How To Know You’re Getting the Best Deal at Aldi

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1. Familiarize Yourself with Market Prices: Before shopping at Aldi, familiarize yourself with the typical prices of the items you regularly purchase.

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2. Compare with Other Stores: Take note of prices at other grocery stores in your area. Keep a mental or written record of the typical prices for the products you buy. 

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3. Check Aldi's Weekly Ad: Aldi releases a weekly ad showcasing their current deals and promotions. Review the ad to see if any of the items on your shopping list are featured at discounted prices. 

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4. Look for Special Buys: Aldi often offers special deals on select items that are not part of their regular inventory. 

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5. Pay Attention to Unit Prices: Aldi provides unit prices on their shelf labels, which indicate the cost per unit (ounce, pound, etc.). 

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6. Consider Store Brands: Aldi carries predominantly store brands, which are typically priced lower than national brands.

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7. Utilize the Double Guarantee: Aldi has a "Double Guarantee" policy, which means if you're unsatisfied with a product, they will replace it and refund your money. 

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8. Check for Reduced Price Items: Aldi reduces prices on items nearing their expiration dates. Look for yellow or orange stickers indicating discounted products. 

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9. Just ensure that you'll consume or use them before they expire. Shop Seasonal Sales: Aldi offers seasonal items at competitive prices.

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10.As an experienced shopper, trust your instincts. If the overall cost of your groceries at Aldi seems significantly lower compared to other stores, it's likely that you're getting a good deal.

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