ALDI shoppers are rushing to buy a kitchen gadget that makes DIY Starbucks iced coffees.
The supermarket giant is known for its great deals and discounts.
And shoppers have found an iced coffee maker that is going for just £12.99, down from £19.99.
One customer posted her find in Facebook's Extreme Couponing & Bargains page and others took to the comments to share their excitement.
One wrote: "Oooh I hope they have them in on Tuesday."
While another tagged her friend and said: "Could have vanilla ice lattes all day every day then."
What's more, iced coffee fans could save £95 a month by getting this machine.
A Starbucks medium iced Americano will cost you around £3.55 depending on where you buy it, that's £24.85 a week and £99.40 a month.
But a packet of Starbucks ground coffee will set you back just £4.40 from Sainsbury's (at the time of writing).
A 200g bag of ground coffee could last you up to a month so you'd be saving £995 by making yourself a DIY iced coffee.
Do factor in the cost of the machine and what coffee you use.
Price will vary from store to store, how much you use and what type of coffee it is.
At the time of writing, we couldn't see the item online so it's worth checking at your local Aldi.
You can find your nearest one by using the store locator on its website.
Do also shop around for the best deal as you may be able to find something cheaper.
But when we checked we couldn't find an iced coffee maker for less than £12.99.
Amazon was selling a similar one for £19.99 while Wilko was selling another for £25.
Remember – just because it's on offer doesn't mean you've save money.
If you weren't planning on buying the item in the first place then it isn't necessarily a steal.
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