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SHOPPERS are going wild for one of Aldi's new items – and it could keep you warm in the winter months.
The German supermarket giant is selling an all-in-one wearable sleeping bag.
The cosy cover is available in small, medium and large and will set you back £39.99.
It's only available to buy online – you won't find this Specialbuy in Aldi stores.
Standard delivery costs £2.95 on top when buying from the Supermarket's website, so don't forget to budget for this too.
The sleeping bag has been so popular that stocks have sold out, so you'll have to wait and check the website at a later date to see if you can get hold of one.
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We've asked Aldi when it will be back in stock again and will update when we hear back.
But Aldi is also selling even cheaper sleeping bags for £14.99 and in two more common styles – envelope and mummy.
We also spotted Amazon is selling this wearable sleeping bag for £49.99 – just a tenner more than Aldis.
Online shoppers have taken to Facebook and are all talking about one thing – that it's a good way to save on bills this winter.
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One user said: "Need one for working at home through the winter when we daren't put heating on."
Another conceded: "We’ll all need one for the winter with the price of gas and electric this winter."
And one user simply said: "Will be great when we can't afford to have the heating on."
It comes as the cost of living crisis sees households across the UK squeezed, with energy bills set to rise further this winter.
Martin Lewis warned yesterday energy bills could rise by another £1,000 a year.
The latest estimates are higher than previously believed. Last month, Ofgem said it expected the next price cap review to push energy bills up to £2,800 a year.
But Cornwall Insight now predicts bills of around £2,980.63 from October to December.
In April, Martin also issued advice to vulnerable households to "heat the human not the home".
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This means wearing more clothes as opposed putting your heating on.
The money saving expert also told people to keep their feet warm, eat regular meals and buy gadgets such as electric blankets and hot water bottles.
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