HomeSmart Home and WearablesAround the HomeALDI Home Entertainment Special Buys Saturday 24th JulyBy Alex Dennis - 2
ALDI Special Buys are mostly goodies we all seem to like and wait to see what they offer us every week. They can also be a bit of a hit or miss but it seems the upcoming Special Buys for this Saturday 24th July is tantalising to say the least.
The first two major offerings are both TV’s, either running Android TV/Google TV or LG’s WebOS systems.
The first being the BAUHN 82-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV powered by WebOS that comes with 3840 x 2160 resolution, Voice assistant, Netflix and Prime Video buttons on the magic remote. There is also 1 x RF, 3 x HDMI, 1 x CVBS and audio LR, 2 x USB and 1 x RJ45 ports and comes with a 1 year warranty. The BAUHN 82-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV powered by WebOS is available to purchase online or through your local ALDI store for $1,299.
The next TV is the BAUHN 40-inch Full HD Android TV that comes with 1920 x 1080 resolution and has x2 + 1 ARC HDMI, x2 USB, x1 LAN, x1 Optical, x1 Antenna, x1 3.5mm Audio ports, as well as included remote and is available through your local ALDI store only for $329.
As part part of the home entertainment range for this coming Saturday also includes:
All these deals are available through your local ALDI store from this Saturday 24th July unless sold out. You can also find out if there will be stocked at your local store via the product finder/stock levels on the ALDI store here.SOURCEALDI Special Buys - Saturday 24th July 2021Previous articleHow to tell if your Nest Hub is running Fuchsia OSNext articleYou’re in lockdown, bored, and want fresh air? Go ride an Unagi E500 electric scooter Alex DennisBy day, Alex works in customer service but by night and in his spare down time he searches the net for anything and everything relating to Android and Chrome related products and news.Other various interests Alex has include, Accessible transport for people with disabilities along with LGBTIQ and Health related fields and interests for again for people with disabilities.
Aldi and their paper launch … I have never seen those discounted items on the shelves even after checking 5 stores. It wil be interesting if those ones are any different this coming weekend.JeniSkunkReply to Jume7 months ago
For items like this, you literally have to be there before opening, so you can be first in your store. Aldi stores NEVER carry enough of the bigger ticket Special Buys items to even last the first day of a sale catalogue. Despite that behaviour, the ACCC has never managed to bring Aldi to book.