Best Aldi Special Buys this week worth snapping up

IF you are looking for top products and low prices, Aldi Specialbuys is the place to go.

There are must-haves for everyone, all for a bargain, with garden furniture, beauty items and even baby toys – you won't miss out.

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  • Shop Aldi's latest Specialbuys here

Aldi Specialbuys has a showcase of products available online here and in stores across the UK – although some items will only be available online.

And if you can't find what you are looking for on offer, there is no need to fear as the supermarket adds new products to their Specialbuys section every Sunday – so keep with us for the latest deals on a range of hugely popular items.


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With the sunshine coming out and the summer drawing ever close, garden furniture will be high on the shopping list for many Brits.

Previous deals have included the popular hanging egg chairs and Love Island-inspired fire pits, all for just a fraction of the cost compared to the other retail favourites.

What's included in Aldi's Specialbuys this week?

The next wave of Specialbuys are available online from Sunday, April 17 until they sell out.

And you can get them before they enter the stores, with many products not available in Aldi shops for up to a week later.



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This week's offerings range from pizza ovens and garden seating, perfect for lounging in the sun with cold beverage and good food.

For parents looking to keep their young kids entertained, why not pick up a new picture book, an outdoor easel or even a playhouse to get them into the garden.

Or if you are running low on key baby and toddler accessories, Aldi have a whole host of amazing products for your young children.

Here are some more of our favourite picks in Aldi's Specialbuys offers below.

  • Gardenline Gas Pizza Oven, £179.99 – buy here
  • Gardenline Rope Effect Snug Seat, £249.99 – buy here
  • Wooden Playhouse, £139.99 – buy here
  • Ferrex Petrol Lawnmower, £199.99 – buy here
  • Picnic Table Sand & Water Pit, £59.99 – buy here
  • Outdoor Wooden Easel, £59.99 – buy here
  • Bunny Picnic Baby Sleep Suit 3 Pack, £6.99 – buy here
  • Babylo Lightweight Travel Cot, £49.99 – buy here
  • White Bamboo Muslin Cloths 8 Pack, £8.99 – buy here
  • Peppa Pig Soft Toy, £12.99 – buy here
  • Lascal Buggy Board Maxi Plus, £89.99 – buy here
  • Toddler Reins Lion Backpack, £6.99 – buy here
  • Hey Duggee Wooden Shape Sorter, £14.99 – buy here
  • Peep Inside Animal Homes Book, £3.99 – buy here
  • Gardenline Decorative Gazebo, £124.99 – buy here

As the temperature rises and the clouds stay away, Aldi's Specialbuys has you covered for your summery needs.

We were previously raving about the Mamia Nursery Changing Unit, great for keeping all of your baby's clothes organised, which has now sold out.

However, shoppers can sign up for updates for when it is back in stock along with a range of other great products.

What's coming up next week in Aldi’s Specialbuys?

There is a vast selection of items listed as coming soon on Aldi's website, and we are chomping at the bit for those to launch.

You can bookmark your favourites now, and be ready to add to your basket when the Specialbuys deals drop.

Among the categories selected for Aldi's Specialbuys next week is Clothing, with deals available on their website from Sunday, April 24 – and you can buy in store the following week on Sunday, May 1.

There will also be DIY products at bargain prices, with these also dropping online on Sunday, April 24 – but you can grab in the shops from Thursday, May 28.

How do I buy Aldi Specialbuys?

The majority of Aldi's Specialbuys are available to buy online, however, some items are also available to buy in store too while stocks last.

A selection of exclusive Aldi Specialbuys are often only available on the website, and are often items that sell-out fast.

What time does Aldi release Specialbuys online?

Aldi Specialbuys drop first thing, every Thursday and Sunday online. So shoppers get double the deals each week – and can maximise savings.

How often does Aldi launch garden Specialbuys?

Aldi's range of new Specialbuys change on a weekly basis, as they cover categories including DIY, home, beauty and toys along with items for the garden.

You can check exactly what will be dropping in advance under the 'Coming Soon' section in the Specialbuys section, so you can be sure not to miss a health and beauty deal.

When can you pre-order Aldi Specialbuys?

Shoppers can pre-order Aldi Specialbuys online as soon as they drop online.

Some items that state they are coming soon will have the pre-order option, however, this isn't always the case and often depends on availability.

Does Aldi offer home delivery?

Aldi has a whole host of delivery options when you shop for Specialbuys online.

Delivery for items can vary from their free standard option on orders over £30 to a charge of £2.95 that will be added to your total basket if the value is under £30.

For those wanting their purchases a little sooner, Next Day Delivery, as well as Named Day Delivery, will cost at least £3.95.

For large items, shoppers will incur a variety of delivery charges. Standard Delivery will cost you £3.95, but for Next Day or Named Day delivery £6.95 cost will be charged. However, an extra large item will cost £9.95 for delivery.

But all the delivery charges are listed here.

It's not only the Specialbuys that get shoppers to the supermarket with a series of other Aldi tips and tricks to get the best products at low prices.

Meanwhile, an Aldi worker has revealed that by speaking to the right member of staff can get you even more money off of your shop.

But someone else working for Aldi has shed light on how they get customers to move on from the till so quickly.

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