Aldi is selling Barbies for £2.99 and they are perfect for stocking fillers | The Sun

PARENTS have been raving about Aldi selling £2.99 Barbie dolls, which look perfect for Christmas. 

The supermarket is selling the popular toys in store and they could be ideal for stocking fillers. 

One mum took to the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK to show off her bargain find.

She wrote: “Barbie doll was reduced  for £2.99 in Aldi.”

The Aldi shopper picked up a tennis player Barbie, but said they also had teacher Barbies and nurse Barbies available.

They were also selling Barbies with pink or purple hair in their sale, which saw the dolls reduced from £6.99.

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Many people commented saying they were keen to snap them up next time they are in store.

One wrote: “have to keep an eye out.”

Another lamented: “they'll be gone by the time I go again.”

We recently shared how the first Barbie dolls with prosthetic legs and hearing aids have been launched, alongside a range of dolls with different body types.

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The new diverse dolls include a Ken doll with skin pigment condition vitiligo and a Barbie in a wheelchair.

Other new Kens will be shorter and less muscular.

The hearing aids have been designed in collaboration with audiologist Dr Jen Richardson.

Makers Mattel launched the inclusive Fashionista range in 2016.

Last year it made a doll in honour of Covid-19 vaccine scientist Prof Sarah Gilbert.

Barbie boss Lisa McKnight said: “Barbie wholeheartedly believes in the power of representation.”

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