Aldi customers face significant delays in accessing the retailer’s website as the popular hanging egg chair reboots

Those who try to browse the supermarket website will be contacted on Sunday April 4th April, greeted with a notification of waiting times of more than an hour

From 8 a.m. at 3 p.m., visitors were informed that 197000 people stood in line in front of them

The problems arise in the morning when some of Aldi’s most popular garden products were back on sale – including the Gardenline Hanging Egg Chair

Aldi announced earlier this year that the presidency would return, which resulted in huge queues on the website in January and now the chair has been replenished and the retailer is facing similar problems

Buyers have been given about an hour to wait to access the Aldi website this morning The stock for the egg chair was limited to one per customer

The chair’s egg basket is made of rattan, comes with dark gray cushions and is held in the air by a sturdy silver chain that hangs on a gray iron frame

The chair can also be detached from the chain so that it can easily be set up anywhere in the garden

Other products that are available in the range this weekend are the Kamado ceramic egg grill and a chic three-piece bistro set with a rattan effect

The Kamado Ceramic Egg Grill is £ 34,999, while the Bistro Set is on sale for £ 14999

Costing £ 34,999, the German retailer’s Whirlpool is a lot less than other versions on the market which can cost thousands

The hot tub is big enough for four adults, comes with two headrests and has 135 jets to create heated air bubbles that massage your whole body

In addition, the product includes a filter pump, a ground cloth, a carrying bag and an insulated cover to protect it from the rain

A note on the Aldi website now says: “Our egg chairs are now sold out. We’re sorry if you missed this time, but please try again soon More stocks will be added in the coming weeks

Aldi egg chair

World news – GB – Almost 200000 Aldi buyers are waiting for the SpecialBuy egg chair

Source: https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/whats-on/shopping/nearly-200000-adi-shoppers-queue-20318240