Lidl To Introduce Fun Size Trollies For The Kids

Lidl To Introduce Fun Size Trollies For The Kids

Back in the day, Safeway used to have mini trolleys in their stores and as a child they made getting dragged around the supermarket way more tolerable. Lidl have just announced that they are rolling out in over 250 of their stores. Fantastic news for all of us that have no choice, but to take our impatient dictators (kids) food shopping.

These fun size trolleys will be located in special trolley bays, in stores that have big entrances.

Unlike, the big trolleys these do not require a pound - which is music to my ears because I struggle to find one for myself, never mind two.

You can expect to see these in stores by the end of the month.

Do you think these trolleys will make your food shopping experience more pleasant?

Image Credit: Lidl

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  • Clarisse C.

    right up Brodie’s street x

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    • Emz T.

      can imagine Lilly and the stuff she get lol xx

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      • Marley A.

        oh god no!!! Please no!!!!

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        • Steven S.

          They’re already in my local store, absolute carnage

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          • Jenny M.

            People will steal them, just like they did the ones they used to have in Safeway/Morrisons a few years back.

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            • Laura S.

              Another reason to go to Aldi instead!

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              • Helen C.

                Yep our store in Carlisle has these already

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                • Dawn-Maree I.

                  I can see Kaleb anoo. :blush:xx

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                  • Terean R.

                    Asda had these 15 odd years ago they soon scrapped them

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                    • Terean R.

                      Bloody stupid idea it'll get on other shoppers nerves

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                      • Linda F.

                        Oh fun lots of sore ankles ha ha

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                        • Leigha C.

                          We have them in our local Lidl & when they are all being used it causes tantrums! Originally thought it was a great idea but if you have more than 1 child it’s not so much

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                          • Kelly B.

                            My lidi have had these since they opened a couple of years back

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                            • Natalie L.

                              Ikea ones have a flagpole to stop them fitting in your car boot :blush:

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                              • Lyn C.

                                Caused so many battles between me and my son !

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                                • Jean-Marie B.

                                  Think they should have the bakery stuff wrapped individually first, all those hands reaching across, yuk

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                                  • Vikki S.

                                    Aye it’ll be carnage, especially with two. Its a nightmare in Ikea when the kids have them. Feel like lobbing them across the shop:see_no_evil::joy:xXx

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                                    • Ann S.

                                      Kwiksave had these at millfield years ago.

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                                      • Carol B.

                                        Eek this wouldn’t go down well my 3 year old would fill it with crap :joy:

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                                        • Beca S.

                                          Yes! Give my lad a Walkie talkie and he can go in for me :joy:

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