Aldi has launched a Peppa Pig advent calendar with 24 books for kids!
The calendar says: “Countdown to Christmas with Peppa and George! Find a surprise mini storybook behind each door, plus a special Christmas story for Christmas Eve.
“Put the books back inside the windows so you can reuse your advent book collection every year.”
The calendar will set you back £9.99 in Aldi, making it just 42p per book. Fans have spotted the same advent calendar in Tesco for £10.
The calendar will be available for pre-order from October 25th with delivery from November 1st.
Aldi are also selling Marvel superhero and Disney advent calendars for £9.99, perfect for those kids who are slightly older!
If your kid is obsessed with all things Peppa Pig – whose isn’t? – Asda is also selling a Peppa Pig toy advent calendar this year for £18.
If you want to get in on the advent action, Aldi will be selling a wine and Prosecco advent calendar for adults!
It’ll set you back £49.99 but features 24 mini bottles of red, white, rosé or sparkling wine. That makes it just £2 a bottle!
Primark is now selling a £16 Hogwarts inspired advent calendar for Christmas
Perfect for Potter-heads!
Primark has created its very own magical Harry Potter-themed advent calendar and it looks incredible.
This years’ Christmas countdown just got magical with Primarks Hogwarts-inspired advent calendar complete with turrets, tiny windows and the school crest taking pride of place on the tower.
It’s painted with gorgeous forest green, grey and maroon colour scheme and will make the most perfect gift for those Harry Potter fans in your life.
There are of course 24 little drawers to open and the whole thing will set you back just £16.
The tiny drawers can be filled with anything you like! You can get creative and make your own Harry Potter-themed trinkets or keep it classic with some chocolate.
You could even fill it with the M&S Harry Potter chocolate range complete with chocolate wands, chocolate frogs and plenty of sherbet lemons.
Primark shared the new addition to the Christmas range on Facebook with the caption: “This year’s coveted Harry Potter calendar is making its way into store.
“When the autumn term draws to a close, make sure you have this Hogwarts advent calendar on-hand to start the Christmas countdown in wizarding style.
“Fill the drawers with all kinds of treats – this will be a Christmas tradition you can continue for years to come!”
It’s safe to say it will probably sell out fast as the post racked up almost 10k comments in under 24 hours.
One fan wrote ‘Gosh this is beautiful’ another added ‘wow!! That’s really good! £16 too!!’.
It’s only available in limited stores, including the Manchester Trafford Centre store. See the full list here.
Primark is selling matching Friends pyjamas for you and your best mate
The one with matching PJs!!!
You can now get matching Friends-themed PJs for you and your best friend, because they’re your real lobster.
Winter is the time to treat yourself to a comfy new pair of PJs if you can, it’s time to get cosy and toastie.
Primark is now selling a comfy pair of matching Friends-themed PJs so you can your bestie can look cute while watching all the festive films this season.
They are Rachel and Monica inspired so they’re reserved for only your bestest of best friends!
The PJs come with matching polka dot leggings and t shirts reading ‘she’s my Rachel Green’ and ‘She’s my Monica Gellar’ in metallic gold foil detailing.
The PJs will set you back £14 for each pair.
Fans are already buzzing about the new PJs following a share on Primark’s Instagram page, which has now racked up over 103,000 likes and 14,000 comments.
One fan wrote: “Primark is amazing!”, while another added: “I love these!!”
Another tagged their friend and wrote: “Oh my god – these are so US.”
We couldn’t BE any more excited about these but be quick if you want to snap some up!
Aldi’s £2 draught excluders could save you £20 a year on your energy bills
I need this!
Aldi has launched energy-saving draught excluders starting at just £1.99, which experts reckon could save you £20 a year.
It’s officially arctic these days and if, like me, you’d rather work from home in three jumpers, a blanket and a hot water bottle than put your heating on – this handy contraption might just be the thing for you.
The bargain supermarket is stocking up with six different types of draught excluder that should drastically reduce the amount of heat escaping your home.
In fact, The Energy Saving Trust reckon draught excluders can shave up to £20 off your energy bills based on a semi-detached house in England, Scotland or Wales.
Stephen Murray, energy expert at MoneySuperMarket said: “As we become more reliant on our heating systems, particularly while so many of us are working from home during the pandemic, it is more important than ever to think about how you can save money on your energy bills.
“Simple home improvements such as adding a draught excluder for a couple of quid can really add up to a decent saving over a year.”
Depending on where you’d like to put your draught excluder will denote which one you need and what size.
If you want to close the gap between floor and doors, which Uswith.com say is ‘one of the best ways you can draught-proof your home’, opt for a brush or hinged flap draught excluder.
Aldi’s double-sided foam draught excluder can be slipped on the bottom of any indoor door and it doesn’t even need adhesive to stay in play.
It measures 95cm x 10cm x 2.5cm or you can opt for the PVC version which has a brush along the floor which will close gaps of up to 20mm between door and floor.
Aldi is also selling a 15mm felt version of the PVC draught excluder.
The supermarket is also selling a transparent draught excluder which can be cut down to whatever size you need – which will be best if you have any awkward gaps to fill.
Finally, Aldi is also offering two white ‘P’ and ‘E’ profile draught excluders which fit to the edges of your window.
The letters refer to the shape and size of the tape, ‘P’ is for gaps around 3-5mm while ‘E’ is for 2-3.5mm.
Each product is just £1.99 making it some of the cheapest options on the market.