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ALDI Savings From The Kitchen To The Backyard

The German supermarket giant ALDI is offering massive savings from the kitchen to the backyard for its 12 October ‘Special Buys’ sale.

Customers will receive a massive discount on the 221L Top Mount Fridge or your very own Whiskey Barrel Planter pot, alongside the enormous selection of kitchen and gardening specials.

The 221L Top Mount Fridge featuring a ‘no frost design’, 3-star energy rating with electronic temperature control can be picked up for $299.

When you need that coffee hit from ALDI in the morning, then the Espresso Machine for just $149 is the perfect pick-me-up purchase.

The coffee machine features a stylish stainless steel housing design, a 15var Italian pump and a thermoblock heating system.

Moving to the garden, customers can grab themselves a whiskey barrel planter for $19.99 to show off a selection of plants, flowers or your collection of succulents.

For the lawns, pick up the 161cc Petrol Lawn Mower, featuring an upgraded variable speed engine and 7-position height adjustment, for just $149.

Then finish off the edges with a lightweight 25.4cc Petrol Line Trimmer, only $89.99, featuring the premium Ezy-load trimming head.







When you’re ready to clean it all up, use a pair of Bamboo gardening gloves for $3.99 a pair, while holding onto the full crank 2-stroke engine of the 25.4cc Petrol Blower Vac, just $99.99.






Head to ALDI for further information and the full product specifications for everything available on the 12 October Special Buys sale.

For further information and full product specifications are available on the ALDI website.

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