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Aldi Magnum Dishwasher Tablets x 70 now £1.00

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Posted 13th JanAvailable: National

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Aldi have done away with 70 tablets per box to 40 per box so all of the old stock is being sold for £1.00 a box. It's a nationwide deal.

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AmandaGorton13/01/2020 13:59

What are these like ? I usually stick to Fairy or Finish tabs but …What are these like ? I usually stick to Fairy or Finish tabs but occasionally buy Tesco or Sainsbury’s own brand


This comparison image is from about a year ago so it would have been updated since but you get the picture. BTW I got this image from someone posting it on hotukdeals

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why the change of boxes
What was the original price?
What are these like ? I usually stick to Fairy or Finish tabs but occasionally buy Tesco or Sainsbury’s own brand
AmandaGorton13/01/2020 13:59

What are these like ? I usually stick to Fairy or Finish tabs but …What are these like ? I usually stick to Fairy or Finish tabs but occasionally buy Tesco or Sainsbury’s own brand


I've found these to be very good.
Better than other own brands.
Been using for a while.
AmandaGorton13/01/2020 13:59

What are these like ? I usually stick to Fairy or Finish tabs but …What are these like ? I usually stick to Fairy or Finish tabs but occasionally buy Tesco or Sainsbury’s own brand


This comparison image is from about a year ago so it would have been updated since but you get the picture. BTW I got this image from someone posting it on hotukdeals

39666025-MI3xQ.jpg
shortguy4u13/01/2020 14:27

I've found these to be very good.Better than other own brands.Been using …I've found these to be very good.Better than other own brands.Been using for a while.


Cheers,I’ll give them a whirl 🏼
jco8313/01/2020 15:24

This comparison image is from about a year ago so it would have been …This comparison image is from about a year ago so it would have been updated since but you get the picture. BTW I got this image from someone posting it on hotukdeals [Image]


Cheers for that! Will definitely give them a go then 🏼
Originally £4.99, they dropped them to £2 a box last week which I thought was a good deal but then to £1 a box today is a bargain. I had 5 boxes and there were about 40+ boxes still on the shelf.
AmandaGorton13/01/2020 13:59

What are these like ? I usually stick to Fairy or Finish tabs but …What are these like ? I usually stick to Fairy or Finish tabs but occasionally buy Tesco or Sainsbury’s own brand


They are great
AmandaGorton13/01/2020 13:59

What are these like ? I usually stick to Fairy or Finish tabs but …What are these like ? I usually stick to Fairy or Finish tabs but occasionally buy Tesco or Sainsbury’s own brand


Brilliant I changed from finish to these and they are amazing for the price.
None of these larger cheap boxes left in Handsworth sheffield, just been.
doubt very much my local will have any left. Like vultures when there's a bargain to be had
might have detour and pick some up tonight, I use these and there dishwasher cleaner on a echo washer in my not expensive dishwasher and Never had dirty plate, I use finish rinish tho, and any salt does, tho I don't live in hard salt area
I had a walk down to Aldi in Harlow and afraid there are none in there (only packs of 40).
White hot at this price. I paid normal price for these not long back. Great tabs
Scratches the glassware, cold, sorry.

The above table is also not true - Finish powerball quantum often is ~£13 for 90 when on sale. ~13-14p a wash
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 13th Jan
I've been using the 99p tablets from savers recently.

No complaints at all but not a patch on this deal!
only 40 boxes at mine
Aldi now do a premuim 1, has anybody tried them?
Inquisitor13/01/2020 18:01

Scratches the glassware, cold, sorry.The above table is also not true - …Scratches the glassware, cold, sorry.The above table is also not true - Finish powerball quantum often is ~£13 for 90 when on sale. ~13-14p a wash


Unsurprisingly, the table features standard RRP prices.
Been using these for several years. Every bit as good as Finish tablets. Great price, but even when not on offer they represent the best value by far.
Think this is store specific - I've never seen anything other than the boxes of 40 in my store so doubt any discounted 70's will appear!
Inquisitor13/01/2020 18:01

Scratches the glassware, cold, sorry.The above table is also not true - …Scratches the glassware, cold, sorry.The above table is also not true - Finish powerball quantum often is ~£13 for 90 when on sale. ~13-14p a wash


I would check to make sure you have enough salt in your machine. It's the hard (mineral rich) water that scratches them.
I find finish tablets leave a flavour on dishes especially plastic
So Aldi have decided to increase packaging waste? How thoughtful of them
jco8314/01/2020 01:25

Unsurprisingly, the table features standard RRP prices.


Unsurprisingly, the stars or "test scores" means next to nothing as it has no details or source.
We all pick and choose what we like to see

backyard14/01/2020 11:06

I would check to make sure you have enough salt in your machine. It's the …I would check to make sure you have enough salt in your machine. It's the hard (mineral rich) water that scratches them.


Call me crazy but I don't use salt (never needed with Finish?)... Thought the all in one ones have the salt added already?
Inquisitor14/01/2020 17:02

Unsurprisingly, the stars or "test scores" means next to nothing as it has …Unsurprisingly, the stars or "test scores" means next to nothing as it has no details or source. We all pick and choose what we like to see :)Call me crazy but I don't use salt (never needed with Finish?)... Thought the all in one ones have the salt added already?


It's from Which?, a trusted consumer product reviewer.
Inquisitor14/01/2020 17:02

Unsurprisingly, the stars or "test scores" means next to nothing as it has …Unsurprisingly, the stars or "test scores" means next to nothing as it has no details or source. We all pick and choose what we like to see :)Call me crazy but I don't use salt (never needed with Finish?)... Thought the all in one ones have the salt added already?


