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Aldi Super Six products beginning 2nd January £0.39

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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
The new Super Six at Aldi for the next two weeks are:

6 pack tomatoes
Garlic
Chantenay carrots
Savoy Cabbage
Onions
Swede

(update: thanks to andrewfmills who has now supplied the details of the sixth product)

I know that's only 5 but my nearest Aldi only had 5 offers on yesterday so I'll have to add the sixth product when I get a chance to visit a different one.
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1 Like #1
Thanks beccajay - your comment made me giggle! :)
#2
most of the grapes/oranges in my local aldi were mouldy yesterday, very off putting
#3
sarahaynes
most of the grapes/oranges in my local aldi were mouldy yesterday, very off putting


The offer hadn't started then though, however there wasn't that much at mine, it was like an apocalyptic aftermath - I must have missed the declaration of war! NOTHING fresh on the shelves, no idea why they were open if they had not had a delivery since at least Thursday :-(

Normally an Aldi fan, but VERY disappointed.
#4
Many stores did nut gave normal deliveries over Xmas; give then a couple if weeks sure will be back to normal
#5
packard
Many stores did nut gave normal deliveries over Xmas; give then a couple if weeks sure will be back to normal


A couple of WEEKS!

In a couple of weeks I will be DEAD from starvation. It is 2011, not 1347, we have the ability to supply fresh food all year round, we don't have to dry fish and make cheese to preserve milk, we can actually have it in it's original form, although if this year is anything to go by, perhaps we will have to make other arrangements.

Why have Christmas holidays this year been such a major problem with shopping... I am 52 and can't EVER remember shops being closed on a Saturday near Xmas that has not actually been Xmas day!
1 Like #6
Oh yes, the good old days :D;)

Edited By: part2 on Jan 03, 2011 19:22
1 Like #7
A couple of WEEKS!

In a couple of weeks I will be DEAD from starvation. It is 2011, not 1347, we have the ability to supply fresh food all year round, we don't have to dry fish and make cheese to preserve milk, we can actually have it in it's original form, although if this year is anything to go by, perhaps we will have to make other arrangements.

Why have Christmas holidays this year been such a major problem with shopping... I am 52 and can't EVER remember shops being closed on a Saturday near Xmas that has not actually been Xmas day!


Did'nt need to put your age,I guessed you were suffering the middle-aged grumps. Only a few years ahead of me!
1 Like #8
The sixth veg was swede. Just had some in a stew.

For the record my Aldi was half empty too - a member of staff had told me "transport" has decided not to deliver today.
#9
andrewfmills
The sixth veg was swede.


thanks! I'll update the first post from 5 to 6 now :)
#10
Loopijuce

Did'nt need to put your age,I guessed you were suffering the middle-aged grumps. Only a few years ahead of me!


No not age, just malnutrition. Week old "fresh food" isn't - it's getting a bit minging by then, and call it old fashioned, just that when shops were open at one time, they usually had stock in to sell!

Then again maybe it is an age thing, most kids eat nothing but processed crap so they probably don't notice when it's old!

Thank God for Morrisons, many empty shelves too, but at least I caught them with minutes to spare to closing time, and SOME stuff to buy.
#11
andrewfmills
The sixth veg was swede. Just had some in a stew.

For the record my Aldi was half empty too - a member of staff had told me "transport" has decided not to deliver today.


Was on the M6 on Saturday evening and it was wall to wall with Sainsbury's and ASDA vehicles on the way up and down the motorway, so clearly some companies were getting deliveries, that's why I assumed I would be able to buy things everywhere!
#12
Thanks Becca im heading to Aldi on Thursday to get on the Swiss balls and a excercise/yoga mat for a tenner (thursdays deals) so i will pick up all of that veg whilst there . £2.34 for all that is a bargain .
#13
nihcaj
packard
Many stores did nut gave normal deliveries over Xmas; give then a couple if weeks sure will be back to normal


A couple of WEEKS!

In a couple of weeks I will be DEAD from starvation. It is 2011, not 1347, we have the ability to supply fresh food all year round, we don't have to dry fish and make cheese to preserve milk, we can actually have it in it's original form, although if this year is anything to go by, perhaps we will have to make other arrangements.

Why have Christmas holidays this year been such a major problem with shopping... I am 52 and can't EVER remember shops being closed on a Saturday near Xmas that has not actually been Xmas day!


the big supermarkets only closed for a whole 36 hours - its not the end of the world
#14
janz70
nihcaj
packard
Many stores did nut gave normal deliveries over Xmas; give then a couple if weeks sure will be back to normal


A couple of WEEKS!

In a couple of weeks I will be DEAD from starvation. It is 2011, not 1347, we have the ability to supply fresh food all year round, we don't have to dry fish and make cheese to preserve milk, we can actually have it in it's original form, although if this year is anything to go by, perhaps we will have to make other arrangements.

