Unfortunately, this voucher is no longer valid
Lidl £5 off £30 spend in current Lidl Moments Booklet
403° Expired

Lidl £5 off £30 spend in current Lidl Moments Booklet

22
Posted 7th MayEdited by:"dazigster"
3226474.jpg
Usual deal - booklet is being posted to properties in the vicinity of stores, but it's not unknown for some stores to distribute them in store too (by mistake?), so keep an eye out.

Excludes alcohol in Scotland - everyone else, fill yer boots.
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
You have better chance finding a fiver on the floor than one of these booklets(lol)
Not saying that I wouldn't use a voucher if one happened through my door, it won't, but I would ... however, I have definitely decided though that I prefer Aldi to Lidl.
tuhinrahman9 m ago

Where would you get the magazine?


Gets posted through a very small percentage of homes, not a deal it’s like winning the lottery.
22 Comments
Not saying that I wouldn't use a voucher if one happened through my door, it won't, but I would ... however, I have definitely decided though that I prefer Aldi to Lidl.
Can you please post a bigger picture of the coupon itself? Your help is much appreciated :-)
You have better chance finding a fiver on the floor than one of these booklets(lol)
holeymoley181 h, 29 m ago

Not saying that I wouldn't use a voucher if one happened through my door, …Not saying that I wouldn't use a voucher if one happened through my door, it won't, but I would ... however, I have definitely decided though that I prefer Aldi to Lidl.


Same. Aldi is the best grocery store so far. Plus variety of new products
holeymoley181 h, 35 m ago

Not saying that I wouldn't use a voucher if one happened through my door, …Not saying that I wouldn't use a voucher if one happened through my door, it won't, but I would ... however, I have definitely decided though that I prefer Aldi to Lidl.


Same here! At my Lidl (Liverpool city centre, the old one) they usually have rotten food (grey mince, grey beef, sometimes cheese with mold, etc). I used to alert the employees whenever I found these bad products, so most of the times I just prefer to walk more and buy at Aldi. But since the last Christmats we don't even bother since we visit this store only for a few things.

I think the rotten food reason is because they have like 2-3 baskets (sometimes even more) at the end of the tills, full of food that the customers didn't want, and the employees/customers just leave them there, laying there for hours. Sadly this is a common practice (I saw this at Aldi, Lidl, Asda...), but in that Lidl is an everyday thing.

About Aldi, in general we find that almost everything tastes a bit better, and just a very few times I found bad looking meat/food. Also processed food usually has less calories (fats and sugars), but probably those labels lie more than a drunken kid, so we only use them as headlines.
Where would you get the magazine?
tuhinrahman9 m ago

Where would you get the magazine?


Gets posted through a very small percentage of homes, not a deal it’s like winning the lottery.
holeymoley1807/05/2019 20:41

Not saying that I wouldn't use a voucher if one happened through my door, …Not saying that I wouldn't use a voucher if one happened through my door, it won't, but I would ... however, I have definitely decided though that I prefer Aldi to Lidl.


Why
I do agree that some things are better in Aldi but I love the bakery in lidls, and the free from range although not huge is good value and aldi don't have one at all. I can get vitalite, soy yoghurt and lots of gluten free biscuits, cereals and bread at lidls
AccidentalGenius07/05/2019 20:55

You have better chance finding a fiver on the floor than one of these …You have better chance finding a fiver on the floor than one of these booklets(lol)


That’s right. Lidl Moments magazine is being delivered to mailboxes only in areas where middle class and rich people live
AccidentalGenius11 h, 49 m ago

You have better chance finding a fiver on the floor than one of these …You have better chance finding a fiver on the floor than one of these booklets(lol)


Rubbish. We had one posted through the door!
If anyone can add a scan of the actual voucher, that would be much appreciated.
Aidan94g16 h, 36 m ago

Why


I just find that their meat, veg and bread are generally fresher and because my local Aldi is larger it carries a better range. I also think their 89p pizzas are a good alternative to Goodfellas.

Finding a whole finger from a yellow disposable glove in a packet of Lidl own brand crisps didn't help.
live near two lidls yet have never got one of these- loads of Asda leaflets come through tho...
minglukhan5807/05/2019 20:49

Can you please post a bigger picture of the coupon itself? Your help is …Can you please post a bigger picture of the coupon itself? Your help is much appreciated :-)


37615701-zWSi1.jpg
The T&C's are very specific that online printouts won't be accepted, but knock yourself out.
dpm108/05/2019 08:15

That’s right. Lidl Moments magazine is being delivered to mailboxes only i …That’s right. Lidl Moments magazine is being delivered to mailboxes only in areas where middle class and rich people live


Damn right.

I believe "rich, handsome, charismatic and successful" are also on their selection criteria
dazigster09/05/2019 13:21

[Image] The T&C's are very specific that online printouts won't be …[Image] The T&C's are very specific that online printouts won't be accepted, but knock yourself out.


Thanks for taking the trouble to add it!
manj09/05/2019 11:03

live near two lidls yet have never got one of these- loads of Asda …live near two lidls yet have never got one of these- loads of Asda leaflets come through tho...


That maybe sounds like Lidl have got the area sewn up so feel they have no need to tempt you in.

I get at least 4 of these offers in the post a year, plus they give out the booklets with vouchers in store around Xmas and Easter. But this is almost certainly because there are 7 Tesco's, 4 coops, 8 sainsburys, a Waitrose, an ASDA, 3 M&S (soon 4), 3 morrisons and 3 lidls all within 15 minutes walk - it's absolutely crazy.

The lidls are by far the quietest, and overflow with reduced items - I could live entirely off reduced-to-30p ready meals if I could stomach it.
dazigster09/05/2019 13:53

That maybe sounds like Lidl have got the area sewn up so feel they have no …That maybe sounds like Lidl have got the area sewn up so feel they have no need to tempt you in.I get at least 4 of these offers in the post a year, plus they give out the booklets with vouchers in store around Xmas and Easter. But this is almost certainly because there are 7 Tesco's, 4 coops, 8 sainsburys, a Waitrose, an ASDA, 3 M&S (soon 4), 3 morrisons and 3 lidls all within 15 minutes walk - it's absolutely crazy. The lidls are by far the quietest, and overflow with reduced items - I could live entirely off reduced-to-30p ready meals if I could stomach it.


I reckon you’ve hit the nail on the head there. The joys of big city life...........a 15 minute walk here wouldn’t even get you to the nearest village shop
Received one in post today Just for the record I rent on the 3rd worst street in town - no riches here, mostly just working poor!
dazigster09/05/2019 13:53

That maybe sounds like Lidl have got the area sewn up so feel they have no …That maybe sounds like Lidl have got the area sewn up so feel they have no need to tempt you in.I get at least 4 of these offers in the post a year, plus they give out the booklets with vouchers in store around Xmas and Easter. But this is almost certainly because there are 7 Tesco's, 4 coops, 8 sainsburys, a Waitrose, an ASDA, 3 M&S (soon 4), 3 morrisons and 3 lidls all within 15 minutes walk - it's absolutely crazy. The lidls are by far the quietest, and overflow with reduced items - I could live entirely off reduced-to-30p ready meals if I could stomach it.



I have 2 macaroni cheese ready meals in the freezer that i'll never eat as they taste vile.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text