Aldi Gift Wrap Options for 2020

Aldi gift wrap

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Not only does Aldi sell gifts that are perfect for everyone in the family — with a vast selection of toys, personal care products, games, electronics, and clothing — but the discount grocer also sells everything you need to wrap those gifts. Aldi’s got it all, from wrapping paper to gift boxes to labels to tape.

Most of these items hit Aldi stores the week of November 25th, 2020, but you can check your local weekly ad to confirm the exact date. These are Aldi Finds (Special Buys), which means they’ll only be around for a limited time, and once they sell out, they’ll be gone and you can’t order online, so you’ll want to act quickly.

Read on to see what sorts of trimmings, bows, and baubles Aldi is selling this year to help you perfect your holiday.

  • Merry Moments Heavyweight Gift Wrap, $1.99 per roll. These feature a variety of designs, including houses and trees, unicorns, and animals.
  • Merry Moments Heavyweight Premium Gift Wrap, $1.99 per roll. Designs include holiday buildings or a plaid pattern.
  • Merry Moments 50 Peel-and-Stick Gift Tags, $0.99. Stickers in a variety of sizes feature a range of whimsical holiday images, including snowmen, gingerbread men, penguins, mermaids, and Santa.
  • Merry Moments 10-Pack Holiday Gift Bag Set, $4.99. Fun designs include a dinosaur with a Santa hat, a surfing Santa, a llama, a snowman “ice cream cone,” Santa doing yoga with woodland animals, and more.
  • Merry Moments 10-Pack Holiday Gift Boxes, $2.99. Box designs include Christmas trees, a unicorn, a snow globe, and Santa riding a llama.
  • Merry Moments Holiday Bows, $1.99 for a bag of 30 red, green, and white bows.
  • 3M Gift Tape, $2.99 for a 3-pack.
  • Merry Moments 1.5″ or 2.5″ Wire Fabric Premium Ribbon, $4.99. Available in 75′ or 50′ lengths.
  • Merry Moments Wine Bottle Topper, $2.99 each. These make your wine bottle look like a gnome or elf.

About Rachael

Rachael is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. When she isn't busy shopping at Aldi, she enjoys cooking, gardening, writing gothic romance, and collecting more houseplants than she probably should. You can learn more about her at

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