Aldi's Christmas hampers are selling out fast... but there are still bargains to be had

We're made up about Aldi's Christmas hampers, filled with bundles of love and thoughtfulness (and taking the stress out of the search for us)

Aldi Christmas hamper
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Aldi's Christmas hampers cover all bases: they're the perfect gift for new parents, your best friend, your mother-in-law or for you (is it weird to treat yourself at Christmas to a gift hamper? No, we think not). 

So, if you're stuck for what to buy someone for Christmas, look no further. These hampers come bearing an assortment of gifts that everyone loves, from booze and chocolate to hot cloth cleaners and baby grows. There's something for everyone in the Aldi Christmas hampers (hence why they're selling out so quickly)! What's more, these classy wicker hampers are well worth the purchase, even without all of the wonderful gifts they hold; keep them as a storage solution or picnic companion!

If the idea of gifting a loved one a Christmas hamper tickles your fancy but you're not an Aldi fan (what?!), you need to check out our round up of the best Christmas hampers – there's everything from supermarket finds to mail order buys for last minute gifts.

1. The Exquisite Hamper daaarling, Was £89.99, Now £69.99

Aldi Exquisite Christmas hamper

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There are oodles of fun to be had, rummaging around in this exquisite Christmas hamper. We think one of these is the perfect gift, whether you're buying for a mother-in-law, friend or anyone you care about, because it says, classy sophistication and "it's Christmas, drink up"!! Packed out with seven products, enjoy luxury sweets (vintage pudding, florentines and a cake selection) and beverages, covering every base on the tipple front (white, red x2 and champers). These hampers are selling out super fast and at that price?? We reckon you'll need to get down asap to snatch up one of the last few!

The Exquisite Hamper, Was £89.99, Now £69.99 (opens in new tab)

2. The Pamper Hamper ooh la la, £39.99

Aldi pamper hamper christmas gift

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The Pamper Hamper does what it says on the tin and we are obsessed. Open up your cute little wicker hamper and get ready to indulge, big time. The Lacura hot cloth cleaner (compared to Liz Earle's hot cloth cleanser and shares most of the same ingredients), toner and moisturiser will take care of your skin and lighting the pomegranate candle will tempt you to sit back and relax. Once you're reclined nicely in your seat, pop open the prosecco and break into the delicious salted caramel truffles. Who needs a ladies' weekend away? Just nip down to your local Aldi and pop one of these gorgeous Pamper Hampers in your basket for your best gal pal's Christmas gift and you may find yourselves enjoying an at home spa experience in no time! 

The Pamper Hamper, £39.99 (opens in new tab)

3. Woodland Animal Baby Hamper, £39.99

Woodland animal baby hamper

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"Santa baby, my friend's having a baby and I don't know what to get her for Christmas?" Look no further, Aldi's Christmas hampers are not limited to booze and chocolates, there are also baby hampers stuffed with a load of goodies to treat little ones and their proud parents. This Woodland Animal Baby Hamper includes: Dreambaby corner cushions, to soften sharp corners and baby proof your home; a two pack of orthodontic dummies called Avocado Soothers; a first colours baby book; three fox printed bodysuits and sleeping suits; a soft, sloth print baby blanket, three muslin cloths and three dribble bibs, to minimise the inevitable mess. 

Woodland Animal Baby Hamper, £39.99 (opens in new tab)

Pssst, there's also a dinosaur themed Roar Baby Hamper, £39.99 (opens in new tab) and a Bunny Rabbit Baby Hamper, £39.99 (opens in new tab)

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Niamh is a freelance journalist and the Head of Content at Raft Furniture. She is obsessed with all things interior design, with a particular focus on sustainability and city-dweller style. The wooden floorboards and built-in bookcase in Niamh’s rented North London home occupy her daydreams between writing, and after work, she has a knack for finding cheap plane tickets.