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Aldi’s baby event returns with £1.99 buys and £30 buggies, cheaper compared to other stores

ALDI’s popular baby and toddler event is back this week, with prices starting from just £1.99.

The SpecialBuy range has been in stock since April 1st and here’s everything you can grab.

Aldi's viral baby event returns with prices starting from £1.99

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Aldi’s viral baby event returns with prices starting from £1.99Photo credit: Aldi
This week you will find everything you need for your child in stores

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This week you will find everything you need for your child in storesPhoto credit: Aldi

The product list ranges from toy storage, books, tableware and even strollers.

The collection includes plenty of old favorites as well as some new items, and parents will be rushing to stores to snap them up.

As with any SpecialBuy item, supplies are limited and once used up, they’re gone.

The current release includes the new Graco TraveLite Umbrella Stroller for just £39.99.

The 8kg stroller is perfect for families on the go, say Aldi bosses.

The buggy is suitable for small children aged 0 to 3 years, has super-light folding technology and the seat can be adjusted into several positions.

Best of all, Aldi shoppers can save a whopping £30 (43%) compared to buying the exact same buggy from Boots.

If you are starting to wean from the baby leash or have a particularly messy baby, the silicone bibs, cups and plates are a must.

At just £3.99 each, the adorable designs will keep kids happy while they eat their veg and make dinner a little less chaotic for parents.

Muslin cloths are also available for £2.49 to help remove any mess.

To make things even better, Aldi has also launched a collection of items to help you get your child ready for bed in no time.

All the Specialbuy bargains available in the Aldi aisle this week

The new hooded bath towel and glove come in an adorable spring-themed duck design for just £4.99, as well as an elephant, flower or fox.

To keep your little ones comfortable at night, ALdi has also released packs of 2-pack pajamas or 5-pack short sleeve bodysuits, £5.49 each.

These are available from ages 0-3 to 12-18 months. Parents can choose between floral, bear or space motifs.

There are also lots of great items for your children, such as a selection of classic Push & Pull nursery rhyme books for £1.99, which include instrumental and vocal versions of your favorite rhymes.

Additionally, brand new sensory baby toys are available for £5.99 each to keep them entertained while training their hand-eye coordination.

And last but not least, Aldi is the right place to put away your toys.

Their storage baskets are available in a pack of two for £7.99 in cute bear or simple designs.

So if you want to stock up on some new kindergarten supplies, you better head to Aldi while stocks last.

When is the best time to shop at Aldi?

If you want to shop at Aldi, the best time depends on what you want to buy.

For reduced items – when the store opens

Items with red stickers are rare across Aldi’s 830 UK stores, but the supermarket says none of its food is thrown away, so some can be found – if you’re quick.

A spokesman for the supermarket said: “All items are reduced to 50 per cent of the recommended retail price before stores open with the best before or best before date.”

This means you have the best chance of finding discounted food if you go to the store right after it opens.

Hours vary by store, but most open from 7 or 8 a.m. You can find the opening times of the branch near you in the supermarket Online store finder tool.

For special purchases – Thursdays and Sundays

The Special Buys are the weekly collection of items that Aldi doesn’t normally sell, including pizza ovens and power tools.

New stock hits stores every Thursday and Sunday, so of course these are the best days to visit for the best one-off sales.

To have an even better chance of snagging the best items, check your local store’s opening hours.

However, you don’t have to go to stores to snag a special buy.

They are also sold online, usually at midnight on Thursdays and Sundays You can pre-order them up to a week in advance.

As long as you spend at least £25, items will be delivered to you for free.

Remember: once they’re gone, they’re gone. So if you really want something, visit us as early as possible

There are plenty of sensory toys and books to keep little ones entertained

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There are plenty of sensory toys and books to keep little ones entertainedPhoto credit: Aldi
Additionally, this stroller is commercially available and is the cheapest you will find

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Additionally, this stroller is commercially available and is the cheapest you will findPhoto credit: Aldi

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