Aldi shoppers race to grab festive goodies with parents declaring ‘Christmas sorted’ as they show off piles of treats | The Sun

Aldi shoppers race to grab festive goodies with parents declaring ‘Christmas sorted’ as they show off piles of treats | The Sun


IT might still only be October, but some parents are already getting ready for Christmas.

The savvy shoppers have been making the most of the festive bargains in Aldi, but you'll have to be quick if you want to get your hands on them.

The wooden toy range has been a favourite for parents, with some taking to the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK to rave about their purchases.

"Wooden sets are in Aldi today. I’d be quick as they’re very popular," one mum wrote in the group.

"I know you can check online for specific things in stores but you’re probably just better chancing it.

"Christmas and birthdays sorted for my two," she added.



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She showed off a trolley full of toys, including a wooden medical cart, a tabletop sweetshop, a car ramp and even a wooden Cuthbert cake.

And she wasn't the only mum making the most of the posh wooden toys available.

Another parent showed off their loot after visiting the shop, and she grabbed some similar bargains.

One of the biggest toys she bought was the wooden kitchen set, which is priced at just £34.99.

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She also nabbed some cheaper bits, like the wooden double sided easel, £19.99,activity board, biscuit tin, toaster set and bakery set, all £9.99 each.

"They also had dolls house, tills, vet stations, wooden trucks including ambulances and fire trucks, make up tables, walkers. All similar prices," she raved.

After sharing their toy hauls on Facebook other parents were excited to buy the same bits for their kids.

"Guess who's about to go and spend a fortune," one commented.

"Omg I need to go and get this right now," a second wrote.

And another commented: "Aldi always have such good toys for Christmas."

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