£5 off a £40 spend at ALDI in this Thursday's (25th) Daily Mirror 50p
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£5 off a £40 spend at ALDI in this Thursday's (25th) Daily Mirror 50p

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Found 23rd Sep 2014
For a voucher for £5 off a £40 (dropped from £45!) shop at ALDI, pick up The Daily Mirror this Thursday 25th September.

Valid from Thursday 25th until close of business on 2nd October 2014. I'll be buying two copies so I can use one set of vouchers this week and the next set of vouchers next Thursday!

You might want to put your voucher(s) towards the weekly special offers (valid from Thursday 25th) which are: aldi.co.uk/en/…er/

***** UPDATE 25/9/14 ***** I've just returned from my £50 (reduced to £45) shop with another voucher for use next week. The additional money off vouchers included in The Mirror are below:

ALL 50% OFF -

Fresh Egg Waffles - 59p to 29p
So Malty Malt Loaf - 49p to 29p
Southern Fried Chicken Goujons - £1.39 to 69p
Belgium Chocolate Waves (caramel yummy!) - £1.39 to 69p
Dreemy (milky ways x 6 !) - 49p to 24p
Traditional Mincemeat - £1.79 to 89p
Specially Selected Wiltshire Ham - £1.79 to 89p
Sandwich Thins - 79p to 39p
Dark Brown Soft Sugar - 95p to 47p
Light Brown Soft Sugar 95p to 47p

Enjoy folks ....

159 Comments

Good to see the minimum spend has dropped back to £40

It used to be £35!

traydog

It used to be £35!


And a 3 bed semi in London used to cost £350.

Thanks OP

Banned

bits and bobs, but £40 nah

traydog

It used to be £35!



it used to be £30 actually hotukdeals.com/dea…977

Thanks

Have some efficient German heat!

Struggled to spend £45 when they put it up, glad they've dropped it again.

Newbold

And a 3 bed semi in London used to cost £350.



A week.

Heat for being £40, and for not being in the sun...

Love it when this voucher comes around, it means payday is near! Also, my aldi has started selling newspapers now so can pick one up on the way in (you might have some trouble ripping the vouchers out tho haha!)

Oh and i easily spend way over that amount, usually £60+ once I've put wine etc in

Great find with the cycle event going on

Great find with the cycle event going on

You could buy most of an Aldi branches stock for a little over £40 !! X)

Heat added (_;)

thanks

Banned

Newbold

You must be living in cloud cuckoo land - are you sure you weren't in … You must be living in cloud cuckoo land - are you sure you weren't in Morrisons or Tesco?



tuh your a picture of health

2muchmonth

tuh your a picture of health



No, he's a picture of Alex from A Clockwork Orange (_;)

Also, thought I'd point out... my avatar isn't a picture of me either.
Edited by: "wizk1" 23rd Sep 2014

2muchmonth

tuh your a picture of health



You're.

[quote=tomwenn]Struggled to spend £45 when they put it up, glad they've dropped it again.[/quote

Buying alcohol normal does the trick

Newbold

You must be living in cloud cuckoo land - are you sure you weren't in … You must be living in cloud cuckoo land - are you sure you weren't in Morrisons or Tesco?



Shopped in Tesco, Morrisons and Aldi over the last few months and to be fair the all of food from Aldi is in a pre-packed box or packet so there is some truth in this. Also a lot of the shoppers are elderly and low income and no offence to them but can sometimes look quite ill probably due to stressing over household income worries.

There are a lot of people that seem to want to put down the UK supermarkets at every opportunity but reality is they employ a lot of people and offer a much better shopping experience than the German stores which in turn have low staff numbers in comparison. Fact is they have a huge benefit to this country.

iluvcake1

Good to see the minimum spend has dropped back to £40



Aldi is Ace.

2muchmonth

ever looked closely at someone with a trolly full of Aldi foods/, they a … ever looked closely at someone with a trolly full of Aldi foods/, they a pasty - frail and on deaths door. poor buggars need IV vitamins and minerals. mind you thats what happens when you eat out of cans and box's. eating out is no better all that salt for the restaurant experience



Never noticed that all the other Supermarkets didn't sell food in Tins and Boxes, I would go and look but I'm too busy spending the money I've saved or was I too weak....through laughing.

