If you are new to shopping, at Aldi’s, here’s their coupon policy: or lack there-of since they don’t actually take coupons!
- Aldi’s does not take coupons of any kind.
- At Aldi’s, you will have to bag your own groceries and pay a quarter to get a cart. The quarter is reimbursed when the cart is returned.
- You’ll need to bring in your own reusable grocery bags or you’ll have to purchase them in the store (they are $.06)
Here are some of the Aldi’s highlights for the week: Aldi is now in Houston and these deals are based on that ad. It is hard to judge what a “good deal” is since cost of living varies so much in various parts of the country, but these are all “good deals” by my standards in a low to moderate cost of living area.
Friendly Farms Milk – $1.99
Goldhen Eggs – $.99/dozen
Butterball Premium Turkey – $1.19/lb.
Specially Selected Spiral Sliced Double Glazed Brown Sugar Ham – $1.99/lb.
Russet Potatoes 10 lb. bag – $1.29
Yellow Onion 3lb. bag – $.59
Celery – $.59
Sweet Potatoes 3 lb. bag – $.99
Cranberries (12 oz.) – $.99
Pineapple – $.99
Countryside Creamery Butter – $1.69
Happy Farms Cream Cheese – $.99
Kitchen Living 3 Tier Rotating Buffet Server – $14.99
Step 2 Easel for Two – $29.99
Coemo Wooden Train Set – $19.99
Huntington Home 18′ Rope Light – $5.99
Huntington Home Lighted Reindeer – $12.99
Huntington Home Christmas Wrap – $1.99