If you want to buy a new television set at the beginning of the year, you can do so at Lidl. The discounter will sell a smart TV at a low price from Thursday. But GIGA will tell you how you can buy it now and whether it is worth buying.
Lidl sells Philips televisions for 259 euros
Update from 01/10/2021: As expected, Lidl has stopped the offer in the online shop and is now starting sales on Thursday. You can strike online and in store.
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Lidl actually doesn’t want to sell the Philips 43PFS6805 television until January 14, 2020 at a price of 259 euros, but the offer can already be ordered in the online shop. However, delivery is only made after the campaign has started. 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 branches. So if it is sold out online, you can strike on site.
In addition to the price of 259 euros, shipping costs of 4.95 euros are added, so that you land at 263.95 euros. This is really a very good price. Otto’s competition charges 329 euros for the same model. So if you wanted exactly this 43-inch TV with full HD resolution and Smart TV functions, you should buy Lidl. As with the last offer, Lidl could take the television offline again and only sell it again on January 14th. At the time this article was published, the Philips television was available to order from Lidl.
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For whom is it worth buying a Philips television from Lidl?
For everyone who wants a branded television at an attractive price. At 43 inches, the television is not too big, it has WiFi so that it can access the network wirelessly and use all the important functions. A triple tuner is also built into the Lidl television so that everything can be received. If you don’t care about the brand, you can buy a similar model from Amazon for 249 euros. Or you want 4K resolution and Android TV, then you can grab the Xiaomi TV for a little more.