From today, Lidl sells a Philips TV at hammer price

From today, Lidl sells a Philips TV at hammer price

If you want to buy a new TV at the start of the year, you can buy Lidl now. The discounter sells a smart TV at a low price. GIGA has the details for you.

Lidl sells Philips TVs for 259 euros

Update 01/14/2021: Today, the sale of Philips television officially begins at Lidl. The offer is valid both in the online store and in the store. The TV is probably already sold out online, so you should try your luck in the store.

If you are not successful, Amazon offers an alternative.

Original article:

Lidl does not want to sell the Philips 43PFS6805 television before January 14, 2020 for 259 euros, but the offer can already be ordered in the online store. However, delivery is only made after the start of the campaign. But if you want to secure the TV in any case, you can strike now. Incidentally, it is not only sold online, but also in branch. So if it’s sold out online, you can strike it right there.

Screenshot of January 4, 2021 from GIGA on Lidl.de

In addition to the price of 259 euros, a shipping cost of 4.95 euros is added, so that you land at 263.95 euros. It really is a great price. The Otto contest charges 329 euros for the same model. So if you wanted exactly that 43 inch TV with Full HD resolution and Smart TV functions, you should buy Lidl. As with the last offer, Lidl could take the TV offline again and not resell it until January 14. At the time of publication of this article, the Philips TV was available to order from Lidl.

Is OLED really much better?

Who buys a Philips TV from Lidl?

For anyone who wants a branded TV at an attractive price. At 43 inches the TV is not too big, it has WiFi so you can access the wireless network and use all the important functions. A triple tuner is also built into the Lidl TV so that everything can be received. If you don’t care about the brand, you can buy a similar model on Amazon for 249 euros. Or you want 4K resolution and Android TV then you can use the Xiaomi TV for a bit more.

Peter Hryciuk

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