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Aldi Food Parcel - £19.99 - Delivered (With Code) @ Aldi
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Aldi Food Parcel - £19.99 - Delivered (With Code) @ Aldi

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Posted 12th Jun
FREE DELIVERY WITH CODE

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The contents of the food box may vary slightly depending on the supply and availability of products. We reserve the right to offer alternative products of equal quality and value. Please review the Product Information link to review possible substitutions. Allergens: Contains Milk, Wheat, Fish, Celery, Soya, Peanuts, Gluten, Barley, Egg, Celery, Celeriac, Mustard.

We cannot guarantee the specific products in our food parcels and are therefore unable to provide specific allergen advice, ingredient lists and other product information online at this time. Each food parcel will contain packaged items, with appropriate food labelling so please read the product labels on the individual products carefully to understand the allergens and ingredients that are used. If you need to avoid specific allergens, these will be highlighted in bold on the product label. We cannot guarantee that all products in the food parcel will be suitable for you.

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RickDoyle12/06/2020 21:05

Aldi coffee is vile. I think I'll pick my own stuff thanks! Just ask …Aldi coffee is vile. I think I'll pick my own stuff thanks! Just ask someone to go for you if you can't go yourselves. People are nice. You don't need to buy a lucky dip like this.


Hats off to you for picking your own coffee - do you go to Columbia, Ethiopia or where?
Edited by: "Rickardo" 12th Jun
This is the second food box I’ve seen reduced with a code.

The people that need these boxes the most, are the vulnerable and elderly who are still shielding.

Is it not a bit unfair to expect elderly people (who might struggle actually ordering it online in the first place) to find these sort of “cheat codes” to get an essential food delivery at a decent price?

If the retailer can afford to pick and deliver these boxes at this price, that’s what they should be selling them for. It’s the people that need them the most that will be having to pay full whack for them.

It doesn’t sit well with me at all.
RickDoyle12/06/2020 21:05

Aldi coffee is vile. I think I'll pick my own stuff thanks! Just ask …Aldi coffee is vile. I think I'll pick my own stuff thanks! Just ask someone to go for you if you can't go yourselves. People are nice. You don't need to buy a lucky dip like this.


Never tried the coffee.
Whilst I agree about going and picking your own(I do) some people literally have no-one they can ask as sad as that may be.
It may be a choice between a supermarket food box or nothing for them.
craigl12/06/2020 21:31

It's for wiping your arse why would you want to eat it!

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Worth mentioning delivery is normally £2.95.
rubbleonthedouble12312/06/2020 19:53

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States on the link normal cost of items is £19.28, so 71p for picking packing and now delivering
If you are still shielding it has to be worth it.
Aldi coffee is vile. I think I'll pick my own stuff thanks!
Just ask someone to go for you if you can't go yourselves. People are nice. You don't need to buy a lucky dip like this.
RickDoyle12/06/2020 21:05

Aldi coffee is vile. I think I'll pick my own stuff thanks! Just ask …Aldi coffee is vile. I think I'll pick my own stuff thanks! Just ask someone to go for you if you can't go yourselves. People are nice. You don't need to buy a lucky dip like this.


Hats off to you for picking your own coffee - do you go to Columbia, Ethiopia or where?
Edited by: "Rickardo" 12th Jun
RickDoyle12/06/2020 21:05

Aldi coffee is vile. I think I'll pick my own stuff thanks! Just ask …Aldi coffee is vile. I think I'll pick my own stuff thanks! Just ask someone to go for you if you can't go yourselves. People are nice. You don't need to buy a lucky dip like this.


Never tried the coffee.
Whilst I agree about going and picking your own(I do) some people literally have no-one they can ask as sad as that may be.
It may be a choice between a supermarket food box or nothing for them.
Rickardo12/06/2020 21:09

Hats off to you for picking your own coffee - go you go to Columbia, …Hats off to you for picking your own coffee - go you go to Columbia, Ethiopia or where?


I think you just won the internet with that response
I’ve had this before. Loo roll is really chewy and tough. Wouldn’t recommend
Rickardo12/06/2020 21:09

Hats off to you for picking your own coffee - go you go to Columbia, …Hats off to you for picking your own coffee - go you go to Columbia, Ethiopia or where?


