Aldi launches new products for Britons who want to spruce up their homes but warns shoppers 'once they're gone, they're gone'

Aldi / Aldi's latest Specialbuys

Aldi shoppers will need to get moving if they want to get their hands on these limited-edition products

Anna Barry

By Anna Barry

Published: 16/04/2024

- 12:45

The supermarket's next Specialbuys will hit stores on April 21

Aldi is constantly bringing out new products for Britons and the latest are plants, flowers, and DIY tools for those who want to revamp their homes. Shoppers can expect to see these Specialbuys from this Sunday, but they must act fast if they want to get their hands on them.

Home improvement can cost thousands, but it's also possible to make a big difference with little changes.

On Sunday, April 21, Aldi will stock three new beautiful plants: the Mini Crassula Ovata in Ceramic, Roots & Blooms Senetti (17cm), and the Roots & Blooms Hydrangea (19cm). These will cost £3.49, £3.49, and £7.99, respectively.

The Mini Crassula Ovata is a "brilliant easy to care for indoor plant to bring greenery into your life".

Aldi's new plants

These plants will set Britons back less than £8


Add a pop of "colour and vibrancy to your garden" with the Roots & Blooms Senetti.

Speaking about the Roots & Blooms Hydrangea, Aldi said: "You'll love these stunning flowers."

For Britons who want to get to work with some home projects, the supermarket has seven new DIY tools hitting shelves on the same day, ranging from £3.99 to £19.99.

The cheapest product of the bunch is The Adhesive Hooks and Felt Pad Set, retailed at £3.99.

Aldi customers can splash out a bit on the Ferrex Hammer Drill, priced at £19.99.

The supermarket's newest plants, flowers and DIY tools are all Specialbuy items, meaning that "once they're gone, they're gone".

Aldi explained: "Specialbuys are the unique and exciting products you find online at Aldi and in store. Here's everything you need to know about Aldi's Specialbuys.

"Every Sunday and Thursday, Aldi Specialbuys go on sale with an exciting mix of top quality, great value products."

Specialbuys are available exclusively in store, in the middle aisle. Aldi said: "Yes, you may come in for bread, but who knows what amazing possibilities you’ll leave with from the famous Aisle of Aldi - a special place for Specialbuys."

Aldi's most recent Specialbuys were launched on April 18, comprised of some gardening tools - and even some snazzy gardening fleeces - plus some laundry and cleaning appliances.



Aldi brings out new Specialbuys every Thursday and Sunday


In other Aldi news, the supermarket recently launched fully recyclable flat wine bottles.

The launch was in response to shoppers wanting greener, more sustainable products.

The wine bottles also offer "enhanced functionality", perfect for "optimising storage space" at home, Aldi said.

In other supermarket news, Britons are buzzing to try out Iceland's newest breakfast item that claims to be "out of this world".

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