Customers might save £350 if they buy chaise longues from ‘Luxury Aldi.’

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Customers might save £350 if they buy chaise longues from ‘Luxury Aldi.’

Aldi is recognized for its Specialbuys, which include a wide variety of things such as furniture and DIY. The shop has debuted a stunning new chaise longue in its latest collection.

Aldi’s Specialbuys are available every Thursday and Sunday at a discounted price. The retailer’s recent products have been highly popular, including a hanging egg chair that sold out in minutes. Aldi has now released a “luxurious” chaise longue as part of its current launch.

The chaise longue is offered in two luxurious colors and is made of soft, fluffy velvet.

Customers can choose between blue or grey, with gold metallic tipped legs.

When compared to identical products from other stores, buyers could save up to 70%, according to the merchant.

The velvet chaise couch from Made.com costs £499, while the one from Dunelm costs £199.

This corresponds to about £350 in savings.

The chair will be available for purchase on Aldi’s website starting August 8.

The chaise longue is only available online and cannot be purchased in a store.

One consumer commented on Facebook about the new introduction, saying, “Very luxurious Aldi.”

“I’ve always wanted one of these, but they’ve always been too expensive,” said another.

“These look like such good quality; I’m hoping they’re as good as their old scallop chairs,” a third said.

“I hope there isn’t a terribly long line for one of these,” added a fourth shopper.

Aldi’s metal frame armchairs are presently on sale for £129.99 online for anyone shopping for an armchair.

The velvet armchair is complemented by brushed gold-effect legs and frame.

Customers can choose from pink or green, and both styles are still available on Aldi’s website – click here to shop.

It’s an online-only item, like a lot of Aldi’s Specialbuys, and it’s not available in stores.

In other news, Aldi is the latest retailer to take additional steps to limit its use of plastic.

Instead of the plastic equivalent that is now used on most packaging, the discounter is testing a novel sandwich box made from recyclable cardboard with paper-lined film.

The new packaging has no effect on shelf life and will be tested on two sandwich products in a variety of stores starting next month.

Aldi estimates that each year it will remove 23.8 million pieces of plastic and 29.8 tonnes of single-use plastic.

Aldi UK’s Plastics and Packaging Director, Richard Gorman, said: “We’re looking.” Brinkwire Summary News

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