£5 Off at Aldi (with £40+ spend) Daily Mirror or Daily Record newspaper this Thursday
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£5 Off at Aldi (with £40+ spend) Daily Mirror or Daily Record newspaper this Thursday

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Found 26th Feb 2013
Did a quick search and didn't find it posted yet:

Pick up a copy of the Daily Mirror or Daily Record newspaper this Thursday and inside will be a free £5 Aldi voucher!

The £5 Aldi voucher can be used on anything in store from the 28th February to 7th March, 2013 when you spend £40 or more in a single transaction.

Just purchase a copy of the Daily Mirror or Daily Record on Thursday, 28th February to get your £5 voucher.



Should be able to use this at morrisons if you don't want to go to aldi.
- cacaroca

also included is
30% off turkish delight rrp £1.59
30% off belgian chocolare seashells rrp £1.79
30% off pain au chocolat rrp £1.29
30% off all in 1 cleaner rrp 99p
30% off newborn nappies size 1 rrp £1.69
30% off baby wipes rrp 79p
50% off baby bath rrp 98p
50% off multi intensive serum rrp £3.49
50% off kids chedder sticks rrp 99p
50% off thai curry sauces rrp 89p
- purple22

86 Comments

Thanks

Thank you....

Was spend £30, then spend £35, now £40. How I can spend so much at Aldi???

Great, thanks op! Heat added

Sliwka

Was spend £30, then spend £35, now £40. How I can spend so much at Aldi???



You'll be needing a lorry!!

Banned

plus its only a week . shame think £40 was months ago

Sliwka

Was spend £30, then spend £35, now £40. How I can spend so much at Aldi???



I agree. How high will the
minimum spend go up to.

Thank you will be going Thursday

Banned

i bought a paper to get this voucher about a month ago, thinking i'd be saving money shopping there instead of tesco or asda, but actually alot of the stuff was the same price or more expensive, alot of the veg was cheaper, but im not gunna spend £40 on carrots!

Anyway, dumped the stuff i was gunna buy and walked out.

Totally overrated shop, only the daft think its saving them money.

Those that shop there regularly will have noticed that, like everywhere else, the prices are creeping up

drifter3

Totally overrated shop, only the daft think its saving them money.



Actually, you've got that wrong. The daft ones are the ones that don't realise how cheap it is, and still shop like lemmings at Tesco/ASDA/Sainsbury/Morrison.

Latest Which? magazine (best and worst supermarkets) shows Waitrose at the top, Aldi second and Tesco right at the bottom:

Waitrose 82%
Aldi 74%
Lidl 69%
Marks & Spencer 68%
Morrisons 59%
Sainsbury’s 58%
Asda 53%
The Co-operative 48%
Tesco 45%

I'd say it's still significantly cheaper than my other local supermarkets when I compare prices (Tesco and Morrisons), although to be fair that Tesco is a smaller store (but not a convenience store) that seems to prefer stocking more expensive items over value ones.

drifter3

i bought a paper to get this voucher about a month ago, thinking i'd be … i bought a paper to get this voucher about a month ago, thinking i'd be saving money shopping there instead of tesco or asda, but actually alot of the stuff was the same price or more expensive, alot of the veg was cheaper, but im not gunna spend £40 on carrots! Anyway, dumped the stuff i was gunna buy and walked out.Totally overrated shop, only the daft think its saving them money.



well put, i'd rather take my custom elsewhere and shop somewhere where they actually employee staff who care a little as well, Aldi seem to employ the bare minimum amount of staff to do what they need to, everythings rushed and no ones helpful. Speaking from first hand of both shopping, and working for them.
The prices aren't all that great compared to other supermarkets brands, asdas smartprice and so forth.

I save around £25 a week shopping there instead of asda like I usually do. Only downside is they don't have as much so still have to go to other shops for some bits, but still works out cheaper. Their hot chocolate is lovely

Newbold

Actually, you've got that wrong. The daft ones are the ones that don't … Actually, you've got that wrong. The daft ones are the ones that don't realise how cheap it is, and still shop like lemmings at Tesco/ASDA/Sainsbury/Morrison.Latest Which? magazine (best and worst supermarkets) shows Waitrose at the top, Aldi second and Tesco right at the bottom: Waitrose 82% Aldi 74% Lidl 69% Marks & Spencer 68% Morrisons 59% Sainsbury’s 58% Asda 53% The Co-operative 48% Tesco 45%




I hardly think that's based solely on price, or why would waitrose be at the top?
Edited by: "harmonial" 26th Feb 2013

great.. HOT added

drifter3

i bought a paper to get this voucher about a month ago, thinking i'd be … i bought a paper to get this voucher about a month ago, thinking i'd be saving money shopping there instead of tesco or asda, but actually alot of the stuff was the same price or more expensive, alot of the veg was cheaper, but im not gunna spend £40 on carrots! Anyway, dumped the stuff i was gunna buy and walked out.Totally overrated shop, only the daft think its saving them money.



