Savvy shoppers are obsessed with Aldi’s Tipi bookcase dupe that’s £45 cheaper than the Very version

Savvy shoppers are obsessed with Aldi’s Tipi bookcase dupe that’s £45 cheaper than the Very version


THERE'S nothing we love more than a bargain and savvy shoppers have discovered a kids Tipi bookcase dupe that will save you some serious cash.

The original retails at £79 on Very, but eagle-eyed mums have managed to track down a near-identical version from Aldi for half the price.

If you're looking to kit out at your child's room with new furniture or are in need of extra storage, this shelving unit would make a great addition and is perfect for housing everything from books to toys.

One mum couldn't resist adding it to her basket and was even more chuffed with her purchase, after realising she managed to snap it up for a budget-friendly £34.99.

That made it almost half the price of the original, with the thrifty mum sharing her find on Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargaining UK.

She wrote: "Got this bookcase today from Aldi for £35. Really similar to the one selling on the Very website for £79!"

The cheaper Aldi version comes in two colours – with buyers able to choose from a wooden tip or the grey-painted tip, which has since sold out online.

As for the original version from Very,the shelving unit is pretty much the same except it comes with a green top section. It's part of a collection by Lloyd Pascal that also features a single-shelf Tipi unit and a bed with a Tipi headboard to match.

Fellow mums were quick to show their approval for the bargain find and hundreds commented on the post, hoping to snap one up for themselves.

One mum wrote: "Omg gorgeous ! I envy everyone who finds such bargains. I WANNA GO SHOPPINGGGGGG."

"Love the Aldi one," posted another.

"Oh they are so cute. If only I had somewhere to put one lol," said a third mum, while plenty more claimed the bookcase would be perfect for their "playroom" or "nursery".

Another confessed it had taken all of their self-control not to grab one for themselves, adding: "I had to stop myself buying it when I saw it in store on Friday last week."

Seems like it's almost too good a bargain to miss out on.

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