Manchester. Coffee aisle.
I always found their Colombian instant to be fine, ditto their Millicano clone. Personal taste, obviously. 😁
dh2k12/06/2020 21:14

I’ve had this before. Loo roll is really chewy and tough. Wouldn’t rec …I’ve had this before. Loo roll is really chewy and tough. Wouldn’t recommend


It's for wiping your arse why would you want to eat it!
Worst coffee ever
craigl12/06/2020 21:31

It's for wiping your arse why would you want to eat it!


'Food parcel'?
craigl12/06/2020 21:31

It's for wiping your arse why would you want to eat it!

41075382-3Wh47.jpg
This is the second food box I’ve seen reduced with a code.

The people that need these boxes the most, are the vulnerable and elderly who are still shielding.

Is it not a bit unfair to expect elderly people (who might struggle actually ordering it online in the first place) to find these sort of “cheat codes” to get an essential food delivery at a decent price?

If the retailer can afford to pick and deliver these boxes at this price, that’s what they should be selling them for. It’s the people that need them the most that will be having to pay full whack for them.

It doesn’t sit well with me at all.
RickDoyle12/06/2020 21:41

Lighten up.


You're the one nitpicking that toilet paper shouldn't be in a food parcel. Are you high?
J_Staunton12/06/2020 22:08

You're the one nitpicking that toilet paper shouldn't be in a food parcel. …You're the one nitpicking that toilet paper shouldn't be in a food parcel. Are you high?


Except it wasn't my comment!

I just understood what the person was joking about and left an explanation to the other person who asked what they meant.

Check the comments before having a go at me! And lighten up!
RickDoyle12/06/2020 22:12

Except it wasn't my comment! I just understood what the person was joking …Except it wasn't my comment! I just understood what the person was joking about and left an explanation to the other person who asked what they meant. Check the comments before having a go at me! And lighten up!


Seems you're correct.

But repeating "lighten up" is really annoying
welder29912/06/2020 21:36

Worst coffee ever


I agree their basic coffee is horrible but their Free Trade coffee is nice and their americano style in the round tin is lovely and great price too.
J_Staunton12/06/2020 23:24

Seems you're correct.But repeating "lighten up" is really annoying


Sorry.
RickDoyle12/06/2020 21:05

Aldi coffee is vile. I think I'll pick my own stuff thanks! Just ask …Aldi coffee is vile. I think I'll pick my own stuff thanks! Just ask someone to go for you if you can't go yourselves. People are nice. You don't need to buy a lucky dip like this.


Aldi Colombian coffee is delicious.
HorseBoxGuy12/06/2020 21:57

This is the second food box I’ve seen reduced with a code. The people that …This is the second food box I’ve seen reduced with a code. The people that need these boxes the most, are the vulnerable and elderly who are still shielding. Is it not a bit unfair to expect elderly people (who might struggle actually ordering it online in the first place) to find these sort of “cheat codes” to get an essential food delivery at a decent price?If the retailer can afford to pick and deliver these boxes at this price, that’s what they should be selling them for. It’s the people that need them the most that will be having to pay full whack for them.It doesn’t sit well with me at all.


I agree in principle, but the reason for codes is so that some people pay full price and they make some profit. They could lower the price but it would be somewhere between the voucher and non-voucher prices.

Voucher codes allow a two tiered pricing so that people who are more cost sensitive can get a lower price while those who are time poor pay a little more. It's unfortunate here that the non-tech-savvy will cop the higher price regardless.
Rickardo12/06/2020 21:09

Hats off to you for picking your own coffee - do you go to Columbia, …Hats off to you for picking your own coffee - do you go to Columbia, Ethiopia or where?


dh2k12/06/2020 21:14

I’ve had this before. Loo roll is really chewy and tough. Wouldn’t rec …I’ve had this before. Loo roll is really chewy and tough. Wouldn’t recommend


Great for digestion though to be fair
We've ordered 2 of these boxes and they both arrived looking like Jim Carrey pet detective had delivered them. Every tin was damaged, pasta split was a mess. One of the boxes didn't even come in a box it arrived in ripped Aldi plastic bags. Never again.
RickDoyle12/06/2020 21:05

Aldi coffee is vile. I think I'll pick my own stuff thanks! Just ask …Aldi coffee is vile. I think I'll pick my own stuff thanks! Just ask someone to go for you if you can't go yourselves. People are nice. You don't need to buy a lucky dip like this.


