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£5 off £45 spend @ Aldi with this Thursdays Daily Mirror. 28/08/2014
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#1
Thanks for post.

New store opening in Alton, Hampshire this Thursday 28th August. If you are local, you may have received a leaflet with money off coupons a few weeks ago.
#2
Is this confirmed (I know the last Thursday is normal for this offer), but confirmation would be nice (unlike the recent Morrisons' fresh fruit voucher?)
3 Likes #3
Looks an average deal now that morrisons give u 5 pounds of fruit/veg free or 5 off a 10 meat spend. Sainsburys 20 off a 60 spend also when available. Aldi aint that cheap now either compared to a couple of years ago. Their stores are busy now so they jacked up their prices just like the majors did.
#4
M1ke_Hunt
Is this confirmed (I know the last Thursday is normal for this offer), but confirmation would be nice (unlike the recent Morrisons' fresh fruit voucher?)

Click on the get deal button and it states on the Mirror facebook page.
#5
certainly aint noticed a price increase, like we did shopping at asda for example.
1 Like #6
I can't say I've noticed a massive difference in price. A few things have gone up a few pence, but equally things I buy have come down. Still nowhere near as expensive as Tesco etc. The shops have got busier, but they've employed so many more people. I'm still happy with £5 off, I'd but stuff there anyway! Thanks aldi
#7
I have never spent over £15 in Aldi...
1 Like #8
Just buy £5 less stuff than you want. Saved you a fiver.
#9
Thanks!
1 Like #10
citibadger
I can't say I've noticed a massive difference in price. A few things have gone up a few pence, but equally things I buy have come down. Still nowhere near as expensive as Tesco etc. The shops have got busier, but they've employed so many more people. I'm still happy with £5 off, I'd but stuff there anyway! Thanks aldi


I'm curious as to how you find Tesco expensive, there the all round cheapest of the big supermarkets. Do that compare my shop thing and see the difference
3 Likes #11
cold
ALDI is taking a **** with £45 minimum spend
2 Likes #12
Just buy something from the diy for example for around £40 and then get your £5 of shopping and use the voucher. Then go back in with the receipt and get your money back on the diy stuff.....hey presto nearly £5 of free stuff!
#13
AStonedRaichu
citibadger
I can't say I've noticed a massive difference in price. A few things have gone up a few pence, but equally things I buy have come down. Still nowhere near as expensive as Tesco etc. The shops have got busier, but they've employed so many more people. I'm still happy with £5 off, I'd but stuff there anyway! Thanks aldi

I'm curious as to how you find Tesco expensive, there the all round cheapest of the big supermarkets. Do that compare my shop thing and see the difference

How can that be when Asda say they guarantee to be 10% cheaper for the same goods you buy?

Edited By: marty-401 on Aug 26, 2014 21:43
1 Like #14
AStonedRaichu


I'm curious as to how you find Tesco expensive, there the all round cheapest of the big supermarkets. Do that compare my shop thing and see the difference

I have always found Tesco to be the more expensive than ASDA. I generally only buy from Tesco if it is in a deal. ASDA also offer you the chance to claim back some money if they are not 10% cheaper than their competitors.

Edited By: jayok on Aug 26, 2014 21:50
1 Like #15
marty-401
AStonedRaichu
citibadger
I can't say I've noticed a massive difference in price. A few things have gone up a few pence, but equally things I buy have come down. Still nowhere near as expensive as Tesco etc. The shops have got busier, but they've employed so many more people. I'm still happy with £5 off, I'd but stuff there anyway! Thanks aldi

I'm curious as to how you find Tesco expensive, there the all round cheapest of the big supermarkets. Do that compare my shop thing and see the difference

How can that be when Asda say they guarantee to be 10% cheaper for the same goods you buy?
Asda are going to say that they want people to shop there, in fact they all claim to be the cheapest, I really think it depends on what you buy and when (I.e special offers)
#16
iluvcake1

Asda are going to say that they want people to shop there, in fact they all claim to be the cheapest, I really think it depends on what you buy and when (I.e special offers)

ASDA do offer money off if they are not 10% cheaper than their competitors (after you shop there) although a lot of people must not check as I keep finding receipts that give me money off :)
4 Likes #17
Give Aldi a try . . . .we smelt the coffee after years shopping in Asda , we are saving on average £27 a week for a family of 4 , good quality food ,no multi offers ,honest prices ,great fruit and veg . . . . . .we are fortunate enough to have choice on the Wirral . . . . . .
3 Likes #18
all the big supermarkets rip people off with offers, then charge higher prices for other items.. aldi and lidl are by far the cheapest ..
the only way to save is if all stores are within a close proximity and you check prices online before you go to each store to buy
the cheapest from each..
1 Like #19
recently shopped at aldi for my 'big' shop after spending 60 pound on bits from asda that lasted a week for 1 people. full trolley at aldi cost me 80 pound, only downside is the packing situation but won't put me off!
2 Likes #20
Sorry, got to vote cold now, they started off with 5 off 30, then 35, then 40. Now 45 is a step too far.
#21
marty that's a good idea lol
#22
*for 2 people i meant! new phone probs :(
#23
You have to jump through so many hoops to get your "cheapest" shopping. Buy 10 different things here buy 25worth there etc etc. A drag and just not worth the bother. Theyre are all robbing sly sharks at the end of the day and no nicey nicey marketing is going to change that :)
#24
cornishscouse
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the only way to save is if all stores are within a close proximity and you check prices online before you go to each store to buy
the cheapest from each..

