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savings at aldi

May 4th, 2010 at 05:14 pm

I collected a few reciepts to see how much I'm saving at Aldi, to get a rough idea of whether or not it's actually worth going there. So, listed below are a few items that we regularly buy, the first price is the supermarket price (Bi Lo, Woolworths, Coles) and the second price is Aldi.

Tinned Tuna 95g: $1.82 - $1.29
Coffee 250g: $8.49 - $4.99
Muesli Bars 6 pack: $4.99 - $2.99
Cola 2L: $3.47 - $0.99
Chocolate 200g: $4.29 - $2.79
Plain Yoghurt 1kg: $5.74 - $4.69
Chocolate Biscuits: $2.89 - $1.79
Cheese 1kg: $9.99 - $5.99
Rice 2kg: $6.99 - $3.49
Dishwash Liquid: $2.49 - $0.99
Tinned Tomatoes: $1.19 - $0.75
Coconut Cream: $1.09 - $0.85
Pasta 1kg: $1.42 - $1.14
Toilet Paper 16rolls: $9.00 - $4.99
Laundry Liquid 2L: $5.99 - $9.99
Pesto Tapenade: $4.37 - $2.69
Handwash: $7.50 - $2.99
Raw Sugar 1kg: $1.12 - $0.89

So yes, I think continuing to shop there is going to save money in the long run Big Grin

4 Responses to “savings at aldi”

  1. cptacek Says:

    You can make your own yogurt in a crockpot. I've been doing that for a few months, now, and I think it tastes great.

  2. whitestripe Says:

    I've been thinking about doing that, but I might purchase a yoghurt maker. Our slow cooker is far too big, and if I were to put a smaller dish inside, it would be too hot.

  3. rob62521 Says:

    We are big Aldi fans. We really feel the staples like milk and eggs and flour are reasonable as are the fresh fruits and vegetables.

  4. pjmama Says:

    I love aldi Smile

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