With the Christmas countdown in full swing, we're already planning ahead for the big day. Whether that's thinking about the sort of advent calendar we want, how we're going to set the table or where we're going to order our food from, nothing compares to the excitement that comes with festive prep.
But if there's one question we've already found ourselves asking, it's where should we buy our Christmas turkey from?
Well, you best believe that there's one budget supermarket that's already released part of its turkey range and shoppers have been going mad for it!
Yep, Aldi's frozen turkeys are in store from TODAY.
When do Aldi's turkeys go on sale?
Aldi's British Frozen Turkey range is available from 11 October, with everything from large turkey crowns to small whole turkeys on offer.
Throughout the lead up to December, Aldi will be dropping the rest of its Christmas range in stores available for shoppers to snap up in preparation for the big day. So, keep your eyes peeled! It's already been reported that families are stocking up on £2,000 worth of festive food, according to the Evening Standard.
Can I order a turkey from Aldi?
No, Aldi doesn't provide a food-to-order serve. But that's not to say they're not stocked up in-store!
Does Aldi sell fresh turkeys as well as frozen?
Yep! As well as a variety of frozen turkeys, Aldi also sell fresh turkeys. Last year's offering suggests we'll see everything from fresh turkey crowns to whole turkeys on offer in-store.
How much are we talking?
Ranging in price, Aldi's turkeys generally cost anywhere from £2.89 per kg upwards. Here's what on offer so far in the supermarket's frozen range.
Large British Turkey Crown; £14.49 (2.4-2.8kg)
Small British Turkey Crown; £11.49 (1.5–1.9kg)
Large Whole British Turkey; £17.49 (5.4-7.2g)
Small Whole British Turkey; £11.49, (2.8-4.0g)
Last year, the supermarket was even voted the cheapest for turkeys.