• out of stock

Thomson 40" Full HD LED TV With DVD $49.05 (Free Standard Delivery) @ Australia Post


Pretty Cheap.

The Thomson 40" TV comes with a Built-in DVD player, and clear 1920x1080 FHD Resolution.

Built-in DVD Player
1920x1080 FHD Resolution
x3 HDMI ports
x1 USB port
Packaging Dimensions (L x W x H):
100 X 61 X 15 cm

6 Kg

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closed Comments

  • +4

    Pretty cheap? I say, DIRT cheap.

    • Dirty dirty cheap.

      Not sure what difference is I bought the non DVD one for $170 before and it’s fantastic for the kids…

      I’m guessing this is an older model

      • +2

        so did I, totally worth it too. This one wins the title "bargain of the month"?

        • +1

          Bargain of the year. It's still January.

  • +2

    already oos

  • Ordered thanks!

  • +2

    And it’s gone

  • +1


  • Managed to get one.

  • Price error?

  • Got one after refreshing and came back from out of stock. Might not work let’s see.

  • Good price but miss out

  • Ordered! Thanks OP.

  • whoo hoo got one

    • +1

      If you hadn't, would you have written "boo hoo"?

      • Ha HA

  • +4

    Missed the TV but projector still in stock: https://auspost.com.au/shop/product/thomson-1080p-fhd-projec...

    • Got one too thanks!

    • How does it compare to the $99 iBright one or recent Amazon deals on here?

  • Just managed to place an order as well, so I guess we'll see how it goes.

  • Out of stock but still manage to place an order dunno why

    • how did you add to cart?

      • Maybe someone cancel or they find more stock

  • Hmmm, managed to order one even though it's tagged as OOS. Perhaps someone cancelled. Let's see if it works.

  • I saw one of these at my Australia Post store yesterday, but it was $179, not $49.

  • +1

    Are prices the same in-store if you can find stock?

  • Man for 50bux, I'll slap it in the office when I'm doing paper work

  • +1

    Online Page has been removed.

  • The page you are looking for does not exist.

  • +2

    Well done OP, great find for a first post!!!

  • I think it was a price error. Congrats whoever managed to grab them (if it was honored).

    The similar item is still available in their website for $179.95 but this version is without DVD
    Still cheap though for an 40" TV.

    The one with DVD and 32" screen size has sale price of $119.95

  • +1

    No talk of refunds - maybe you guys will get these..

  • Wondering has anyone’s order been shipped?

    • Just the order confirmation with the tax invoice for me. No news about shipping yet.

      • +3

        No bad news is the good news.

  • No email or anything. Checked Auspost Orders Status, and my order has been cancelled.

    • How did you check your order status? Did you create an account?

      • I had an Auspost Account when I made my purchase.

        • +1

          Just found out how to check on mine. Nothing in my purchase history, money is not yet back on my account as well. I have their email confirmation though with the order number, invoice, etc. I’ll give it a couple more days and wait for the money to be refunded.

    • Also used mypost account when ordered, logged in and shows as cancelled, but says no refunds yet :(

      Pricing error my guess was supposed to be $149

  • +1

    Just received my refund from Australia post, without any explanation, very disappointed

    • Same

    • Reads:


      Thank you for your recent order with Australia Post.

      We've just been notified by our supplier that the following product(s) from your order is out of stock and cannot be fulfilled as additional stock isn't able to be sourced:

      73290 - Thomson 40" Full HD LED TV With DVD

      We've processed a refund of $49.05 for this. Please allow 2-5 business days for the refund to appear in your account.

      We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused.

      Kind regards,

      Australia Post Online Shop.

      • Same. Got this.

  • Received my refund over the weekend.

    Anyone actually receive the TV?

    • Most likely not but interested to know as well.