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So im trying to save as much as i can, i dont have either close to me, my nearest shop is sainsbury's. Whats the cheapest shop to go to and whats the difference with aldi and lidl? We are all vegetarian and i like to cook everything a homemade but need lunchbox bits for in the week for school.

LottieMyya
1 month ago
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angemski
angemski1 month ago

Although the topic was two months ago the opinions given there may help you with your choice. It definitely depends on your area. https://www.latestdeals.co.uk/chat/lidl-v-aldi

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BonzoBanana
BonzoBanana1 month ago

It's a close thing but I think I prefer Aldi but where I am there are 2 Lidls and no Aldi but one is opening in a few months. However I've visited many Aldi's away from home. Really though they are incredibly similar offering a very similar range of products and similar prices overall although do different weekly offers.

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Mummy18
Mummy181 month ago

Definitely Aldi. I’m not really keen on the choice in Lidi. Would take a lot to convert me from Aldi though 🙈

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ACR
ACR1 month ago

I've rarely been to either of their stores, because I'm not near any. Although, Lidl are rapidly expanding and plan to open an additional 230 stores in the next few years. Including one that is quite close to where I live.

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eavessarah58
eavessarah581 month ago

Personally for me aldi guess I’m just more used to it and know I like what I get there

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Mango4
Mango41 month ago

Another vote for Aldi from me, not sure why I just prefer their stores to Lidl's.

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Glitterandgold
Glitterandgold1 month ago

Aldi for me also. I only go in for a few set items that I like.

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RegularComper90
RegularComper901 month ago

I hardly ever go to Lidl as there isn't one local to me. But there is an Aldi which I go to fairly regularly. So my vote obviously goes to Aldi.

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HughJarsse
HughJarsse1 month ago

Home Bargains lol and B&M cheaper and great price "red ticket deals"

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LottieMyya
LottieMyya
Original Poster
1 month ago

HughJarsse i love b and m but there is only a very small one by me that sells bread and milk food wise. Our nearest home bargains is miles away unfortunately x

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HughJarsse
HughJarsse18 days ago

LottieMyya Its not how small it is but the quality of the goods

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lornaae
lornaae1 month ago

I think each have their perks. I used to prefer Lidl but Aldi is much closer to me now and there's a lot I prefer there now too. I'd go to Lidl sometimes though just for the bakery!

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hspexy
hspexy1 month ago

I like both, but to get the best out of the 2 you always have to switch, as both do promotions and weekly specials that can be hit and miss. I’m close to both so it doesn’t bother me to pop into them as often as possible

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DanielleFajardo
DanielleFajardo1 month ago

I would defo recommend aldi, love the price of the products.

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greatdeals121
greatdeals1211 month ago

Aldi you can save a lot of money if you go to Aldi than Lidl

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AliceBell64468
AliceBell644681 month ago

I don’t have either that close to me that are worth the drive to but I do have a Jacks which is the Tesco version of a cheaper store and they do all the Tesco own brand products for cheaper just with Jacks labels on. The quilted toilet roll and washing powder and bottled water is exactly the same and near enough £1 cheaper per item.

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TiaTia
TiaTia1 month ago

I have both shops pretty close together in my town but I've always preferred Aldi to Lidl, don't get me wrong I will pop into Lidl maybe once every 2 months or so just for a change of scenery.

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amoore2446
amoore24461 month ago

Aldi is where I do most of my shopping, quite happy with their products and prices.

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nissan3
nissan318 days ago

Aldi food is much better.

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Dennab
Dennab17 days ago

They're both German, both cheap and both have a middle aisle containing all the interesting stuff.

Aldi has become a lot more 'British' in recent years because it needed to for the boring and predictable British public. They've of course spent millions in advertising too. This has helped to bring in the average iPhone bearing, Mini / Audi / Nissan / other generic SUV driver after they've been down to Nandos for bants and Instagram.

Lidl still feels a little more continental in layout. When I say continental, I don't mean Benidorm. I mean actual proper European (German in particular, funny enough). It also has a fresh self-serve bakery a little bit like American supermarkets. This was tempting until an airborne virus was around. I bought a brilliant popcorn maker in there.

If you want the transition from Tesco or any older British supermarket to be a small one, choose Aldi. If you feel a little more adventurous, choose Lidl. I personally began shopping at Aldi when it was cool years ago like Lidl still is.

I shop at Aldi because it's marginally closer and their desserts are like, well nice.

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