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Alesto 12 Mini Raisin Snack Pack, 168g, exclusive to Lidl, 69p, at Lidl

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Alesto 12 Mini Raisin Snack Pack, 168g, exclusive to Lidl, 69p, at Lidl. Simply put, loads of raisins, at next to nothing ... These were in the original Stratford Shopping Centre (pre-Stratford
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have been 2 x 12 for £1 at poundworld recently, but not on the shelves lately.

cheaper to buy 500g of raisins and put them in tupperware....
Their chocolate coated raisins are good and on offer at 59p per 200g bag.
Addictive though!

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SINGER Sewing Machine £79.99 @ LIDL

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From 18tth of August, Lidl are having a sewing event. SAME MACHINE HERE FOR £159.00: http://www.singermachines.co.uk/singer-tradition-2282.htm?gclid=CKbPifjIu84CFcW4GwodvJIJXA The model det…
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The cashier told me that they sold this model last year and also in 2014 and it came with a 3 year guarantee. I'm not sure if this is the case as there's no mention of this on the receipt.
Did well in last years test review in Germany.
Number 1 out of 9 reviewed.

http://www.testberichte.de/p/singer-tests/tradition-2282-testbericht.html
Edsmum
Re comment 21. Please be aware that COOPERS mentioned here is a company featured on Watchdog a couple of years ago. Google Coopers sewing machines and beware!
Thanks for that. I wondered why they'd changed the name of the company. That explains it. So on top of making themselves look like part of Singer (which they're not ) they're covering over the old Cooper name. Best avoided I think.
Bagged one this morning.
Says
Model 2282
Prod. be 230036-251
IAN NO 271595
Order no 7410630
Made in Vietnam

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Masterbrew beers (500ml) just 55p at selected Lidl stores.

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I did a 'tour' of several Lidl stores around Birmingham yesterday (looking for one of their 'specials') and they all had cases of various Shepherd Neame 'Masterbrew' beers (500ml) reduced, some to 79p…
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Zero success in Wigan for this deal.
Posted a week ago but some prices have dropped. I'll have to drop back in!
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/shepherd-neame-ale-lidl-instore-74p-2489735?p=28527773
I should have added that the actual beer I chose is called 'Amber Ale', one of a range under the 'Master Brewer's Choice' sub-brand as the description sounded like my sort of beer. They had a number of other ones though, ranging from 'Double Stout' to a very light summery one (can't remember name). At 55p, 79p even, I wouldn't be too fussy; at least it's not some fizzy, tasteless, over-hyped lager (yes, I do know there are good lagers but they're not seen too often).

HUKD has added a picture of the beer called 'Master Brew'; they do sell that in Lidl but I don't think it was one of the 55p/79p ones in the stores I went to.

Edited By: Besford on Aug 12, 2016 16:14
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Besford

I did a 'tour' of several Lidl stores around Birmingham yesterday
Doing a tour of Lidl stores in Birmingham? Surely there must be better things to do in Brum? Anyone? :p
Nope, that's about as good as it gets - tour Brum and meet the world (almost literally).

It took me four stores to find the item I wanted but the beer was a nice bonus for my trouble!


Edited By: Besford on Aug 12, 2016 16:05
Besford

I did a 'tour' of several Lidl stores around Birmingham yesterday

Doing a tour of Lidl stores in Birmingham? Surely there must be better things to do in Brum? Anyone? :p
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Lidl Dentalux toothpaste - 35p and 39p 125ml

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Lidl Dentalux toothpaste has been reduced to 35p and 39p. 35p includes the herbal fresh and mint fresh and the 39p ones include sensitive plus, whitening plus and one other (can't remember) 125ml
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I've been using the complex 7 variety for the last 18 months and have not had any problems at the dentist, in fact I have not required a dental clean during this time either.

One comment at the beginning mentioned no SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate) this is one of the reasons many feel the toothpaste is not doing its job as SLS is a foaming agent (which they also use in shampoos), so less foaming in the mouth.

The trouble with SLS in toothpaste is the possible side effects of mouth ulcers. I've experienced these nasties for many years, but once I switched to this Lidl toothpaste no more mouth ulcers. Its difficult to find SLS free toothpaste so at 39p this is a bargain!

PS...for other mouth ulcer suffers, a chemist recommended a 'cure' to me 40 odd years ago, now it might be a bit scary, but I have recently seen it being discussed on the internet which is the use of an old fashioned caustic pencil like this
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bray-Health-and-Leisure-Caustic/dp/B004OX9P6Y/ref=pd_sim_121_2?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=M8XQ675T706ES5JKX7D2
A quick touch of the pencil on the ulcer cleared it up for me in a day. Anyone trying this is entirely at their own risk of cause.


