Aldi’s Christmas hamper range for 2022 has officially landed and it’s 50% cheaper than Fortnum & Mason’s, here’s everything you need to know.
Wait until you see what treats are inside…
October hasn’t even hit yet, but nevertheless, Christmas launches including advent calendars, baubles and TV specials are coming in thick and fast and we’re loving every moment, especially as Aldi announces the return of its Christmas hamper range.
Purse friendly and packed to the brim with decadent, delicious (and in some cases award-winning) festive treats Aldi’s collections start from just £49.99.
Costing 50% less than Fortnum & Masons luxury hamper collection, these festive hampers will be available to buy online from Monday 26th September, but you better be off your mark as these are set to sell out quicker than last year’s collection.
This isn’t the first of Aldi’s Christmas announcements as the UK retailer also launches its brand new Ballycastle range which you can see here.
Below you can get a low-down on all of Aldi Christmas Hamper 2022 collections.
The Afternoon Treats Hamper – £49.99 BUY HERE
This includes Specially Selected tea, coffee, jam and marmalade, as well delicious chocolate treats, shortbread biscuits, stollen bites and mini panettone.
The Luxury Collection Hamper – £74.99 BUY HERE
Holding 14 premium treats – including the Moser Roth Boozy Truffles, Specially Selected Florentines and wine lover favourites including the Specially Selected Chilean Sauvignon Blanc and Specially Selected Merlot Reserva.
The Christmas Feast Hamper – £99.99 BUY HERE
A whopping £100 cheaper than Fortnum & Mason’s Classic Christmas Hamper. This hamper boasts festive crisps, crackers and chutney along with a rich selection of sweets and treats.
The Ultimate Decadence Hamper – £174.99 BUY HERE
This tree-mendous hamper is Aldi’s most extravagant hamper to date and is filled to the brim with 35 items!
If you’re really looking to spoil friends, family or even yourself this Christmas, Aldi’s Christmas Hampers are a perfect way to do so, our only criticism, once again, we really did want to see a dedicated Kevin the Carrot Christmas hamper….maybe next year?