Men's quilted jacket £16.99 @ Aldi
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Men's quilted jacket £16.99 @ Aldi

£16.99ALDI Deals
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Found 10th Nov 2013
Olive and navy available. Started today no idea when this deal ends

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Would suit townie, trying to look better than he is...

How does this jacket affect the look of ones wellbeing dsuk?

I like it. Will get one tomorrow.

Banned

Nothing says, chav better than a quilted jacket from Aldi.

BACONIZGUD4ME

Nothing says, chav better than a quilted jacket from Aldi.



Nothing says chav better than poor use of grammar.

In reality, this jacket isn't too bad at all (I saw them yesterday when food shopping).

Why do people still think of Aldi as some poor man's alternative? It is Which magazine's supermarket of the year for 2013. Their food offerings have won multiple awards. I'm pretty sure their Christmas pudding also beat those of every other supermarket (including Waitrose!).
So yes, feel free to spend more than you need to. Alternatively, take a look :).

because people are suckers for the big discounts at other supermarkets, "thinking" they're getting a good deal rather than shopping efficiently all the time.

In stock in west Drayton but only had blue medium and xl.

robertoegg

because people are suckers for the big discounts at other supermarkets, … because people are suckers for the big discounts at other supermarkets, "thinking" they're getting a good deal rather than shopping efficiently all the time.



Absolutely...& I'm also quite sure that on whole, those additional 'discounts' are wasted (either through over eating, or simply through throwing away excess food).
What I do like about Aldi is that I rarely see any buy one get one free offers. It is just cheaper on a per product basis - and those promotions they do have simply reduce the per item cost (the Aldi 'super six' offers on fruit and veg are great...really cheap, and top quality - particularly the on the vine tomatoes that I picked up yesterday!).
The acid test though. We cooked an unexpected meal for my grandmother (ridiculously wealthy - and literally doesn't buy something unless it is expensive. Grr!). She had an Aldi premium soup, some 39p bread rolls, a couple of £1.99 premium rocket/pepperoni/mozzarella pizzas, baby leaf salad with on the vine tomatoes...and a £1.39 super tasty tea cake. She actually commented on everything that she was given - and particularly liked the pizzas!! She assumed we had gone to Waitrose. I think she was a little disappointed when I told her everything came from Aldi (and that it cost the sum total of about £7). I do love shooting down those that think quality is directly proportional to price

I'd rather shop at Aldi than anywhere else. I think the people who laugh about them, are actually mummies boys who still get their parents to buy food for them.

zisssou

I'd rather shop at Aldi than anywhere else. I think the people who laugh … I'd rather shop at Aldi than anywhere else. I think the people who laugh about them, are actually mummies boys who still get their parents to buy food for them.



Aldi or Lidl? I usually shop at Lidl, only been into Aldi once. Is Aldi better?

Aldi annoyed me recently when my local branch changed their discount stickers from 50% to 30%. I used to pick up a free range chicken (sell by date 2 days away) for £2.50 instead of a fiver, now they are pushing them at £3.50 - ridiculous !!!!!

zisssou

I'd rather shop at Aldi than anywhere else. I think the people who laugh … I'd rather shop at Aldi than anywhere else. I think the people who laugh about them, are actually mummies boys who still get their parents to buy food for them.

yotmon

Aldi annoyed me recently when my local branch changed their discount … Aldi annoyed me recently when my local branch changed their discount stickers from 50% to 30%. I used to pick up a free range chicken (sell by date 2 days away) for £2.50 instead of a fiver, now they are pushing them at £3.50 - ridiculous !!!!!



Aldi certainly win far more awards...and they are a much bigger company too. I used to shop at Lidl, but am much happier with the products at Aldi.




I think your store was the exception. The Aldi store in Bangor told me they never reduced products below 30%...and they also (much to my annoyance) don't give wasted (but perfectly good) food to homeless shelters etc.
Then again, most supermarkets are guilty of that idiocy.

Got one from my local store earlier, they had all sizes in both colours
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