Lidl is selling an anti-snore pillow to rival Aldi’s

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Lidl is selling an anti-snore pillow to rival Aldi's



IF you’re in need of a good night’s sleep you might want to set your alarm as Lidl is going to be selling a Silentnight anti-snore pillow to rival Aldi’s.
The pillow goes on sale from tomorrow at Lidl stores across the country.
Lidl Lidl is selling Silentnight anti-snore pillows for £7.99 from tomorrow
It won’t be available online, so you’ll have to go in store to get one. Use Lidl’s store locator tool to find your nearest.
At £7.99, Lidl is selling the pillow at almost half the price of buying a very similar pillow directly from Silentnight where it costs £15.
And Lidl’s price is the cheapest we’ve seen. Retailers including Amazon, Asda, B&M, Littlewoods, and Very sell anti-snore Silentnight pillows but they charge between £10 and £14.
But £7.99 is more expensive than Aldi’s sell-out anti-snore pillows by Kirkton House, which cost £5.99 when they hit the shelves in February.
The pillow cushions your neck and head to ensure you can breathe clearly while sleeping
Silennight’s pillow has had rave reviews from shoppers though, with people saying it’s made a “noticeable difference” to their snoring.
Lidl says the pillow, which has a foam core, is designed to better support your head and neck, keeping them at just the right position to improve breathing.

A similar Silentnight anti-snore pillow tested by the British Snoring and Sleep Apnoea Association found that snoring volume and frequency dropped by about 50 per cent when using the pillow.
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