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'A much needed buy!' Aldi shoppers go wild for new bargain Specialbuy



Aldi’s Specialbuys go on sale every Thursday and Sunday with some items immediately selling out due to their popularity. The discount supermarket changes and updates its stock often, adding brand-new products to its range.

On its website, Aldi described the product, saying: “Make quick, easy and quality coffee at home with this Ambiano Stainless Steel Coffee to Go.

“This single cup coffee machine with thermos travel mug is ideal for those leading busy lives.

“With its one touch operation switch, all you have to do is press it and the coffee maker will serve up your morning brew in a matter of seconds.”

The discount supermarket added: “The 24 programme timer means that you can set it all up to be ready for you as you’re walking out the door.


“It’s suitable for both ground coffee and soft coffee pods.”

The machine is a single cup coffee maker and comes with a 450ml Thermos travel mug with a soft grip.

It also has a permanent filter and a one-touch operation switch.

The bargain product was launched by Aldi last week, appearing online on Thursday, October 8, and now available to buy in stores too.

Sophie Chidgey wrote: “How cool is this?”

Reviewing the product on the Aldi website, one shopper under the name VitaminP commented: “I was slightly apprehensive, given the low price, but decided to give it a shot. The machine itself is very light and feels a little cheap, but within two minutes you get a great cup of coffee. Way better than my French press.”

Another popular product re-launched by the discount retailer last week was the 230W Heated Airer.

Costing £39.99, the item is available to buy online and in stores.

The airer is heated to help customers dry their clothes quicker, making it perfect to use during the colder weeks and months ahead.


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