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Lidl: £10 off £40 and long queues because they can't be bothered to open more than 1 or 2 checkouts

Aldi: No £5 off, but a helluva lot quicker because the staff do at least try to keep queues moving

Heat though - thanks OP
Edited by: "Newbold" 12th Nov 2018
Use your MyWaitrose card to get a free paper, free coffee then drive over to Lidl
Daily Mail. Starter fuel for the wood burning stove and a Lidl Voucher - bargain.
Newbold12/11/2018 17:32

Lidl: £5 off £40 and long queues because they can't be bothered to open m …Lidl: £5 off £40 and long queues because they can't be bothered to open more than 1 or 2 checkoutsAldi: No £5 off, but a helluva lot quicker because the staff do at least try to keep queues movingHeat though - thanks OP


£10 off makes Lidl worth it though

Just I've personally never spent £40 in Lidl
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Lidl: £10 off £40 and long queues because they can't be bothered to open more than 1 or 2 checkouts

Aldi: No £5 off, but a helluva lot quicker because the staff do at least try to keep queues moving

Heat though - thanks OP
Edited by: "Newbold" 12th Nov 2018
Newbold12/11/2018 17:32

Lidl: £5 off £40 and long queues because they can't be bothered to open m …Lidl: £5 off £40 and long queues because they can't be bothered to open more than 1 or 2 checkoutsAldi: No £5 off, but a helluva lot quicker because the staff do at least try to keep queues movingHeat though - thanks OP


£10 off makes Lidl worth it though

Just I've personally never spent £40 in Lidl
Newbold12/11/2018 17:32

Lidl: £5 off £40 and long queues because they can't be bothered to open m …Lidl: £5 off £40 and long queues because they can't be bothered to open more than 1 or 2 checkoutsAldi: No £5 off, but a helluva lot quicker because the staff do at least try to keep queues movingHeat though - thanks OP


My Lidl has no queues, but I go in at 9am.

OP, there is £5 voucher in the free Lidl magazine so no need to buy newspapers.

I can spend £40 no bother in Lidl
Edited by: "ellie27" 12th Nov 2018
Nice find
Great thankyou
Treboeth12/11/2018 17:47

£10 off makes Lidl worth it though Just I've personally never spent …£10 off makes Lidl worth it though Just I've personally never spent £40 in Lidl



Worse still in Scotland where you can't add any booze to boost your total to £40+
Would this discount work on fireworks?
SpyJoe18 m ago

Would this discount work on fireworks?


I've used a voucher for fireworks before.
tomba12/11/2018 18:55

Worse still in Scotland where you can't add any booze to boost your total …Worse still in Scotland where you can't add any booze to boost your total to £40+


I Use the money off vouchers no bother on booze in Glasgow. Tesco vouchers say same at back, never had a problem.
SpyJoe12/11/2018 18:59

Would this discount work on fireworks?


It should. Apparently there are no restrictions in regards to what you're buying.
tomba24 m ago

Worse still in Scotland where you can't add any booze to boost your total …Worse still in Scotland where you can't add any booze to boost your total to £40+


Give it a go any way.
Mail is a great paper
Newbold4 h, 56 m ago

Lidl: £10 off £40 and long queues because they can't be bothered to open m …Lidl: £10 off £40 and long queues because they can't be bothered to open more than 1 or 2 checkoutsAldi: No £5 off, but a helluva lot quicker because the staff do at least try to keep queues movingHeat though - thanks OP


Happy to queue for a 25% discount on already low priced items.
Use your MyWaitrose card to get a free paper, free coffee then drive over to Lidl
The voucher is in Daily Mail ?
So, its going to be in friday's Metro newspaper?
Daily Mail. Starter fuel for the wood burning stove and a Lidl Voucher - bargain.
When it will be out in Metro?
John.Host13/11/2018 17:36

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Lol hardly, I'd have thought the more conservative a person the more they're likely shop in Waitrose and M&S as they generally have more money
e4kenndr31 m ago

Lol hardly, I'd have thought the more conservative a person the more …Lol hardly, I'd have thought the more conservative a person the more they're likely shop in Waitrose and M&S as they generally have more money


So the Mail is full of M&S and Waitrose shoppers ?.
please can anyone upload a picture of it? Thanks
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ellie2712th Nov

I Use the money off vouchers no bother on booze in Glasgow. Tesco vouchers …I Use the money off vouchers no bother on booze in Glasgow. Tesco vouchers say same at back, never had a problem.