Edited By: edash on Sep 11, 2016 21:30
Here in Leicester on the abbey lane, there is a new aldi opoening literally on the opposite side of the road to Asda, a conservative estimate about 30metres apart. And yes I've noticed recently as you walk into asda they have offers, as they define it, on fruit and vegetables, hum that sounds familiar!
benchaud

Lidl and aldi are nothing like when they first came here when they were cheap and nasty, now they are qualty and value, and judging by their expansion many people agree.
A good statement and correct. Some of the top of the range items are excellent quality. Lidl Deluxe range for example.
Both Lidl and Aldi are expanding in my area and Aldi had a massive impact on Morrisons last year locally. Lo and behold, Lidl are building a store soon even closer to that same Morrisons. One good thing about Morrisons, it's easier to get served! One bad thing about Morrisons, they often overcharge!
I love seeing the price cuts in all the big supermarkets. They promote the new lower prices as if they are doing their customers a favour! They've been ripping off their punters for years and the price drops are all down to Lidl and Aldi. Make no mistake, the big supermarkets do NOT want to drop their prices! But, they have to, the little supermarkets call the shots. Times may change, but not too soon.
I prefer lidl dentalux complex 7 to the Colgate total version, and at about 20% of the price to, the big brands are still making an absolute killing when they are on offer at £1 or so a tube and people run like lemmings thinking they have a great deal, if lidl are making money at 59p per 125ml tube, then the major brands are ripping people of all day every day.

Still someone has to pay for the marketing/ brainwashing costs, and no longer will it be me.

Also Lidl and Aldi brands are not comparable with the very cheap supermarket own labels, they are competing with supermarket high level own brands, and also the well known brands, I have compared quite a lot of stuff and generally the lidl aldi stuff is better than the branded goods and also cheaper.

Lidl and aldi are nothing like when they first came here when they were cheap and nasty, now they are qualty and value, and judging by their expansion many people agree.

Edited By: benchaud on Sep 10, 2016 19:25
Thanks Op. I usually get this so was able to stock up. Cracking product and have been using for years. This stuff has been tested and reviewed many times in Germany German Review of Whitening Complex 5. here is a generic review in English http://www.thelocal.de/20130221/48105
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Spices BOGOF at Lidl. 25p each.

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Lidl are doing BOGOF on all their Asian packets. Their Asian week has now ended apparently hence the clearance and BOGOF. In my opinion, they were good value at 49p each but BOGOF even better. All lon…
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Wagonwheel
Not sure why the photo's been changed from the actual, informative photo of the products I actually posted?!
​ha ha that's a pic of my local lidl
You live in Italy like mate - thats a promo photo from the new spec from the first one in Italy (although I admit they do all look similar now.....)
bogof @ Huddersfield store too - includes soy sauce 79p (250ml)

Edited By: is28 on Aug 12, 2016 13:35: update
Course Chili powder, course Ginger, Dried Chili. Lemongrass, Ginger powder....if the original picture hadn't been somehow changed, it would've helped.
mamdennis2010
Wagonwheel
Not sure why the photo's been changed from the actual, informative photo of the products I actually posted?!
​ha ha that's a pic of my local lidl

How do you know - they come out of a kit and pretty much all look the same these days?
Which spices
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Various Salad Items Half Price @ LIDL. Whole Cucumbers 18p, Iceberg Lettuce 19p, Celery 22p...

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Popped into my local LIDL this morning and along with the updated fresh offers for the week seen various salad items for half price. I asked the assistant and he said they should be national and will
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Just been there, a lot of savings on fruits and veg across the store, beef tomatoes 99p a kilo (though I was charged £1.59, but couldn't be bothered to go back). Pack of lemons 64p, Pears 99p a kilo, Braeburn apples 94p a kilo etc.
https://s10.postimg.org/wz4k0tow9/cucumber.png

Edited By: 937666 on Aug 11, 2016 20:29: X)
OllyA95
poshaffi
Which store op? & any1 seen these in their local lidl store or not?
Seen in Warminster :)


​thanks for your reply x
summerof76
I was in Lidl this afternoon and I paid 74p for 2 cucumbers, so it can't be national (_;)
Selected stores was 37p when I went LIDL Earlier.
I was in Lidl this afternoon and I paid 74p for 2 cucumbers, so it can't be national (_;)
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LIDL PICK OF THE WEEK DEALS 11-17th Wild Rocket 39p, Cherry Tomatoes 39p, Onions 39p, Red Pepper 39p, Turkey Steaks £1.89, Pulled Pork £1.59, Ham Leg £24.99, Deluxe Burgers £1.89 |||||| 18-24th July Avocado 59p, Garlic 59p, Mini Veg 59p, Potatoes 59p

