ALDI is selling a Bonfire Night version of its cut-price Champagne – but it’s more expensive than normal.
Its sell-out Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut NV normally sells for £11.99 but Aldi is launching a version with a colourful firework design on the packaging for £1 more.
The budget supermarket is launching the £12.99 bottles to celebrate Bonfire Night, which falls on Monday, November 5.
The limited-edition bottles will go on sale online and in stores from Sunday, October 28 and will only be available while stocks last so you’ll have to be quick if you want one.
But they are £1 more expensive than a bottle without the flashy packaging.
If you’re speedy, you can currently pick up a bottle for £11.49 – £1.51 less than the special edition versions – but the fizz is sold out online at the moment.
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Aldi’s Veuve Monsigny Champagne has won multiple awards for its taste, including a Silver Outstanding medal at the prestigious International Wine and Spirits Competition this year.
Aldi’s mistress of wine, Sam Caporn, said: “It has won countless awards and this striking new design is perfect for putting some sparkle into any celebration.”
Aldi has said that one in every 12 bottles of Champagne sold in the UK now comes from the budget supermarket.
Yesterday, we revealed that Londoners can now get Aldi delivered to their doors – but there’s a £6 delivery charge.
Meanwhile the budget supermarket is selling a giant unicorn toy that’s cheaper than Asda’s at £13.
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