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Aldi continues licensed push with character nightwear

Batman, Wonder Woman and Harry Potter among brand featured at retailer.

Aldi is continuing to build up its presence in the licensed space, revealing a number of new character nightwear lines, as well as Disney publishing lines to keep children entertained for half-term.

The value retailer has jumped on the ‘staying in is the new going out’ trend, pitching the character nightwear in with its Valentine’s collection.

Taz, Batman and Marvel Avengers designs are available for men, while Wonder Woman and Harry Potter are the choices for women.

Meanwhile, the retailer is also looking ahead to the school half-term break, with a collection of Disney 1,001 Stickers and Colouring Books. The titles include characters and brands such as Moana, Avengers, Frozen and The Incredibles.

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