Lidl could be the biggest surprise of Black Friday 2019. The retailer is offering what’s easily the best Xbox One deal we’ve seen at Express.co.uk and also has some tempting offers on a 4K TV and a number of other nifty gadgets like the Fitbit Inspire. While all of Lidl’s deals are available to view on its website right now, you won’t be able to take advantage until Black Friday officially begins tomorrow, November 29. Additionally, the retailer won’t be selling any products online – that means you’ll have to venture to a brick and mortar store to snag any bargains.
A quick word of warning, Lidl has already iterated all of its Black Friday items will have “limited stock”. When a product has sold out, it’s gone for good, so you shouldn’t dawdle if you want a shiny new Xbox One or 4K TV.
Although Lidl has already listed some of its deals online, Express.co.uk will update you if any new tantalising offers surface when Black Friday proper starts.
As we mentioned above, by far and away the best deal from Lidl is for an Xbox One S All Digital Edition with three games for just £129. The bundle in question comes with Minecraft and two Microsoft console exclusives in the form of Sea of Thieves and Forza Horizon 3.
As the name alludes, the Xbox One S All Digital Edition only allows you to play games that you’ve downloaded. There’s no physical disc tray on the device, so if you’ve already picked up some games in anticipated of Lidl’s deal, you’re out of luck.
• Xbox One S All Digital Edition with Minecraft, Sea of Thieves and Forza Horizon 3 – £129 (was £199.99)
SEE THE DEAL HERE
Now you’ve picked up a new console, it would be rude if you didn’t have a shiny new TV to play it on. Lidl’s got you covered there, too. The German retailer is selling a 43-inch 4K Toshiba TV that’s Dolby Vision compatible and supports HDR for just £229.
• Toshiba 43U2963DB 4K TV – £229 (was £349.99)
SEE THE DEAL HERE
Elsewhere, Lidl is discounting everything from vacuum cleaners to coffee machines. As you’d expect, each item has crashed in price.
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