I,ve got Tesco ones to work by spending the discount on food eg 12quid off 60. Buy 60quid of booze and 12quid of food/mixers and get it for 60 notes.
ellie2712th Nov

My Lidl has no queues, but I go in at 9am. OP, there is £5 voucher in the …My Lidl has no queues, but I go in at 9am. OP, there is £5 voucher in the free Lidl magazine so no need to buy newspapers. I can spend £40 no bother in Lidl


Oh went to lidl today, spent 50 quid,queued for ages(i was right back at the toilet rolls ya know....didn't know about cooopons ...
Edited by: "ivotedyes" 14th Nov 2018
No queues in my local brand new generation store. Not because theres more tills but because most people now realise the prices are nothing special now and people have gone back to our morrisons or to the new aldi instead.
Newbold12/11/2018 17:32

Lidl: £10 off £40 and long queues because they can't be bothered to open m …Lidl: £10 off £40 and long queues because they can't be bothered to open more than 1 or 2 checkoutsAldi: No £5 off, but a helluva lot quicker because the staff do at least try to keep queues movingHeat though - thanks OP


it is not that they don't bother but:
1) in a lot of stores people call sick and daily work has to be done
2) some people in the morning help a lot to mostly stupid customers questions and than afternoon shift has to catch up with daily duties
If you didn't work in managerial position of discount trade industry that you will never understand how much work has to be done during day - it is not just tills and serving customers, so it will happened that people has to wait in peak times, especially in high stores where average spend is lower. Would you work in store at 9:30-10:00, 12:00-13:00 and 15:30-18:30 because those are usually busy times? In Aldi it works better than in Lidl but in peak times you still have to wait.
I wonder what business you work? BT? EDF? Council? All of them wasted over an hour of my time each and I am not crying or complaining but when I worked in retail industry that the most people that they were complaining they were people on benefits that they are complaining about everything or the ones that they need to buy 2l cider bottle and can't wait few minutes to open it.
Please don't think about it as personal attack but try to understand people in various places - they don't have influence there. If you have 3 people on closing shift (2 are already on tills) that think that they need to have breaks, they need to clean store, they need to check best before dates, they need to prepare reports and they still have another incoming issues.
Sometimes it is better to relax and read newspaper in a meantime (next to tills) than only stress more people that they are working there. It will be better for your health too
hooray.henry14/11/2018 00:58

No queues in my local brand new generation store. Not because theres more …No queues in my local brand new generation store. Not because theres more tills but because most people now realise the prices are nothing special now and people have gone back to our morrisons or to the new aldi instead.


Ours is a nice new Lidl too, with around 12 checkouts. They rarely ever open more than 1 or 2 though, preferring to force people through the painfully slow self-serve checkouts.

Result? Most people with big trolley loads have gone back to the older, much smaller Aldi just down the road because it's so much quicker and the prices are much the same. Up to 6 items or so - Lidl's fine. Much more than that, though, and it has to be Aldi. Where's the sense in that?

Morrisons is left with much older, less well off customers - I think they like the slower, chatty service. Aldi and Waitrose get the high spenders - but the only Bentley/Rolls Royce I've seen has been in Aldi!
huhunter14/11/2018 06:17

it is not that they don't bother but:1) in a lot of stores people call …it is not that they don't bother but:1) in a lot of stores people call sick and daily work has to be done2) some people in the morning help a lot to mostly stupid customers questions and than afternoon shift has to catch up with daily dutiesIf you didn't work in managerial position of discount trade industry that you will never understand how much work has to be done during day - it is not just tills and serving customers, so it will happened that people has to wait in peak times, especially in high stores where average spend is lower. Would you work in store at 9:30-10:00, 12:00-13:00 and 15:30-18:30 because those are usually busy times? In Aldi it works better than in Lidl but in peak times you still have to wait.I wonder what business you work? BT? EDF? Council? All of them wasted over an hour of my time each and I am not crying or complaining but when I worked in retail industry that the most people that they were complaining they were people on benefits that they are complaining about everything or the ones that they need to buy 2l cider bottle and can't wait few minutes to open it.Please don't think about it as personal attack but try to understand people in various places - they don't have influence there. If you have 3 people on closing shift (2 are already on tills) that think that they need to have breaks, they need to clean store, they need to check best before dates, they need to prepare reports and they still have another incoming issues.Sometimes it is better to relax and read newspaper in a meantime (next to tills) than only stress more people that they are working there. It will be better for your health too


You're missing the point entirely. I'm comparing just Aldi and Lidl. Both operate in a very similar way, with a very similar business model, similar staffing and similar pay rates. Aldi however has a policy of opening tills as soon as there's any kind of queue starting to build. Lidl has a policy of letting the queues just build, forcing people to use the self-serve checkouts.

All it means is that higher spenders go to Aldi, where they're served quickly, leaving people with just a few items at Lidl.

