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Unadvertised Aldi Specials: Dozen Eggs, 4 Rolls of TP, Antibacterial Disinfectant... $0.49

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Here are some unadvertised specials that I found at my local Aldi's, although availability and prices might be different at your local store. YMWV

The first three items are at $.49 - less than half a buck.

A box of 1 dozen large Goldhen eggs - Limit 6 boxes and yes, on sale for $.49 a box
A review/advertisement of Goldhen eggs can be found at https://www.aldireviewer.com/goldhen-eggs/

The next two items look like clearance sales to me:

4 rolls of Snow Soft TP - Total 123.8 sq ft. for $.49
Average quality of soft 2 ply at an amazing price of .396 cent/sq. ft

1 quart of Envirocleanse Antibacterial Disinfectant- Bleach Free
Use for cleaning of hard non-porous surfaces

Finally, a 1 lb. jar of Southern Grove Peanuts at $1.49

Aldi's does have a delivery option and curbside pickup if you register with them, but I'm not familiar with how this works. I think, although I might be wrong, that the sale prices may only be in-store.

If you have an Aldi's near you and never go there, they also have good prices on bread, peanut butter, and other items. I like their Hummus ($1.95 for 10 oz of Roasted Red Pepper or Significantly Spicy), Cottage Cheese ($1.59 for 24 oz.) and Sparkling Water ($.55 for 1 qt.)

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Thank you OP. I need to go to Aldi's today or tomorrow to get milk and bread anyway.
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eggs have been $1.49 at my Aldi for the past few months. Frown

Still the cheapest of my local stores, but I miss the 79 or 99 cents.
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Thank you for this post.
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eggs have been $1.49 at my Aldi for the past few months. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/frown.gif

Still the cheapest of my local stores, but I miss the 79 or 99 cents.
I stopped shopping at Aldi when we got a Lidl that was a few miles closer. Eggs are always under a dollar (large 89 cents, extra large 99 cents)
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I hope everyone understands that this is a joke.

Aldi stores deeply discount random items in every store because of best by dates and the need to free up shelf space for new stock etc.

Meaning that one store may have cases of eggs that need to be sold by Monday and will price them at 49 or 29 cents. The next Aldi down the road may have no eggs nearing sell-by date so they have them at full price.

By the way, good luck finding the 9-ounce packages of roast chicken my Aldi had yesterday for 29 cents because the sell-by date was April 23, they're in the dumpster today.
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What's the deal with everyone calling it Aldi's lately?
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Quote from onlycash :
I hope everyone understands that this is a joke.

Aldi stores deeply discount random items in every store because of best by dates and the need to free up shelf space for new stock etc.

Meaning that one store may have cases of eggs that need to be sold by Monday and will price them at 49 or 29 cents. The next Aldi down the road may have no eggs nearing sell-by date so they have them at full price.

By the way, good luck finding the 9-ounce packages of roast chicken my Aldi had yesterday for 29 cents because the sell-by date was April 23, they're in the dumpster today.
Hmm....I wonder what the 'best by date' is for that toilet paper?......🤔....🧻🧻😈
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What's the deal with everyone calling it Aldi's lately?
Easy mistake. I used to call Kroger Kroger's. There was an enterprising man who held the www.krogers.com website many years ago that linked to his resume
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Quote from onlycash :
I hope everyone understands that this is a joke.

Aldi stores deeply discount random items in every store because of best by dates and the need to free up shelf space for new stock etc.

Meaning that one store may have cases of eggs that need to be sold by Monday and will price them at 49 or 29 cents. The next Aldi down the road may have no eggs nearing sell-by date so they have them at full price.

