Aldi’s bargain buys can be a bit of a hit or miss but we thought we would share the bargain buys the discount supermarket is offering this Wednesday 3rd July 2019, which include a 50-inch 4K Ultra HD TV with Chromecast built in plus some associated tech accessories such as a smart plug, bluetooth keyboard and Arlo smart cameras.

From what we have been able to find out, that the 50-inch 4K ultra HD TV with a bonus Chromecast dongle included and is available to purchase for $429. The TV comes with a 50-inch display which is offering 3840 x 2160, 4K ultra high definition display viewing. There is also x2 HDMI , 1 x PC audio in, 1 x VGA, 1 x Optical, 2 x USB and 1 x Earphone Out ports. You can also record live TV plus also playback via a USB hub and comes with what ALDI is saying is an ‘easy’ remote control included. Of course the main selling point is the bonus Chromecast dongle being included (and yes the 4K resolution also).

ALDI is also offering Logitech K400 Plus Wireless TV Keyboard for $39.99 along with the very popular Medion Smart Wi Fi Plug for $19.99.

The discount supermarket is also offering as part of the special buys this Wednesday, is the Arlo Pro Series – 2 Camera Kit, which offers x2 720P HD cameras that also includes the base station with built-in siren and 2 rechargeable batteries for $499.

As stated, these deals are only available through your local ALDI store from this Wednesday 3rd July 2019 and its probably safe to say they will run out quite quickly.

Source: ALDI - Special buys - Wednesday 3rd July.
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Jafar Calley
Jafar Calley
1 year ago

“Legs included” Haha Apple! :p

Bill M
Bill M
1 year ago

When I was installing Digital ready antennas, I came across a lot of ALDI TV’s… The common denominator across the board was dead crystals leaving black spots or black lines in the picture. I wouldn’t own a TV from ALDI if they paid me to take it off their hands!

Murray
Murray
1 year ago

The price on the included Chomecrast is $59.00. That’s the price for the lo-res version. The 4k is normally $99. Interesting to see what it really is.