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10" Queen Memory Foam Mattress @ Adli - YMMV - $160

NorthPolePrince 109 22 August 31, 2015 at 04:35 PM in Home & Home Improvement (2)
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Last Edited by NorthPolePrince August 31, 2015 at 05:16 PM
I believe this mattress was on sale last month for $230, and $200 last year.

I did a lot of research on this mattress last month and found good reviews online. I could not find one at my local store then.

Well now my local store has them for $159.99 (Douglasville, Ga)

I did did not find a link to a sale online so I'm not sure if this is all stores or not.

Seems like a great deal to me. I've been looking for about 4 months.
Hope you can find one at this price if interested!


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Aldi doesn't sell online so I could not find a product link.
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adli?
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Never heard of it, but looks like a grocery store...I need a mattress at this price in CA
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Never heard of it, but looks like a grocery store...I need a mattress at this price in CA
it's like a cheap lower-scale version of costco

typically private-branded goods (cheaper, since no branding), low quantity (can still buy 1 jar of hazelnut spread instead of a costco-sized tub of nutella). aka like costco but without a membership fee
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Aldi is a German company that I think is the Southern half of what was once one company but split into two when two brothers split their fortunes. The Northern half bought and now runs Trader Joe's. Aldi is sort of like a weird combination of TJ's, Costco, and the cheapest grocery store you've ever seen.
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Saving money on groceries? It aldi-pends where you shop. There are quite a few regular staples I show up to Aldi for and am often surprised to find more. I go there first, then the rest of the shopping at Walmart or CUB for the rest of the list. 95cent chicken legs, thighs and quarters are kind of the norm, $2 bonless chicken Brest, ground turkey, and pork sausage is too. "Kirkwood" (costco brand) is the house brand on most frozen items at good prices. $6.50 for 3 ponds of frozen chicken breast has been the norm. $1 for 2 pounds of carrots, $2.50 for 10 pounds of potatoes. When the holidays come $ 2 pound spiral ham or $1 shank ham are just a few of the deals I regularly get in MN Aldi stores. Yea some of the house brands are lacking imho, like the Berman salad dressing, but the Bermans A-1 stake sauce clone is good enough for me for $1. Bread deals are good too. 90 cent box of soda crackers are hard to beat as well.

I carry in the car 2 cloth bags. I go through the store filling the bags because I hate the quarter deposit for the shopping carts and buying bags at checkout. They seldom have more than 3 employees at any 1 time so the lines can be long, but these folks are always hustling between restocking the floor and ringing folks up. A very lean operation for sure.. I love my Aldi! Another thing I noticed is they often have low sodium "healthy" alternatives. I like that too.

If you need "brand names" this is not your store. As far as the seasonal household items IDK.. The house brand dishwasher stuff is noticeably worse than Cascade. I shy away from the TP and any paper products. It seems the value is not there. So you will need to go to Walmart for paper products and the brand name stuff.
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Emphasis on YMMV, locations in my area in northeast either are out of stock or selling for $229
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Saving money on groceries? It aldi-pends where you shop. There are quite a few regular staples I show up to Aldi for and am often surprised to find more. I go there first, then the rest of the shopping at Walmart or CUB for the rest of the list. 95cent chicken legs, thighs and quarters are kind of the norm, $2 bonless chicken Brest, ground turkey, and pork sausage is too. "Kirkwood" (costco brand) is the house brand on most frozen items at good prices. $6.50 for 3 ponds of frozen chicken breast has been the norm. $1 for 2 pounds of carrots, $2.50 for 10 pounds of potatoes. When the holidays come $ 2 pound spiral ham or $1 shank ham are just a few of the deals I regularly get in MN Aldi stores. Yea some of the house brands are lacking imho, like the Berman salad dressing, but the Bermans A-1 stake sauce clone is good enough for me for $1. Bread deals are good too. 90 cent box of soda crackers are hard to beat as well.

I carry in the car 2 cloth bags. I go through the store filling the bags because I hate the quarter deposit for the shopping carts and buying bags at checkout. They seldom have more than 3 employees at any 1 time so the lines can be long, but these folks are always hustling between restocking the floor and ringing folks up. A very lean operation for sure.. I love my Aldi! Another thing I noticed is they often have low sodium "healthy" alternatives. I like that too.

If you need "brand names" this is not your store. As far as the seasonal household items IDK.. The house brand dishwasher stuff is noticeably worse than Cascade. I shy away from the TP and any paper products. It seems the value is not there. So you will need to go to Walmart for paper products and the brand name stuff.

+1 for "aldi-pends"
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