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britain's cheapest school uniform for just
Aldi launches britain's cheapest school uniform with two polo shirts, a sweater and skirt or trousers for just 4supermarket aldi has now launched its specialbuy back to school rangeoffers two polo shirts, a sweater and bottoms for bargain price of 4sainsbury's sell package for 7.33, Tesco 6.75 and Asda 7.50
Range, launched at the end of the month, available for four to 11 year oldsstore will also sell cardigans, jackets and shirts all for low pricesthe german discount retailer has unveiled its new back to school range, which it says is the country's cheapest.Parents can http://www.netadwise.com/?p=4175
pick up an entire uniform for just 4.
The move could start a back to school price war before the summer holidays have even begun.The range goes on sale next thursday, july 24, and is expected to fly out of http://www.thewalkerfamilyband.com/?p=5320
Trousers and skirts cost 1.50 each, a sweater or polo shirt is just 1.25 and shirts and blouses wil go for 1.25.
The range also extends to pe kits, padded coats, shoes, and even 6.95 football boots.
The price tags dramatically undercut the major supermarkets, tesco, asda and sainsbury's, which have prided themselves as champions of cost conscious parents.
They have won big sales by beating mainstream clothing retailers of school uniforms, such as marks spencer and http://www.msu.edu.com/lot-michael-kors-accessories-jewelry-of-men-wearing/
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uniform said to range from 156 for primary schools to 285 for secondary schools in some areas, the supermarket offerings have been extraordinarily popular with parents.