WHETHER you’re obsessed with anything retro or just love the sound of music, you’ll really enjoy Aldi’s new retro jukebox.
The Reka Retro Bluetooth Jukebox has two built in stereo speakers and a colour changing lights system, making it the perfect detail to a party.
The jukeboxes will hit Aldi store shelves on ThursdayAldi
The jukebox combines the look of a classic jukebox with all the modern technology – and comes in the size of 37.5 cm x 27 cm x 19 cm.
The jukeboxes for £49.99 will be available in Aldi stores from Thursday but you can also pre-order online now.
It’s the cheapest price around for a jukebox of that size compared to other retailers, but as always it’s important to shop around before you buy.
The colour-changing system of Aldi’s jukebox gives the perfect atmosphere to a partyAldi
It’s also worth considering whether buying a jukebox second hand is a better option – it is usually cheaper.
For the same size as Aldi’s, Steepletone sells a retro jukebox for a whopping £125.

Tropicana and Hard Rock Casinos Seek Approval to Commence Sports Betting Operations
Wednesday October 17, 2018

Tropicana and Hard Rock to soon hop into the New Jersey sports betting mix New Jersey’s sports betting market is set to soon expand as two Atlantic City casinos have submitted petitions with the state Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE) to commence wagering operations. According to documents made available by the New Jersey gambling regulator,

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If you don’t mind getting a smaller jukebox in the size of 40 cm x 25.5 cm x 12.5 cm, you can get away with only paying £37.95 for Intempo’s version.
In fact, the prices of jukeboxes vary wildly depending on size – they start at £32.95 for small wall-mounted versions and then go all the way to an eye-watering £10,200 for a limited edition of a Rock-Ola Bubbler.
The jukebox is only the latest of home items Aldi has launched recently – earlier this month the discounter also started selling electronic safes for £23 and a huge deep fat fryer for just £25.

Sports Betting Takes Central Stage at Illinois House Committee Hearing
Thursday October 18, 2018

Illinois legislators bullish on benefits from the legalization of sports betting Legal sports betting is coming to Illinois and the question is not “if” anymore, but when and what the state’s wagering regulatory framework will look like, it has become clear from a four-hour hearing on the matter that took place on Wednesday in Springfield.

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Monday October 29, 2018

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It has also launched a fireworks range with prices starting at £1.29, but you’ll need to be quick to get your hands on them.
In September Aldi was crowned the best meat and fish retailer of 2018 for the second year in a row.

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