By the way, good luck finding the 9-ounce packages of roast chicken my Aldi had yesterday for 29 cents because the sell-by date was April 23, they're in the dumpster today.
100% incorrect. Aldi allows each store to price eggs and dairy differently. It has nothing to do with when they expire. It has to do with the cost of living in the area. The other thing they will do is if they have a massive shipment of something, they will also discount it. For example, if strawberries are $1.69 and one store received a ton of them, that store may mark them as $1.19.
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Hmm....I wonder what the 'best by date' is for that toilet paper?..........
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100% incorrect. Aldi allows each store to price eggs and dairy differently. It has nothing to do with when they expire. It has to do with the cost of living in the area. The other thing they will do is if they have a massive shipment of something, they will also discount it. For example, if strawberries are $1.69 and one store received a ton of them, that store may mark them as $1.19.

As I said it has to do with stock on hand. If a store has 10 cases of something and 10 more coming in they mark it down to get inventory down to the level they want.

The stores have only so much storage in their stockroom and new product coming in on the regular, the store doesn't control that. The Aldi warehouse pushes stock, for instance, toilet paper to stores regardless of what the store has on hand.

I am good friends with the manager at my local store and he often shows me what is getting marked down that day. It has mostly to do with the expiration date on fresh food like meat and cheese etc and the amount of stock on hand for other items.

Again their storage at the store level is very limited. The warehouse is constantly shipping new stock and they work on a very strict first in, first out philosophy.
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As I said it has to do with stock on hand. If a store has 10 cases of something and 10 more coming in they mark it down to get inventory down to the level they want.

The stores have only so much storage in their stockroom and new product coming in on the regular, the store doesn't control that. The Aldi warehouse pushes stock, for instance, toilet paper to stores regardless of what the store has on hand.

I am good friends with the manager at my local store and he often shows me what is getting marked down that day. It has mostly to do with the expiration date on fresh food like meat and cheese etc and the amount of stock on hand for other items.

Again their storage at the store level is very limited. The warehouse is constantly shipping new stock and they work on a very strict first in, first out philosophy.
Yeah, this still isn't how most stores operate, especially on milk and eggs. I have several Aldi nearby or on the way to/from work. And you know what, milk and eggs just have a lower price at some of them, always. Some always have higher prices. I just got eggs for 49c as well, and it's the one that always has lower prices on milk and eggs. Thanks for generalizing your experience from 1 store though. (And the dates on milk aren't as good at Aldi as at Kroger, but that's neither here nor there.)
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Yeah, this still isn't how most stores operate, especially on milk and eggs. I have several Aldi nearby or on the way to/from work. And you know what, milk and eggs just have a lower price at some of them, always. Some always have higher prices. I just got eggs for 49c as well, and it's the one that always has lower prices on milk and eggs. Thanks for generalizing your experience from 1 store though. (And the dates on milk aren't as good at Aldi as at Kroger, but that's neither here nor there.)

I never said different stores don't have different everyday prices.

As a matter of fact, your experience of finding the eggs at that particular store for 49 cents illustrates what I'm talking about, their inventory of eggs was so high they needed to discount even further.


My point was that what you find oftentimes at one store on "special" is really just that stores need to sell inventory making the idea that you're likely to find this or that item on sale at your neighborhood Aldi very unlikely.

I should add that I visit several Aldi locations several times a week and the pricing behavior is the same. As a matter of fact, one store had a manager go out suddenly on sick leave and because of a corporate mistake, the store was left without anyone in charge for weeks.

What ended up happening was the store shelves went empty for weeks and the stock was backing up in the storeroom. A regional manager came in and pushed out weeks of inventory in a matter of a few days. He was pricing half the store at 10 or 20 cents on the dollar to clear out the product. They even brought in extra help to fill the shelves.

I understand that was a freak occurrence but it illustrates that the inventory at the store level has to be sold no matter what the price to make room for new stock which is why a given Aldi will have a special on almost any item if they have excess stock.
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I stopped shopping at Aldi when we got a Lidl that was a few miles closer. Eggs are always under a dollar (large 89 cents, extra large 99 cents)
Same here.
I like Aldi, but I LOVE Lidl!
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