This is only the second year that the supermarket is taking part in the event, however we still expect the budget retailer to have some amazing deals on offer.
Here’s what you need to know:
When is Black Friday?
Black Friday traditionally falls on the day after Thanksgiving, the American holiday that is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November every year.
In 2021, this means Black Friday will take place on Friday, 26 November, although the sales are likely to begin early and last into the following week, through to Cyber Monday.
What Aldi Black Friday deals to expect in 2021?
In 2020, Aldi had a range of offers on flagship items such as Apple Airpods, the Nintendo Switch lite and Lego toys as well as kitchen and fashion products.
The retailer has remained tight-lipped on the items that will be discounted this November, so far. However, keep an eye on this page as we will update it with all of the latest Aldi Black Friday 2021 deals and discounts as and when they launch.
In the meantime, you can find some great offers in Aldi’s Specialbuy and reduced Specialbuy sections.
The budget retailer also recently launched its own online home store, check the full collection below or have a look at Prima's favourites picks from Aldi's home range .
Best current Aldi deals
Aldi always has some excellent deals on offer with their Specialbuys promotions. Whether it's Jo Malone-esque candles or face cream to rival products ten times more expensive, we've found some of the most popular deals on offer at the budget supermarket right now.
Pomegranate Glass Candle, £3.49 Buy now
King Cotton Fitted Sheet, £7.99 Buy now
Workzone 99 Piece Tool Kit, £32.99 Buy now
Little Town Wooden Railway Set, £16.99 Buy now
Little Town Dump Truck Soft Toy, £7.99 Buy now
Lacura Original Hot Cloth Cleanser, £3.99 Buy now
Lacura Intensive Eye Cream 2 Pack, £7.98 Buy now
Heart LED Hanging Decoration, £8.99 Buy now
What is Black Friday ?
A few years ago, many of us hadn't even heard of Black Friday. The shopping event originated in the US and first came to the UK in 2010 - since then it's become the biggest day in the shopping calendar for bagging a bargain.
Hundreds of UK retailers now take part, typically reducing their prices in a flash sale for 24 hours – although many begin their offers in the days leading up to Black Friday, and keep their prices low over the weekend, so keep your eyes peeled for the best bargains.
And it's safe to say that we've embraced Black Friday in earnest, reportedly spending an incredible £8.6 billion on the day in 2019.
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