The dolls will only cost £14.99, which is the cheapest price around for a doll of the same features.
But the dolls will only be available to pre-order online from next Sunday (November 18) and will hit store shelves from November 22, so you'll have to wait a bit longer before you're able to buy them.
But the timing couldn't be better with Christmas coming up in less than two months, so if you have little Barbie fans at home, this is a great chance to get ahead with your Christmas shopping.
The supermarket's launching two Barbie dolls and they're both inspired by summer so it could also be a perfect opportunity to escape from the cold winter.
The little ones can bring the Christmas magic to life by transforming Aldi's dolphin magic mermaid Barbie doll from Barbie to mermaid and back again with her two-in-one outfit.
Barbie's dolphin friend is also great company in the bath – by pushing his tail, you'll hear dolphin sounds.
The kids can also dive into new water adventures with Aldi's dolphin magic snorkel Barbie doll, as her top and shorts change from blue to pink in warm water.
This Barbie set also includes a water-squirting puppy as well as a dolphin.
The prices are the cheapest around if you take the Barbie dolls' features into consideration, as well as the fact that you receive more than just the Barbie doll.
But if you're not fussed about colour-changing clothes, dolphins or puppies, you can find cheaper Barbie dolls at both Argos and Smyths Toys, just to mention a few.
Argos sells princess Barbie dolls for £11, or you can pick up any two for £15, giving you a £7 discount.
If you have an aspiring nurse or doctor at home, Argos also sells a nurse Barbie doll but this costs £11.99.
Smyths Toys is even cheaper by offering its cheapest Barbie doll for only £5, and this is perfect for any little fashionistas.
In other words, make sure you always shop around before forking out on what may sound like a good deal.
Aldi recently opened its online toy shop – and it's perfect for parents with little time.
The supermarket has also started selling the popular Hatchimals for the first time – and some are less than £2.50.
Earlier this week, its cheap ride on toys for kids launched online and in stores.
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