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Aldi shoppers are rushing to buy a ‘fab find’ middle aisle bargain that’s ideal for camping

ALDI shoppers are rushing to buy a middle-aisle product that’s scanning for £2 instead of £5 and ideal for camping.

The German discounter is selling an Adventureridge fishing chair in the Specialbuys section of its stores.

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Aldi is selling a camping chair for £2 down from £5[/caption]
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One shopper spotted the deal in their local branch, claiming they bought the last one[/caption]

One customer recently spotted the deal in their local branch, posting a photo of it on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group.

They captioned the post: “Camping chairs £1.99 Aldi very cheap got last one.”

The post has received plenty of reaction from shoppers clamouring to buy one of the camping essentials.

One said “bargainnnnnn” while another added “fab find”.

Other shoppers have been quick to tag family and friends in the post flagging they’re keen to snap one of them up.

If you’re keen to buy one of the camping chairs, it might be worth calling your local Aldi branch ahead to see if they have any in stock.

With Specialbuys, there is always limited stock and once a product has sold out, no more are added to shelves.

Of course, remember to shop around to make sure you are getting the best deal too.

Websites like Price Spy let you compare prices on thousands of products across different retailers to see where is cheapest.

You can use the Google Shopping/Product tab to quickly browse the internet for a specific item too.

We had a look online to see if any other retailers are selling a similar-style camping chair for less than the £2 one at Aldi, but couldn’t find any.

Mountain Warehouse, Blacks, Argos and Millets are all the next cheapest and are selling one for £9 – £7 more expensive.

That’s before factoring in delivery fees as well.

It comes after parents were left raving about Aldi’s school uniform range, with prices starting from just £1.50.

How to bag a bargain

SUN Savers Editor Lana Clements explains how to find a cut-price item and bag a bargain…

Sign up to loyalty schemes of the brands that you regularly shop with.

Big names regularly offer discounts or special lower prices for members, among other perks.

Sales are when you can pick up a real steal.

Retailers usually have periodic promotions that tie into payday at the end of the month or Bank Holiday weekends, so keep a lookout and shop when these deals are on.

Sign up to mailing lists and you’ll also be first to know of special offers. It can be worth following retailers on social media too.

When buying online, always do a search for money off codes or vouchers that you can use vouchercodes.co.uk and myvouchercodes.co.uk are just two sites that round up promotions by retailer.

Scanner apps are useful to have on your phone. Trolley.co.uk app has a scanner that you can use to compare prices on branded items when out shopping.

Bargain hunters can also use B&M’s scanner in the app to find discounts in-store before staff have marked them out.

And always check if you can get cashback before paying which in effect means you’ll get some of your money back or a discount on the item.

Shoppers can pick up everything from sweatshirts to trousers, socks and skirts.

For those with a bit more cash to burn, you can snap up a backpack for £12, football boots for £10 or joggers for £7.

The essential bundle is ideal for families looking to scrimp and save, and includes two polo shirts, one sweatshirt or cardigan and the choice of a pair of trousers, a skirt, or cargo shorts.

Shoppers have already been posting online heaping praise on the cheap and cheerful range.

Posting on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains Facebook group, one parent said: “Get down to Aldi guys. I paid £11 for all of this school uniform.”

The post has been flooded with responses from parents, many of whom praised Aldi over their cheap uniform.

One person said: “These prices are hard to beat”.

Another person said: “What a bargain”.

A third added: “I went as soon as they opened yesterday! Got everything for £48 and it would have cost me £102 for same stuff at Asda! Bargain!”

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