Aldi’s sell-out £6 anti-snore pillow is back in stores this weekend

Aldi's sell-out £6 anti-snore pillow is back in stores this weekend

IF you’re struggling to sleep because of a snoring partner, then you’re in luck as Aldi is bringing back its anti-snore pillows.
The pillows cost £5.99, and they’ll hit store shelves this Sunday or you can pre-order them online already.
Aldi The pillows will hit Aldi store shelves on Sunday and they’ll set you back £5.99 each
The items by Kirkton House have been designed to help reduce snoring by raising your head and neck as you sleep, keeping your airways open.
They come wrapped in a cotton cover while the foam core is s-shaped.
We haven’t tested the pillows ourselves, so we’re not sure they’ll be as helpful as Aldi says.
The discounter released anti-snore pillows by Slumberdown last year, and these were slightly cheaper by only setting you back £4.99 each.
Yet if you’re interested in the new offer, you’ll need to be quick as the pillows are part of Aldi’s Specialbuys, meaning they’re only available as long as stocks last.
Aldi has 800 stores in the UK. You can find your nearest branch using its online tool.
The pillow is a bargain compared to the so-called Deep Sleep Pillow Talk, which is selling for £24 at John Lewis or even the Silentnight anti-snore one available for £12 at Asda.
But the latter has been getting top reviews recently as people declare it’s made a “noticeable difference”.
If you don’t want to spend that much on a pillow, Primark launched its own anti-snore pillow for only £4.50 earlier this month – and it’s the cheapest deal around.
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Last week, Aldi also started selling pillows which smell of strawberries and watermelons for £5.99 – and they could help you sleep better.
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You should also be replacing your pillows every two years, according to a hygiene doctor.
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