£5off £40 spend @ Aldi coupon inside Daily Mirror (England & Wales) / Daily Record (Scotland) Thursday 30th May 2013
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£5off £40 spend @ Aldi coupon inside Daily Mirror (England & Wales) / Daily Record (Scotland) Thursday 30th May 2013

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Found 28th May 2013
Thursday 30th May 2013
£5off £40 spend
plus other vouchers offering 30% or 50% off

vouchers are valid until Thursday 6th June, 2013


details are also on mse site

moneysavingexpert.com/dea…116

66 Comments

Sorry, voted cold instead of hot, doh.:|

heat added , thanks for the reminder

Thanks

Off to Lidl this week as its 5 off a 30 spend.

Cold, get a free voucher on Facebook for Lidl

Fantastic shop Aldi. Milk, bread, fruit, chainsaw, riding helmet they have it all!

Banned

who cares

Great comment, made my wife and I laugh out loud, oh and your comment completely true with this shop.

hooray henry

Off to Lidl this week as its 5 off a 30 spend.



In my experience, Aldi's quality is superior to Lidl.

Banned

Its quite difficult to spend £40 in Aldi even a big trolley full still ends up only coming to about 7 quid .. Ok an exaggeration but you get the idea

mrdanshaw

Its quite difficult to spend £40 in Aldi even a big trolley full still … Its quite difficult to spend £40 in Aldi even a big trolley full still ends up only coming to about 7 quid .. Ok an exaggeration but you get the idea



The idea is you're T-Total?

Otherwise I don't get the idea...

Love aldi
Thanks for the check
4 tins of beans in tomatoe sauce £1.25
Fish products... mint from scotland
Scampi,prawns,ect,ect


Good deals for bargain searchers
Like me curry sauces 69p

Ect ect ect



Edited by: "mrtech007" 28th May 2013

mrdanshaw

Its quite difficult to spend £40 in Aldi even a big trolley full still … Its quite difficult to spend £40 in Aldi even a big trolley full still ends up only coming to about 7 quid .. Ok an exaggeration but you get the idea



I know what you mean but I tend to stock up on long life stuff, plus having a baby means I need plenty of nappies so I can fill my trolley with them.

Thanks for the heads up

evening guys. does anyone have the direct the link so i can download the voucher to my computer automatically without having to go through the Facebook page OR would anyone be able to upload the lidl coupon in pdf form please ? ? Many Thanks is advance

Toffee Luxurious Dessert. 39p and best thing in Aldi!!!

rodman

Cold, get a free voucher on Facebook for Lidl



Didn't know about this - thanks!

Banned

No Aldi around us...

So it's only £4.50 off once you've bought the paper...

nice one.

Cheers, we're getting a travel cot this thursday so half way there

1234_shellby

So it's only £4.50 off once you've bought the paper...



Thanks for clearing that up I was having difficulty working that one out.....!
Edited by: "Tron83" 28th May 2013

1234_shellby

So it's only £4.50 off once you've bought the paper...



Who said anything about buying the paper ?

and Aldi baby event starts that day too.

Thanks for the reminder, will buy two copies. use one on Friday and another on Sunday.

Better quality than Tesco, almost as good as Waitrose, but below Asda prices.

Great spot - Free Range 1.5kg chickens are always £5 in Aldi. £7.50 in Tesco - just one of many reasons to shop there. They also have a pretty fantastic chocolate selection (ie actually decent chocolate and not just Cadbury's sugar rich low coco content, apologies if you like cadbury's )

Aldi are the best supermarket for value against price generally. But I have noticed that a £60 shop now comes up to £80+. They must have put their prices up across the board on their products. Which all add up at checkout.

Your right there.The busier aldi/lidl get the higher the prices seem to go. Still the best supermarkets just getting a bit crowded now.

Original Poster

bargainbill

Great spot - Free Range 1.5kg chickens are always £5 in Aldi. £7.50 in T … Great spot - Free Range 1.5kg chickens are always £5 in Aldi. £7.50 in Tesco - just one of many reasons to shop there. They also have a pretty fantastic chocolate selection (ie actually decent chocolate and not just Cadbury's sugar rich low coco content, apologies if you like cadbury's )



I also find aldi chickens much cheaper, I buy a few whenever their is a coupon and freeze them

also like their pepperoni , its only 79p or so more than a pound most other places, frozen wedges are 55p they are a pound most other places, small deli pizzas 41p, lots if you have a proper look


Edited by: "batista" 29th May 2013

great deal .. noticing those deals are getting more and more hotter meaning Aldi had win more clients compared to a year ago

I find it very hard to spend £40 in Aldi. Unless of course you're buying a random deckchair/bike pump/screwdriver/bird table

Aldi's chilled curry ready meals about £1.89 each are excellent 3 strengths. Good size, taste with real chicken pieces. Not the processed compressed stuff.

