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Aldi’s is selling a garden log burner and fire pit that’s cheaper than Wilko and Argos


ALDI is selling new garden furniture that’s perfect as the weather gets a bit chillier.

The discount supermarket’s log burner is back in stock and in previous year’s it’s sold out – much to customers’ disappointment.

Aldi's sell-out log burner is back again and you can buy it online

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Aldi’s sell-out log burner is back again and you can buy it onlineCredit: Aldi
You can use Aldi's fire pit to keep warm in winter months - or British summers

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You can use Aldi’s fire pit to keep warm in winter months – or British summersCredit: Aldi

There’s also a fire pit at Aldi priced at just £30 which is cheaper than you’ll find at other shops on the high street.

Aldi’s Gardenline outdoor log burner has just joined the retailer’s latest line up of Specialbuy bargains for the garden and it’s priced at just £69.99.

You’ll only be able to buy this online and it won’t be popping up in stores like other bargain buys from the supermarket.

Aldi’s Specialbuys are are limited edition products released in small quantities that are available at low prices.

They can be found online on the Aldi website, in stores, or sometimes both.

If you’re snapping up the log burner online you’ll also have to pay delivery, which starts from £3.95, and assemble it yourself.

The log burner measures just under a metre wide and weighs in at 13.4g, as it’s made from steel.

There’s a warning that anyone using the log burner should not over fill the log store below or the burner itself on top with logs as it can create an excessive build up of heat.

The closest we spotted to Aldi’s log burner is what appears to be the same version on eBay, but all are priced at over £100 according to several listings.

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B&M was selling a log burner for just £60, and shoppers were going wild for it – but it doesn’t look like it’s in stock anymore online.

Garden furniture has been hugely popular as people have stayed at home because of coronavirus.

There has also been shortage of garden furniture because of this rise in demand as well as problems importing the items.

Also on sale at Aldi is a garden fire pit that’s only £29.99 and you’ll pay a £3.95 delivery fee on top.

You can pre-order it now and it has an estimated dispatch date of August 12, and that’s when you’ll also see it appearing in stores.

You can find your nearest Aldi using the store finder tool online but remember, Specilabuys are limited in stock so may not be in every store, so it could be worth calling ahead to check.

The bowl of the three-legged fire pit measures 50cm and it has handles so is slightly larger overall.

The closest price we found is the Argos La Hacienda fire pit at £30, with the same delivery cost of £3.95, although if you can order online and pick up in store for free.

That means Aldi’s is a penny cheaper, so there’s not much in it, but the Argos fire pit is also limited on stock, according to its website.

We also spotted this £35 fire pit in Wilko which is reduced from £55.

The Aldi version is still £5 cheaper than this one on sale, but the Wilko one does have a protective mesh and folds away.

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Even when you see a bargain, it’s always worth double checking if you can get it cheaper elsewhere

You can use websites like Google Shopping, Price Spy, Idealo and CamelCamelCamel to compare prices.

You can also find other people sharing the bargains and deals they’ve found on Facebook groups like Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, Latest Deals and Reduce Your Supermarket Spend and deals websites like hotukdeals.

Aldi is also selling a six-piece furniture set that’s £20 cheaper than House of Fraser and Sports Direct

The discounter has also launched a children’s garden range including a sun lounger and picnic bench.

Aldi’s popular baby sale is also back on and prices start at just 69p.

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