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50" 4K TV $429, Smart Plug $19, Air Fryer $69, Dryer $249, Junior Mints $2.99, Sweet Baby Ray's Sauce $5.99 @ ALDI

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Sweet Baby Ray's Sauces 661ml $5.99

  • Sweet'n'Spicy
  • Hickory % Brown Sugar
  • Honey Chipotle
  • Original BBQ

Stubbs Texan BBQ Sauces 510ml $4.99

  • Hickory Bourbon
  • Original
  • Smokey Mesquite

Frank's Red Hot Sauces 354ml $2.99

  • Xtra Hot
  • Original
  • Buffalo Wings

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  • Anyone know more information on the TV please share.

  • Not sure this is a deal but this available Kogan 50" Smart HDR 4K LED TV (Series 8 LU8010) for $419 + delivery

    • Chromecast included?

    • +3

      Are those TV's any good, seems like the general consensus is to avoid kogan and Aldi for TV's and spend extra for Hisense

  • Let's hope the smart plugs are new stock with updated firmware

    else remember to update firmware before use

    • why, what happened last time?

      • it turns on and off by itself which got fixed after firmware update

  • Logitech K400 keyboards are $6 cheaper at JB presently.

  • +1

    Can anyone provide any insights on the airfryer? Was thinking to get a Philips one but just saw this deal.

  • Any thoughts on the dryer? Doesn't seem to mention whether it's vented or a condenser.

  • Nooo they don't have the only baby rays sauce that I want! The buffalo wing sauce 😢😭😭

    • Go for the Frank's sauce

  • Does the Male model have eyes?

  • I used to buy stubbs BBQ sauce in the US because they have legit ingredients, no hfcs.

    Sweet baby Ray's tastes better but contain hfcs for those that care. I'm assuming all are the US versions

    Best store bought BBQ sauce I had in the US was from Kroger/Smith's grocery store, their home brand signature select BBQ bourbon sauce. It was made in Canada, so I'm sure it's probably under a different name in Canada… Much like rebranded Kirkland stuff.

  • As someone else asked is it worth saving more and putting out mid $1k-2k for a 65" in one of the regular trios: samsung or Sony, and perhaps LG?

    Our old style lcd chunky tv died recently and due to cashflow didnt know whether to make do with this 400 smth aldi tv or wait a few months. Normally money isn't an issue otherwise.

  • Does anyone know if the TV upscales non-4K content?

  • +1

    What no junior mints jokes? Is the Seinfeld generation dead already!

    Those can be very refreshing!

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