Aldi £5 off £30 voucher in The Mirror TODAY !!! - HotUKDeals
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Go get a copy off The Mirror and grab yourself a £5 off £30 voucher for use in any Aldi store.

Valid until next Thursday (24.11.11)

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6 Likes #1
Heat! I did this last time the offer was on. It's just incredibly difficult to spend over £30 in Aldi though! :p
2 Likes #2
Is it even possible to spend £30 in Aldi

X)
#3
Will Tesco take these?
#4
I believe Tesco's accept these vouchers too (they accept some competitors vouchers)
- at least they accepted an Aldi voucher from me a month or so ago.
#5
Madchester
Will Tesco take these?


no, they stopped accepting competitor coupons at the end of October
2 Likes #6
Get lost you lot it's a fab offer lol well done op and thanks !
#7
mission: spend 30 in aldi
heat added
9 Likes #8
Madchester
Will Tesco take these?


Spend them in Aldi, far better quality than Tesco.
#9
Thankyou!!
#10
heat!!
2 Likes #11
easy spend £30 on beer and wine Great deal :)
6 Likes #12
Heat. Love a bit of Aldi. I actually feel sorry for people who look down on it and avoid shopping there. Mugs. That said, Norpak is no substitute for Lurpak. That's where I draw the line...
#13
I'll pick a paper up later.

Heat added!!!
#14
Thanks for this, hot !
5 Likes #15
All the doubters amuse me ,keep doubting and keeping spending twice as much as Tesco /Sainsbury and I will enjoy better quality food and save my pennies :)
Thanks Op

Edited By: skatts on Nov 17, 2011 12:14
3 Likes #16
Thanks for the heads up, can't believe I'm going to have to buy the Mirror though!.I actually find the quality of most Aldi products very good, certainly better quality than Tesco's (although I'd still buy my meat at Morrisons), so this voucher will be very useful.
Heat added

Edited By: HAL2000 on Nov 17, 2011 12:16
1 Like #17
thanks, gonna stock up with viva orange, sweet chilli pizzas and a picanto full of fruit and veg
banned#18
good deal, i have been splitting my £160 weekly food shop into 4 x £40 and using the Asda price guarantee, thus receiving £16 off, i.e. 4 x £40.
I will still squeeze this one in though, the key is to stock up on non perishables when these vouchers are about.
#19
Hot for me - 4 bird roast here I come!
#20
Rosbod
Hot for me - 4 bird roast here I come!


This + a few bottles of Cremant Du Jura sparking wine and the £30 is easily spent.
#21
bulkomuff
good deal, i have been splitting my £160 weekly food shop into 4 x £40 and using the Asda price guarantee, thus receiving £16 off, i.e. 4 x £40.
I will still squeeze this one in though, the key is to stock up on non perishables when these vouchers are about.

£160 a week! Wow, the max i spend in a month is £250!
#22
Thank you, great find I shop at Tesco and Aldi, get all my bread from aldi same price as tesco but much nicer!! I will stock up on tins and stuff like that and a few bits for christmas
2 Likes #23
I work for someone that produces some stock for aldi and trust me it's the same as the other big supermarkets.
1 Like #24
frost1979
I work for someone that produces some stock for aldi and trust me it's the same as the other big supermarkets.

But costs less.. (_;)

Edited By: Inactive on Nov 17, 2011 12:46
2 Likes #25
Voucher also in the Scottish Daily Record :)
#26
Why would anyone want a £5 off £30 voucher? £25 instead of £30, must be mad!
#27
Apologies all, I put the price of The Mirror as 35p, but it is 45p!

Edited deal!
#28
HOBGOBLIN x £30 worth... simples
1 Like #29
Inactive
frost1979
I work for someone that produces some stock for aldi and trust me it's the same as the other big supermarkets.


But costs less.. (_;)


Yeah, that's what I was trying to get at. Exactly the same products inside the bag just different packaging (which normally costs more for Aldi) and about half price. You can't lose
#30
Good spot thanks op. Easy spend £30 in Aldi, with a few beers or some wine.
#31
GodVilla
Why would anyone want a £5 off £30 voucher? £25 instead of £30, must be mad!

What?
#32
Thanks OP! Love Aldi, food is great and cheaper! Breakfast cereal especially, tastes the same as major brand but a fraction of the price.
#33
our tesco no longer take them :(

handy for those that use aldi though.. not for me though
#34
Awesam
bulkomuff
good deal, i have been splitting my £160 weekly food shop into 4 x £40 and using the Asda price guarantee, thus receiving £16 off, i.e. 4 x £40.
I will still squeeze this one in though, the key is to stock up on non perishables when these vouchers are about.

£160 a week! Wow, the max i spend in a month is £250!
i too spend that a week on shopping and seem to get less items at each shop at tescos, thanks ill buy the paper and get some items from aldi(_;)
#35
Why is this hot, you have to spend £30 in Aldi...
1 Like #36
have some heat - switching back to aldis as shop has crept up over £30.00 a week extra on top of our weekly shop at asda so going where I know it is cheap and good food and veg for reasonable prices
#37
DJBucko2009
Why is this hot, you have to spend £30 in Aldi...


Not too difficult, I have just spent £58 minus my £5 off, similar items would have cost over £90 at Asda/Tesco/Sainsbury's.
#38
frost1979
Inactive
frost1979
I work for someone that produces some stock for aldi and trust me it's the same as the other big supermarkets.


But costs less.. (_;)



yes exactly my friend worked for a company who distributed food and he showed me all the samefoods in different packages.....

It like a lot of value and basic stuff.....tins are exactly the same as a lot of brand name ones...

you still cant beat heinz baked beans though
Yeah, that's what I was trying to get at. Exactly the same products inside the bag just different packaging (which normally costs more for Aldi) and about half price. You can't lose
#39
It's an OK deal - works out at a 17% discount if you can spend £30
#40
Wife recommends their chicken tikka ready meal - from the chiller cabinet
And she's rather fussy!

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