I think your "incorrect button" is stuck on. Either that or you work for the competition.

Aldi are good for price, but instead of regurgitating meaningless surveys how about thinking before you post? Best supermarket? What's the criteria used for "best"? That's what any normal person would ask.

Sliwka

Was spend £30, then spend £35, now £40. How I can spend so much at Aldi???



Who said you have to spend "THE" £40 at Aldi, Morrisons will do perfectly fine...;)

pr2thej

Aldi are good for price, but instead of regurgitating meaningless surveys … Aldi are good for price, but instead of regurgitating meaningless surveys how about thinking before you post? Best supermarket? What's the criteria used for "best"? That's what any normal person would ask.



Why not read the report for yourself? Then you'll find the answers. Free in your local library if you don't subscribe.

Do any of the other supermarkets honour the £5 off Aldi voucher?

Sharpharp

Who said you have to spend "THE" £40 at Aldi, Morrisons will do perfectly … Who said you have to spend "THE" £40 at Aldi, Morrisons will do perfectly fine...;)



Do any other supermarkets honour the £5 off Aldi vouchers from the mirror??

Aldi by far cheapest for fruit and veg. Milk. Olive oil. Cleaning products. Any cereal. Wine is cheaper and far superior to the Tesco pretend half price rubbish.

Banned

biscuits are way cheap in aldi. i shop in asda now buy biscuits from aldi and sometimes crisps from pound stretcher. washing powder comes from sainsburys and or tesco. im a family with 2 kids and saving my hubz money but wasting my petrol lol

Thank you

I'm tempted to vote cold, as previous offers have been on smaller amounts, but you'll still be getting great Aldi value on the extra you spend.

So, I won't vote either way

if you canr spend £40 some of the other 50% or 30% coupons are useful

I can quite easily do £80/£100 on a fortnightly shop in Aldi, The equivalent would be be £30 more in tesco

Aldi is same quality as the brands but almost half the price,only people with to much money to spend go to the large supermarkets.

nice one hottest today

I save money on my weekly shop at aldi and have moved there on a regular basis although I do spend the savings on the middle section of the store, but I'm never without hand warmers or fishermens socks.

Cheers for the reminder, hot from me. There'll also be the usual other coupons, bit hit and miss sometimes but sometimes they've had some gems.

You can shop cheaper at Tesco if you buy economy products, but the thing about ALDI is they have products equivalent to brands, but cheaper.

thanks

I will stock up on non-perishables - cereal, passata, washing powder, washing up liquid, cat food, beans, vegetable oil, wine etc. I shop at Aldi every week and only buy from Tesco the things I can't get.
Thanks OP!

my aldi has a wetherspoons pub across the road other half does shopping I **** it up perfect lol

Kniggit

I will stock up on non-perishables - cereal, passata, washing powder, … I will stock up on non-perishables - cereal, passata, washing powder, washing up liquid, cat food, beans, vegetable oil, wine etc. I shop at Aldi every week and only buy from Tesco the things I can't get.Thanks OP!



Snap!

done a few shops there recently until I realised that loads of their no brand items have the glucose fructose syrup in them that is causing a health scare - jam, lemon curd, biscuits, sauces and some bread products. It's a very cheap sweetener and has been accused of being addictive and fuelling the US obesity crisis - has put me right off.

We always spend 50-80 in there each week.

The meat is a far superior quality to other supermarkets.

We used to spend 100+ easily in Morrisons and before that Sainsbury's

The staff are always friendly, which is more than can be said for other supermarkets around here.

Banned

Newbold

Actually, you've got that wrong. The daft ones are the ones that don't … Actually, you've got that wrong. The daft ones are the ones that don't realise how cheap it is, and still shop like lemmings at Tesco/ASDA/Sainsbury/Morrison.Latest Which? magazine (best and worst supermarkets) shows Waitrose at the top, Aldi second and Tesco right at the bottom: Waitrose 82% Aldi 74% Lidl 69% Marks & Spencer 68% Morrisons 59% Sainsbury’s 58% Asda 53% The Co-operative 48% Tesco 45%



so because 'which' magazine says its the best, we have to agree? well done, i'll take your opinion on board....... and then take it off again.

FACT, you dont have a clue what youre talking about, but you have proved you do have a problem with Tesco/ASDA/Sainsbury/Morrison. give me some numbers to work with to support your case please, or go away.
Edited by: "drifter3" 26th Feb 2013

Banned

sofiasar

biscuits are way cheap in aldi. i shop in asda now buy biscuits from aldi … biscuits are way cheap in aldi. i shop in asda now buy biscuits from aldi and sometimes crisps from pound stretcher. washing powder comes from sainsburys and or tesco. im a family with 2 kids and saving my hubz money but wasting my petrol lol



theyre not cheaper in aldi, really, theyre not
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