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ALDI deals 7/20: Watermelon, mangos, peaches

Posted July 20, 2016

The Aldi deals this week include fabulous buys on watermelon, mangoes, peaches, plums, strawberries. ground beef burgers, cantaloupe, blueberries and more. I do believe fruit salad will be on the menu this week!

The Aldi payment and coupon policies are below the list of weekly deals. Remember to bring your own bags and a quarter to get a grocery cart.

Aldi is now taking credit cards including Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express.

These deals are valid Wednesday, July 20– Tuesday, July 26, 2016


Mangoes, .49

Little Salad Bar Garden Salad, 12, .69

Peaches, plums, nectarines, 2 lb bag, $1.78 (.89/lb)

Cantaloupes, $1.29

Strawberries, $1.29/lb

Blueberries, pint, $1.29

Organic grape tomatoes, pint, $1.49

SimplyNature organic mixed greens, 5 oz, $1.49

Little Salad Bar, 5 – 10 oz, $1.49

SimplyNature Organic baby spinach, 5 oz, $1.99

Seedless watermelon, $2.99


Parkview brats, 14 oz., $1.99

Ground beef burgers, 73% lean, family pack, $2.49/lb

Kirkwood fresh chicken tenderloins, $2.69/lb

Fresh baby back pork ribs, $2.89

T-bone steak, $6.99/lb.

Ground beef patties, 85% lean, 3 lb, frozen, $8.99

Dairy & Frozen

Happy Farms preferred feta, reduced fat, blue cheese crumbles, 4 – 5 oz, $1.69

Happy Farms deli sliced cheese, 7 – 8 oz, $1.79

Belmont ice cream, 48 oz, $2.29

Misc. Grocery

Reggano rotini or farfalle, 12 oz, .79

Tuscan Garden croutons, 5 oz, .79

SimplyNature Organic dressing 12 oz, $1.49

Millville honey crunch n oats cereal, 14.5 oz, $1.49


Boulder clear cutlery, 96 count, $2.99

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

There is more information available on their website HERE


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  • jdouglas13 Jul 21, 2016

    I usually make it with Italian plums a bit later in the summer, but it is SOOOO good!

  • Em2s Jul 20, 2016

    Meredith88 - Our peaches must have been plucked from the same tree! Hoping for a 'peach-y keen' return to former

  • meredith88 Jul 20, 2016

    EM2S, glad to know I'm not the only one having this problem. It's never been an issue in past years. If the peaches were too firm I would just let them sit on the counter until they were ripe, but the ones this year aren't ripening even when left out. They go from hard as a rock to rotten.

  • Em2s Jul 20, 2016

    JDouglas13 - :) :) !!! Luv it ... Hadn't heard that one before.

  • jdouglas13 Jul 20, 2016

    EM2S :) !!

    Ooooh plums. Plum noodle kugel. Yum!

  • Em2s Jul 20, 2016

    Fruit in our week's menu plan, too! Aldi and summertime make a great pear [umm, make that pair] ;-)

    Meredith88 - Like you, the few peaches I've purchased from grocery stores were picked too early. I've had better success with removing the flesh from the stone by cutting it like a mango, then peeling. Admittedly, it is a bit messy and wastefully leaves a bit of the fruit attached to the stone being discarded. I re-a-al-ll-ly look forward to the cling-free peaches soon arriving in stores!

  • meredith88 Jul 20, 2016

    Love all the fruit deals!

    Question, has anyone had luck finding good peaches this year? I've bought from Aldi, Food Lion, Kroger and Harris Teeter over the last 2 months and they have all been picked way too early and all the pits keep splitting. I've finally given up and am only buying them from a local fruit stand down the street because they are the only ones I have found that are edible. I was just wondering if other people are having the same problem with the peach crop this year.