LIDL has brought back its school uniform package so you can once again kit your kids out for just £4.50.
The set will roll out in stores this Thursday – July 11 – but it’ll only be available as long as stocks last.
Last year, the discounter upped the prices of its bundle from £3.75 to £4.50 – an increase of 75p.
The budget-friendly bundle at Lidl consists of a two-pack of polo shirts (£1.75), one sweatshirt (£1) and either a pair or trousers, shorts or a skirt (£1.75) – the same price as Aldi.
It covers all kids from four-years-old to 12, compared to its rival’s version which is suitable for children between three and 11.
Of course, if your children don’t need a whole new set then you can pick up the items individually too.
Lidl will also sell leather school shoes for boys and girls for £6.99, a pinafore for £2.99 and a cardigan in black, green and red for £3.49.
You’ll need to be quick though, as the items are only available as long as stocks last and we expect them to go fast.
Lidl has more than 760 stores across the UK. You can find your nearest one using its store finder tool.
If you miss the boat, Aldi’s school uniform set is already available to pre-order online, and it’ll land in stores this Thursday too.
Last July, Asda launched a school uniform shop where a bundle would set you back £7.50.
While parents would have to fork out a higher £10.50 at Tesco.
More on money
Supermarket school uniforms are the same quality as high-street alternatives but are three times CHEAPER, a test found last month.
Some families can also get up to £150 towards school uniform costs for their children – find out if you qualify.
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