Aldi’s sell out hanging egg chair is BACK – and cheaper than Daals and John Lewis

ALDI’S popular sell-out hanging chair is back and it’s only £189.99.

The chair costs a fraction of the price of almost identical chairs – make the must-have garden feature a bargain.

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The swinging chair has been a huge success with shoppers and has frequently sold out when it has appeared as an Aldi specialbuy.

So if you're eyeing one up, you'll want to be quick in case it doesn't hang around for long.

The chair is made from wicker material and the 100% polyester cushions are included in the price.

It weighs approximately 24kg but the pack weight is a hefty 28kg – so take that into account if you're planning to pick it up yourself.

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The chair is available in-store and online. You can also use the online tool to find your nearest store to check whether it’s available in your local Aldi store.

Shoppers should keep in mind when ordering this item that they’ll be restricted to one item only.

Delivery costs £9.95 and takes two to seven working days from the order date.

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Of course, if you're making a big purchase like this, it's worth shopping around to see if you can get a better deal.

But when we checked, we saw similar items with much bigger price tag.

Daals has an egg chair costing £329.99 while John Lewis’s will set you back £429.

You might consider a different bit of garden furniture instead. B&M slashed the price of its popular rattan garden furniture set last month.

Elsewhere, Morrisons has made a big change to its click and collectservice which will please their shoppers.

And we spoke to Aldi’s wine expert, who reveals five little known ways to spot a bargain bottle.

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