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For a voucher for £5 off a £40 shop at ALDI, pick up The Daily Mirror or The Daily Record this Thursday 25th April 2013.

Valid from Thursday 25th April 2013 until close of business on 4th May 2013.

Plus the usual discount vouchers will be in there but don't have specific details of those as yet.

The discount vouchers are :
30% off moser Roth dark chocolate 1.09
30% off luxury fruit yogurt 0.69
30% off frozen marinated chicken wings/drumsticks 1.99
30% off q10 spf15 day cream 1.49
30% off scottish label tea bags 1.39
50% off deluxe chocsticks 0.99
50% off caramel wafer bars 0.99
50% off frozen sliced chicken breast pieces 1.89
50% off salad cream 0.89
50% off bedding plants 1.79

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#1
Thanks for the heads up. Are they always the last week at each month?
#2
Might come in handy for their cycle event starting the 2nd May.
#3
You say pick up mirror AND record. Presume you mean 'or'?
1 Like #4
eld1985
Thanks for the heads up. Are they always the last week at each month?
Was not on last month, probably due to Easter holidays but it is usually the last week of each month. Thanks OP
#5
Thank you. Now I have to prepare a shopping list that reaches £40. So difficult at Aldi. (_;)
#6
cheers
#7
cool
#8
Persian_Gu1f
Thank you. Now I have to prepare a shopping list that reaches £40. So difficult at Aldi. (_;)
If I'm short of the £40 spend I generally make up the difference with bottles of their milk @ £1 for 4 pints. I use that much milk at the moment (3 young kids) I like to have some in the freezer!!
#9
Persian_Gu1f
Thank you. Now I have to prepare a shopping list that reaches £40. So difficult at Aldi. (_;)

Filter coffee and booze - easy for me .............
#10
Persian_Gu1f
Thank you. Now I have to prepare a shopping list that reaches £40. So difficult at Aldi. (_;)

Easy, a couple of bottles of their own Glen Marnoch single malt whisky...
#11
gazw
Persian_Gu1f
Thank you. Now I have to prepare a shopping list that reaches £40. So difficult at Aldi. (_;)


Filter coffee and booze - easy for me .............


And me.... Filter coffee amazing bargain!
1 Like #12
stesavingexpert
eld1985
Thanks for the heads up. Are they always the last week at each month?
Was not on last month, probably due to Easter holidays but it is usually the last week of each month. Thanks OP
Actually it was on last month but it was a week early (21/3/13) and the voucher lasted an extra 2 days (up to 30/3/13) - I think a lot of people would have been caught out by the change.
#13
Thanks for the heads up. The additional money off coupons are good too. Thanks op
#14
Handy, just in time for this:p
#15
I find it far easier to spend £40 in Aldi than trying to find 'bargains' in Tesco when they have the same thing.

Top of the range sausages £1.99 all the time in Aldi (or £1.49 on offer) £2.99 or 2 for £5 in Tesco.

Pork steaks, £2.69 in Aldi, £3.99 or 3 for £10 in Tesco.

Aldi cereals are as good as the named brands, Aldi always have cheap fruit & veg, Cauliflowers are 89p in Aldi and Tesco wanted £1.49 for them!

I'm just hoping they don't become too successful and put their prices up.
#16
aldis has got really dear latelly
1 Like #17
Love Aldi , Bring on the BRASSERIE!!
#18
Have they stopped doing the Jelly Beans? I've looked while I've been in two different Aldi's and couldn't see them, or the space where they would be.
#19
Can confirm this, I know one of the coupons will be 50% off bedding plants (1.79)
#20
rob5110
Have they stopped doing the Jelly Beans? I've looked while I've been in two different Aldi's and couldn't see them, or the space where they would be.
discontinued due to low sales
#21
retrogeezer
I find it far easier to spend £40 in Aldi than trying to find 'bargains' in Tesco when they have the same thing.

Top of the range sausages £1.99 all the time in Aldi (or £1.49 on offer) £2.99 or 2 for £5 in Tesco.

Pork steaks, £2.69 in Aldi, £3.99 or 3 for £10 in Tesco.

Aldi cereals are as good as the named brands, Aldi always have cheap fruit & veg, Cauliflowers are 89p in Aldi and Tesco wanted £1.49 for them!

I'm just hoping they don't become too successful and put their prices up.

They are the largest retailer in Germany, I very much doubt it they will change there strategy of cost leader based on the success of the UK.

They have just over 3% of the current market now, I personally like Aldi and as trends have shown, discounters have certainly been reaping the rewards across the last 5 years!
banned 1 Like #22
COLD GODDAMNIT.. I SHOP IN WAITROSE WITH ALL THE HIGH CLASS PEOPLE
#23
foxymeister
Persian_Gu1f
Thank you. Now I have to prepare a shopping list that reaches £40. So difficult at Aldi. (_;)
If I'm short of the £40 spend I generally make up the difference with bottles of their milk @ £1 for 4 pints. I use that much milk at the moment (3 young kids) I like to have some in the freezer!!

You must be on a very cheap electricity tariff !!!
#24
heat added , thanks for the heads up
#25
Hot water boiler plus a few other bits should make it £40, loving the timing.
#26
Superb deal, is this on often? I've not spotted it before - sick on me.
#27
Persian_Gu1f
foxymeister
Persian_Gu1f
Thank you. Now I have to prepare a shopping list that reaches £40. So difficult at Aldi. (_;)
If I'm short of the £40 spend I generally make up the difference with bottles of their milk @ £1 for 4 pints. I use that much milk at the moment (3 young kids) I like to have some in the freezer!!