Why have Christmas holidays this year been such a major problem with shopping... I am 52 and can't EVER remember shops being closed on a Saturday near Xmas that has not actually been Xmas day!


the big supermarkets only closed for a whole 36 hours - its not the end of the world


No, it wouldn't have been if they had just been closed for 36 hours, but a shop that has nothing you can buy is as good as one that is closed, and it is just the same as if they had been closed for another 24 hours.

Having been recovering from flu, for more than 2 weeks I did NO Xmas shopping at all, and had NO Xmas at all as I was too ill to leave the house for most of that time - and last week did very little as I wasn't well enough to carry much, or push a trolley around and was relying on the shops being open as they stated, for a few fresh items, with goods on the shelves when they are open, like they always have done every other year in the last half century that I can remember.

I can't remember rationing, but I imagine it was something like this - totally empty shelves with no milk, bread or vegetables at all. I must ask my Mother about it.

So all in all it wasn't the end of the world for you but it was pretty difficult for me.

Edited By: nihcaj on Jan 03, 2011 20:37
#15
nihcaj
janz70
nihcaj
packard
Many stores did nut gave normal deliveries over Xmas; give then a couple if weeks sure will be back to normal


A couple of WEEKS!

In a couple of weeks I will be DEAD from starvation. It is 2011, not 1347, we have the ability to supply fresh food all year round, we don't have to dry fish and make cheese to preserve milk, we can actually have it in it's original form, although if this year is anything to go by, perhaps we will have to make other arrangements.

Why have Christmas holidays this year been such a major problem with shopping... I am 52 and can't EVER remember shops being closed on a Saturday near Xmas that has not actually been Xmas day!


the big supermarkets only closed for a whole 36 hours - its not the end of the world


No, it wouldn't have been if they had just been closed for 36 hours, but a shop that has nothing you can buy is as good as one that is closed, and it is just the same as if they had been closed for another 24 hours.

Having been recovering from flu, for more than 2 weeks I did NO Xmas shopping at all, and had NO Xmas at all as I was too ill to leave the house for most of that time - and last week did very little as I wasn't well enough to carry much, or push a trolley around and was relying on the shops being open as they stated, for a few fresh items, with goods on the shelves when they are open, like they always have done every other year in the last half century that I can remember.

I can't remember rationing, but I imagine it was something like this - totally empty shelves with no milk, bread or vegetables at all. I must ask my Mother about it.

So all in all it wasn't the end of the world for you but it was pretty difficult for me.


Aldi is proper poo, I dont get why you are moaning about it?

They have checkouts about 30 miles long long to put your items on but only a 5cm area to bag your items which you cant do you have to throw in all in your trolly and bag it up elsewhere.

Try using another branded supermarket where they at least ask you if you need bags (which are free)
#16
Bleedin eck , somebody get the violins out !! We've all had the flu over Christmas . Its funny because usually the old ones say things like "These youngsters of today wouldnt have lasted 5 minutes in the trenches " This old grump is an execption to the rule , wants everything on a plate . Surely if you where actually starving to death to you could have got a member of family or a friend to get you some grub in . Ah well , i hope your getting over the flu now and cheer up a bit for the new year.
#17
MinerWilly
Bleedin eck , somebody get the violins out !! We've all had the flu over Christmas . Its funny because usually the old ones say things like "These youngsters of today wouldnt have lasted 5 minutes in the trenches " This old grump is an execption to the rule , wants everything on a plate . Surely if you where actually starving to death to you could have got a member of family or a friend to get you some grub in . Ah well , i hope your getting over the flu now and cheer up a bit for the new year.


I don't think we all HAVE had flu, its common at the moment, but not that common.
You probably had just a mild cold, certainly so if you were managing to get out of the house and shop. Those with flu couldn't.
Being disabled, I find life pretty hard to start with, there isn't a big army of people who help the disabled, the vast majority just have to get on and do it themselves; but I don't want you to worry about it, all I want is a shop that is open when it says it will be, and one that has goods to buy on the shelf. Something that for the first time ever has been a big problem.

I do however get great satisfaction that one day you will understand PERFECTLY the problem I suffer - disability is a certainty in this life, (or something far worse, you die long before you get old and crippled!) so while you can't see that now, even though it might be many years off. So while you have an easy life now, and automatically assume everyone else has, I know you will understand eventually :-)
#18
dj_lloyde
Aldi is proper poo, I dont get why you are moaning about it?

They have checkouts about 30 miles long long to put your items on but only a 5cm area to bag your items which you cant do you have to throw in all in your trolly and bag it up elsewhere.

Try using another branded supermarket where they at least ask you if you need bags (which are free)


On the contrary, normally they do NOT have long queues, and the packing system means it is fast, not like in some supermarkets (eg. ASDA being worst) where it is ten minutes while someone packs every individual item.

That's a major reason why I use the place, just fr some reason they got it totally wrong over the Xmas period :-(
1 Like #19
I love Aldi. Where else can I guarantee I get my five-a-day without bankrupting myself?! Not only that, but the quality is top class! Aldi forever! :)

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