If Aldi (smaller store but much friendlier staff) can do it, so can Lidl (lovely large store, less friendly staff), but they don't. From the number of complaints I've read about this, I suspect it's not just this store but a national policy of forcing people to use their self-serve checkouts. That wouldn't be so bad if they weren't so very, very slow because each item takes several seconds to register.
The main difference is that Aldi is more centralized and in Lidl Store managers run stores like individual stores so they have their own budgets like Tesco or Asda. Because of those additional tasks Lidl have less people on shop floor and it's why they are more likely to have longer queues. Self serve checkouts had intention to lower queues but a lot of people with 2 croissants will still block belt tills. Just for information Self service checkouts are just tested by Aldi so they should be in stores really soon.
I understand that Aldi people looks more friendly but it is because staff shortage at Lidl as result of additional tasks. People when they are tired and frustrated that they still have limits. I personally love to shop at Waitrose as their customer service is amazing but unfortunately I am not an upper class so more often I sacrifice customer service and i shop at Aldi or Lidl. Tesco and Asda quality are much worse and Sainsburys is more expensive.
My comment is only an appeal for more understanding for people working there. I bet that 99% would love to open another till as it is the easiest job there.
When is voucher in metro and what day in mail please?
Yes. A cashier needs a PLU code. It doesn't have to be a barcode. Thanks for the e-metro.
Was the voucher in last Sunday or this Sunday’s 18th paper ?
This Fri 16 Nov, pick up a free Metro newspaper and you’ll find a coupon for £10 off a £40 spend. It’s valid at any Lidl supermarket nationwide (excluding Northern Ireland) from Fri 16 Nov until Thu 22 Nov. This is one of the strongest discounts we’ve seen at Lidl this year, with most offers being £5 off £40 spends. Metro newspapers are mostly found in train/bus stations in the mornings, but may not be everywhere.

If you can’t get your hands on a free Metro tomorrow (or are unable to get one in your area), don’t fret - the coupon will also be available in the Daily Mail on Saturday (£1) or Mail on Sunday (£1.80). As you’ll have to pay for these papers, the deal isn’t as strong (roughly £9 or £8 off £40 after the paper spend) but it’s still a good option if you are shopping at Lidl anyway. Credit to MSE *
SpyJoe12th Nov

Would this discount work on fireworks?



fireworks went back last week
I have never spent £40 in Lidl because I buy 50 items and it comes to £25.00 and that's all I need
So you spend £10 on 'essentials' at Waitrose, get the paper for free then head to Lidl.
Newbold12/11/2018 17:32

Lidl: £10 off £40 and long queues because they can't be bothered to open m …Lidl: £10 off £40 and long queues because they can't be bothered to open more than 1 or 2 checkoutsAldi: No £5 off, but a helluva lot quicker because the staff do at least try to keep queues movingHeat though - thanks OP


Personally have found them both to be mixed in relation to checkouts, not one worse than the other.
Newbold14/11/2018 06:29

You're missing the point entirely. I'm comparing just Aldi and Lidl. …You're missing the point entirely. I'm comparing just Aldi and Lidl. Both operate in a very similar way, with a very similar business model, similar staffing and similar pay rates. Aldi however has a policy of opening tills as soon as there's any kind of queue starting to build. Lidl has a policy of letting the queues just build, forcing people to use the self-serve checkouts.All it means is that higher spenders go to Aldi, where they're served quickly, leaving people with just a few items at Lidl.If Aldi (smaller store but much friendlier staff) can do it, so can Lidl (lovely large store, less friendly staff), but they don't. From the number of complaints I've read about this, I suspect it's not just this store but a national policy of forcing people to use their self-serve checkouts. That wouldn't be so bad if they weren't so very, very slow because each item takes several seconds to register.


I'm sorry but you are just talking utter rubbish here. You don't work for Lidl so at this point what you are saying is guesswork, and not very good at it might I add.

Prices in lidl are cheap, to keep it cheap they run on fewer staff. Because of this, staff have more roles and jobs to do before the day ends. To do those jobs, people need to be off the till, hence why tills close if they are empty or no one to serve.

People these days need to learn to be more patient. So you have to wait for a few minutes big deal? Yeah you are spending your money but sadly the world doesn't revolve around you.
Edited by: "Sorceress1988" 15th Nov 2018
davewave12/11/2018 21:23

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The online readers (worldwide) are largely there for the celebrity news. Their current events news is rubbish - their journalists are under huge pressure to churn out click bait articles and get away with writing all sorts of rubbish. It’s no wonder that Wikipedia has banned them as a source of news.
patrick_0007 m ago

The online readers (worldwide) are largely there for the celebrity news. …The online readers (worldwide) are largely there for the celebrity news. Their current events news is rubbish - their journalists are under huge pressure to churn out click bait articles and get away with writing all sorts of rubbish. It’s no wonder that Wikipedia has banned them as a source of news.

Wow a source of such insight!
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