Can You Beat ALDI’s $249 TV Deal?

Can You Beat ALDI’s $249 TV Deal?

Another week, another cheap ALDI TV special. From tomorrow, the discount supermarket chain has a 32-inch LCD model with a built-in DVD player for $249. How does that measure against the competition?

The set includes 3 HDMI inputs and a USB slot for connecting a flash drive to turn it into a basic PVR. It’s a good price, though you can get similar deals elsewhere from other non-premium suppliers.

Kogan has a virtually identical model for $299 plus postage but without DVD; if you don’t want that screen size, there’s a 22-inch version for $199. Millennius’ 32-inch model is more expensive at $359 (you can actually do slightly better at JB Hi-Fi for $348). If you’ve spotted another deal that betters ALDI’s, tell us in the comments.



  • Door buster / Woolworths / Tricky Dicky’s has the Vivo 40″ 1080p LCD’s semi regularly for $299. I bought a couple last time, around three weeks ago

  • Not a fan of bottom of the barrel product but I find it interesting you say the Aldi and Kagan products are virtually identical??? One is 720p one is 1080, response rates are different as are the contrast rates as are the features. But like saying to compact cars from different manufacturers are virtually the same because they both fit the compact size range

    • Exactly. The resolution is a MAJOR difference. I wouldn’t even consider a screen that’s 1366×768, however 1080p is a completely different scenario.

      Saying they are equivalent is like saying a 32″ and a 42″ 1080p screen are the same.

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