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7 Ways to Save Money Shopping at Aldi’s Stores

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  1. Renee seifert says:

    ENTER YOUR COMMENT HEREI think Aldi’s is best for all your baking needs!

  2. Jazzy says:

    This is one of my fav stores to save on food too. Clancy’s brand chips are dirt cheap and pretty good to eat. This includes pretzels, corn chips, tortilla chips, etc.
    Cereals, I only buy from here. All our cereals are under 2 bucks. Check size and such before you buy.
    Pop tarts, at under 2 bucks for a large pack, great go to snack or breakfast. They now carry real cheese, wooohoo, and it’s cheap! Nothing is better than REAL cheese.
    Bottled water, has been on for 1.99 for 24 bottles. Yes please!
    Pancake syrup!
    Make sure you know prices before you buy. Some things are more expensive and they are hoping you do not know the difference. Oh, btw, take a quarter for your buggy.

  3. Meghan says:

    No matter what their bread and bagels are a stand by. Even if I know that other staples like pasta and jarred sauce is on sale at the local grocery store I know Aldi will always have bread & bagels for less. Also cereal, some meats like pork and chicken, frozen pizza’s, cheese, toilet paper, and paper towels. I know I can probably find better deals on paper goods with coupons but in a pinch Aldi is great for those things.

  4. NaeNae03 says:

    I LOVE the pesto at Aldi’s I make Pesto mayo out of that and I get the Special K (Aldi’s Brand) much cheaper there. Aldi’s is a great place to save some money!

  5. Ginger says:

    Milk, cereal, frozen snacks (like taquitos). Produce if it looks good that day.

  6. sharon says:

    I always get the canned tuna and fresh salad mixes! Can`t go wrong with the yogurt and it is really good! I also make sure to get the sour cream ( they have lite too) and the cream cheese. I can`t get them this cheap with coupons at the store

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