BARGAIN hunters looking to save cash across homeware, clothing and baby items should head to Aldi’s new online specialbuy reduced section.
Specialbuys are value products that are sold for a limited time only but the discounter has now slashed prices even further in a bid to shift remaining stock.
The sale is made up of leftover specialbuy stock which has now been reduced
Of course, it is a clearance sale so stock is even more limited than before and items aren’t available in every size but it’s still worth having a look to save some pennies.
The products are from old ranges which may make them feel out of season, such as ski gear, but you may be able to bag a baring now and storing it until next winter.
Items only feature in the sale for as long as there are any left so you won’t see them restock once they’ve sold out.
We’ve taken a closer look at the bargains to find some of our top picks:Inoc ladies’ pro snow sports jacket, £24.99 – buy now
Was: £29.99, Save: £5
Aldi The faux fur trim on the hood is removable
There may only be a month or so left in the ski season in Europe but you can bag yourself a warm coat for next winter at Aldi.
Launched in January this year, some of the skiwear range has ended up in the bargain bucket including this coat.
The faux fur trim is removable but it’s only available in size 10 and 12.
You can actually get a cheaper coat in the clearance sale from Mountain Warehouse for £14.99 but it’s not fur line and only available in size 22.
Ambiano multi section grill, £14.99 – buy now
Was: £19.99, Save: £5
Aldi Shoppers can save £5 on the multi-grill frying pan in the sale
The multi section grill is useful if you’re cooking a load of different foods all at once – so basically it’s your best friend when it comes to making a fry up.
There are five cooking sections and we’ve been long singing this kind of grill’s praises, ever since Olympic diver Tom Daly posted a video of him using a similar one.
Last year, Lidl stocked a similar one for £13 but now the next cheapest grill we could find costs £16.99 from Amazon.
Crane ladies’ black fitness trainers, £9.99 – buy now
Was: £11.99, Save: £2
Aldi Pairs of womens gym trainers now cost £9.99, down from £11.99
Now that the clocks have gone back, the evenings are light so you’ve got no excuse not to squeeze in a run.
You can pick up a pair of fitness trainer from the reduced section at Aldi for £9.99, down from £11.99 saving you £2.
The shoes are still available to buy in sizes four to seven, but if you’re a four or a five then you should head to Sports Direct where you can get a pair of Everlast gym shoes for £10 down from £44.99.
Loveable bug travel change mat, £5.99 – buy now
Was: £8.99, Save: £3
Aldi The baby changing mat is available to buy in a range of fun colours and themes
Shoppers can save £3 on this ladybird themed, Bambino Mio baby changing mat.
The foldable baby accessory has an absorbent inner padding, is machine washable and okay to chuck in the tumble dryer.
It’s the same price as a black travel mat sold in Mothercare, although the Aldi versions are made in a whole bunch of fun colours.
V shaped pillow, £7.99 – buy now
Was: £9.99, Save: £2
Aldi Orthopaedic pillows are good if you’re pregnant or suffer from back problems
V shaped pillows are great if you’re pregant because they can support your baby bump while you sleep.
They’re also useful if you suffer with aches and pains from sitting in a chair all day.
Aldi’s speciabuy costs just under £8 in the sale, while the next cheapest one we could find costs £9 from Amazon.
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Espresso cups and saucers 2 pack, £2.99 – buy now
Was: £3.99, Save: £1
Aldi The set of two coffee cups are value for money in the sale
These Kirkton House espresso cups come in a clean, white finish, perfect for impressing the guests after a dinner party.
It’s a fair price for a set of two, considering one from Ikea will set you back £2, while one from Sainsbury’s costs £3.50 each.
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