Aldi is having a baby and toddler event this week with huge savings for parents on furniture, feeding equipment, monitors and more
Budget retailer Aldi is having a baby and toddler event this week, with huge savings on furniture, toys and books, bedding and feeding equipment.
It is a great way for parents to buy essentials for little ones without spending a fortune.
The event will run from Thursday, January 11 - Thursday, January 18, in store and online.
Julie Ashfield, Joint Managing Director of Corporate Buying at Aldi, said: “Everyone knows that finances in January can be tight, which is why Aldi is committed to helping parents save as much money as possible.
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