ALDI is selling a range of bedding that features cooling technology, perfect for hot summer nights.
The double duvet set from Aldi costs £18.99 and is available in-store from today.
You’ll have to be quick because it has already sold out online.
The cooling bedding, which includes a duvet cover and two pillow cases, is made from a combination of cotton and tencel, with a 200 thread count.
It’s designed to give you a more comfortable sleep, especially when the nights get hotter in the coming months.
The double-size set is available is four different colours and patterns, including teal, grey, blue dots, and grey dots.
It’s all machine washable to you’ll be able to use the sets all summer long to keep cool while you drift off.
At Next you can pick up cooling bedding from £25 which also features the tencel cooling materials.
The £25 set is only £6 more than Aldi’s latest arrival, but the cheap price is only for a single-size set, while a double set will cost another £10 at £35 making it £16 more expensive than Aldi’s match.
In Aldi’s new range, you’ll also be able to pick up a king-size cooling duvet set in-store from June 3 for £23, but three of the colour-ways have been delayed online for now.
That’s the same for the super king-size sets which will cost £27 when they come available, you can preorder the blue dots design right now along with the range but there’s under 10 left at the moment so you’ll have to be quick.
Aldi is also launching cooling double fitted sheets at the same time for £10, and you can preorder a cooling pillowcase pair on its own for £4 right now too.
You can buy a two pack of comfortably cool pillowcases from M&S for £16 which makes Aldi’s new additions £12 cheaper.
If you are ordering a set online you’ll have to factor in the extra £2.95 that delivery charges start from and it won’t be dispatched until June 3, plus it’ll take another three to five days to arrive to your door after that.
You can use Aldi’s store finder to locate your closest if you’re heading out in search of the sets too, to try and save on the delivery costs, but stock is subject to availability.
The cooling sets will likely sell-out fast especially as the UK is set to see highs of 25C and 26C this week, but you can always call ahead to your local Aldi to save any disappointment.
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Check out our guide to Aldi’s opening hours to make sure you don’t miss the new stock’s launch on Thursday.
In the meantime, B&M has brought back its £5 cooling mats for pooches and pets just in time for summer too.
Plus Aldi is selling mini dog sunloungers also designed to keep furry friends cool as the weather heats up.