Shoppers go wild over Aldi middle aisle buys perfect for caravan living hitting shelves this week – & prices start at £2

SHOPPERS have been going wild over Aldi’s new specialbuys that are perfect for caravan living and hit the shelves in just a few days.

The latest drop of the retailer’s huge outdoor range will land in the middle aisle on Thursday and Aldi customers are already excited.

Aldi's camping range includes a variety of sleeping bags


Aldi’s camping range includes a variety of sleeping bagsCredit: ALDI
The solar bubble lights are a lovely edition to a tent or a caravan door


The solar bubble lights are a lovely edition to a tent or a caravan doorCredit: Aldi
Aldi will be selling an inflatable sofa perfect for a caravan holiday


Aldi will be selling an inflatable sofa perfect for a caravan holidayCredit: Aldi

The chain’s hotly anticipated camping range is set to include everything from sleepsuits to camping lights.

It comes just weeks after the chain began bringing in its gardening range.

News of the Specialbuys has hit social media and shoppers have been gearing up to bag some bargains.

One said: “Looks like we’re going to Aldi.”

Another wrote: “This is worth looking at!”

And a third added: “I’m keeping an eye on this.”

If you want to bag any of these items either for camping or a caravan holiday, you will have to be quick.

All of the items are Specialbuys which means, once they are gone, they’re gone.

You’ll find the items in the middle aisle at your local Aldi.

Among the items on sale this week are solar bubble string lights, which Aldi says are perfect for decorating outdoor spaces.

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They cost £9.99 with 20 bulbs along the eight metre string.

Aldi is also selling a £19.99 camping tarp for extending your tent or caravan space.

It can be used as a rain or sun shelter and includes assembly ropes and tent pegs.

Not only that but the discounter is also selling a whole host of items to help sleeping in a tent feel a little more cosy.

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You can bag big savings on plants, shrubs and flowers, as well as gardening tools and furniture.

Many retailers have flash sales across entire seasonal ranges – often these promotions tie into payday at the end of the month or Bank Holiday weekends, so keep a lookout.

Sign up to mailing lists of your favourite brands and you’ll be first to know of special offers. It can be worth following retailers on social media too.

Use a price comparison site to search out the best value items.

And keep a close eye on the specialbuys at Aldi and middle of Lidl drops which drop a couple of times a week and usually mean great value seasonal items for your outdoor areas.

If you are not in a hurry to buy an item, try adding it to the shopping cart online and leaving it for a couple of days.

Sometimes big brands will try to tempt you into the sale by offering you a discount.

And always check if you can get cashback before paying.

It’s especially worth using sites such as Topcashback, Quidco and app Jamdoughnut when buying bigger ticket items such as garden furniture as you’ll get a nice kickback.

You can grab a sleeping bag with an integrated hood for £16.99.

There are also sleepsuits for £39.99 that have covered openings for feet.

An inflatable sofa will set you back £24.99 and can fit two people.

If you’re more interested on stocking up on the simple essentials, reusable ice packs will cost just £2.49.

You can browse the full list range on the Aldi website but you can only buy the items in store.

As always make sure you compare prices and shop around for the best deal.

You can do this using tools like Google Shopping, and keep an eye out for the latest deals on sites like HotUKDeals.

If you are unsure where your nearest Aldi is you can put your postcode into the store locator tool on the retailer’s website.

Aldi shoppers haven’t been able get enough of a “lovely” middle aisle bargain that’s scanning for £10 and ideal for your garden.

Plus, one middle aisle product in particular has got shoppers rushing to their nearest Aldi store – a Zero In magnetic door curtain.

The nifty gadget attaches to your door and keeps flying insects and bugs out of your home all the while letting air flow through.

Which other retailers sell caravan and camping essentials?

B&M has a range of caravan and campining essentials.

It has camping chairs on sale for £8 and picnic blankets for £6.

If you are looking to get your hands on one of these, you better be quick as they usually fly off the shelves.

You can find your nearest B&M branch by using the retailer’s store locator tool on its website.

Meanwhile, Argos has a whole Caravanning range on its website.

It includes a Leisurewize Portable Toilet for £30 and a Cookworks 1500W Table Top Single Hotplate for £35.

Meanwhile, we tested 10 cheap pop up tents and the winner went up in less than a minute and it was so easy to put away.

When’s the best time to shop at Aldi?

WHEN it comes to shopping at Aldi, the best time to do so depends on what you want to buy.

For reduced items – when shops open

Red sticker items are rare at Aldi’s 830 UK stores, but the supermarket says that none of its food goes to waste so there are some to be found – if you’re quick.

A spokesman for the supermarket said: “All items are reduced to 50 per cent of the recommend sales price before stores open on their best before or use by dates.”

That means you have the best chance of finding reduced food items if you go into stores as soon as it opens.

Opening times vary by shop but a majority open from 7am or 8am. You can find your nearest store’s times by using the supermarket’s online shop finder tool.

For Specialbuys – Thursdays and Sundays

Specialbuys are Aldi’s weekly collection of items that it doesn’t normally sell, which can range from pizza ovens to power tools.

New stock comes into stores every Thursday and Sunday, so naturally, these are the best days to visit for the best one-off special deals.

For an even better chance of bagging the best items, head there for your local store’s opening time.

You don’t have to head into stores to bag a Specialbuy, though.

They also go on sale online, usually at midnight on Thursday and Sunday, and you can pre-order them up to a week in advance.

As long as you spend at least £25, you’ll get the items delivered for free.

Remember: once they’re gone, they’re gone, so if there’s something you really want, visit as early as possible

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