Good deal thanks for posting.

jase99

Shopped in Tesco, Morrisons and Aldi over the last few months and to be … Shopped in Tesco, Morrisons and Aldi over the last few months and to be fair the all of food from Aldi is in a pre-packed box or packet so there is some truth in this. Also a lot of the shoppers are elderly and low income and no offence to them but can sometimes look quite ill probably due to stressing over household income worries.



Absolute nonsense, our closest Aldi is near one of the most affluent areas in the Country outside London and plenty of gold shoes and orange people in there and as it is next to a Waitrose/Sainsbury/Tesco they have plenty of choice.

Edited by: "Likely2" 23rd Sep 2014

jase99

Shopped in Tesco, Morrisons and Aldi over the last few months and to be … Shopped in Tesco, Morrisons and Aldi over the last few months and to be fair the all of food from Aldi is in a pre-packed box or packet so there is some truth in this. Also a lot of the shoppers are elderly and low income and no offence to them but can sometimes look quite ill probably due to stressing over household income worries.There are a lot of people that seem to want to put down the UK supermarkets at every opportunity but reality is they employ a lot of people and offer a much better shopping experience than the German stores which in turn have low staff numbers in comparison. Fact is they have a huge benefit to this country.



I actually prefer the shopping experience in Aldi because I can get most of the items that are available in other supermarkets for 80% of the cost and it takes me about half the time to do my shopping.

worth my while, heat added

traydog

It used to be £35!



Then went up to £45 and finally come back down

theface

I actually prefer the shopping experience in Aldi because I can get most … I actually prefer the shopping experience in Aldi because I can get most of the items that are available in other supermarkets for 80% of the cost and it takes me about half the time to do my shopping.



What absolute rubbish.

A. Supermarkets have not bearing on health - only the food you buy when you get there.

B. Aldi has an excellent range of loose fresh fruit and veg and the fair prices for good quality produce means I buy and eat more fruit in veg in Aldi than anywhere else.

2muchmonth

ever looked closely at someone with a trolly full of Aldi foods/, they a … ever looked closely at someone with a trolly full of Aldi foods/, they a pasty - frail and on deaths door. poor buggars need IV vitamins and minerals. mind you thats what happens when you eat out of cans and box's. eating out is no better all that salt for the restaurant experience



Have you ever looked in the car park of Aldi with Porsches, Mercs and BMWs. The store offers very good quality food, fresh meat and veg at a fraction of the prices.....simply through a no frills experience. Your lack of intelligence clearly shows you pay full price in Tesco from pay day to pay day.

kristi

Oh and i easily spend way over that amount, usually £60+ once I've put … Oh and i easily spend way over that amount, usually £60+ once I've put wine etc in



Why not do two shops of £40 and buy two papers. You can do a shop the first thursday and a shop the last thursday.

2muchmonth

ever looked closely at someone with a trolly full of Aldi foods/, they a … ever looked closely at someone with a trolly full of Aldi foods/, they a pasty - frail and on deaths door. poor buggars need IV vitamins and minerals. mind you thats what happens when you eat out of cans and box's. eating out is no better all that salt for the restaurant experience



Did you observe that through the window of the Jack Fultons shop you were in ?

The opinions on Aldi are laughably ignorant. The point about the money on the car park is an accurate one. We earn more than enough to be doing our weekly shop in Tesco or Sainsbury's, but we won't. Because when I was a student we used Aldi and found to our surprise that the food is excellent and we spend half that we would in those other so called 'superstores'. We spend between £40 - £60 per week on loads of fresh foods and good quality meats and some frozens. The quality is vastly superior to anything Tesco or Asda slaps together.

A sense of value for money is obviously not as strong as the outdated public perception of Aldi in some of these detractors. Good. Better for me.

Newbold

You must be living in cloud cuckoo land - are you sure you weren't in … You must be living in cloud cuckoo land - are you sure you weren't in Morrisons or Tesco?


You can buy processed trash in any supermarket. Aldi - Bury is excellent for fruit and veg and they usually offer an extra 150g of banana for free on a one kilo purchase.

I can't ever imagine raking up £40 in Aldi. You'd end up with half the store lol.
Heat addded

I wish they would give more time to pack your shopping!

Does anyone spend £40 in one shop at Aldi? I'd be hard pressed to tbh..

Nero1

Why not do two shops of £40 and buy two papers. You can do a shop the … Why not do two shops of £40 and buy two papers. You can do a shop the first thursday and a shop the last thursday.



I do
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