Aldi has a number of offers in the middle aisle every week – called Specialbuys.
From egg chairs to bedding, and fire pits to gin, there are always some great deals to be found.
If you’re planning ahead to visit the iconic middle aisle – or you prefer to get your bargains online – we’ve got you covered.
Here are our top picks of this week’s Aldi Specialbuys.
What are Aldi’s Specialbuys this week?
This week Aldi have a number of furniture options, as well as some fun wooden toys for your little ones.
Pink Shell Accent Chair
People have been going crazy for Aldi’s chic velvet furniture, and this pink chair is no different.
With a scallop design and metallic legs it looks far more expensive than its £109.99 price tag. Plus there are a few colours to choose from.
Get yours on the Aldi website now.
Little Town Wooden Aldi Supermarket
If you find your little ones love playing imagination-based games, a toy supermarket would be a welcome gift come Christmas time.
At £39.99, this mini Aldi checkout includes a conveyer belt to add your purchases on, a customer spacer, plastic till, notes and coins, a cardboard sign, and a handy paper shopping bag.
Get yours on the Aldi site from Sunday October 3, with dispatch beginning from October 8.
Philips Handheld Garment Steamer
Do you typically spend your weekends with endless piles of ironing? A handheld steamer can take some of the hassle out of laundry.
This option from Philips costs £29.99 and saves you getting out the board. Just fill with water, turn on, and steam away those creases.
Available on the Aldi website and in stores now.
Pampas Grass In Natural Basket
We get it, plants are hard to grow, and although they look pretty they can be a big commitment.
That’s probably why artificial plants have had such a moment recently, and you can get a selection at Aldi stores from today (Thursday September 30).
This pampas grass is 40 x 40 x 100cm in size, and costs £14.99.
You can order online and find more Specialbuys on the Aldi website.
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