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Lidl is selling the jumper from their Christmas advert for just £7.99

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people modelling the new lidl christmas jumper

It’s called fashion (Picture: Joe Pepler/PinPep)

Lidl is throwing their hat into the Christmas jumper ring with a bold offering straight from their 2020 Christmas ad.

For the first time, the retailer is selling festive jumpers with their logo front and centre, in a style you might recognise from their newly-dropped advert.

These bad boys are going on sale in Lidl stores from Thursday, 26 November.

The jumpers have the bright yellow circular Lidl logo on the chest and red and white stripes with different festive patterns on a blue polka dot background.

They come in a range of both men’s and women’s sizes, so you’re even more likely to find one that suits you.

At just £7.99, they’re sure to sell fast.

people modelling the new lidl christmas jumper

This all could be yours… (Picture: Joe Pepler/PinPep)

people modelling the new lidl christmas jumper

…For just £7.99 a pop (Picture: Joe Pepler/PinPep)

If these branded Christmas jumpers have caught your eye, then you’ll probably have to move fast because they’re only being sold while stocks last.

If the Lidl logo isn’t really your style, never fear, because the retailer is selling a wider range of jumpers this festive season too.

Other designs will include reindeer prints, ‘cheeky’ phrases, more traditional prints and designs for children.

These Christmas jumpers will also be going on sale from 26 November.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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