Aldi is selling a water slide for just £12.99 this summer


The summer holidays are here, and a heat wave is hitting the UK. If you’re looking to keep the kids entertained outdoors, Aldi have got you covered.

Aldi’s new water slide features two lanes and inflatable surf riders, so your kids can race each other to the finish line. We’re sure it will get very competitive!

It comes with a garden hose connector so you can really make a splash, as well as a water-filled stopper that acts as a cushion when your kids are zooming down the slide.

You can choose from turquoise, blue and red colours for the slide. If you bought all three, you could have one big slide with lots of lanes to keep your kids and their friends entertained for hours.

The slide is suitable for children over four years old and comes with a three-year guarantee, so it’s built to last.

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According to Aldi’s product description, the water slide is ‘perfect for garden parties and BBQ's this fantastic slide will keep them entertained for hours’.

The description adds: ‘With 2-lane racing their friends will love coming over to play outside.

‘Keep them fit and active in the sunshine with this super fun slide.’

The slide is a Specialbuy, meaning you’ll have to grab one while stocks last!

If you have a pool or are visiting one soon, Aldi are also selling two giant pool floats shaped like a unicorn or flamingo for £19.99 each, so you can relax in style this summer.

And if you’d rather go out and about with kids this summer, we’ve put together 41 ideas to entertain your kids.

This ranges from arts and crafts to fun days out, so hopefully enough to fill in the six weeks!

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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.