Aldi’s hugely popular sell-out $3.99 Christmas Special Buy returns to stores – but you’ll have to be quick
- Aldi fans are delighted to hear the Special Buy jumbo wrapping paper is back
- The $3.99 wrapping paper is due to return to Australian Aldi stores this month
- The product is a festive favourite due to it’s low price, high quality and huge size
- It’s 20 metres long and has been used as festive wallpaper as well as gift wrap
Aldi has brought back it’s wildly popular $3.99 jumbo wrapping paper in the run up to Christmas.
The 20 metre cult favourite Special Buy will be back in store this month, with a wider selection of designs than before.
Fans of the highly coveted product rave about it’s enormous size, low price and high quality feel.
Fans are delighted to hear Aldi’s cult favourite $3.99 festive wrapping paper is returning to Australian stores this month
Shoppers have been raving about the product for years due to its size, strength and price. A wider range of colours and designs is due to be released
‘After months of planning, we are incredibly excited to bring our Christmas seasonal and Special Buy ranges to our shelves and middle aisle in the lead up to Christmas,’ an Aldi spokesperson told FEMAIL.
‘One popular product making a return to the middle aisle is our Jumbo 20m Wrap, priced at just $3.99.’
Fans have been raving about the wallpaper for years.
One busy mum wrapped this mountain of presents using only four rolls of the cheap wrapping paper
‘How good are the Aldi jumbo rolls of wrapping paper? Thicker than I was expecting for the price,’ one mum said.
‘Normally big rolls like that are so thin and flimsy,’ another mum agreed.
One mum wrapped hundreds of presents using only four rolls, for a total of $15.96.
’80 metres down, few more to go. Thanks Aldi for your cheap big rolls,’ she said.
This mum used the rolls to give a festive look to a room she was refurbishing. She said the cheap decorations gave the family great ‘joy’
Aussie’s were eager for the announcement, taking to Facebook to ask when the product would be released.
‘Just wondering if anyone has seen any of the 20m Christmas wrapping paper on the shelves yet? I wrapped a room last Christmas and the big rolls were very handy! Hopefully they are, it’s a every Christmas item,’ another said.
The mum explained she ‘sticky taped the wrapping paper to the wall’ to make a festive wallpaper.
‘Far from perfect but it gave us joy,’ she said.