According to a recent survey by The Telegraph, the average family spends up to £800 on Christmas each year, with £473.83 of that being on presents alone, so it’s no surprise we are all feeling the pinch right now.
Luckily, Aldi’s popular Baby and Toddler event is BACK in store and online and we’ve got all you need to know about this year’s savings.
When is the Aldi Baby and Toddler event?
Aldi’s Baby and Toddler event will happen on Sunday 14th January online and in stores on Thursday 18th January. Keep an eye on the Aldi Baby & Toddler website on the day to grab some online savings.
What are the best discounts to look out for?
- Furniture: Aldi Mamia have brought out a home furniture range and it’s beautiful! The best part? The entire set of wardrobe, cot bed and changing unit is available for less than £350!
- Sleeping: Aldi’s 2.5 tog baby sleeping bag looks adorable and will keep your little one warm for under £10.
- On the go: Save 35% on the Hauck Travel System, complete with a car seat, changing bag and foot muff to keep your little one warm on the move. The 3-in-1 baby carrier is also included in the deal, and will be reduced to £13.99!
- Nappies: The gold award winning nappies, our mums love the Aldi Mamia nappy range and it’s easy to see why. Keep an eye out for nappy savings during the event and stock up when you can.
- Food: The event will see Annabel Karmel and Organix ranges on offer, from oaty bars to baby biscuits, grab your favourites from £0.99.
- Winter savings: If your tot is suffering from winter snuffles, now is a good time to grab the Calpol Vapour Plug In & Night Light, on offer for £5.49 in the Aldi Baby & Toddler event.
- Baby monitors: If you’ve not yet bought a baby monitor for your little one, there will be a Motorola Baby Video Monitor in the Aldi Baby & Toddler event for £54.99. Read our reviews on the best video baby monitors on the market here.
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