I do apologise. I seem to have offended you. You obviously use the Finish one and were a bit put out by that comparison chart. Rest assured the chart isn't just made up rubbish. I mean why would it be I believe it came from 'Which?'. But feel free to go on your merry way believing whatever you wish
Edited by: "jco83" 14th Jan
BrendenB14/01/2020 18:51

It's from Which?, a trusted consumer product reviewer.


Thanks for naming its source. Though still I'd question the rank weightings even on said data.

jco8314/01/2020 20:23

I do apologise. I seem to have offended you. You obviously use the Finish …I do apologise. I seem to have offended you. You obviously use the Finish one and were a bit put out by that comparison chart. Rest assured the chart isn't just made up rubbish. I mean why would it be I believe it came from 'Which?'. But feel free to go on your merry way believing whatever you wish


You are forgiven for your ignorance.
In the age of information, spreading misinformation is worse than no information.
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 14th Jan
Inquisitor14/01/2020 20:42

Thanks for naming its source. Though still I'd question the rank …Thanks for naming its source. Though still I'd question the rank weightings even on said data.You are forgiven for your ignorance. In the age of information, spreading misinformation is worse than no information.


It isn't misinformation. A quick web search lead me to 2 separate articles featuring the chart, both stating that the chart is from 'Which?'.
Which? is a United Kingdom brand name that promotes informed consumer choice in the purchase of goods and services by testing products, highlighting inferior products or services, raising awareness of consumer rights and offering independent advice.Wikipedia
jco8314/01/2020 20:59

It isn't misinformation. A quick web search lead me to 2 separate articles …It isn't misinformation. A quick web search lead me to 2 separate articles featuring the chart, both stating that the chart is from 'Which?'. Which? is a United Kingdom brand name that promotes informed consumer choice in the purchase of goods and services by testing products, highlighting inferior products or services, raising awareness of consumer rights and offering independent advice.Wikipedia


"This comparison image is from about a year ago so it would have been updated since but you get the picture. BTW I got this image from someone posting it on hotukdeals"

You mean you got this from a poster a year ago? No credit to whoever it was you took it from or links for fact checking?

Since you did your homework I thank you for doing the right thing, now.
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 14th Jan
Imagine. Just imagine being so obsessed with a brand that you critique someone as possibly spreading "misinformation" for posting a screenshot of ratings of brands and not citing the source. Now imagine the brand was dishwasher tablets, and imagine the screenshot actually showed the brand to be the best. That's the level of madness on display above.
Edited by: "BrendenB" 14th Jan
BrendenB14/01/2020 21:52

Imagine. Just imagine being so obsessed with a brand that you critique …Imagine. Just imagine being so obsessed with a brand that you critique someone as possibly spreading "misinformation" for posting a screenshot of ratings of brands and not citing the source. Now imagine the brand was dishwasher tablets, and imagine the screenshot actually showed the brand to be the best. That's the level of madness on display above.


... the brand to *not be the best. ...
Inquisitor14/01/2020 17:02

Unsurprisingly, the stars or "test scores" means next to nothing as it has …Unsurprisingly, the stars or "test scores" means next to nothing as it has no details or source. We all pick and choose what we like to see :)Call me crazy but I don't use salt (never needed with Finish?)... Thought the all in one ones have the salt added already?


Putting salt in your dishwasher is necessary in hard water areas. Should've got a water hardness test strip with your dishwasher. Perhaps you should be careful you're not spreading misinformation huh
jco8314/01/2020 23:48

... the brand to *not be the best. ...


Sorry, thought I read Fairy earlier. The 5th best. Doesn't really matter to my point, though.

You should try Fairy Platinum by the way, I swear by it and bought 480 for £24 a number of months ago. Even in my rented apartment's cheap old dishwasher it gets just about anything clean and sparkly, no pre-washing whatsoever.
BrendenB15/01/2020 00:07

Sorry, thought I read Fairy earlier. The 5th best. Doesn't really matter …Sorry, thought I read Fairy earlier. The 5th best. Doesn't really matter to my point, though.You should try Fairy Platinum by the way, I swear by it and bought 480 for £24 a number of months ago. Even in my rented apartment's cheap old dishwasher it gets just about anything clean and sparkly, no pre-washing whatsoever.


Fairy Platinum is what we use
BrendenB14/01/2020 21:52

Imagine. Just imagine being so obsessed with a brand that you critique …Imagine. Just imagine being so obsessed with a brand that you critique someone as possibly spreading "misinformation" for posting a screenshot of ratings of brands and not citing the source. Now imagine the brand was dishwasher tablets, and imagine the screenshot actually showed the brand to be the best. That's the level of madness on display above.


I think its important to give credit where credits due especially now a days everyone is all about self interest (and biased/fake reviews). A simple line of where and/or who you got it from is not tall order to ask. Nor is an extra line about your experience on the product instead of "its great, buy it".
If you don't agree and is only determined by the importance (or value?) of a product/object then fair enough.

I'm sure you both knew that already but we got there in the end.

I'll try Fairy the next time I find a sale.
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 15th Jan
jco8315/01/2020 00:04

Putting salt in your dishwasher is necessary in hard water areas. …Putting salt in your dishwasher is necessary in hard water areas. Should've got a water hardness test strip with your dishwasher. Perhaps you should be careful you're not spreading misinformation huh


Salt is necessary in all conditions..?
help.smeguk.com/app…her

"all in one" tablets are supposed be as that, you don't need to fill up separately.

Mine came back as "2 of 4" (4 being hard). Can't really quantify/qualify? as I don't know how it's measured.
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 15th Jan
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