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ALDI deals: Cucumbers, baby carrots, grape tomatoes, & more!

Posted January 30, 2013



Aldi has some really low prices this week on cucumbers, baby carrots, avocados (think guacamole!!), green peppers, grape tomatoes and baking potatoes!

These deals are valid 1/30 - 2/5.

Weekly deals

Wednesday only meat deal: Smithfield St. Louis spareribs, $2.49/lb

Cucumbers, .39 each – wow – really great price (I’d like to know where they are grown – we don’t even get them for that price in the middle of summer!)

Avocados, .49 each – yippee – I am so glad they are on sale again!

Baby carrots, 16 oz., .59 – great price for the little guys

Grape tomatoes, pint, .89 – great price!

Green peppers, .99 per 3-pack – great price!

Baking potatoes, 5 lb bag, $1.29


Aldi coupon, payment and store policies:

* ALDI does not accept manufacturer coupons

* You will need to bring your own bags to bag your groceries. They do not provide any.

* If you wish to use a grocery cart, you will need to deposit a quarter into the cart machine and you will get it back when you return the cart.

* They accept cash, debit and EBT cards as forms of payment. They do not accept credit cards or checks.

There is more information available on their website HERE




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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 30, 2013

    I picked up baby carrots and cucumbers for the Aldi prices at my local Walmart today (40/42 area). They had no issue price matching them. I did have the ad with me (it comes in my small local paper even though there is not an Aldi near me - go figure). Since I do not have an Aldi nearby, it is nice that Walmart will price match some of the produce prices from other stores.

  • couponclipper0784 Jan 30, 2013

    Thanks for the information, Nakabi!
    I canned some tomatoes for him this summer and he has already eaten all of them. I spent two whole days dealing with tomatoes making him stewed tomatoes, canned tomatoes, homemade tomato juice and he has ALREADY gone through all of it! He is a HUGE fan of vegetables so I really need to find some ways to preserve other veggies when I can catch them on sale. We moved last summer so we didn't have time to set up a garden but we will definitely be having one this spring and summer!

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 30, 2013

    Nakabi - thanks for the info on freezing grape tomatoes. I have never done it but now I am encouraged to try. :-)

  • nakabi Jan 30, 2013

    couponclipper-we freeze grape tomatoes almost every year. of course they won't be firm afterwards, but they are great for making sauces or chilli. I usually roast them in the oven with some fresh garlic & EVOO and once cooled, put them in bags and freeze. I know a lot of people use zip loc bags, but I actually use the produce bags that you get to put your produce in at the store. these are made for produce and even better, they are FREE! lol...make sure to double bag if you do that though lol...
    if you are planning on using them for chilli or some type of sauce, you may want to blanch and remove the skin first. we always have a lot of tomatoes at the end of the summer and I just blanch all of them, peel, & puree and place in bags. (double bag them). Then when I need them for sauces they are all ready to go.

  • couponclipper0784 Jan 30, 2013

    Do grape tomatoes freeze well? My honey loves them and eats them like skittles and I would like to stock up while tehy are so cheap but I've never tried freezing them.
    I do freeze sliced green peppers and they always hold up pretty well.
    Thanks for the info.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 30, 2013

    Nakabi - it is a good price. We hardly ever buy anything but sweet potatoes either, but if you need some bakign taters, this is a good deal.

  • nakabi Jan 30, 2013

    Is the potato price a good one? We don't eat a lot of baking potatoes since we prefer sweet ones so I don't keep up with the prices on those.