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Save Big Money at Aldi

aldi grocery shopping review Hey guys!

 

I just wanted to share a tip with y'all. One word: ALDI.

 

Do you have one in your neck of the woods? I've been shopping at Aldi for over a year now and I'm in love. Seriously. This is a totally unprovoked review.

 

Sure, they make you use a quarter to get a shopping cart (you get it back when you return it). Why do they make you use a quarter? The quarter ensures you return the cart to its rightful place to get the quarter back – and that saves ALDI money on paying someone to collect carts all day long. Genius, right? When Aldi saves money on stuff like that, you feel the difference on prices.

 

I love how fast the check-out lines are. As a Scandinavian company, everything at Aldi is run very efficiently (think: Ikea). Sure, they carry generic food items – but as you may know, generic just means it was made by one of the big food makers and given a different style label and name so as not to compete with the brand name.

 

Aldi is a total generic paradise: they have everything from generic fiber one bars to generic hummus. YUM!! If you want to save some serious money on your grocery bill and don't have time to coupon – check out Aldi!

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  • lemniskate67l

    I could not agree more! The food is *GOOD*, too. And something I like is that the layout is the same in almost all the stores – I started being able to make my shopping list out in order of the aisles, and it really helps!

    Plus, they give you double your money back if you’re not happy with a food item you buy. Not the household stuff (which is also GREAT quality and value), but all the groceries. Their weekly specials are fantastic too, and really good deals. Just be sure to get there the day the sale starts if you want to get something! :D

  • Manda

    We don’t have an Aldi here but we have a Winco which is very very similar! Love these types of stores, just wish more people would open their eyes and use them! lol

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