Aldi's new pizza ovens are a real game-changer for summer and £500 cheaper than similar models

Aldi's new pizza ovens are way more affordable than similar models on the high street and better still—they're now 10% off!

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Aldi's new pizza ovens are here and fans cannot get over how affordable they are, compared to similar models on the market. At less than half the price of similar high street models, you can have your very own slice of Italy's most beloved food and make your garden parties the talk of the town.

Specialbuys like the legendary Aldi egg chair always sell like hotcakes but the German supermarket's latest viral buy is their must-have pizza oven. 

During a time when everyone is trying to figure out how to budget, takeaway pizzas are most definitely taking a back seat. However, for true pizza lovers thinking about making a long-term investment, the Gardenline Gas Pizza Oven is the one for you. At only £199.99, you really knead this machine.

The pizza oven, which is only available to buy online, has a sleek and stylish black steel design. As the oven is powered by gas, there's no need to worry about stocking up on logs to fire it up.

It's got a high-grade pizza stone and comes on wheels, meaning you can try it out in every different sunspot your garden has! More importantly, you can store it safely when the inevitable rainy summer days arrive.

Of course, you'll need to stock up on all the tastiest ingredients for your brand spanking new gadget, and luckily you can pick up everything you need in-store at your nearest Aldi. Pizza lovers will need to be quick though, as with all Specialbuys, once they’re gone they’re gone.

Aldi's Specialbuys have gained cult status throughout the years, with the supermarket chain being famed for the utterly random collection of items in its middle aisles. Their genius Twitter account often makes fun of this fact, and how easy it is to go in for a bottle of milk and leave with something you never knew you needed.

One tweet sums it up perfectly, "Then payday did come and with our bellies still full, We jumped in the car and into Aldi we pulled. For we needed to re-stock with all the food they have there, But somehow we left with a Kayak, Greenhouse, and Egg Chair."

Aoife Hanna
Junior News Editor

Aoife is Junior News Editor at woman&home.

She's an Irish journalist and writer with a background in creative writing, comedy, and TV production.

Formerly Aoife was a contributing writer at Bustle and her words can be found in the Metro, Huffpost, Delicious, Imperica, EVOKE and her poetry features in the Queer Life, Queer Love anthology.

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