Aldi Super Six deal instore from 25/5/17 - 07/06/17 - 55p
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Aldi Super Six deal instore from 25/5/17 - 07/06/17 - 55p

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LocalFound 24th May 2017
Aldi Super six
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Nectarines min 4 pack - £0.55
Babycorn 135g -£0.55
Mango -£0.55
Large Flat Mushrooms 250g - £0.55
Rhubarb 400g - £0.55
Green Beans 220g - £0.55
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55p for 1 mango doesn't seem right. they can be for a pack of 2 from 89p to £1
iwashere2000

55p for 1 mango doesn't seem right. they can be for a pack of 2 from 89p … 55p for 1 mango doesn't seem right. they can be for a pack of 2 from 89p to £1



​The price hike is because of Brexit (or Aldi are ripping off it's customers - (as usual))
I wonder when they'll pull the prices down to compete with Tesco who have nectarines and mangos on at 49p..
Rather get it from tesco.more value for money
tinca

​The price hike is because of Brexit (or Aldi are ripping off it's c … ​The price hike is because of Brexit (or Aldi are ripping off it's customers - (as usual))



Then go and pay Sainsburys prices.

Then you will REALLY be conned​
tinca

The price hike is because of Brexit (or Aldi are ripping off it's … The price hike is because of Brexit (or Aldi are ripping off it's customers - (as usual))



I agree. Many things have increased - some disproportionately so. An it was an excuse to increase prices above the change in the pound. Although lets face it, people didn't really know what voting for Brexit REALLY meant.
As previously mentioned Tescos are currently offering mangoes as specials - theirs will be 49p and peach packs for 49p. This Aldi deal could be a winner if it is for the mangoes they sell loose - which are large, up to twice the size of those in the twin packs; and usually selling for 95p each.

It looks that Tesco are attempting to price match here, as during past promotions their mangoes are typically priced @69p.

These are great deals to get the summer started!
sparkleyblue

I agree. Many things have increased - some disproportionately so. An it … I agree. Many things have increased - some disproportionately so. An it was an excuse to increase prices above the change in the pound. Although lets face it, people didn't really know what voting for Brexit REALLY meant.


And they still don't - conned by UKIP, Boris and Co. Just wait till the sh1t really starts hitting the fan.
Thought the sh*t has been hitting the fan since the Thatcher years.
robin5858

Then go and pay Sainsburys prices. Then you will REALLY be conned


Lidl offer a much better shopping experience!
Lidl's prices are much closer to their cost so there's less wiggle room to absorb rises and any increase in raw costs has a bigger effect.
Newbold

And they still don't - conned by UKIP, Boris and Co. Just wait till the … And they still don't - conned by UKIP, Boris and Co. Just wait till the sh1t really starts hitting the fan.


Love the optimism!
sJohnson23

Lidl's prices are much closer to their cost so there's less wiggle room … Lidl's prices are much closer to their cost so there's less wiggle room to absorb rises and any increase in raw costs has a bigger effect.


Spot on - and likewise for Aldi.
Rhubarb crumble, bro.
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