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Thousands Of TVs Destined For Retailers Now Flogged In Black Friday Auction

Thousands of smart TVs in Sydney which were originally destined to be sold at major retailers have been rerouted to a Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale at an auction house.

Over 3000 units which arrived in Australia earlier this year were locked in storage as COVID-19 sent the country into lockdown.

The Ultra HD TVs, which range from 39-inch to 75-inch models, will be sold at an auction starting from just $1.

“These TV’s were destined for major retail stores around Australia and have since been in lock down for months but now they all need to move and quickly,” said Mr. Hames, Chief Operations Officer for Lloyds Auctions.

“Due to the volume of product we expect there to be many bargains to be had right around the country as we are offering a flat rate shipping model for these TVs of only $30 to anyway Nationwide.

“Normally their retail would range for anywhere between $500 and $4000 but with this auction who knows what crazy bargains people might be able to snap up and people really can’t go wrong here with our 14 day return to store warranty we are offering.”

Among the range of televisions is the brand Konka, which is new to the Australian market.

The current bidding online suggests there are some ultimate bargains to be had, with 55-inch and 65-inch models still at only $1 with just 5 days until the auction closes.

Online bidding is open now at www.lloydsauctions.com.au with the auction ending 11am this Saturday AEDT time.

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