£5 off £40 @ Aldi in Thursdays Daily Mirror/ Record (50p)
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£5 off £40 @ Aldi in Thursdays Daily Mirror/ Record (50p)

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Found 20th Mar 2013
For a voucher for £5 off a £40 shop, pick up The Daily Mirror (in England and Wales) and The Daily Record in Scotland tomorrow.

Valid from Thursday 21st March 2013 until close of business Saturday 30th March 2013.

Luckily don't need this as I have 5 coupons for £5 off £30 every week at the new local one opening tomorrow.

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Every little helps

good good

heat added thank you

Thanks a week earlier than I was expecting!

Yh a week earlier than normal. Thanks for heads up

Just seen this on their FB page. Much better for me that it covers until Saturday. I always buy two papers but usually have to do my second weeks shop a day early. Nice one ALDI!
Edited by: "Thar" 20th Mar 2013

Excellent.

I await the "Should be off £25/£30/£35" complainers.

I struggle to spend £40 in Aldi to be honesst!

devices

Excellent.I await the "Should be off £25/£30/£35" complainers.


It should. Aldi have become far too complacent.

Great, thank you their 4 bird roast has gone down in price to £7.50 too (last time i was there). Screw tesco and asda.

Fantastic thanks, great that it lasts until next weekend too for the extra copy's voucher that I'll buy

lilmisstrouble

Great, thank you their 4 bird roast has gone down in price to £7.50 … Great, thank you their 4 bird roast has gone down in price to £7.50 too (last time i was there). Screw tesco and asda.



Until you need one of the thousands of things that Aldi don't stock!

I'm an Aldi fan but it isn't somewhere you can do your entire supermarket shop.

Well since converting to Aldi a few months ago I have no issue doing a full shop there. And no, I don't live on 5 different meals, or ready meals, I cook. You can knock up 100's of different dishes with the food they sell.

Besford

Until you need one of the thousands of things that Aldi don't stock!I'm … Until you need one of the thousands of things that Aldi don't stock!I'm an Aldi fan but it isn't somewhere you can do your entire supermarket shop.



I used to go to other supermarkets for the things I couldn't buy in Aldi but I'm finding I have to do this less and less. In fact I could do with a bigger trolley sometimes!

Spot on as usual.

Easy to spend £40 here. Good fillet steaks (specially selected) x 2. Whole chicken x 1. Skimmed milk 4 pints x 3. Chicken breast packs x 3. Fridge full of fruit & veg. Frozen raw King Prawns (specially selected) x 2. Couple of bottles of wine! Easy, healthy and lush!

Easy to spend £40 here. Good fillet steaks (specially selected) x 2. Whole chicken x 1. Skimmed milk 4 pints x 3. Chicken breast packs x 3. Fridge full of fruit & veg. Frozen raw King Prawns (specially selected) x 2. Couple of bottles of wine! Easy, healthy and lush!

love their mini beers at £3 odd, perfect fridge fillers. Easy to spend £40 if you're getting ale in there, wine aplenty!

Awful 'newspapers' but worth the pain for the voucher.

Thar

I used to go to other supermarkets for the things I couldn't buy in Aldi … I used to go to other supermarkets for the things I couldn't buy in Aldi but I'm finding I have to do this less and less. In fact I could do with a bigger trolley sometimes!



I'm not quite there - for example last weekend I needed muffins and chives - both a no-go.

That said, once you get into the habit of shopping there (or Lidl), THEN going elsewhere, your bills drop like crazy.

It would be nice if their stores were slightly bigger...

Edited by: "seanyseansean" 20th Mar 2013

Good thing about these shops is you can get everything you need cheaper and quickly.The big store are just too big and everythings all over the place.

Thanks op

Yay thank you!! The Easter bunny has brought £5 off in aldi :-)

Was going to Aldi tomorrow for Prosecco, so thanks.

devices

Well since converting to Aldi a few months ago I have no issue doing a … Well since converting to Aldi a few months ago I have no issue doing a full shop there. And no, I don't live on 5 different meals, or ready meals, I cook. You can knock up 100's of different dishes with the food they sell.



Yes, you can and it will be mostly good quality too, but your diet will be somewhat restricted. I got sent to buy five ingredients for a baking project at home and only one of them was available in Aldi. On the other hand, if you want cold meats (excellent by the way) you have four or five choices of each - far more still if it's ham!

hot .. used last one and will use this one too

I will pay someone a quid, to pick up the paper cut out the voucher and hand it too me. Its win win, you get a quid, i get a 4 quid discount and keep my hands from getting dirty

Easy to spend £40 if you have children still in nappies. Around £4.69 for size 5. Good quality no leaks. Wipes are good too.

ajay87

I struggle to spend £40 in Aldi to be honesst!



Totally agree. Last time I wrote a similar comment someone replied "buy alcohol".oO

hooray henry

Good thing about these shops is you can get everything you need cheaper … Good thing about these shops is you can get everything you need cheaper and quickly.The big store are just too big and everythings all over the place.



I am a great fan of Aldi and do 90% of my shopping there but they don't have the same variety as a normal size supermarket. However, what they have is real good value for money. My local store are increasing their range of products though all the time. I hope they buy the next door shop soon and add the floor space in!

Besford

Until you need one of the thousands of things that Aldi don't stock!I'm … Until you need one of the thousands of things that Aldi don't stock!I'm an Aldi fan but it isn't somewhere you can do your entire supermarket shop.



Yeah it is! I'm an adventurous cook, and rarely go elsewhere. A few essentials I need to get from other places (e.g. worcestershire sauce) and the rest can do in Aldi. You just have to more creative

Great, thanks for the heads up!

Adli's great. I agree with most, there are a few things that we still need to get from other supermarkets. But on average it has saved us £110-£140 on our monthly shopping bill compared to Asda.:D

chesterdraws

Every little helps



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bought 2 woop i love the fact aldi do this, i spend about 50-60 a week in there

honeymonster86

Yeah it is! I'm an adventurous cook, and rarely go elsewhere. A few … Yeah it is! I'm an adventurous cook, and rarely go elsewhere. A few essentials I need to get from other places (e.g. worcestershire sauce) and the rest can do in Aldi. You just have to more creative



That's known as complete agreement where I come from!

Pretty impossible to spend £40 in Aldi ain't it?

macphist0

Pretty impossible to spend £40 in Aldi ain't it?



Buy alcohol?

The other coupons were a bit poor this month, but spent £40 no problem tonight.

Have to admit I'm not sure what products are missing from ALDI, I admit I can't choose from ten varieties of baked beans, but why would I need to. The ones they sell are perfectly decent.

macphist0

Pretty impossible to spend £40 in Aldi ain't it?



My weekly shop is £65-£70, so, I disagree.
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