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Aldi Home Delivery: Get 22 Essential Item Parcels for £24.99 Delivered

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Aldi are doing a home delivery service for the first time ever to help those isolating, the elderly and the vulnerable

Available on this link >> https://www.aldi.co.uk/food-parcels

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It will contain 22 essential items and cost £24.99 including delivery and are limited to one box per customer

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  • Antibacterial Handwash - 59p
  • Aloe Vera Toilet Tissue 4pk - £1.69
  • Choceur Milk Chocolate Bar (Mixed Case) - £1.59
  • UHT Green Semi Skimmed Milk - 55p
  • Rice Pudding - 33p
  • Salted Peanuts -
  • Biscuit Barrel Assortment - 99p
  • Gold Label Tea - 95p
  • Instant Coffee - £1.69
  • Premium Baked Beans - 29p
  • Premium Plum Tomatoes - 35p
  • Bolognese Pasta Sauce - 49p
  • Tuna Chunks In Brine 4 pack - £2.69
  • Bramwells Carrot & Coriander Soup (Mixed Case) - 65p
  • Tomato Soup - 35p
  • Minestrone Soup - 65p
  • Chilli Con Carne -
  • Basmati Rice 1kg -
  • Fusili -
  • Part Baked Brown Roll - 69p
  • Sliced Carrots - 20p
  • 4 Pack Sweetcorn - £1.49
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Shipknot
Shipknot4 months ago

Thanks so much for sharing this great food delivery option as getting Tesco/Asda/Sainsbury food delivery slots is impossible

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JandE86
JandE864 months ago

I could not agree more ts ben a month since im following their slot for deliveries... 😞 always full in our area..

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lovinaramsey
lovinaramsey4 months ago

Thanks for sharing

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Tom
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4 months ago

I hope this means they'll open up to home delivery for everyone in the future, as that'd be a game changer!

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MelSugalipz
MelSugalipz4 months ago

Tom they'd do so well in online deliveries I'd deff use them

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JorWhit35210
JorWhit352104 months ago

Would prob lead to increase in product prices. Home delivery isn’t profitable for other grocers

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lorraine46x
lorraine46x4 months ago

100% id use them if after all this they carried on delivering 😊

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julieb784
julieb7844 months ago

Brilliant

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PeteLaffan
PeteLaffan4 months ago

Fingers crossed they offer a non dairy version

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suenurse
suenurse4 months ago

Great x but a pretty weird idea of essentials

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SeanStevens767
SeanStevens7674 months ago

Essential? Where's the meat. Hardly Morrisons!

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JackieMarchant
JackieMarchant4 months ago

SeanStevens767 I've had 3 deliveries from morrisons over the past 5 weeks no meat no veg given up with them now

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chelenharris
chelenharris4 months ago

JackieMarchant I had Morrisons delivery £73 when it arrived was £25 and nothing urgent -was furious

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ClaireF1978
ClaireF19784 months ago

chelenharris I think he means the Morrisons food boxes, not standard orders from Morrisons. It has essentials like bread, milk, cheese, bacon, chicken, beans, soup, toilet roll etc.

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TinaLouiseHacke
TinaLouiseHacke4 months ago

Some cannot even afford this and would be so happy to receive it, as well as the homeless and less fortunate...Be blessed with what you can get ...what we're all going through at the moment is far more Important than bit of meat !

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LauraWhitmarsh
LauraWhitmarsh4 months ago

Can items be swapped with soya milk, chocolate etc ?

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Kimbyjts
Kimbyjts4 months ago

Good idea aldi but very random items....

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jeannie1551
jeannie15514 months ago

Brilliant! Thanks for sharing.

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LucyIngram
LucyIngram4 months ago

Cannot stress enough ... this is ONLY for the elderly and vulnerable! Please,no one else get excited and place an order just for the sake of it.

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kayhfuller
kayhfuller4 months ago

Thank you for sharing. That may suit us. Thank you.

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melsuggett
melsuggett4 months ago

Thanks for this but I do feel it’s a weird box to be classed as essentials! There’s no meat apart from the tuna? I feel you could do a lot better for £25 with a little thought!

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MarilynOrr
MarilynOrr4 months ago

sounds good to me

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JackieMeadows
JackieMeadows4 months ago

Brilliant- well done ALDI. I certainly miss my three times a week visit to your stores as we are self-isolating as I am sole carer for my 99 year old mother.

