THE summer holidays may be here but if you’re already planning for the next school term take note as Aldi is bringing back its popular uniform bundle.
The supermarket is relaunching its popular deal, which sees parents able get their hands on five items of clothing for just £4.50.
Included in the bundle, suitable for ages three to 11, is two polo shirts, one round neck jumper, and either trousers or a skirt.
Mums can get their hands on the uniform pieces next month, just in time for the new school term.
Aldi launched the same offer last year – for the same price – which was quickly snapped up.
Parents can pre-order online from August 9, and the clothes will be available in-store four days later.
Clothes in the bundle will also be available to buy separately, and other items include a PR kit, shoes and shirts.
Julie Ashfield, Managing Director for Corporate Buying at Aldi, said: “The beginning of the school year can be financially demanding at the best of times and this year is going to be tougher than usual for many.
“That’s why we’ve been busy exploring how we can help support families as the new school year draws closer, by offering parents the best quality products at the lowest possible price.”
This year’s range is made from recycled plastic bottles after Aldi partnered up with the Cotton Made In Africa initiative, which aims to improve living and working conditions for farmers and their families.
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