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LIDL PICK OF THE WEEK DEALS 11th Thursday August - 17th Wednesday August Oaklands Red Peppers 39p Oaklands Wild Rocket 70g 39p Oaklands Onions 1 kg 39p Oaklands Cherry Tomatoes 250g 39p Meat…
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lassy
brownt7
I swear they're prices aren't as cheap as they used to be?
Me to I also miss the half price weekend deals which was a big saving for someone on a budget, now hardlyworth the effort only go in now if I'm passing which is not often. Big mistake by lidl me thinks


The half price deals were awesome. I'd come out with 6 of everything!
diamondnine
brownt7
I swear they're prices aren't as cheap as they used to be?
You are correct, prices have been creeping up and the weight of a lot of items has been coming down. Some biscuits now have a lower weight but cost the same, tuna has reduced from about 160g to about 130g but same price and we noticed last week that the blue things you put in the toilet cistern to colour the water have reduced from a 4 pack to a 3 pack but will they still be 99p?

Still continue shopping there though.......


Us too. Still so much cheaper. We never get grapes there. Find them rubbish.
brownt7
I swear they're prices aren't as cheap as they used to be?
Me to I also miss the half price weekend deals which was a big saving for someone on a budget, now hardlyworth the effort only go in now if I'm passing which is not often. Big mistake by lidl me thinks
brownt7
I swear they're prices aren't as cheap as they used to be?
You are correct, prices have been creeping up and the weight of a lot of items has been coming down. Some biscuits now have a lower weight but cost the same, tuna has reduced from about 160g to about 130g but same price and we noticed last week that the blue things you put in the toilet cistern to colour the water have reduced from a 4 pack to a 3 pack but will they still be 99p?

Still continue shopping there though.......
July? oO
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Burts Potato Chips (150g) ONLY 99p at Lidl

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Burts Potato Chips (Sea Salt or Devon Roast Beef = 150g) ONLY 99p
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I doubt very much if they have all their crisps purely as space is at a premium.
Skypie
I thought the Lidls own brand potato chips tasted better than these!

And 20p cheaper kerching!
I thought the Lidls own brand potato chips tasted better than these!
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Men's & ladies crocs shoe £14.99 @ Lidl

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Men's & ladies crocs shoe @ Lidl from 11th Aug.
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I've just been to Lidl to buy some and they weren't like any proper Crocs I've ever seen or worn and felt like B&M specials.
They seem to be a very budget version with some dodgy name on but with 'by Crocs' after the brand name.
They didn't even have the Croc symbol on the heel strap buckle, If you look at the grey pair in the Lidl photos they are the type they are selling and NOT the other proper Crocs like the other photos show.

Edited By: paulandpam1 on Aug 11, 2016 16:34
I like to rock out with my crocs out!
And sometimes ankle socks to keep my feet warm!
SandstormBargains
blue1971
Surely a bloke in flip-flops is far worse !
​nope I wear flip flops all the time and make it look damn good.
unfortunately there is no way anyone could EVER make these look good. No celebs, fashion designers or endorsements.

Is that you Steven Bear?.....Cause your a Cock....;)
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SandstormBargains
blue1971
Surely a bloke in flip-flops is far worse !
​nope I wear flip flops all the time and make it look damn good.
unfortunately there is no way anyone could EVER make these look good. No celebs, fashion designers or endorsements.

Flip flops and socks ? X)

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Kids crocs shoe £9.99 @ Lidl

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Kids crocs shoe @ Lidl starting 11th Aug.
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Son loves his crocs, time to get a few sizes up for him.
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PARKSIDE 14.4V Li-Ion 4-in-1 Combination Tool (drill, sabre saw, multi-sander and multi-function tool) - £59.99

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3 year warranty. If it's the same sort of quality as the other Parkside tools I've bought then this is a steal! Details: Extremely versatile battery operated tool which functions as a drill, sabre…
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Nitrition Mixer Pro £29.99 @ Lidl

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Nutrition Mixer Pro only £29.99 and comes with a 3 year warrenty
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is this the same as the last one they had, it was noisy but but good.

thanks
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Jamon Serrano Reserva Ham Leg - 6.5kg /7.5kg - £24.99 - LIDL - Includes Stand and Knife for Carving - 12 Months Matured

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This is the cheapest that I've seen this offered in Lidl (usually £29.99) - and now also includes a stand and knife for carving 38.4p - 33.3p/100g Exclusive Spanish Serrano Ham, cured on the bone
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bloc
why would you pay to eat rotten meat?


