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Aldi is known for its Specialbuys which go on sale every Thursday and Sunday, with some products being stocked in store and online and some being online exclusives. The discount supermarket has shared an update with the latest items that have been delayed.
A statement on the Aldi website reads: “Due to current disruptions to global shopping, a number of Specialbuys may be delayed.
“We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
“We’re doing all we can to provide clarity on expected availability dates, but these are subject to change.”
Customers can sign up to Aldi’s email newsletter for the latest availability updates.
A few of the products are only slightly delayed in store and online while popular items like the Disney Licensed Cushion isn’t expected until August now.
Full list of estimated online availability:
– 30cm Black Solar Ball Light – TBC
– 40cm Large Solar Ball Light – TBC
– BBQ Tool Set – June 10
– I am Very Brave Padded Book – TBC
– JCB Folding Washbag – TBC
– Solar Mesh Stakelight – TBC
– Talking Soft Toys – TBC
– Balloon Cloud kit – TBC
– Donut Stand Decorative Party Wall – TBC
– Harry Potter Board Game – June 14
– Harry Potter Keepsake Box – TBC
– Harry Potter King Sized Duvet – TBC
– Harry Potter Light Painting Wand – TBC
– Harry Potter Single Duvet – June 10
– Harry Potter Stationery – June 10
– Harry Potter UV Diary – TBC
– HoMedics Stretch Mat – TBC
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– Ladies’ / Men’s Performance Shorts – TBC
– Xplora Fitness Watch – TBC
– Anthracite Rattan Sofa with Cover – June 9 (online only)
– Cream / Grey Rattan Sofa with Cover – June 9 (online only)
– Grey Rattan Sofa with Cover – June 9 (online only)
– Black Facemask – June 4
– Grey Solar Spiral Light – TBC
– Ice Cube Trays – July 4
– Jumbo Pool – July 4
– Round Metal Watering Can 10L – TBC
– Silver Caged Solar Metal Lantern – TBC
– Stamford Planters – July 4
– Tower Fans – June 13
– 4 Person Instant Set-Up Tent – Product Cancelled
– Disney Licensed Cushion – August 1
– Adventuridge Camping Lantern – TBC
– Glazed Terracotta Pot Blue – June 20
– Glazed Terracotta Pot Green – June 20
– Muslin Throw – July 18
– Outdoor Knitted Pouffe – July 25
– Outdoor Oasis Cushion – June 20
– Polar 1/4 Zip Neck Fleece – June 27
– Ultra-Light Camping Chair – TBC
– Walking Zip-Off Trouser – June 27
– Waterproof Jacket – TBC
– Cycling Commuter Jacket – June 8 (online only)
– Garden Game – TBC
– Licensed Pyjamas – June 27
– Play Balls 100 pack – June 20
– Mountain Bike – TBC (online only)
– Bike Assembly Stand – TBC
– Harry Potter Hoodie – June 27
– Multipurpose Floor Mats – June 13
– BOPO Bottle – June 20
The ice cube tray and jumbo pool are expected a month later in store than advertised, with them hitting the shelves on July 11.
The Stamford planters are also expected on July 11 while the tower fan, which was advertised as being available in store in May, will be available late June.
Aldi’s garden Specialbuys have proved to be extremely popular amongst shoppers, with some waiting in virtual queues for hours at a time.
The discount retailer’s new egg chair, which can fit two people in it, will be available from July 6.
It will be priced at £249.99 and features a rattan design with grey cushions and a steel frame.
In other Aldi news, the retailer announced yesterday that it is changing its own-label fish cake plastic packaging.
The supermarket will be using recycled plastic that has been collected from coastal areas.
Richard Gordon, Plastics and Packaging Director at Aldi UK, said: “These changes will see us use less packaging overall, and also repurpose plastic that could otherwise end up polluting our oceans.
“This is the latest in a series of initiatives we are rolling out to reduce our environmental impact and offer our customers even more environmentally-sustainable options when they shop at Aldi.”
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