7 new Aldi garden Specialbuys selling fast, including £40 patio heater and £100 gazebo

BRITISH summer is here, which means preparing for the rain and cold as much as the sunshine.

Aldi has you covered though (quite literally), with a load of new Specialbuys that includes a well-priced patio heater and gazebo – and they are selling fast.


Summer Specialbuys at Aldi often focus on garden furniture[/caption]

Aldi’s latest range of garden items has just gone on sale and they are already being snapped up quickly online.

Specialbuys are limited edition products released in small quantities that are available at low prices and once they are gone, they’re gone forever.

They go on sale on Thursdays and Sundays, and depending on the item, are available in-store or online, or both.

There are 25 new items for the garden which went on sale today for pre-ordering online.

How to compare prices to get the best deal

JUST because something is on offer, or is part of a sale, it doesn’t mean it’s always a good deal.

There are plenty of comparison websites out there that’ll check prices for you – so don’t be left paying more than you have to.

Most of them work by comparing the prices across hundreds of retailers.

Here are some that we recommend:

  • Google Shopping is a tool that lets users search for and compare prices for products across the web. Simply type in keywords, or a product number, to bring up search results.
  • Price Spy logs the history of how much something costs from over 3,000 different retailers, including Argos, Amazon, eBay and the supermarkets. Once you select an individual product you can quickly compare which stores have the best price and which have it in stock.
  • Idealo is another website that lets you compare prices between retailers. All shoppers need to do is search for the item they need and the website will rank them from the cheapest to the most expensive one.
  • CamelCamelCamel only works on goods being sold on Amazon. To use it, type in the URL of the product you want to check the price of.

That includes a portable patio heater priced at just £39.99 and a BBQ that’s £149.99 and that’s £75 cheaper than you’ll find in Argos.

You’ll also find Aldi selling a gazebo to keep the rain showers off and it’s priced at £99.99.

There’s a giant 10ft trampoline too which is sure to keep the kids occupied over the school summer holidays.

With the weather taking a turn for the worst after the mini heatwave, and lockdown restrictions continuing after a delay to the rules being eased, Aldi’s garden goodies can help you still enjoy your outdoor space.

According to the Aldi website, all of these items have been snapped up more than 100 times today.

Specialbuys are popular and often sell out, and shoppers have been warned of a broader shortage of garden furniture over the summer because of soaring demand.

If you’re ordering online, you’ll need to factor in the £2.95 delivery charge if your order is worth less than £20. 

Orders over this amount qualify for free delivery. Or for large items, the delivery charge increases to £6.95.

You can find your nearest Aldi by using its store locator tool.

Before parting ways with any cash, you’ll want to compare prices to make sure you can’t find something cheaper elsewhere.

Portable patio heater £39.99 – buy now


Stay warm when it gets cold with this Aldi heater[/caption]

When it gets a bit nippy a bit of heat can keep the outdoor gatherings going a little longer.

This 700w oscillating patio heater is portable, has two heat settings and a nearly two metre cable.

it’s available to pre-order online from today with an estimated dispatch date of June 24.

You’ll also find it in store from that Thursday, though not all stores stock every Specialbuy.

This is the cheapest patio heater of this type we spotted.

Dual fuel BBQ £149.99 – buy now


Now you’re cooking on gas – or coal[/caption]

This two-in-one lets you use gas and charcoal giving you plenty of delicious cooking options.

The steel framed BBQ measures 50 x 30 x 85cm with additional side attachments for prep and serving.

This is available for pre-order from today with an estimated dispatch date of June 24.

Unfortunately, this one won’t be in stores: it’s an online-only Specialbuy.

This is the cheapest BBQ we found that does both gas and coal, and the next closest in price was £225 from Argos.

10ft trampoline £114.99 – buy now


Bounce high on this low price trampoline[/caption]

Hours of jumping joy can probably be had on this bouncy toy, by kids and adults.

It comes with a surrounding net for safety and says it’s easy to assemble.

You can pre-order this trampoline online from today with a dispatch date estimated at June 24.

This is another one that’s online-only and won’t be in stores.

You can also get a smaller one just for the kids: the 4.5ft junior trampoline is priced at £59.99.

Again you can pre-order from today, but you’ll also find it in stores from June 24.

We spotted another trampoline for the same price from Wayfair and it’s slightly bigger at 12ft.

Decorative gazebo £99.99 – buy now


Taking shelter in the bad weather won’t cost and arm and a leg[/caption]

This under-£100 gazebo may say decorative but it also offers cover as well as beauty.

It’s made with a polyester roof and steel poles and measures just under 3 metres.

You can buy this online straight away, there’s now pre-order, but you won’t find it in Aldi stores.

Reviews of the furniture are good, with one customer calling it “unbelievably attractive” and others praising it as “stunning” and a “great design”.

We found this similar gazebo at The Range for slightly more at £109.99.

Cantilever Parasol £179.99 – buy now


Stay shady under this brolly wherever the sun is[/caption]

Another one for when the weather turns, this parasol is cantilevered.

That means that the post is at the side rather than in the middle like an umbrella, and you can rotate it fully and move it to several different angles.

It covers 2.5 metres and is 2.6m high, weighs 23kg and comes in dark grey.

You can only get this online, and it can be pre-ordered from today with an estimated dispatch date of 27 June.

We spotted this cheaper cantilever parasol from B&Q for £90 though it’s round and not square so offers slightly less coverage.

Kids sand and water pit £14.99 – buy now


Sand, balls and water are all an option for using this toy pit[/caption]

Keep the little ones happy playing about when the weather’s right with this cut toy.

On one side you can put sand (not included) and the the other can be filled with water – or you can use it as a ball pit too.

When the weather turns you can use one side as a lid on top of the other side.

Each pit is just under a metre and it weighs in at 3.5kg when empty.

You can pre-order now for delivery from June 24 and you’ll also find it in store from that date.

This is the cheapest we found and the next closest is this £17.99 shell sand pit set from Smyths Toys.

Rope effect rocking chair £99.99 – buy now


Move over egg chairs, Aldi has a new garden must-have[/caption]

Hanging chairs and egg chairs have been all the rage and now there’s an equally cute-looking garden rocking chair.

Made of polyester and steel, this chair measures just under a metre and weighs around 8kg.

It also comes with two cushions for seat and waist for comfort.

You can find this online for pre-order and delivery from June 27, but not in stores.

We couldn’t spot ant similar styles of chair at this price.

Aldi has slashed the prices of some of its Specialbuys making them even more of a bargain.

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