Aldi’s new amazing garden range includes a £40 patio heater and deck chairs

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ALDI has launched a new garden range with loads of things you may need as the weather gets warmer.

Products up for grabs include a £39.99 patio heater and deck chairs for £24.99 each.

Patio heater Aldi
This heater will set you back £39.99
Aldi

The heater comes in the size of 210cm x 50cm x 50cm, but you can also adjust the height and tilt its angle.

It’s cheaper than other patio heaters of a similar size, with Electrical World selling one for £45.94 and Studio flogging one for £49.99.

It you prefer fixing it to a wall, you can order one from Thompson-Morgan for a cheaper £34.99.

The deck chairs at Aldi come in two colours – white and green – and they have three back positions.

Even better, they’re easily foldable so you can put them away during the cooler months.

Aldi deck chair
The deck chairs are available in white and green
Aldi

Meanwhile, Asda sells a two pack of deck chairs for £55, but this is £5 more expensive than picking up two at Aldi.

The new garden range is available in Aldi stores as well as online already.

You’ll need to be quick though, as the products are part of Aldi’s Specialbuys so they’re only available as long as stocks last.

Other items up for grabs range from thermometers for 99p each to a corner sofa for £199.99.

Before you depart with your cash, you should always shop around and compare prices as you may be able to find similar options at a lower price elsewhere.

Online tools, such as Google Shopping, are free and easy to use.


Aldi currently also has an amazing deal on a giant garden trampoline.

And next week, it’s rolling out its baby and toddler sale including cute bee, ladybird, dinosaur and pineapple backpacks.

If you like to bring in the weekend with a cheap glass of Prosecco, the discounter has slashed the cost of bottles of fizz to £3.99.

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