PLAYTIME will now be even more magical as Aldi is selling an inflatable space hopper in the shape of a unicorn.
The cute toy has a rainbow mane and a white body, as well as a silver horn and hooves.
Aldi Aldi is selling a unicorn space hopper and it’s super cute
It’s suitable for kids aged two years and older.
Parents don’t need to worry about spending all day blowing it up as the toy comes with a hand pump.
Aldi says the toy teaches little ones vital balance, coordination and motor skills.
But it warns that kids should only play on the hopper if they are being supervised by an adult.
Aldi Aldi’s hopper is suitable for kids aged two and up
Aldi’s hopper is £8.99 and goes on sale in stores from Sunday, May 19 – but you can already buy it online.
As a Specialbuy, it will only be available while stocks last and once it’s gone, it’s gone.
Aldi isn’t the only store selling a unicorn hopper – but it’s cheaper than many of its rivals.
Amazon is selling a similar toy for £9.99, while there’s a version at Smyths for £14.99.
Argos also has a similar unicorn hopper on sale for £14.53.
Home Bargains used to stock a version of the toy but unfortunately, it’s now sold out.
The new hopper is yet more evidence that the unicorn craze is truly here to stay, with countless unicorn-themed products on shelves at retailers across the country.
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Asda is selling a unicorn paddling pool for £18.
And the supermarket has also launched unicorn cereal hoops coloured like a rainbow.
Meanwhile, B&M is selling a sparkly unicorn gin liqueur.
B&M is selling Zymurgorium glittery pink unicorn gin that tastes of marshmallows – but it costs £18
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