It's not rotten meat. It's cured. Salted and air dried the same as Parma ham.
People have been preserving food in this way for centuries.
These cheaper ones aren't as nice tasting as something like Pata Negra, but then that should be obvious when it's under £30 and the best stuff costs hundreds, if not thousands, of pounds (mental!)
As others have said, you need to slice this wafer thin with a razor sharp, flexible knife. Failing that you can cut it up and use in cooking,in things like a carbonara, or the fattier bits as a replacement for pancetta/lardons of bacon.
Definitely watch a YouTube vid or two if you're thinking of buying one as you need to know how to prepare, carve and care for these in order to get the best from them
why would you pay to eat rotten meat?
dannyblackbeard
What on earth do you do with all that meat? oO
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaNzrXAUHBk
wdh

2/ you can see just how thin (near transparent) it needs to be sliced - otherwise you will be complaining it is like "old work boots". You need a really really sharp knife, and to use it the right way!

Yes, a proper ham knife is required. And a steel as well because you want the blade to be razor sharp every time you slice. The technique required can be seen on some Youtube videos.
Good price with stand (same as Asda last Christmas) and this adds a knife (though its adequacy remains to be seen).

IF you don't know what this thing is but are tempted - then buy a pre-pack of pre-sliced ham NOW (before the promo) so that
1/ you can see whether its something you like
AND
2/ you can see just how thin (near transparent) it needs to be sliced - otherwise you will be complaining it is like "old work boots". You need a really really sharp knife, and to use it the right way! There are plenty of videos on YouTube to demonstrate how to carve the thing properly. Watch a few different ones (even with Spanish commentary) and you'll get the idea.
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Lidl Silvercrest twin paddle Bread maker. Instore £39.99 @ lidl now

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They had 16 in store in Clacton this afternoon, and it is probably national as it is in the lidl offer leaflet. These have a flash silver trim but otherwise look very much like their previous twin pad…
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Mine seems to leave a bit a a 'metallic residue' in the bottom of the baker like the Lild one did but really can't see any damage like the lidl one
had it a year and a half now baking 1-2 times a week
the paddle came loose once early on and scratch the bottom
still not a problem

There is a slight trace of metal powder surrounding one of the drives on my current Lidl one, but that's after a year of use at 2 - 3 loaves a week. It is less than the amount produced by a single use of my original breadmaker, also there's no significant wear on the drive fingers, so they should be good for quite a few years yet.

Someone on here suggested adding a touch more water to the recipes so that the machine doesn't work quite as hard won't spoil the bread, but will help to reduce wear. I've also got in the habit of putting the vegetable oil in first, pouring it over the spindles after the bushes in our morphy richards one started wearing out, as it stopped the ingredients leaking out and also helped lubricate the bushes.


Edited By: melted on Aug 05, 2016 12:47: punctuation
melted
thewongwing101
melted
The first machine I got a couple of years ago was faulty, so we got a morphy richards one to replace it but it didn't make decent bread, so I bought another lidl one last year and it has been absolutely fine. I think the metal U shaped bits on the bottom of the tin of the original machine weren't bent in far enough.and so damaged the drive fingers, they're bent at right angles rather than splayed out on the current one and I haven't had any problem with the machine, other than the bread rising a bit too much because I put too much yeast in (I use about 3 - 4 grams now, which is plenty). I haven't had a single bad loaf either, even when I've got the ingredients a bit out.
Oh right decided to splash out out on a Panasonic been fab :D
I nearly bought a Panasonic myself after the disappointing bread produced by the morphy richards fastbake, but I looked at the cost of replacement tins for the panasonic and decided to wait to get another Lidl one as the bread is great and a traditional loaf shape too and new tins cost peanuts.
Mine seems to leave a bit a a 'metallic residue' in the bottom of the baker like the Lild one did but really can't see any damage like the lidl one
had it a year and a half now baking 1-2 times a week
the paddle came loose once early on and scratch the bottom
still not a problem
thewongwing101
melted
The first machine I got a couple of years ago was faulty, so we got a morphy richards one to replace it but it didn't make decent bread, so I bought another lidl one last year and it has been absolutely fine. I think the metal U shaped bits on the bottom of the tin of the original machine weren't bent in far enough.and so damaged the drive fingers, they're bent at right angles rather than splayed out on the current one and I haven't had any problem with the machine, other than the bread rising a bit too much because I put too much yeast in (I use about 3 - 4 grams now, which is plenty). I haven't had a single bad loaf either, even when I've got the ingredients a bit out.
Oh right decided to splash out out on a Panasonic been fab :D


