“Would you want to shop at a grocery store that does not honor their weekly advertisements?
Aldi's central customer service has reconfirmed that if their weekly newspaper add does not match the add in the local store then the store manger does not need to honor it. This happened again at the Aldi Fairfax Blvd store. It happened to me and it can also happen to you!!!
The weekly Aldi Washington Post add showed butter $1.69 per pound limit 4. Normal store price is $2.02. The store manager declined to honor the sale price on my $30 order as it was different from the in-store advertisement flyer. The good news is the Lidel's new store will be opening in Fairfax City in the next two or three weeks so you will no longer need to be subjected to this type of unsatisfactory bait and switch service..”
“I recently purchased a ski jacket and trousers from Aldi in Wishaw Scotland. Both items really good quality, so much so that I went back to the store for another pair, unfortunately they had sold out , but they still had them online and because they cost under twenty pounds delivery was extra, so being Scottish I decided to purchase wild bird seed, order was now over twenty pounds, so no delivery charges, which pleased both me and my feathered friends. Thank you all at Aldi.”
“Quite surprised at the bargains I've been buying. I like to eat fresh products. I was buying rocket,watercress,and salmon. This can be expensive elsewhere I was pleased to find aldis sold packs of fresh rocket,watercress and spinach all in the one bag. For under £1. Also the salmon is cheaper than my previous supermarket. There's also other surprises as you go along. Like flatbeds. I don't see them in other shops.”