Which is what I do .... I will use this deal to stock up on ALDI's Chocolate Crunch cereal, Maple & Pecan Crunch cereal and their Amaretto Liqueur & Cocobay Rum & Cocnut
1 Like #25
If you don't want £5 off shop elsewhere
#26
hooray henry
Looks an average deal now that morrisons give u 5 pounds of fruit/veg free or 5 off a 10 meat spend. Sainsburys 20 off a 60 spend also when available. Aldi aint that cheap now either compared to a couple of years ago. Their stores are busy now so they jacked up their prices just like the majors did.

Morrisons are so expensive their sales are slipping the most out the big 4 . . . . . They will never beat the fruit and veg quality in Aldi ,
3 Likes #27
jayok
AStonedRaichu


I'm curious as to how you find Tesco expensive, there the all round cheapest of the big supermarkets. Do that compare my shop thing and see the difference

I have always found Tesco to be the more expensive than ASDA. I generally only buy from Tesco if it is in a deal. ASDA also offer you the chance to claim back some money if they are not 10% cheaper than their competitors.
Forget both Asda and Tesco. Aldi and Lidl undercut them both by around 30% on an average trolley load. Neither of them can or will match Aldi and Lidl prices.
#28
Fourpussypaw555
hooray henry
Looks an average deal now that morrisons give u 5 pounds of fruit/veg free or 5 off a 10 meat spend. Sainsburys 20 off a 60 spend also when available. Aldi aint that cheap now either compared to a couple of years ago. Their stores are busy now so they jacked up their prices just like the majors did.

Morrisons are so expensive their sales are slipping the most out the big 4 . . . . . They will never beat the fruit and veg quality in Aldi ,
Got some free veg n fruit from morrisons and it went off fast in the fridge. Equally the tiny brocholi in aldi this week was laughable and the smallest ive ever seen and was a ripp off even at 39p
1 Like #29
pidgeofcdf
Sorry, got to vote cold now, they started off with 5 off 30, then 35, then 40. Now 45 is a step too far.
A step too far ???? Still get £5 off ....
#30
hooray henry
Looks an average deal now that morrisons give u 5 pounds of fruit/veg free or 5 off a 10 meat spend. Sainsburys 20 off a 60 spend also when available. Aldi aint that cheap now either compared to a couple of years ago. Their stores are busy now so they jacked up their prices just like the majors did.
#31
Well, having to buy the Mirror is the dealbreaker for me. I prefer Lidl anyway, most of their stuff (except the chocolate) is better than Aldi.
#32
pidgeofcdf
Sorry, got to vote cold now, they started off with 5 off 30, then 35, then 40. Now 45 is a step too far.
Totally agree with you , i started shopping in aldi around January time, did find it cheaper but ended up throwing fresh (supposedly) food out every week because it went off so quickly , so any money I saved got wasted, went back to Morrison's after about 3 months I would rather spend that bit more for fresh food that's actually still fresh when I go to eat it. Aldi is ok for basic items but I wouldn't do a 'big' shop there again.
1 Like #33
I used to shop at asda or tesco and top up midweek at Aldi but now I have swapped big shop at Aldi and pop to asda for branded yogurts and few little bits that I prefer branded but have saved so much money so thanks I spend 45 pound in there so 5 pound off is a bonus
#34
I spend 60 pound at aldi . so very usefull ! is it only thursday its valid for ? as I do food shopping fridays ...
#35
I don't find much different wih what I buy from Tesco and aldi but all down to what u buy cheap and cheerful
1 Like #36
I used to be the same "I will never go there, it's all foreign food" but now, I find it painful doing a shop at asda and tesco, I actually leave tesco and asda with a empty trolley, they are that over priced. Seriously, if u WANT to spend less and get better food, try lidl or aldi. Just give it a go, I don't know anyone who regrets it....
#37
samk20
I spend 60 pound at aldi . so very usefull ! is it only thursday its valid for ? as I do food shopping fridays ...
usually valid for a few days
#38
samk20
I spend 60 pound at aldi . so very usefull ! is it only thursday its valid for ? as I do food shopping fridays ...

Normally valid til the following Thursday
#39
pidgeofcdf
Sorry, got to vote cold now, they started off with 5 off 30, then 35, then 40. Now 45 is a step too far.

But they also offer discounts of 50% or 30% on ten or so items - I normally save a couple of quid on items I would normally buy.

Edited By: dundustin on Aug 27, 2014 07:58
#40
wellhellothere
M1ke_Hunt
Is this confirmed (I know the last Thursday is normal for this offer), but confirmation would be nice (unlike the recent Morrisons' fresh fruit voucher?)

Click on the get deal button and it states on the Mirror facebook page.

Cheers for the update, have some heatage :)

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