KEVIN The Carrot appears in the Aldi Christmas advert and has captured the imagination of both old and young.
Here is everything you need to know about how you can still get your hands on a Kevin the carrot toy…
Who is Kevin The Carrot?
Kevin the Carrot is a cute animated character who first appeared in the Aldi Christmas advert in 2016.
In 2017 he was joined by his girlfriend Katie the Carrot.
The 2018 advert introduced Kevin and Katie’s children Chantenay, Baby Carrot and Jasper as well as the villain Pascal the Parsnip.
It’s Kevin’s job to free Katie and his kids from the evil Pascal who has them locked in a cage.
Are Kevin The Carrot toys on sale?
Kevin The Carrot plush toys went on sale at Aldi stores on November 22.
The standard Kevin toy retails at £3.99 with a giant version available for £19.99.
An Aldi spokesperson said: “We’re sorry that some customers were unable to buy this product. However, demand for these toys has been exceptionally high.
“To avoid any disappointment, this year we increased the range by adding new characters such as Pascal the Parsnip, as well as the amount of soft toys available in each store.
“We also limited purchases to two variants per customer so as many people as possible had the chance to buy these products.
“As with all our Specialbuys products, these are only available while stocks last.”
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Where can you still buy a Kevin the Carrot?
According to the Aldi website, Kevin the Carrot toys are only available in store.
It’s possible to still buy some Kevin the Carrot toys on eBay.
A giant plush version of Kevin which retails at £20 is going for over £100.
But bidding starts at £0.99 for small Kevin toys as well as Katie, their carrot babies and Pascal the Parsnip.
In 2017 some shoppers were selling their Kevin toys on the site for up to £1,000.
You can also purchase a Kevin the Carrot novelty gift mug and Christmas decorations.