered. I think we found the prices were at less the same, and possibly better than Carrefour.
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Old Apr 14th 2013, 11:41 am
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As another alternative, you might go to "El corte Ingles", placed in Huelva. This place has quality equipments, although the price is quite more expensive than mediamarkt or Carrefour.It is placed in Av Alcalde Federico Molina, 1, 21003 Huelva

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Just curious, can you still get TVs that DON'T have flat screens?
Lots of them on Segundamano (and flat screens, too).

I particularly enjoy the ads for old 12" tube TVs that have dents and scratches and no remote for €25.

Considering that the local Pont Verde here will gladly give you as many old TVs as you can fit in your car - free of charge - and will even let you plug them in and test them first, I can't help but wonder how many inquiries those adverts receive.
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Lots of them on Segundamano (and flat screens, too).

I particularly enjoy the ads for old 12" tube TVs that have dents and scratches and no remote for €25.

Considering that the local Pont Verde here will gladly give you as many old TVs as you can fit in your car - free of charge - and will even let you plug them in and test them first, I can't help but wonder how many inquiries those adverts receive.
well with TDT's still selling well there must be a large number of old analogue televisions still going the rounds.
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We used the shop in Ayamonte mentioned by others; the service was excellent - we barely had time to get back home before the TV was delivered. I think we found the prices were at less the same, and possibly better than Carrefour.
This was a couple of years ago. Maybe the shops in Ayamonte have sharpened their pencils
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We are looking for a flat screen TV to use in our home in Costa Esuri but are having difficulty finding a local shop that stocks them. Does anyone know of a store which is the equivalent of say, Currys or Dixons, or similar, not too far from Ayamonte, where we could try please? Any suggestions would be gratefully received.
What's wrong with Amazon? You can buy either from the UK or preferably the Spanish site. Good prices and quick delivery.
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What's wrong with Amazon? You can buy either from the UK or preferably the Spanish site. Good prices and quick delivery.
That's a possibility, but as we are only at the property for a few weeks at a time, and don't live there permanently, it might be tricky to co-ordinate delivery time.
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What's wrong with Amazon? You can buy either from the UK or preferably the Spanish site. Good prices and quick delivery.
I second that. We've now bought a couple of items from Amazon UK with Free delivery to Ayamonte with no problems at all. Indeed, I am planning another purchase in the next couple of weeks for an electrical item where it is cheaper and easier to buy and send out rather than toss the item into our baggage!

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That's a possibility, but as we are only at the property for a few weeks at a time, and don't live there permanently, it might be tricky to co-ordinate delivery time.
Same as us. We've experienced two deliveries and each one took 4 days and 5 days respectively from placement of order. Excellent service.
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If you use the Spanish site regularly and pay a €14 annual premium, carriage is free and usually next day delivery.

Orders over £25 from the UK are carriage free and usually take about 4 working days but make sure the product you are buying is sold by Amazon directly, rather than through their other partners, as sometimes these items will not ship to Spain.
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Many thanks - much appreciated info
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Hello everyone. Just to let you know that we found a very reasonably priced 'smart' tv at Carrefour in Huelva. Thank you very much for your suggestions.
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