Aldi never disappoint when it comes to their special, one-off bargains, and the recent launch of their annual Christmas hamper is no exception!
The budget supermarket have recently announced the return of their wildly popular christmas hampers, explaining that they are available to pre-order a whopping 93 days before Christmas day itself.
The hampers, they say, have been inspired by Fornum & Mason’s classic alternatives. But unlike the popular London store, Aldi’s are certainly more purse-friendly, selling for betweeen £19.99 and £99.99.
So what do you get in the seven different luxury hampers?
This year, Aldi have also recently two brand new hampers, including one that’s ideal for when you fancy an evening of pampering.
First up, then, is the Pamper Hamper (£39.99), full of prosecco and truffles, but also including the supermarket’s ever popular Luxury Collection candle, and some of their most coveted skincare, such as the Hot Cloth Cleanser that many have compared to Liz Earle’s, and their Cleanse moisturiser.
Sounds like the perfect accompaniment to an evening unwinding to us!
The Christmas Favourites hamper – the other new addition to the line-up – is also most affordable of the lot, at £19.99. It comes full of nougat, florentine biscuits, and a bottle of Shiraz. Then, there’s the second most affordable Delights Hamper, which is alcohol-free, and come with crackers, chocolate, coffee, and a whole host of other goodies for just £24.99.
The similarly luxurious Treats Hamper is full of plenty of the same Christmas treats, but also includes a delicious bottle of red wine.
The most expensive of the lot is the Exquisite Hamper, the most decadant of the lot, and price at £99.99. It comes with premium wines, vintage champagne, and a huge selection of Aldi’s much-loved sweet treats and savoury goodies.
You can browse and pre-order all of the hampers HERE. Ordering now should guarantee your hampers arrives for the beginning of December, and Aldi advises ordering your favourite before 19th December for free Christmas delivery.
So which one will you be choosing?