Aldi has sell-out Barbie dolls for just £15

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Aldi has sell-out Barbie dolls for just £15



ALDI is stocking a sell-out Barbie doll for almost a third of the price at rival retailers.
The discounter is selling the toys to celebrate Barbie’s 60th birthday – as if you didn’t already feel old – and shoppers can save £7.
The sell-out doll is now being stocked in Aldi for less
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The Dolphin Magic Snorkel Barbie Doll comes with her own set of flippers, snorkel and two aquatic pals.
Her top also changes colour when you dip it in hot water, switching from blue to bright pink.
It costs £14.99 from Aldi, where as Amazon is selling the same doll for £22.40 and Asda is stocking it for £27.97.
It’s not the cheapest price it’s ever been, with Smyth’s Toys selling the doll for £12.99 – £2 less than Aldi – but they have since sold out.
The doll is already available to buy but it’s being stocked as one of the budget supermarket’s Specialbuys.
These are one-off products that are only stocked for a limited time – and once they’re gone, they’re gone.
Unfortunately, Specialbuys aren’t available in every store so you’ll have to keep your eyes peeled for them too.
Or you can avoid disappointment by ordering one online – but delivery costs £2.95 which will each into your savings.
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