Kids' dressing up costumes, ideal for World Book Day, £4.99 in Aldi.
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Kids' dressing up costumes, ideal for World Book Day, £4.99 in Aldi.

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Found 21st Feb
Dressing up costumes, ideal for World Book Day on 1st March, just £4.99!
There are 5 different costumes available: dragon, knight, pirate, Little Red Riding Hood and mermaid. Those which are still in stock online are delivered free. The others may still be available in store.

Hope this helps someone.

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Original Poster
Sorry if the link doesn't go to the right page. If you type "fancy dress" into the search bar on Aldi's website all 5 costumes come up.
Nice find. Heat added
How long have these been available in store, to gauge likelihood of still being in stock?
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monkeyhanger7511 m ago

How long have these been available in store, to gauge likelihood of still …How long have these been available in store, to gauge likelihood of still being in stock?


They were available from 15th February I think. Three of the five are still in stock online with free home delivery.
Edited by: "fei0131" 21st Feb
Great deal for the kids! Many thanks!
Why don’t people sit down and make a costume with their children? It’s such a great fun to do that rather than buying premadecostumes
Edited by: "ohdearohdear" 21st Feb
World 'dress up in a shop bought princess or super hero costume because mum n dad can't be bothered to either read with me or make a costume' Day.
I don't think parents know the full meaning of World Book Day, more the who dresses the best and shops using the opportunity to rub their hands.

My daughter is 4, a girl in her class is going as Matilda, I imagine she has watched the film but too young to read the book??

I thought it is to dress as their favourite character, that being age appropriate. My daughter last year went as a pig and took in her book of 3 little pigs (age appropriate at 3 years old), this year red riding hood, again a character from a book that she has a book of and relate to.
I thought it was a where Is wally (waldo) costume
eld198512 h, 30 m ago

I don't think parents know the full meaning of World Book Day, more the …I don't think parents know the full meaning of World Book Day, more the who dresses the best and shops using the opportunity to rub their hands.My daughter is 4, a girl in her class is going as Matilda, I imagine she has watched the film but too young to read the book??I thought it is to dress as their favourite character, that being age appropriate. My daughter last year went as a pig and took in her book of 3 little pigs (age appropriate at 3 years old), this year red riding hood, again a character from a book that she has a book of and relate to.


Agree...my little dressed up as gingerbread man last time and this time he ll b supertato. He is 4
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