03rd Jan 2019
Aldi has announced its popular baby and toddler special-buy event will return on January 10.
Everything from everyday essentials to one-off, bigger purchases will be available to buy at low prices. What’s more, the supermarket chain has also introduced a natural, Irish-made skincare range for children.
Whether you have a baby or toddler, or you’re a mum-to-be, have a look at some of the high-quality products on offer this week:
Dribble bibs, €3.99
Cot bed starter set, €16.99
Machine washable. Includes two sheets (approx. 70 x 142cm), cellular blanket (approx. 120 x 160cm) and fleece blanket (approx. 120 x 160cm). Available in four colours.
Two-pack small cellular blankets, €6.99
Baby wipes travel packs, €1.99
Baby change mat, €6.99
Soft, padded and wipe clean; these mats are suitable from birth and fit most changing tables. Choose from whale, swan or star designs.
Baby sleeping bag, €9.99
Make sure your little one is snug, warm and secure with this 2.5 tog sleeping bag. Choose from four designs. Suitable for babies up to three years.
Baby sleepsuits, €6.99
These soft, 100% cotton sleepsuits will help them drop off to sleep in comfort. Machine washable and available in various designs and colours.
Baby socks five-pack, €2.49
Made with cotton and lycra so they’re soft, comfy and easy to put on. Machine washable. Sizes 0-18 months.
Disney potty (in pink or blue), €4.99
Disney step-stool (in pink or blue), €4.99
Moses basket with stand, €39.99
Simplee Sangenic nappy bin, €12.99
Suitable for nappies, cotton wool, wipes and sanitary products.
Tommee Tippee healthcare kit, €13.99
Includes digital oral thermometer, nasal aspirator, baby brush and comb, baby scissors, nail clippers, two emery boards, toothbrush and zip pouch.
Tommee Tippee bath and room thermometer, €13.99
Floats in the bath with a red warning light indicating if the water is too hot. Displays temperature in °C or °F. Battery included.
Baby change backpack, €19.99
The above products and more will be available in 137 Aldi stores nationwide from Thursday, January 10 while stocks last.
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