You must be on a very cheap electricity tariff !!!
You've got me thinking now!!! I generally keep half a dozen bottles of milk and loaves of bread in my chest freezer in case we run out as we don't live too close to a shop or supermarket. Nothing else in there and it's an old chest freezer! How much would you expect it costs to run it? Sorry to go off my own topic! ;-$
1 Like #28
jazzist
Superb deal, is this on often? I've not spotted it before - sick on me.
Usually the last Thursday of every month although it was a week early last month due to Easter. I would recommend buying at least 2 x Daily Mirror's then you can use one set of vouchers this Thursday and one set of vouchers next Thursday ... enjoy!!
#29
Thanks allot, was going to Aldi later today, will delay and eat up what's in the freezer, saved me £10 - 2 x daily mirror :)
1 Like #30
jazzist
Thanks allot, was going to Aldi later today, will delay and eat up what's in the freezer, saved me £10 - 2 x daily mirror :)
Potentially it could save you more depending on how much you spend weekly on your grocery shop. Buy 4 x Daily Mirror's. Go in on Thursday, spend £40 (calculator advisable!) use your vouchers, put your purchases in your car. Return to store and repeat!! Same again week after!! :-)
#31
good offer on nappies and wipes this thur too, might get my shopping and £40 worth of nappies :)
#32
foxymeister
Persian_Gu1f
foxymeister
Persian_Gu1f
Thank you. Now I have to prepare a shopping list that reaches £40. So difficult at Aldi. (_;)
If I'm short of the £40 spend I generally make up the difference with bottles of their milk @ £1 for 4 pints. I use that much milk at the moment (3 young kids) I like to have some in the freezer!!


You must be on a very cheap electricity tariff !!!
You've got me thinking now!!! I generally keep half a dozen bottles of milk and loaves of bread in my chest freezer in case we run out as we don't live too close to a shop or supermarket. Nothing else in there and it's an old chest freezer! How much would you expect it costs to run it? Sorry to go off my own topic! ;-$


depends more on, appliance rating and how often you open and how long you keep it open
#33
foxymeister
Persian_Gu1f
foxymeister
Persian_Gu1f
Thank you. Now I have to prepare a shopping list that reaches £40. So difficult at Aldi. (_;)
If I'm short of the £40 spend I generally make up the difference with bottles of their milk @ £1 for 4 pints. I use that much milk at the moment (3 young kids) I like to have some in the freezer!!

You must be on a very cheap electricity tariff !!!
You've got me thinking now!!! I generally keep half a dozen bottles of milk and loaves of bread in my chest freezer in case we run out as we don't live too close to a shop or supermarket. Nothing else in there and it's an old chest freezer! How much would you expect it costs to run it? Sorry to go off my own topic! ;-$

If you don't have an energy monitor and cannot find out exactly how much electricity your freezer uses then a simple way is to find out what it's electricity usage intensity is measured in Watt (if you are Scottish you should check on James Watt). There should be a plate somewhere saying the freezer is say 2000 watt. If so 2000 watt is 2 kilo watt which means if your freezer is on the full 60 minutes of the hour it uses 2 KW/h. But in reality the usage is probably half that if not less because it goes on and off. You could now work out how much electricity it uses per day, etc. To turn this figures into Pound Sterling multiply by your electricity supplier's tarrif. If you have economy 7 this calculation is a bit harder as you would have peak and off-peak tariffs................. Anyway, it has made you think. I bought an energy monitor for £30 two years ago and it has proved its worth many times over. I recommend it. Read this. (_;)
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http://www.statichukd.com/images/threads/1533741_1.jpg Bump, thanks to those members posting reminders :)
#35
thanks...
#36
damn it, missed this as was too busy with work. Any one got a spare they want to sell? or know how I get another one?
#37
On the vouchers that I had (Daily Mirror, what a shabby paper, by the way!), the expiry date was close of business 2nd May 2013 which is today (Thursday)
#38
RobJames
On the vouchers that I had (Daily Mirror, what a shabby paper, by the way!), the expiry date was close of business 2nd May 2013 which is today (Thursday)
Yeah, they always last a week.
That's why most people buy two newspapers and use one lot of vouchers one week and another the following week (at least that's what we always do) (_;)
#39
ian.online
RobJames
On the vouchers that I had (Daily Mirror, what a shabby paper, by the way!), the expiry date was close of business 2nd May 2013 which is today (Thursday)
Yeah, they always last a week.
That's why most people buy two newspapers and use one lot of vouchers one week and another the following week (at least that's what we always do) (_;)

I know, Ian, but the original posting (see top of page) read:

Valid from Thursday 25th April 2013 until close of business on 4th May 2013.

(bold and underline added by me)

People might be misled by this, hence my clarification.
#40
RobJames
ian.online
RobJames
On the vouchers that I had (Daily Mirror, what a shabby paper, by the way!), the expiry date was close of business 2nd May 2013 which is today (Thursday)
Yeah, they always last a week.
That's why most people buy two newspapers and use one lot of vouchers one week and another the following week (at least that's what we always do) (_;)

I know, Ian, but the original posting (see top of page) read:

Valid from Thursday 25th April 2013 until close of business on 4th May 2013.

(bold and underline added by me)

People might be misled by this, hence my clarification.
Good spot.
I think most people are so used to them running from Thursday to Thursday that they don't pay too much attention to the dates (although they did extend the offer by a few days last month over the Easter period).

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