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Aldi’s £30 copycat Sleepyhead is £100 cheaper than the designer one


ALDI is selling a copycat Sleepyhead sleeping pod for babies for £100 less than the designer version.

The Clevamama White Snuggle Nest is part of the discounter’s new baby and toddler range and costs £29.99.

Aldi's sleeping aid hits supermarket shelves tomorrow

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Aldi’s sleeping aid hits supermarket shelves tomorrow

It’s similar to designer versions, including the Sleepyhead Deluxe Plus and the DockATot Deluxe, both of which would set you back £130 from BuggyBaby.co.uk.

The bargain product may prove to be a life saver for parents looking to hold onto some cash when kitting out their new baby.

Aldi says its Snuggle Nest is lightweight and portable so it can easily be carried around the house.

It’s machine washable and is made from “ClevaFoam”, which is proven to support and protect your baby’s growing body.

The Aldi sleeping pods are similar to the designer Sleepyhead Deluxe one but £100 cheaper

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The Aldi sleeping pods are similar to the designer Sleepyhead Deluxe one but £100 cheaper

The material is hypo-allergenic and the cover is removable so it can be washed separately.

However, unlike the Sleepyhead deluxe, Aldi’s baby sleeping pod is only suitable for children aged between 0 and six months.

The designer version will last you longer as it is suitable for babies up to the age of eight-months-old.

Despite this, the supermarket sleeping pod is slightly bigger than the Sleepyhead one, at 87cm long and 52cm wide compared to 45cm wide and 85cm long.

Of course, it’s worth noting that while there are some similarities between the products, you may be compromising on quality with the cheaper version.

How to compare prices to get the best deal

JUST because something is on offer, or is part of a sale, it doesn’t mean it’s always a good deal.

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There are plenty of comparison websites out there that’ll check prices for you – so don’t be left paying more than you have to.

Most of them work by comparing the prices across hundreds of retailers.

Here are some that we recommend:

  • Google Shopping is a tool that lets users search for and compare prices for products across the web. Simply type in keywords, or a product number, to bring up search results.
  • Price Spy logs the history of how much something costs from over 3,000 different retailers, including Argos, Amazon, eBay and the supermarkets. Once you select an individual product you can quickly compare which stores have the best price and which have it in stock.
  • Idealo is another website that lets you compare prices between retailers. All shoppers need to do is search for the item they need and the website will rank them from the cheapest to the most expensive one.
  • CamelCamelCamel only works on goods being sold on Amazon. To use it, type in the URL of the product you want to check the price of.

The discounter is stocking the sleeping aid as a Special Buy, which means the number available is limited and will only be around for as long as stocks last.

They won’t be hitting supermarket shelves until tomorrow, February 18, but you can pre-order yours online today.

If you prefer to reserve yours online, you’ll need to take into account the delivery fees which will eat into your savings.

Aldi charges £2.95 for orders under £30, otherwise it’s free. Meanwhile, named day delivery and Saturday guaranteed delivery will cost you £3.95.

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Alternatively, you can head to your nearest Aldi store on your next essential supermarket shop. You’ll find your local opening hours using the locator tool.

Aldi’s long-awaited baby and toddler event was originally planned for January but was pushed back due to the third national Covid lockdown.

The products were advertised for sale on 14 January but Aldi has since apologised to customers.

Aldi isn’t the only retailer to launch a baby sale. Asda has discounts on baby items including Tommee Tippee.

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