The budget supermarket chain are spreading the festive cheer by slashing prices on some of its award-winning bottles of booze - including on prosecco.
You can now get an entire Costellore Prosecco Magnum (for those of you not booze-fluent, a Magnum is 1.5 litres of fizz, while a standard bottle only holds 750 ml) for the fizztastic price of just £9.99 - £4 cheaper than its initial retail price.
That's the equivalent of two regular sized bottles of prosecco without breaking a £10 note. Impressive.
However, if a Magnum is a touch too much booze for your socially-distanced big day, you can also get a more reasonably-sized bottle of the highly popular Costellore Prosecco Spumante DOC. Well-loved for its citrus fruit and floral notes, the tipple has had its price dropped to just £4.99.
If you only prefer the top-drawer stuff, then you're in luck - Aldi is also doing deals of its bottles of champagne. The fruity Nicolas De Montbart Champagne, perfect for your breakfast Bucks Fizz, is now available for just £9.95, down from £10.99 earlier this year.
But if you're not fond of fizz in any form, fear not: Aldi is also doing deals on its spirits too, with their Greyson's London Dry Gin and Tamova Vodka litre bottles being reduced to £12.99.
In other Aldi news, the supermarket has upped its game when it comes to its Christmas offerings.
Aside from its adorable Kevin The Carrot toy-range (based on the hit Christmas advert) and its delectable Ferrero Rocher-inspired dome cake, Aldi has really outdone itself with its two-metre long pig in blanket.
Described by Aldi as a "stunning 2-metre long centrepiece made with impeccably seasoned British pork and bacon" the delicious sausage is priced at £4.99 and is perfect for sharing (or scoffing all to yourself).
'Tis the season to be jolly - and what could make you happier than that?
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