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Which Store Do Think is Cheaper Lidl or Aldi???

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Personally, I've always been more of a Lidl person. Then, an aldi person, I especially love their bakery, and I even have the app. However, for aldi, I still do use it since it is closer than Lidl for me.

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Leannexxx

Aldi for me as we don't buy much from Lidl

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BonzoBanana

I think it depends on what you buy. I struggle a bit in Lidl and Aldi due to a more limited range and some items are not an acceptable quality to me. I have absolutely no supermarket loyalty and keep changing where I shop mainly due to use of vouchers which is the cheapest way to shop. Both Aldi and Lidl as far as Know just have low quality parbaked type bakeries as found in convenience stores and petrol station shops etc. The bakery products are made with excessive amounts of yeast and additional chemicals and then frozen halfway through cooking and then the store just continues cooking them. It's not real bakery products it's a low grade form of bakeries where the end product doesn't stay fresh for very long due to excessive levels of yeast rapidly turning the items stale. The fully baked pre-packed bread etc in Lidl and Aldi will be much healthier and last longer but may not smell as nice as cold.

foundrybakehouse.com/blog/baking-from-scratch-vs-par-baked-bread/

Personally I find items cheaper or more expensive in both supermarkets. I wouldn't say one is cheaper than the other or more expensive. However when I have a £5 off voucher on the Lidl Plus app which I occasionally get then Lidl is definitely cheaper. Aldi don't really do any promotions or vouchers the price you see is the price you pay mostly.

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MrsCraig

I prefer Lidl. I only buy certain things in Aldi as I can't get them in Lidl but can from Aldi. There isn't much of a difference price wise but lidl can be cheaper because of the offers on the app.

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jms19

I prefer Aldi personally as i feel Lidl has a smaller range of consistent products and ive often been in and not been able to do a full shop.

I think Aldi’s meat is better but the Lidl bakery section is a big plus.

As for which is cheaper, i can’t say Ive really noticed much difference in price

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