Aldi launches fabulous budget wooden toy range from just £6.99

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  • Just when we thought Aldi’s Special Buys couldn’t get any better they go and launch this amazing wooden toy range.

    Forget the plastic tat, this year wooden toys are high on the Christmas wish list for parents, so Aldi’s new collection is just perfect.

    The budget store has unveiled its new wooden range – which has more than 30 toys – set to launch in store and online on 26th October.

    Toys available to buy include life-like wooden products including a play kitchen, car, dolls house, and toy vehicles.

    From classic open-front dolls houses for under £30, to rocking horses – and even rocking unicorns – both at £27.99, this nostalgic collection has everything kids love.

    And, the best news? These prices won’t make you cry into your cut-price
    mulled wine.

    The adorable wooden cars will keep your little ones quiet for just
    £6.99, or you can take home an entire mini wooden play kitchen for under

    The on-trend wooden kitchens are on sale for as much as £185 from other popular retailers, and with Aldi you can choose from grey or pink, and is made from solid wood.

    In addition the quality FSC certified wooden toy line up includes both classic and modern options, so will leave grown-ups reminiscing and keep kids entertained for hours.

    It comes complete with an oven, hob, sink, shelving unit and even an educational chalk panel – a bargain!

    To regular customers of Aldi, the range may not come as much of a shock as they’ll be used to the great value deals, but for those who are yet to venture into stores to take a look at the Special Buys, we’d recommend doing so for this release alone.

    Also, just a heads up that whilst Special Buys are usually available online a week before they are in stores, this time both launches will take place on Thursday, October 26th.

    What do you think? Will you be treating your little ones to wooden toys this year? Let us know in the comments box below.

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