PARENTS up and down the country will be able to pick up a uniform package for their kids for just £4.50 at Aldi this summer.
It’s the same price that Lidl sold its bundle for last year, but it hasn’t yet revealed any details of this year’s range yet.
The budget-friendly package at Aldi consists of a two-pack of polo shirts (£1.75), one sweatshirt (£1) and either a pair or trousers or a skirt (£1.75).
It covers all kids from three-years-old to 11.
The range will be available to pre-order online from Sunday July 7, and it’ll then land in Aldi stores on Thursday July 11.
You’ll need to be quick though as the clothes are part of Aldi’s Specialbuys, meaning they’re only available as long as stocks last.
The range also includes Jersey trousers and skirts for £2.79 each, as well as a two-pack of pinafores in the same fabric for £6.99.
Similar to last year, shoppers can also get bargains on bags, shoes, socks as well as workbooks.
Last July, Asda launched a school uniform shop where a bundle would set you back £7.50.
While parents would have to fork out a higher £10.50 at Tesco.
Julie Ashfield at Aldi said: “Parents all over the UK will be familiar with the financial concern that comes with the back-to-school uniform rush.
“We’re committed to helping reduce this worry and know how important it is for shoppers to invest in high-quality uniforms that stand the test of time.”
Aldi has 825 shops across the UK. You can find your nearest one using it store locator tool.
Supermarket school uniforms are the same quality as high-street alternatives but are three times CHEAPER, a test found last month.
Some families can also get up to £150 towards school uniform costs for their children – find out if you qualify.
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