I nearly bought a Panasonic myself after the disappointing bread produced by the morphy richards fastbake, but I looked at the cost of replacement tins for the panasonic and decided to wait to get another Lidl one as the bread is great and a traditional loaf shape too and new tins cost peanuts.
Looks like this should be national even though I can't see it on their website, it is in lidl's offer leaflet :- http://leaflet.lidl.co.uk/d70a115d-e13f-494f-a984-b5cf22bf5bf9/html5.html#/12
I've been getting decent results with Lidls strong bread flour. They've got strong white and wholemeal flour. A 50% mix is my healthy loaf. It's made by Belbake. :3
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LIDL PICK OF THE WEEK DEALS 4-10th August Spinach 59p, Broccoli 59p, Celery 59p, Plums 59p, Pork Medallions £4.99, Haddock Fillets £2.79, Beef Joint £4.99 per kg |||||||| 11-17th August Red Pepper 39p, Wild Rocket 39p, Onions 39p, Cherry Tomatoes 39p

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LIDL PICK OF THE WEEK DEALS 4th Thursday August - 10th Wednesday August British Spinach 250g 59p Speciality Broccoli 200g 59p British Celery Sticks 350g 59p Plums 500g 59p Meat XXL Pork Loin…
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Fab thank you
Thanks for posting ...just been and stocked up with the beef which is absolutely fine and tasty :D
Jiwani80
patti
Thank you. I am going Lidl to stock up on the beef as its £10 a kg in Tesco.
I felt the taste is not as nice as tesco or Asda. Anyone else who think so?
Tastes fine to me...
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patti
Thank you. I am going Lidl to stock up on the beef as its £10 a kg in Tesco.


I felt the taste is not as nice as tesco or Asda. Anyone else who think so?
Still missing the half price weekend deals. Bring them back please, Lidl!
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Boys’ Shortie Pyjamas £3.99 @ Lidl

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Boys’ Shortie Pyjamas. With comfy cotton Sizes: 2 - 10 years Materials: Minions: Top: 90% cotton, 10% viscose; Shorts: 100% viscose Justice League: 100% cotton Turtles: 100% cotton
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Rechargable batteries - AAA, AA, C, D & 9v £2.99 at Lidl

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Hi, Decent rechargeable batteries £2.99 Bought some of these Tronic rechargeable batteries 3 to 4 years ago and they are still going, (recharged 400 to 500 times at least) so great to see these
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The AAA seemed no heavier than my lower capacity AAAs.

But now cycled twice, 3 give 1000mah and one 940mah.
This is my highest ever reading for AAA so am confident reality is giving the full 900mah.
Tr1gger
lightrider
Lidl batteries are now lower quality the AA's now weigh 8g lighter, the claimed 2400mah read only 1340mah on my charger the older one's i have are much better.
Thats disappointing, though if they fail, Lidl are quite good at refunding, just keep the receipt
Yes only for un-opened packs.
Guess they can't sell the high quality ones for £2.99 anymore , Eneloop[4packAA] cost £7.50 so Lidl could still sell the better quality batteries and undercut this price,at least before when the packaging stated 2300mah it was an accurate measure of quality.
No complaints about Lidl's food and veg just hope its not a new company policy of keep the price the same but lower the quality of the product.:|


Edited By: lightrider on Aug 03, 2016 13:52
lightrider
Lidl batteries are now lower quality the AA's now weigh 8g lighter, the claimed 2400mah read only 1340mah on my charger the older one's i have are much better.
Thats disappointing, though if they fail, Lidl are quite good at refunding, just keep the receipt

Edited By: Tr1gger on Aug 03, 2016 04:45
Lidl batteries are now lower quality the AA's now weigh 8g lighter, the claimed 2400mah read only 1340mah on my charger the older one's i have are much better.
Popped into my local Lidl yesterday morning wanting some cheap C type batteries.

Seems local Lidl only had 4 packs of the C & D type batteries and plenty of AA/AAA batteries so you may have to be quick for the C or D type batteries.

Lidl also had a charger for £15 which seems to be pretty good.
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Shepherd Neame ale at Lidl. Instore. 74p.

