Easter eggs and chocolate reduced @ Aldi up to 60% off!  Prices from 29p to £4.99
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Easter eggs and chocolate reduced @ Aldi up to 60% off! Prices from 29p to £4.99

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Found 2nd AprEdited by:"thomasleep"
All the reductions are shown in the link, I know others have posted individual eggs or chocolate prices so thanks to them.
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Thanks for sharing op....
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DAPPAMAN2nd Apr

Thanks for sharing op....


Hope you mean the deal, becuase the choccy is all mine
29p to £4.99 isn't 60% off. It's actually 1,721% on.
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Zuulan1 h, 23 m ago

29p to £4.99 isn't 60% off. It's actually 1,721% on.


really that is not clear to you?
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thomasleep13 m ago

really that is not clear to you?


There you go, I put an extra in word just to help you out.
Felt thoroughly ripped off at Aldi last Sat when I bought what was a £9 265g egg. It was among the £4 eggs and it seemed reasonable at that price. The chocolate used is standard quality, no higher end cocoa solids content for what us £3.50 per 100g.
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monkeyhanger759 h, 7 m ago

Felt thoroughly ripped off at Aldi last Sat when I bought what was a £9 …Felt thoroughly ripped off at Aldi last Sat when I bought what was a £9 265g egg. It was among the £4 eggs and it seemed reasonable at that price. The chocolate used is standard quality, no higher end cocoa solids content for what us £3.50 per 100g.


Did you read the label before you bought it??
^ Yes. Seemed reasonable for a £4 egg (as it seemed to be as per shop display), on the till receipt is was called a "Faberge egg". No such egg description/price on the display where they were among the £4 eggs of very similar weight.

The point was, if i'm paying £3.50 per 100g for chocolate, it should be exceptionally good, especially in a place you'd think would be good value for money. The Lidl eggs looked much better.
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monkeyhanger7515 m ago

^ Yes. Seemed reasonable for a £4 egg (as it seemed to be as per shop …^ Yes. Seemed reasonable for a £4 egg (as it seemed to be as per shop display), on the till receipt is was called a "Faberge egg". No such egg description/price on the display where they were among the £4 eggs of very similar weight.The point was, if i'm paying £3.50 per 100g for chocolate, it should be exceptionally good, especially in a place you'd think would be good value for money. The Lidl eggs looked much better.


So you knew what you were paying for is the point!
Hot UK censors at it again for a non-argumentative clarification post.

Might be gone in a mo, but for clarification: Thought I was buying a £4 egg due to lack of signage and placement of product among the other £4 eggs of very similar weight. Hard to check at the tills due to the speed at which your produce is scanned and flung at you for packing.

Checked my receipt when I got home and found it was a £9 egg. Chocolate tasted distinctly average and not worth anywhere close to the effective cost of £3.50 per 100g.
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monkeyhanger757 h, 11 m ago

Hot UK censors at it again for a non-argumentative clarification post. …Hot UK censors at it again for a non-argumentative clarification post. Might be gone in a mo, but for clarification: Thought I was buying a £4 egg due to lack of signage and placement of product among the other £4 eggs of very similar weight. Hard to check at the tills due to the speed at which your produce is scanned and flung at you for packing.Checked my receipt when I got home and found it was a £9 egg. Chocolate tasted distinctly average and not worth anywhere close to the effective cost of £3.50 per 100g.


What does that have to do with this post? I bought something once and paid too much, can tell you Ad nauseam too if you like
The point is, the Aldi eggs are overpriced at even half price.
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monkeyhanger7515 m ago

The point is, the Aldi eggs are overpriced at even half price.


Ad nauseam, to continue to the point of nausea!
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