I have always done my shopping at Morrison's , but when Aldi did their refurbishing I ventured into the supermarket, at first purely out of curiosity. Imagine my surprise when I realised what a cheap alternative it was from my usual shop, and very good quality. My main shop now is with aldi and I have recommended them to my friends, as my weekly spend is now one third of what it used to be. I am a pensioner and have to watch my pennies nowadays so to me this is a good way to economise.
Always a pleasure to shop in Aldi . Hopefully more bargains to come with the introduction of Jacks . Great range of quality products . Great variety of Christmas essentials. I especially like to stock up with the luxury smooth cream whisky and dark chocolate gingerbreads plus stolen cake . Only negative sometimes queues are too long and not enough check out operators at the tills .
I used to go to ASDA religiously for my shopping, both big shops and just to pick up a few bits. Now that is Aldi, the quality is so much better, the prices are brilliant. Highly recommend and I actively do recommend them to friends on a regular basis.
I often pop into Aldi just to pick up some certain bits that we quite like. We do like the food that they offer the taste is as good if not better than some of the leading brands not all though. I would do my main shop here but there just is not enough choice. And on top of all this They never have enough tills open so there is always a massive queue and then your ushered over to the packing area to pack your bags. All in all though it is good value for money.
Great prices and good quality food but they only ever have 2 tills open so expect a long wait.
Aldi shows the other supermarkets have been taking the Michael for too many years. Aldi provides top quality products at two thirds the cost of shopping anywhere else (Iceland). If Aldi increased their prices inline with other supermarkets tomorrow, I would still be shopping there. Thank you, Aldi.
Compared to our normal shop at Tesco or Asda. Aldi saves us a lot of money for food shopping and quality of the food is just the same as the big brands, this place is now a firm favourite with us and saving a few quid always helps.
I’m a single mother, which means when it comes to shopping it can be a very stressful time. I’ve found some supermarkets very helpful, but my recent trip to Aldi was not that.
I took my baby in her cat seat onto the trolley. I popped in for some nappies and baby essentials. I could barely get round the store as it was very busy. Once I finally got my handful of times, I approached one of two tills which were open (with about 10-12 people waiting at each one) just as I was about to place my items on the converyor belt, they closed the till. So I had to then make my way to another till and try to squeeze my way through a very busy shop. Whilst having my items scanned, the lady scanned them so quick I barely had time to get my purse ready and she was asking for payment. By the time I paid by card, I was about to collect my items and she was already scanning the next persons shopping through. So I had no option but to place my items on the floor whilst I sorted myself, baby and my shopping. It wasn’t a great experience and it’s very stressful when you’re dealing with anxiety shopping with a newborn. They need more checkouts open or a “relaxed” checkout.
I went to Aldi today to get a few bits and whilst I was paying at the tills the cashier was talking to me (being polite general chit chat) but then suddenly started to speak to his Colleague on the other till whilst I was responding to him. It made me feel like his kindness was false and I didn't feel like a valued customer (despite shopping there weekly) this is not the first time the staff have conversations "through you" to the other staff on 😳 other tills.
Friends had told me to try Aldi, but out of habit I continued to use the big 3 supermarkets, until I was passing one day and popped into Aldi for a few bits. I was pleasantly surprised by the selection available, still a bit hesitant about the freshness and quality of the products. I purchased fresh meat, vegetables and fruit. From that day I have never looked back! The food quality is amazing and for what used to cost me £65 on a food shop per week, I now spend on average £30-£40, which means I ’m saving around £120 per month! I still have to pop to the bigger supermarkets now and again to get some branded products but other than that my food is purchased in Aldi. I would recommend everyone to give it a try!
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