BUDGET-friendly supermarket Aldi is launching a baby and toddler sale later this month.
Prices start as low as 99p, meaning the deals are sure to fly off the shelves fast.
Each year, the supermarket giant holds an event for parents or parents-to-be.
It allows them to buy all the needed gear for babies and toddlers at a bargain price, like bedside cribs, cots, wardrobes and changing units.
The baby and toddler event will be available to browse and pre-order on the Specialbuy section of Aldi's website from April 17, which is Easter Sunday this year.
And four days later on April 21, customers will be able to shop the bargains in stores, depending on availability.
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Though some items will remain purely online only, so you'll need to factor in the standard delivery charge of £2.95 if your basket is less than £30.
Orders over £30 qualify for free delivery, unless they're for large Specialbuy items – in which case the delivery charge increases to £3.95.
For regular items, delivery will take three to five working days from the date you place your order, or up to seven days if it's considered large.
Like with all of Aldi's Specialbuy items, they sell fast.
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But don't worry if you miss out, as there will be a chance to grab more products in May, according to Aldi.
Prices span from 99p for Peppa Pig puffs to over £100 for gear like the Doona Liki trike, which costs £124.99.
The trike is designed to grow with children from 10 months to three years-old and it has five feature stages – parent mode, push mode, tricycle mode, bike mode and folded mode.
Always remember to compare prices to similar items and retailers online to ensure you're getting the best deal before buying.
Speaking of baby items, some Aldi customers were furious after a change was made to one of its infant products.
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If you're planning a trip to Aldi or any other supermarket over Easter, make sure to check the opening times.
And some customers have split opinions over Aldi's cheese and onion hot cross buns.
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