Aldi have slashed the price of their 10ft paddling pool - to just under £10!

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Affordable supermarket giant Aldi is making sure your summer plans don’t cost an arm and a leg this season.

They’ve decided to slash the price of their famous paddling pool, the 10ft Intex Quick Set Up Pool, which sold incredibly well last year.

It’s been reduced in price from £29.99 to just £9.99, which is such a bargain. The pool has a capacity of 3,853 litres, so there’s plenty of room to splash about with the family or your favourite inflatables when the temperature starts to rise this summer.

The decision has come after rival store Lidl released their own paddling pool, also very reasonably priced at just £14.

This particular Aldi offer was spotted by a bargain hunter in Bristol, but at the moment it’s unclear whether or not this is a nationwide deal.

If that discount wasn’t enough howver, Aldi have also brought back their best-selling hot tub, which is perfect for adults.

With 120 air jets and a 2200W heater, it’s the ultimate addition to any garden party you might be hosting.

The tub will cost you £349.99, which is a huge saving compared to your standard hot tub! This one is so much easier to store too, making it difficult to resist.

pizza oven

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If pizza is more your thing, they’re also offering a Specialbuy pizza oven for only £39.99. So you can impress your friends with your pizza dough making skills and save a fortune on takeaways, what’s not to love about that? This oven will definitely make you save room for seconds.

We all love the season of BBQs, drinks in the sun, and any excuse to spend more time outdoors.

Judging by all these Specialbuys, they're all catered to helping us do exactly that.

Once again, the supermarket has proven that you can still throw a great event without breaking the bank, and that's something we can all get behind.

Lucy Buglass
Digital Writer

Lucy Buglass is a Digital Writer for What's on TV,, and Woman&Home. After finishing her degree in Film Studies at Oxford Brookes University she moved to London to begin her career. She's passionate about entertainment and spends most of her free time watching Netflix series, BBC dramas, or going to the cinema to catch the latest film releases.