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ALDI deals 9/18: Pears, grapes, onions, potatoes & more!

Posted September 18, 2013


Aldi has some very good buys this week on celery, carrots, peppers, spinach & more!

These deals are valid 9/18 - 9/24.


Pears, 2 lb bag, .89/lb

Red and green grapes, 2 lb bag, .99/lb

Yellow onions, 3 lb bag, .99

Cabbage, $1.29 each

Red potatoes, 5 lb bag, $2.29

Wednesday Meat Deal: Cattleman's Ranch beef fillet, 16 oz, regular or teriyaki, $5.99/lb

Park View brats, 14 oz, $2.49

Hot dog buns, 12 oz., .89


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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  • Dr D Sep 18, 2013

    I too really like Aldi's fresh produce, including the bananas. I'm fortunate to have an Aldi not too far off my pathway to work, so I'm able to stop in a couple of times per week for fresh produce. I just need to make sure I refrain from buying it in quantities larger than we'll be able to eat before it spoils.

  • luvstoQ Sep 18, 2013

    I love the produce (except bananas) at Aldi and have never had any problems with the way the cashiers handle it. That's mostly the only things I go there for as I prefer my other grocers for most things and do better (or as good) with sales and coupons. I shop the Wake Forest store - customer service/friendliness is excellent.

  • wildfrenchrose Sep 18, 2013

    When the cashier throws in haphazardly into the buggy on top of canned goods, boxed stuff,'s gonna get bruised, even if it's the last thing THROWN in.

  • thewayitis Sep 18, 2013

    I have found most Aldi produce to be excellent. At least as good as what I get in the grocery store. In fact, I specifically shop Aldi for the veggies and fruit.

    Aldi has a different model than what most people are used to in this country. The prices are cheap because Aldi cuts costs in other ways -- by not bagging groceries, not providing free bags, etc. This is a European model.

    If you are concerned about your produce getting banged up (which has never been a problem for me), put it on the conveyer at the end of everything else, so that it will go on top. :-) Then when you bag it (a service Aldi doesn't provide) you can arrange things in a manner that suits you.

  • wildfrenchrose Sep 18, 2013

    You know, I'm starting to think I'm not going to buy their produce any more. I have to throw too much of it away, even though it was fantastically priced, and the cashiers just THROW everything (except eggs, bread, etc) in the cart haphazardly. Why bother looking through the produce to get nice, non-bruised products only to have it THOWN haphazardly into my cart? If I wanted bruises, there was plenty to choose from....