ALDI has rolled out Only Fools and Horses plush toys that say catchphrases from the popular sitcom.
The toys are available in the characters of Uncle Albert, Rodney and Del Boy, and they cost just £8.99 at the discounter.
1 The talking plush toys set you back £8.99 at AldiCredit: Aldi
They range in height from 20cm to 26cm – simply press them to hear the characters’ famous lines from the show.
Sadly, the toys quickly sold out online when they went live on Aldi’s website yesterday, but they’ll also hit store shelves on June 9.
There won’t be a limit to how many you can buy, but as they’re part of Aldi’s Specialbuys, they’re only available as long as stocks last so you’ll need to be quick.
The discounter has over 825 stores across the UK. You can find your nearest one using its store locator.
A shopper posted the exciting news in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook, and his post has so far racked up more than 1,000 likes and 1,500 comments.
It’s also been spotted by users of deal-sharing website hotukdeals, and shoppers are loving it.
One user wrote: “I’ve had one of these since I was a boy, over thirty years ago and it’s still going strong.”
While another said: “These will make a perfect present.”
If you miss out on the toys at Aldi, they’re also available at Clintons for £10 or you can pick them up on Amazon for even more.
The Del Boy character currently costs £15.99 at the online retailer, while you’d have to fork out £14.99 for the other two.
The three characters rolled out as plush toys for the first time in October last year.
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The popular sitcom has returned as a West End musical after 15 years.
But Paul Whitehouse has revealed his heart problems mean he has to be more “careful” while performing in the West End version of the show.
Sadly, Nicholas Lyndhurst has also ruled out new Only Fools And Horses as too many cast members have died.
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