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Spotted a few good reductions on ales at Lidl. Double stout and Amber ale down from £1.29 to 74 p a 500 ml bottle. Cheaper than their own brand. Not on the website so may be local in Wellingborough…
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Whole heartedly agree flyan.....although I don't mind Spitfire!
Tbh, if I see a pub is Shepherd Neame, I'll pass and try the next one
My comment of 'Good price. Awful brewery' was hardly shouting. I was agreeing it was indeed a good price but I didn't like their products. I believe this is a public forum and therefore people are allowed to express their views much like you are doing now in telling me I can't express my views and previously accusing me of being a troll.

If you like their beer then power to you. Sing it from the roof tops and let the world know you love their beer but by god if someone disagrees with you you'll chastise them over the internet because someone has a differing view on something.
flyan
leeparsons
alfa111
flyan
Good price. Awful brewery.
Why awful, bad employee relations or bad beer? Double stout and the IPA are tasty.
I think hes a troll
Not at all. Personal preference. I've yet to find a beer of theirs I enjoy
Well why don't you keep your opinion to yourself, than shout out to world. We are all different from food to sex. I dont believe those should be shouted out either!
Get over what you like and dont like, and just get on with it.
leeparsons
alfa111
flyan
Good price. Awful brewery.
Why awful, bad employee relations or bad beer? Double stout and the IPA are tasty.
I think hes a troll

Not at all. Personal preference. I've yet to find a beer of theirs I enjoy
alfa111
flyan
Good price. Awful brewery.
Why awful, bad employee relations or bad beer? Double stout and the IPA are tasty.
I think hes a troll
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PARKSIDE 14.4V 4-in-1 Cordless Multi-Tool (drill/sander/saw) £59.99 @ Lidl

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while stock lasts, was available from Monday 1st Aug. 3 year warranty Drill Attachment 2-speed gearbox, max. no-load rotation speed (opm): 400 / 1,350 Single sleeve keyless chuck with spindle lo…
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When will Lidl and Aldi take a hint and supply 2 batteries with what are otherwise great products?
perhaps when people are willing to pay a bit more! 8)
TBH I bought a Bosh PSB impact driver that has 2 batteries and for light/occasional DIY I can't see any use for 2 batteries.
If you're serious about constant use then I suppose you pay for more/better.
If you can't see the use there's no point in me trying to explain.
So if I could see the use in having 2 batteries, you would explain to me what I already know? :{:{ hmmm

No. If you could see the point there would be a need. Since you can't see the obvious why bother.

Hmmm.oO
I would actually prefer their separate cordless tools which can share batteries.
With this, one broken motor equals 4 broken tools.
OOps , soz , same price.....................never checked :|
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When will Lidl and Aldi take a hint and supply 2 batteries with what are otherwise great products?
perhaps when people are willing to pay a bit more! 8)
TBH I bought a Bosh PSB impact driver that has 2 batteries and for light/occasional DIY I can't see any use for 2 batteries.
If you're serious about constant use then I suppose you pay for more/better.


If you can't see the use there's no point in me trying to explain.


So if I could see the use in having 2 batteries, you would explain to me what I already know? :{:{ hmmm
loofer
worthinger
When will Lidl and Aldi take a hint and supply 2 batteries with what are otherwise great products?
perhaps when people are willing to pay a bit more! 8)
TBH I bought a Bosh PSB impact driver that has 2 batteries and for light/occasional DIY I can't see any use for 2 batteries.
If you're serious about constant use then I suppose you pay for more/better.


If you can't see the use there's no point in me trying to explain.
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12" Freshly baked Sandwich Baguettes only 19p @ Lidl.

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I'm totally addicted to these! They're usually 25p each but currently they're only 19p which is too cheap in my opinion. They're very tasty and a cheap way to make a very nice sandwich sub.
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[quote=garygdicker]there the best
They're the best. This is a contraction of 'They are the best' with the letter 'a' shown as being omitted by the use of a comma. You now have no excuse for ever getting this wrong again. You're welcome!
Incorrect use of an exclamation mark. Don't do it again.
Why?

