Aldi announced a strict rule will come into place this Christmas due to the return of a popular item.
According to MEN, it has confirmed the return of its highly-anticipated Kevin the Carrot stuffed toys, which feature in the supermarket's popular festive advert.
A short animated video shared across social media showed the stars of the ad working on a production line, producing the new plushies. The clip's caption read: "The plushie production is in full swing! Kevin and his Christmas Factory friends are available in store 16.11.23. #AldiAmazingChristmas".
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Fans can collect Kevin the Carrot, William Conker and friends including the Plumty Dumptys in stores from Thursday. But, as they're limited edition Specialbuy items, they'll be gone once they sell out.
Shoppers can choose their favourite stars or collect the whole range, with each plush toy priced at £3.99 each. They can even pick up a special Golden Kevin for just £3.99.
The Christmas advert stars have also been given the Squishee treatment, on sale for £6.99 each. Meanwhile, mega fans can go all out by bagging the Jumbo Kevin Plush for £19.99.
For those wanting to get crafty, Aldi's Character Kits, priced at £2.99, give fanatics the chance to knit their own Aldi mascot including the iconic Cuthbert.
Aldi has warned however that the plush toys will be limited to two per customer to allow as many people as possible the chance to take a Kevin home for Christmas. They aren't available to buy online and are being sold in-store only.
Responding to the plushie announcement on Facebook, one fan wrote: "I'll be at my store bright and early !!!". Another gushed: "So excited to get them on Thursday can't wait".
Another said of the store's festive ad: "Best Christmas advert this year" while a second said: "Love the new Christmas advert, well done Aldi. Best by far.."
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