Their quality and range has improved well over last few years. Also noticed they do make an effort to source some local product too, which is nice.

But load up on them curries !

aldi are still the best for quality and value

mrdanshaw

Its quite difficult to spend £40 in Aldi even a big trolley full still … Its quite difficult to spend £40 in Aldi even a big trolley full still ends up only coming to about 7 quid .. Ok an exaggeration but you get the idea



I agree as I have the same problem but every time I make that comment here someone suggest buying alcohol ...... but I don't drink!

matedodgy

Aldi are the best supermarket for value against price generally. But I … Aldi are the best supermarket for value against price generally. But I have noticed that a £60 shop now comes up to £80+. They must have put their prices up across the board on their products. Which all add up at checkout.



I know this sounds strange but I am glad Aldi have raised their prices a little because I often thought their business model with good quaity products at very low prices is untenable in the long run. I rather they keep their current quality than sacrifice it for keeping their prices very low. Having said that at 55p their wholemeal bread is still almost half the price elsewhere. oO

Persian_Gu1f

I know this sounds strange but I am glad Aldi have raised their prices a … I know this sounds strange but I am glad Aldi have raised their prices a little because I often thought their business model with good quaity products at very low prices is untenable in the long run. I rather they keep their current quality than sacrifice it for keeping their prices very low. Having said that at 55p their wholemeal bread is still almost half the price elsewhere. oO



I kinda understand where you are coming from. But I am sure their business model depends on no-frills service (e.g. no help packing, etc.) and a get them in and get them out as quickly as possible approach. The customer turnaround speed compared to other mainstream supermarkets must be double. That's how they make their money.

matedodgy

Aldi are the best supermarket for value against price generally. But I … Aldi are the best supermarket for value against price generally. But I have noticed that a £60 shop now comes up to £80+. They must have put their prices up across the board on their products. Which all add up at checkout.



Over what time frame? I bet that a Tesco or Asda shop increase at a similar rate during the same period?

Some Aldi prices are amazing. For example Hovis Best of Both Medium Sliced White Bread.

Tesco £1.35
Asda £1.35
Aldi 79p

Some are similar such as a 3 pack of mixed pepper are £1.69 in Aldi and £1.75 in Asda. I think that these have increased a lot recently.

Aldi's own crisps are far superious to Asda's own. The "quavers" in Asda are awful but the Aldi version are as good as the branded.

Chopped tomatoes from Aldi are the same price as the Asda Smart Price (31p) but the quality is far better. Less water and far chunkier (with no green bits!).

matedodgy

I kinda understand where you are coming from. But I am sure their … I kinda understand where you are coming from. But I am sure their business model depends on no-frills service (e.g. no help packing, etc.) and a get them in and get them out as quickly as possible approach. The customer turnaround speed compared to other mainstream supermarkets must be double. That's how they make their money.



Double? And the rest!

smk77

Over what time frame? I bet that a Tesco or Asda shop increase at a … Over what time frame? I bet that a Tesco or Asda shop increase at a similar rate during the same period?Some Aldi prices are amazing. For example Hovis Best of Both Medium Sliced White Bread.Tesco £1.35Asda £1.35Aldi 79pSome are similar such as a 3 pack of mixed pepper are £1.69 in Aldi and £1.75 in Asda. I think that these have increased a lot recently.Aldi's own crisps are far superious to Asda's own. The "quavers" in Asda are awful but the Aldi version are as good as the branded.Chopped tomatoes from Aldi are the same price as the Asda Smart Price (31p) but the quality is far better. Less water and far chunkier (with no green bits!).



Have you tried Aldi's fruity yogurt or their chilled fruit drinks or quiche or battered cod..... the list goes on. Aldi's quality is great.

smk77

Double? And the rest!



Most of the money is made off the 'Specials' that are changed regular and hardly any off fruit, veg etc maybe a little more now than before but with the rise in staff levels to meet customer growth it's hard to know.
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