Edited By: encybrit58 on Aug 03, 2016 22:55
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Fresh from frozen Dough like all supermarket
Some supermarkets actually make fresh bread from scratch.
Majority of supermarkets only bake-off in store, the few products they make in store are usually the extremely simple tin breads.
I can only speak for one supermarket but others should be the same. The one I work in has white, wholemeal, granary, seeded and two in one tin from scratch. All baguettes from scratch, bloomers from scratch. White, wholemeal, granary, seeded, crusty, hot x and teacake buns from scratch. Pancakes, loaf cakes, meringues and macaroons from scratch.
I work in NPD designing the products made for the supermarkets. Speciality artisan breads aren't made in store, the majority of Sainsbury's giraffe range along with ASDA's tiger range is bake-off only. Most supermarkets are looking to pull instore fresh lines due to cost and the inability for the instore teams to produce consistency from store to store.
So if I made tiger baguettes, tiger bloomers, tiger tin and tiger cobs from scratch in store you'd be surprised?
No, however a large majority of stores only bake off and will continue to move from making products in store to just bake off.
In my experience with the bakery I work in that's far from the truth.
Well which one is it then? Are you going to at least give us a clue?
encybrit58
[quote=garygdicker]there the best
They're the best. This is a contraction of 'They are the best' with the letter 'a' shown as being omitted by the use of a comma. You now have no excuse for ever getting this wrong again. You're welcome!
Incorrect use of an exclamation mark. Don't do it again.
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love lidl bakery

Not really a bakery.
No real bakers are there.


​still good tho
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adi0604
Fresh from frozen Dough like all supermarket
Some supermarkets actually make fresh bread from scratch.
Majority of supermarkets only bake-off in store, the few products they make in store are usually the extremely simple tin breads.
I can only speak for one supermarket but others should be the same. The one I work in has white, wholemeal, granary, seeded and two in one tin from scratch. All baguettes from scratch, bloomers from scratch. White, wholemeal, granary, seeded, crusty, hot x and teacake buns from scratch. Pancakes, loaf cakes, meringues and macaroons from scratch.
I work in NPD designing the products made for the supermarkets. Speciality artisan breads aren't made in store, the majority of Sainsbury's giraffe range along with ASDA's tiger range is bake-off only. Most supermarkets are looking to pull instore fresh lines due to cost and the inability for the instore teams to produce consistency from store to store.
I get the sense some products are frozen and defrosted in store to sell, hence the "this product is not suitable for freezing" labels.
Pretty much, it's just baked from frozen in store which is how they can claim it's baked in store (not made though!).

Depends on what and where. A lot of products are made from scratch.

The History of Lidl

LidlLidl has become a common sight on British high streets over the past 10 years, and has risen out of nowhere to challenge the UK’s major supermarkets. The company was actually founded in 1930s Germany, but started opening stores across Europe in the 1970s. The first UK store opened back in 1994, and there are now more than 600 Lidl stores dotted across Britain.

Where to Buy Lidl’s Products

Most people buy Lidl products from one of the company’s UK stores. To find the nearest Lidl outlet to your home or workplace, head to the firm’s website and use the Store Finder. The tool can also be used to find out the opening hours of your local Lidl, which is always useful to know.

Lidl currently does not offer an online ordering service, so all customers must travel to a nearby store to make their purchases.

Product Categories Offered By Lidl

Lidl is most famous as a seller of basic groceries at extremely low prices. Products on offer at every store include fresh fruit and vegetables, cheese, pasta, sauces, baking goods like sugar and flour, processed meat, bakery items, desserts, canned foods, frozen ready meals, breakfast cereals, confectionery, soft drinks, alcoholic drinks, crackers, milk and eggs.

It's also a great place to stock up on beer and other party items for birthdays or sporting events.

The Lidl product range is also broken down into the following categories:

  • Electronics and Appliances – Includes a wide range of household items such as toasters and kettles, TV remote controls, electric toothbrushes and even blood pressure monitors.
  • DIY Essentials – Includes power tools, DIY materials and accessories, gloves and other protective equipment.
  • Toys and Family – Includes cut-price toys for all ages as well as party items and children’s magazines. The store also stocks plenty of children’s clothing, with designs for both boys and girls.
  • Fashion – Lidl sells bargain clothing for men and women, including jeans, footwear, coats and jackets, dresses and t-shirts.
  • The Wine Cellar – Showcasing Lidl’s wide range of wines. Lidl has become a major player in the UK’s wine sector in recent years, undercutting other retailers on price. You can find quality vintages from countries like France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Chile, Hungary, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, and even the UK.
  • Like Meat, Love Lidl – Lidl has also branched out into providing fresh, locally sourced meat for its customers (British reared meat carries the Red Tractor logo, so look out for that when you shop).
  • Fish – Lidl stocks a range of seafood products, all of them assured by the Marine Stewardship Council, making sure that they come from sustainable stocks. You can find almost any kind of seafood at Lidl, even luxury items like crab and lobster.

Fresh food on Lidl.co.uk

Lidl also provide services, including a photo printing service at www.lidl-photos.co.uk, allowing customers to print out digital snaps and turn them into professional photo albums. The website at lidl.co.uk also holds extensive recipe pages where you can get inspiration for your next meal from the world´s most popular kitchens, such as American, Asian, British, French, Greek and Italian.

