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or debate this issue live on our message boards. One use per coupon. What to do if your holiday plans are in ruins... again: Are you due a refund? Last night, Richard Anson of Reevoo.com said: 'The Tesco own-brand hi-fi is a perfect example of a product that meets the needs of today's value-conscious consumer.
220.80p 11 September 2020 at close ; PLC. The budget buy received better customer feedback than state- of-the-art stereos made by big names such as Sony and JVC. The simple model features two-way speakers, AM and FM radio reception and a CD player.
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C'est un scam! A Tesco Value stereo costing just £16.49 has beaten expensive rivals to be voted Britain's best-loved hi-fi. And dare you risk re-booking? A Tesco Value stereo costing just £16.49 has beaten expensive rivals to be voted Britain's best-loved hi-fi.
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