Aldi slashes Specialbuy prices with up to £100 off including pizza ovens and cycling shorts | The Sun
SHOPPERS across the UK will be poised and ready to go after Aldi slashed the price of a number of its Specialbuy items.
The German supermarket chain has cut prices on dozens of its products from inflatable hot tubs to TVs and tents.
Specialbuys are only on sale for a limited period and so you have to be quick to pick up a bargain.
You can find them online and sometimes in-store, although not always.
One thing to consider is that if you are buying them online, there will be a delivery fee.
The cheapest standard delivery fee will set you back £2.95.
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Among the items in the latest Aldi Specialbuy sale are long handled edging shears costing £5.99 down from £10.99 with a 45% saving.
There's bigger savings than that as well.
The Gardenline Anthracitre Pop Up Gazebo is on sale for £39.99 down 50% from £79.99.
You can get a grey wooden plant stand for £19.99 down 50% from £39.99 as well.
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And there's a 57% discount on the Gardenline Geometric Fire Pit which costs £29.99.
You can even get 38% off men's Crane Padded Cycling Shorts for £4.99 down from £7.99.
And there's a massive £100 saving off a Fire King Large Pizza Oven down from £599.99. There's 17% off on that.
How do the prices compare to other shops?
Even though Aldi is famous for its Specialbuy sales, it's best to shop around for the best deals.
Just because there's a discount on a Specialbuy, that doesn't mean you can't get it cheaper elsewhere.
There are useful websites where you can compare supermarket prices, including Trolley.co.uk.
When we look at other supermarkets this is how some of the prices compared.
Danish Endurance was selling padded cycling shorts for £23, while Decathlon was selling a pair for £9.99.
Meanwhile, Wowcher was selling a pop-up Gazebo for £54.99 and Studio had one for £49.
And The Range had one on sale for £49.99 as well.
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Aldi recently brought back its sell-out hanging egg chair.
And the supermarket giant also issued an urgent recall of its portable hammocks due to "risk of injury".
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