ALDI has revealed the exact date when shoppers can buy Kevin the carrot merch later this month.
And now Aldi has confirmed exactly when the nation’s most recognisable carrot will hit stores – albeit in soft toy form.
But shoppers will need to be quick after the firm confirmed that “once they’re gone, they’re gone.”
Shoppers will be able to purchase the Kevin the carrot in soft toy form in-store and online from Thursday, November 17.
And shoppers will be excited to hear they can also buy plush versions of the new stars of the latest Aldi Christmas advert.
This year’s Aldi Christmas advert sees Kevin reunited with his family – Katie, Jasper, Chantenay and Baby after he misses his plane.
And now shoppers can ensure the family sticks together by picking up the limited-edition plush toys at just £3.99 for Kevin or Katie, and £3.99 for Jasper, Chantenay and Baby, the full collection of carrot kids.
The entire carrot family, Kevin, Katie and the kids are also available as in plumper and softer form as Squishees costing £6.99 each.
Aldi’s range of football-themed plushes, as seen in Aldi’s Christmas ad will also go on sale.
Featuring some new faces, fans of the ad can bring it home with MmmBap, Marrowdonna, Roy Bean, Ronaldi and Messy, all available in plush form £3.99 each.
Mouse and Tortoise can also be bagged for £3.99 in-store plus a £2.99 tress plush.
Customers looking to bag the plush toys in a bundle can do so online.
Shoppers can bag Katie and her three carrot children for £7.95.
Kevin and his buddies Mouse and Tortoise can be bagged in a bundle costing £11.95.
And those wanting all five football-themes soft toys can bag a bundle for £15.95.
Aldi’s Kevin the carrot toy collection last returned to stores to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
The soft toys are based on characters from Aldi’s 2021 Christmas advert, which was a Dickensian-style take on A Christmas Carol.
The advert was a massive hit with Aldi fans, some of whom queued for hours to grab the toys when they first hit stores.
Some even bulk-bought the characters and took to eBay to flog them for much higher than they nabbed them for.