Zzzzzzzzzzzzz
HorseBoxGuy12/06/2020 21:57

This is the second food box I’ve seen reduced with a code. The people that …This is the second food box I’ve seen reduced with a code. The people that need these boxes the most, are the vulnerable and elderly who are still shielding. Is it not a bit unfair to expect elderly people (who might struggle actually ordering it online in the first place) to find these sort of “cheat codes” to get an essential food delivery at a decent price?If the retailer can afford to pick and deliver these boxes at this price, that’s what they should be selling them for. It’s the people that need them the most that will be having to pay full whack for them.It doesn’t sit well with me at all.


This would be absolutely correct, except that the code is clearly displayed on the listing of the product, and again on the checkout basket (very close to a link that says 'add a voucher'). I’m getting on a bit, and I got the hint!

Even if I hadn’t, I’d only have paid £2.95 extra.

I agree that it’s more complicated than it needs to be. I assume that is because customers feel that they are getting a bargain if there’s a voucher.
Blueskinnedbeast12/06/2020 21:12

I think you just won the internet with that response


Oh defo. The genius with the high end sentence forming sure. "go you go". You lot ain't even picked up on that! Such a funny comment for 'ardo genius. Not.
RickDoyle12/06/2020 21:05

Aldi coffee is vile. I think I'll pick my own stuff thanks! Just ask …Aldi coffee is vile. I think I'll pick my own stuff thanks! Just ask someone to go for you if you can't go yourselves. People are nice. You don't need to buy a lucky dip like this.


I think it’s aimed at people who really don’t have much just now with everything going on or even someone wanting to do a nice gesture
Aldi coffee is an acquired taste. It’s better than many ‘premium’ instant coffees however the taste is such you’ll either like it or loathe it.

lidl coffee on the other hand, is the best ‘gold blend’ type instant coffee I’ve ever tried. Absolutely amazing for instant.
Blueskinnedbeast12/06/2020 21:11

Never tried the coffee.Whilst I agree about going and picking your own(I …Never tried the coffee.Whilst I agree about going and picking your own(I do) some people literally have no-one they can ask as sad as that may be.It may be a choice between a supermarket food box or nothing for them.


The coffee is vile. Tried it once, never again!
RickDoyle12/06/2020 21:05

Aldi coffee is vile. I think I'll pick my own stuff thanks! Just ask …Aldi coffee is vile. I think I'll pick my own stuff thanks! Just ask someone to go for you if you can't go yourselves. People are nice. You don't need to buy a lucky dip like this.


And tea
Budgetiegar13/06/2020 08:44

I agree in principle, but the reason for codes is so that some people pay …I agree in principle, but the reason for codes is so that some people pay full price and they make some profit. They could lower the price but it would be somewhere between the voucher and non-voucher prices.Voucher codes allow a two tiered pricing so that people who are more cost sensitive can get a lower price while those who are time poor pay a little more. It's unfortunate here that the non-tech-savvy will cop the higher price regardless.


Yeah, I understand that - it’s exactly my point. The people that are most likely to pick up on deals and offers like this, are those probably not in desperate need of cheap delivered food parcels.
Giantboy13/06/2020 08:55

We've ordered 2 of these boxes and they both arrived looking like Jim …We've ordered 2 of these boxes and they both arrived looking like Jim Carrey pet detective had delivered them. Every tin was damaged, pasta split was a mess. One of the boxes didn't even come in a box it arrived in ripped Aldi plastic bags. Never again.


Did the delivery person sneakily take your dog whilst delivering 🤪
J_Staunton12/06/2020 23:24

Seems you're correct.But repeating "lighten up" is really annoying


Light up then.
Can these be bought and sent to Food Banks, as most in my area are drop off only and would be easier to purchase a few to send. Thanks.
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