Maureen’s Aldi Shopping Trip – All this milk, orange juice and produce for $14.35 ***NO COUPONS NEEDED***

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aldi-maureen-110616Maureen asked me if I wanted to share her Aldi trip from Sunday (11/6/16.) Even though there aren’t any coupons involved (because Aldi doesn’t take them), I thought it would be beneficial to show you guys the nice stuff you can get even if you don’t clip any coupons. Make sure you check your local store’s ad, because from past experience I remember that the produce seems to vary regionally. With that in mind, I think at least some of these items are at regular prices…and Aldi is CHEAP!

Here are a few notes Maureen shared with me: “Some of the Aldi milk gallons were close to expiration (Nov 9), so they marked ALL the milk down to $0.99 per gallon. The gallon I got expires on November 17. The Brussels Sprouts expire on Nov 12, so they won’t hold up until Nov 24. I’ll either eat them or blanch them and freeze them.”

So, if you have an Aldi nearby, check them out. You will probably end up saving a bundle on produce. Here’s what she bought…

TWO PACKAGES OF BRUSSEL SPROUTS, $0.99 each

FOUR PACKAGES OF BABY CARROTS, $0.69 each

BANANAS, $1.09 total (2.48 lbs at $0.44/lb.)

RUSSET POTATOES 10 LB BAG, $1.69
***Used one $0.25/1 Checkout51 rebate for Potatoes.

FOUR BAGS OF YELLOW ONIONS 3 LBS/BAG, $0.79 each

ONE BAG OF SWEET POTATOES, $0.99

ONE CARTON OF ORANGE JUICE FROM CONCENTRATE, $1.69

ONE GALLON OF WHOLE MILK, $0.99!

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Comments

  1. MauraFlorida says:

    A few notes:

    The Brussels Sprouts and carrots are one-pound bags. The sweet potatoes are a 3-pound bag.

    Bananas for $0.44/lb is a regular price. OJ from concentrate 59 oz is a regular price. I am mixing with a large can of Dole pineapple juice I got at Publix this summer for $1, so I didn’t waste money on premium juice, but Aldi’s not-from-concentrate cartons are $1.99 and the not-from-concentrate premium juice (in a clear plastic jug) is $2.09.

    And I don’t usually buy 12 pounds of onions at a time, but at that price, I decided to make a big pot of French onion soup later this week.

  2. Make sure you bring cash. I’m pretty sure they don’t accept credit, not sure about debit.

  3. great trip

  4. The game with Aldi’s produce (around here, at least) is… you absolutely HAVE to shop in the morning. Since they rarely replenish the produce, I find that what is left to choose from deteriorates as the day goes on. You also get the best mark-downs on anything if you go in the morning, since sometimes their mark-downs are outrageously cheap, and they all get sold within hours. My mom and sister call me from the store to tell me about great deals, and buy them for me immediately – a great help! have fun and good luck!

    • MauraFlorida says:

      I shopped at 6:00 p.m. Sunday evening for sales that started Wednesday. Everything I wanted was in stock, but the stock of sweet potatoes was low and there were only about 15 bags of onions left. Those are regular items at Aldi, so I expect the store gets deliveries all week long. However, I also wanted the asparagus that was $1.69 lb, but the tips were starting to break down on the few packages I picked up, so I passed.

      I usually find the the great majority of produce to be in great shape, but the produce is not refrigerated at Aldi, so products that break down quickly when not kept cold (like asparagus) are best bought at the beginning of the sale.

  5. Aldi’s accepts Debit and Credit Cards. Something else to keep in mind with Aldi’s they have a 200% guarantee. If there is something wrong with the product, they will replace it and give you your money back.

  6. Thanks so much for the post! We have an Aldi near us, but I have not been. I will check it out soon!