Aldi's Baby and Toddler Sale is Back!

by Laura Driver

Aldi’S toddler and baby event is back and prices start from 79p! Shop online now here!

The latest selection includes everything from nappies and baby wipes, to moses baskets, sleepsuits and books. The range will include several items from its popular Mamia range.

Stand-out items include Tommee Tippee feeding bottles (£7.99, 4 pack), Mamia ultra-dry air system nappies from 79p and Mamia sensitive baby wipes (£5.59).

Aldi is also selling some great nursery furniture, including a moses basket (£29.99), which comes with a stand and a mattress. You can also buy a pack of two moses basket sheets for £3.99.


All items in the baby and toddler event will be available to buy on the Aldi website on July 26th and in stores on July 30.

If you plan on shopping online, Aldi charges £2.95 for delivery if your order is worth less than £20. Delivery is free on more expensive purchases, apart from large items which will incur a £6.95 delivery charge.

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Written by

Laura Driver

Blogger & Social Media Manager
Laura lives in Yorkshire, UK with her two teenage children. When they were little (and definitely not taller than her) she used to blog avidly about the trials and tribulations of motherhood. Laura is no stranger to all the joys small children can bring; sleepless nights, a random public meltdown or a spectacular poonami. She fondly remembers the time her youngest child rolled across a supermarket carpark in a trolley while she was putting her eldest child in the car and the time her, then, three year old took up swearing at a church event. Laura has worked for Your Baby Club, as a Social Media Manager, since 2014.

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