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henry46517
henry465174 months ago

Great for us who cannot venture out

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amandamorton129
amandamorton1294 months ago

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JackieMeadows
JackieMeadows4 months ago

Just looked again-the addition of bread and eggs would make this deal even better, but still brilliant news ALDI

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marylung
marylung4 months ago

It is only useful for households that like and use all the fixed contents of the hampers as they are not to everyone‘s taste.

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MandeeMayson
MandeeMayson4 months ago

Well done Aldi! X

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LeslieHancock
LeslieHancock4 months ago

sounds a good thing

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GavinMiddleton
GavinMiddleton4 months ago

Where's the bread and and dairy milk, I'm in this vulnerable bracket, but wouldn't pic some of the things on the list as I've already got them, or its not what I need, but I do shop in Aldi, looks like I will have to put on gloves and mask back on and go myself

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SandiahBhooban
SandiahBhooban4 months ago

Thanks a lot but some of the items I don’t need can I order something else online

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap4 months ago

Great idea but we dont like 1/2 this stuff. Morrisons also doing 3 types of box

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CharlotteS69227
CharlotteS692274 months ago

I'm just not sure how this would work completely, so many questions...

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KarenShambleyBe
KarenShambleyBe4 months ago

Looking at this, not much food and the soups and stuff looks like flavours they cant shift in store not for me

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DeanPalmer
DeanPalmer4 months ago

Thanks for sharing, but I think they are being rather unfair with the delivery costings, the basket value is around £17 (unless they are adding more to it) £8.00 is rather expensive for the delivery... Unless I've read that wrong?

Morrisons do similar boxes with the values being slightly closer (£26.45-£41.50) to the £30-£45 'value' but charge £5 delivery on top, surely if these boxes are here to help the old and vulnerable the delivery should be substantially lower or the basket value closer to the price tag?

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emmabeckz
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4 months ago

It’s £16.23 for the things I can find as priced above but I can’t get prices for 1kg rice, chilli con carne, pasta and peanuts so will need to add those also we don’t know how many cans of beans and tomatoes too so I think it’s quite reasonable DeanPalmer

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emmabeckz
emmabeckz
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4 months ago
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MrsCraig
MrsCraig4 months ago

emmabeckz it tells you on the list how many beans and tomatoes are in the box. There are 22 items in the box and if you count each item on the list it has 22 items, so unless it says 4 pack like the tuna and sweetcorn, I suspect there will only be one of that item. Whilst I think it is a good idea but there are items on here I wouldn't use, like rice pudding, tea and coffee, so would prefer to be able to substitute them, but do think it is good value.

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DeanPalmer
DeanPalmer4 months ago

emmabeckz Maybe I was being a bit bias as our local Aldi (and most other supermarkets) are approx 5 minute journey away, I suppose if you were to live more than a fivers worth of Taxi or public transports away, then it would beneficial to others, However, I do think it's missing things like eggs, sugar, flour, butter (as my older relatives would also like to spend time baking) and they could take out the soups and chilli, (but that's just personal preference)

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lizreidx
lizreidx4 months ago

Thanks for sharing this,I would not have known about this if had not been on this site

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Gwanny007
Gwanny0074 months ago

If you are not part of the shielding database you won’t be able to order unless you have registered on gov.uk as a vulnerable person which will be checked by cross referencing with your nhs number as to why you are vulnerable and if so you’ll be added to the database that has been split between all of the supermarkets doing deliveries xx

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Lolly1967
Lolly19674 months ago

Gwanny007 I am a vunerable person n got a letter from Gov in post and also via email from my doctors surgery..... but when I ring the Gov helpline it just says it does not recognise my NHS number... ( which is the correct number) and hangs up on me.... dont know where to turn for help.... do you have any advice please? x

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LeanneWard
LeanneWard4 months ago

Lolly1967 It says that for me you. Register on the websit’s. You will then get an email from the grocery stmore if your classed as vulnerable. I got an email from Sainsburys, to say that I have been prioritised. I still can’t get a slot anyway.

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emmabeckz
emmabeckz
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4 months ago

Anyone can order this Gwanny007

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YvonneKelly85
YvonneKelly854 months ago

Thanks i can imagine this is going to be popular

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jocrayton52110
jocrayton521104 months ago

Add eggs and milk.

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ClaireF1978
ClaireF19784 months ago

Milk is on the list, fourth one down from the top.

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thomaswoodhouse
thomaswoodhouse4 months ago

Brilliant idea can't wait to try it

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balerno77
balerno774 months ago

Wonderful for those who need it ❤️

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LaurenSam02
LaurenSam024 months ago

Brilliant idea ❤️

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