Aldi launches £4.50 school uniform deal – and it’s available to preorder

The summer holidays are upon us, but budget supermarket Aldi are getting ready to sell their school uniform bundle for less than £5.

Aldi’s school uniform will be hitting shelves on July 11th, which is a week before most UK schools break up for summer holidays. Better yet, you can preorder the bundles online from July 7th, helping you to beat the crowds and take the stress out of back to school shopping.

They’re selling a pack of two polo shirts, sweatshirt and skirt or trousers for just £4.50, which is even cheaper than last year’s deal.

It’s easy to find yourself leaving school uniform shopping until the last minute, but this bargain might convince you to get it done sooner rather than later.

Other retailers are yet to announce their school uniform deals, so Aldi have got in early. Parents of children aged three to 11 can enjoy the new range, featuring leather shoes for £6.99, twinpack shirts for £2.49, trainers for £5.99, and plimsolls for just £1.99.

 

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Sweatshirts can also be bought for just £1 each, and jersey skirts for £2.79, which are perfect to stock up on. The new clothes are part of Aldi’s Specialbuys, and you know what that means. Once they’re gone, they’re gone!

Managing Director of Buying at Aldi, Julie Ashfield, said ‘Parents all over the UK will be familiar with the financial concern that comes with the back-to-school uniform rush.’

‘We’re committed to helping reduce this worry and know how important it is for shoppers to invest in high-quality uniforms that stand the test of time.’

 

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‘That is why this year, we’re delighted to be expanding our best-selling range and bringing back our bundle deal at 50p less than last year.’

If school supplies are running low too, Aldi are also offering bags, shoes and workbooks ready for the autumn term.

Meanwhile, the supermarket will be trialling compostable and paper bags in all stores from next month, which is a great way to reduce waste and help out the environment.