Ham and Broccoli Muffins by Lidl Recipes

Brands Stocked By Lidl

Lidl shopping cartMany of Lidl’s products are produced specifically for the supermarket chain and carry their own unique branding. This allows Lidl to reduce the costs of production and offer products of a similar quality to other supermarkets at a fraction of the price.

Other major brands on offer at most Lidls include:

Finding Bargains at lidl.co.uk

Finding great deals at Lidl should be simple. After all, it is one of the world’s biggest cut-price retailers. However, you can actually save money on in-store prices by checking out the latest deals before at www.lidl.co.uk.

The Our Offers section of the website includes all of the latest deals from Lidl, with weekly offers on fresh fruit and vegetables, DIY essentials, electronics and other items.

Many of the offers on the Lidl website are timed to coincide with seasonal events like Christmas, Easter and Bank Holidays, so when you are planning a get together, check out their deals to save money on party essentials.

Lidl black friday dealsMany of these mini-sales can be found at the Sensational Deals section of the Lidl website. This also includes the Pick of the Week and sections devoted to summer snacks and children’s football products.

Be sure to check out Lidl’s sales pages, social media and HotUKDeals listings as Black Friday approaches in late November. Along with many high street names, Lidl will be offering big discounts on Black Friday, so don’t miss out.

Payment Methods Accepted by Lidl

Lidl customers can pay by cash or major credit and debit cards. The company’s in-store checkouts can process contactless payments, helping to make the payment process faster. Each checkout area also includes a packing bench to make it easier to organise your shopping after payment.

Returning Items to Lidl

  • For food items purchased from Lidl, customers can return any items that they are not happy with up to 30 days after purchase (providing they are within the best before date). The store will then provide a full refund. If you return food items after the 30 days have elapsed, a replacement may be provided instead. Always remember to take your receipt with you when you seek a refund.
  • Lidl also allows customers to request a refund for defective non-food items. If you are unhappy with a non-food item, you have 12 months to return it to a Lidl store.
  • To return a non-food item, you will need proof-of-purchase. When you have found your receipt, take it with the item(s) to a Lidl store and you will be provided with a replacement or a full refund.
  • If a fault develops with a non-food item after the 12 months have passed, you may still be able to secure a refund or replacement.
  • To seek a refund in this case, contact Lidl’s customer services team on 0800 9777766 or 0370 4441234 (Monday to Saturday from 8:00-20:00, Sunday from 10:00-17:00). A staff member will discuss the next steps towards securing a refund.
  • You can also request a refund for any non-food items that you don’t want within 30 days of purchase. However, any items must be returned in their original packaging and you must supply your receipt.

Lidl’s Social Media Presence

Lidl recipesLidl have an active social media presence on most of the major platforms. If you want to keep track of their sales or find out about their products, these social media channels are a great place to look. You can find Lidl at:

My Lidl is another source of information about Lidl’s products and promotions. It includes regular recipes, activity suggestions and product reviews as well as links to Lidl’s brochures and leaflets. Customers can also join groups or chat forums on My Lidl that deal with specialist areas like wine, gardening and cookery.

Lidl also issue a regular newsletter to subscribers, featuring product updates and brochures, and you can sign up on their website.

Using the Lidl App

Lidl have created a handy app to make shopping at their stores even easier. The app includes a store locator with easy to follow maps, a product search function, the ability to bookmark your favourite products and Lidl Explore, to find recipes and product videos. You can download the app for Android phones at the Google Play Store or for iOS devices at the iTunes Store.

Contacting Lidl

If you want to get in touch with Lidl the best way to do so is by calling their customer service team on their telephone number at 0800 9777766 or 0370 4441234 (Monday to Saturday from 8:00-20:00, Sunday from 10:00-17:00).

You can also email customer services at [email protected] or fill in an online contact form.

Furthermore, you can write to Lidl UK’s head office at:

  • Lidl UK GmbH
  • 19 Worple Road
  • Wimbledon
  • London, SW19 4JS
  • United Kingdom

For most simple queries, the help resources on Lidl’s UK home page should be sufficient. They also have a Lidl size calculator making the purchase of ill-fitting clothes history.

Lidl is a huge retailer. For many people they are the first-stop when they are shopping for items like food and drink, cleaning products and other household essentials. They may already offer low prices, but customers can enjoy even bigger savings by checking out the deals on offer at the Lidl HotUKDeals pages.