Aldi's cooling bedding range is back in stores this weekend - we're snapping up the cooling pillowcases for £4

The sunny weather is edging closer, so it's best to be prepared

Yellow bedroom with Aldi cooling bedding
(Image credit: Aldi)

Back in the heatwave of 2022 we were rushing to Aldi to snap up the Aldi cooling bedding range. This year, the mercury might not be soaring as high (yet) but we're stocking up on the £4 cooling pillowcases and duvets landing in stores this weekend in preparation.

If you're already a hot sleeper then a cooling mattress topper or investing in cooling bedding is a good idea ahead of summer. However, temperatures don't have to soar upwards of 30 degrees outside to disrupt your sleep. The ideal temperature for sleep is 18 to 20 degrees, so even an average British summer evening can push you over this.

Aldi cooling bedding

If you think stocking up might be jinxing the warmer summer weather, you don't need record soaring temperatures for Aldi's affordable cooling bedding to help you sleep better. The Aldi cooling bedding includes duvets, fitted sheets and pillowcases, so all bases are covered to keep you sleeping easily over the summer.

Aldi cooling bedding on pink background

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The Aldi Slumberdown Summer Fresh Duvet 4.5 Tog Duvet starts at an incredible £9.99 for a double going up to £12.99 for a king. A staggering saving when you compare it to the Silentnight Summer Fresh 4.5 Tog Duvet priced at £45 for a double.

The Aldi Double Cooling Fitted Sheet is £7.99 for a double bed and £9.99 for a king-size bed. You can also try the pillowcases on their own or alongside the bedding. The Pillowcase Pair with Cooling Technology costs £3.49. Overall Aldi has made the range even cheaper than it was in 2022.

Aldi cooling bedding on pink background

(Image credit: Aldi)

So, how does the Aldi cooling bedding work? The whole range is made from a fabric blend of 70% cotton and 30% Tencel. Tencel fibres support the body’s natural thermal regulating mechanism, helping to keep you cool.

This material isn't prone to excessive wrinkling, so you may find that these sheets don't need as much ironing as 100% cotton or linen sheets. The bedding comes traditional white, grey and pink.

We think crisp white bedding is always a winner, as it will go with any other colours in the room, and adds a luxurious hotel-bed feel.

Unfortunately, Aldi homeware is no only available to purchase in stores so you might have to do some hunting around to find the cooling bedding range. It should be in the Specialbuy aisle at most large Aldi stores, but remember once it's gone, it's gone (until next year that is).

Alternative cooling bedding

If you don't have an Aldi near you consider trying one of these cooling bedding options instead:

Millie Hurst
Senior Content Editor

Millie Hurst was Senior Content Editor at Ideal Home from 2020-2022, and is now Section Editor at Homes & Gardens. Before stepping into the world of interiors, she worked as a Senior SEO Editor for News UK in both London and New York. You can usually find her looking up trending terms and finding real-life budget makeovers our readers love. Millie came up with the website's daily dupes article which gives readers ways to curate a stylish home for less.