The $90 suitcase set travel editor absolutely swears by

There’s a suitcase that Jana Frawley, the Content Direct at Escape, absolutely swears by.

It’s not one of the fancy expensive suitcases she has tried through the course of her career as a travel editor. It’s a $90 suitcase she bought from Aldi.

“The cult-like devotion travellers have to their Aldi luggage was the only selling point I needed when I needed new suitcases,” Ms Frawley said.

“It was four years ago and I got a black, soft, medium-sized and carry-on wheelies suitcase with TSA-approved locks. It is the smartest $90 I ever spent, and given the number of trips I do and the punishment my luggage gets, it’s the best luggage I’ve ever had.”

Aldi’s carry-on bag beats the best.Source:Supplied

The good news is that very same suitcase is returning to Aldi this week, as part of the supermarket chain’s “Travel in Style” Special Buys (in store Wednesday, June 9).

The ultralight two-piece suitcase set ($89.99) is available in navy or grey and includes a 79cm and 68cm suitcase.

The ultralight two-piece suitcase set comes in navy and grey this time around.Source:Supplied

With sturdy wheels, a strong extendible handle and tough exterior, it’ll become your go-to luggage set.

Travel locks keep your belongings safe.Source:Supplied

Never pay excess baggage fees again with these digital scales.Source:Supplied

Our other top pick from the curated Special Buys collection is the foldable duffel bag ($14.99) which is perfect for throwing in the bottom of your suitcase to cart all your excess shopping home.

It’s a steal at $14.99.Source:Supplied

Other standout items include hand underseat carry-on bags ($39.99) and packing cubes ($9.99).

There are also super cosy travel outfits with knit sweat hoodies ($14.99), knit sweatpants ($14.99) and a terry tracksuit ($24.99).

Packing cubes will save your sanity.Source:Supplied

For a comfortable plane journey there’s a quilted travel blanket ($29.99), memory foam travel pillow ($16.99) and flight socks ($24.99).

On the tech side of things there are wireless earbuds that seem to be a bit of a bargain at $89.99 and a travel adaptor kit.

This travel adaptor will keep all your devices charged.Source:Supplied

To keep you looking chic on tour there’s a compact steam iron ($49.99) and travel hair dryer and straightener ($14.99 each).

This is an iron lover’s dream.Source:Supplied

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This article originally appeared on Escape and was reproduced with permission

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