‘Pre-order now’: Aldi shares key dates for Specialbuys items – popular furniture back

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Aldi is known for its Specialbuys which go on sale every Thursday and Sunday. Certain items, including the discounter’s furniture and garden range, have proved to be extremely popular this year, with products selling out instantly.

Earlier this year, the launch of Aldi’s egg chair was so popular that customers were in virtual queues of up to two hours to try and purchase one.

With Specialbuys being so popular, the discount supermarket has now shared key dates for some of its Specialbuys.

Aldi has said lots of its new items are available to “pre-order now” and some are then launched into stores on July 22.

This includes the Kirkton House Velvet Pouffe which is retailing for just £29.99.

It comes in both grey and pink and is back in stock after proving to be a hit amongst customers.

The description reads: “Put your feet up in style with the Kirkton House Velvet Pouffe. This soft to the touch and stylish piece of furniture will add a touch of luxury to your room. Incorporate modern style with an effortless practicality with this handy velvet effect pouffe.”

An ottoman is also available as part of Aldi’s furniture range, coming in brown, grey and pink.

The Kirkton House Velvet Storage Ottoman will set customers back just £16.99 and is available to pre-order on the website right now.

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With temperatures continuing to rise in the UK, Aldi’s contemporary Wicker Garden Coffee Set is also available to pre-order.

The four piece, which costs £299.99, is designed with a glass-topped table, perfect for decking, patio or even the conservatory.

The stylish foam seats and back cushions make the experience extremely cosy and comfortable.

It is an online exclusive, meaning customers cannot find the set in store.

For those looking for a two piece set, the Gardenline Bamboo Effect Balcony Set consists of two chairs and a side table.

Aldi says the furniture is powder coated, rust, weather and UV resistant so it can be left outside in all conditions. 

Like the other furniture set, the £169.99 set is an online exclusive.

Other Specialbuys available to pre-order online include lounger chairs, picnic dining bundles as well as desks and desk chairs.

What’s more, Aldi is offering customers free standard delivery on orders over £30.

However, some advertised Specialbuys have been delayed over the last few months due to global shipping delays.

The discount supermarket regularly updates the affected items on its websites and customers can sign up to an email for the latest availability updates.

Aldi has also updated its shopping rules for customers to adhere to while grocery shopping in store.

In a message to customers, discount supermarket Aldi said that safety continues to be their number one priority.

The letter read: “From July 19, social distancing limits have been removed in England and the wearing of a face covering in public or crowded places is a personal choice.

“To ensure the safety of you and our colleagues, we ask that you continue to wear a face covering if you can.

“Our hand sanitiser and leaning stations remain in stores to use.”

The retailer also advises customers to keep a safe distance from other shoppers.

For customers in Scotland, a face mask is mandatory and access to Aldi stores will be denied if not wearing one.

The message added: “From July 19, all Scottish counties have moved to Level 0, which includes the wearing of face covering in public places (including our stores) and social distancing has reduced to one metre.

“Our hand sanitiser and cleaning stations remain in stores to use. We will update you on any further changes when they are announced.”

Shoppers in Wales are also required to continue wearing face coverings.

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