Aldi Shopping List 10/7 – 10/13/12

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First-time Aldi shoppers, you’ll need to bring a quarter (not 25 cents, but a quarter) for the refundable deposit on your cart and bring your own grocery bags. They take cash or debit card, but not credit card. Find an Aldi near you.

If it helps you appreciate Aldi a little more, read Wikipedia’s article about them and learn that Aldi is owned by the parent company that owns Trader Joe’s. Don’t forget Aldi’s double guarantee too, where you will get a replacement product AND a refund if you are not 100% satisfied.

Your turn: What else will you pick up this week at Aldi?

Comments

  1. Val says

    I wanted to comment that I purchased the queen size pillow for $4.99, and never had a queen sized pillow until now. It seems a very nice pillow, for the price. It's quilted with lots of filling. My Aldi also had to-go BPA-free beverage cups, with flip top closeable lids, for $4.99 for 2 of them. They come with one plain cup and one with flowers on it and a built-in cup "sleeve". I thought this also was a good deal. The cups are 16 oz. I will use them for when I go to Caribou, to get my 10% discount for using a reusable cup.

  2. Ruth says

    FYI, the Aldi in Burnsville had BOGO wide pan wheat bread, so each loaf was $.84. Wow! Not close to expiration or anything either. Hubby stocked up!

  3. Jen says

    Is the price on toilet paper here on the Aldi list considered the best price per roll on toilet paper and useful to compare to other sales from other stores? It appears this would be .41 cents a double roll. Is that a good stock-up price?

    • says

      Not a stock up price, since you can get it at that price any dy of the week from Aldi. Think of it as the price to beat. Anything less than that would be a stock up price.

  4. Jen says

    Which brand/type of bread would you say this is comparable to? Is it like a Brownberry bread with multi-grains inside the bread and on the crust? Just curious since I've never purchased it before, but would certainly love to try it if it's similar to what we already eat!

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