Treat Your Tired Body With Aldi’s Latest Special Buy: a Massage Chair

Recliner Chair

Aldi knows how to read the room, that’s for sure. With many of us working from home, the toll it’s taking on our shoulders and backs isn’t great.

But the wonderful folks at Aldi will soon be releasing a selection of massage equipment, including a luxe massage chair for just $249.

The chair includes assorted massage, vibrating and heating functions (perfect for winter!) and comes with an electric controller. It also pushes back into a recliner chair, so you can literally put your feet up while it does its thing.

Aldi Massage Chair

If you don’t have the space to house a massage chair, Aldi is also selling a massage cushion, which you can secure to any chair thanks to the addition of an elastic strap attached to the device.

This cushion has six rotating heads and a heating function. The massage ball can rotate clockwise or anti-clockwise, depending on what you prefer, and costs $39.99.


Aldi is really killing it in the relaxation department, because there are three other massage devices also on offer.

For $49.99, you can buy the Shiatsu Neck and Shoulder Massager, which uses deep kneading and a heat function to work out sore muscles. It also has a built-in timer that switches off after 15 minutes and the fabric cover is removable and can be washed.


There’s also a handheld massager, which comes with three different massage head attachments and an ergonomic handle, for only $39.99.

It contains variable vibration and speed levels, so you can choose the strength based on which body part you’re massaging.


While getting a professional pedicure is currently out of the question, you can still give your feet some TLC.

The foot massager uses air compression and six nodules to target pressure points on your feet. It’ll set you back $59.99 and includes three programs and two air pressure intensities.


All of these bad boys will be on sale at Aldi on Wednesday, May 7. As always, get in quick as we think these will be snapped up quickly!

All images via Aldi.

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