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Currys tv trade in Save up to £250 off LCD and Plasma Televisions Kennington

Currys tv trade in Save up to £250 off LCD and Plasma Televisions Kennington

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The SONY KDL40S550 40″ 1080p LCD TV was £749.00 but now when you trade in your old TV at Currys, you can buy this Sony TV for only £599.00, a saving of £150.00

You can now save up to £250 with the Currys TV Trade In. Currys have hundreds of different types of LCD and Plasma televisions available from 32″ to 50″ size screens for you to choose from.
The SONY KDL40S550 40″ 1080p LCD TV was £749.00 but now when you trade in your old TV at Currys, you can buy this Sony TV for only £599.00, a saving of £150.00

You can now save up to £250 with the Currys TV Trade In. Currys have hundreds of different types of LCD and Plasma televisions available from 32″ to 50″ size screens for you to choose from.

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Currys tv trade in Save up to £250 off LCD and Plasma Televisions Kennington October 5th, 2009 by The SONY

KDL40S550 40″ 1080p LCD TV was £749.00 but now when you trade in your old TV at Currys, you can buy this Sony TV for only £599.00, a saving of £150.00 You can now save up to £250 with the Currys TV Trade In. Currys have hundreds of different types of LCD and Plasma televisions available from 32″ to 50″ size screens for you to choose from. This is your chance to buy that big TV you always wanted but could not afford too, and with Christmas round the corner, this is your ideal chance to watch those movies or sports channels on Sky TV on the big screen at home this Christmas. Specification below for the SONY KDL40S550 40″ 1080p LCD TV Save £100 with trade in 33,000:1 contrast ratio 50hz Built-in digital TV tuner 3x HDMI, 2x SCART, 1x Component Local Information for Kennington Comfortably situated in the borough of Lambeth, Kennington is a largely working class town in the heart of what is known as The Oval. Edward III gave the area now known as Kennington to his oldest son Edward known widely as “The Black Prince” who built a large royal palace on an expansive piece of land that remains to this day. Kennington Park and St. Mark’s Churchyard now cover the area known as Kennington Common. Back in 1796, the Surrey County Gallows was used for the execution of nine leaders of the Jacobite Rebellion. Today, the area is the site for much less gruesome activities, and includes green space and recreational areas for the many families that reside there. There is much work to do in Kennington as the schools and jobs are not up to par with the surrounding areas. Homes are modest, and most of the shopping and eateries are centrally located in the town center for convenience. Kennington is probably most famous for the Oval cricket ground and the Imperial War Museum.

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