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Tesco - Aldi Price Match On Hundreds Of Everyday Products!

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Latest Deals has worked with Tesco to show you how to get the best low prices everyday with their Aldi price match. Save yourself an extra trip and get Aldi prices at Tesco!

Hundreds of products have been matched with Aldi pricing and it includes big brands and own brand products too. Plus, unlike Aldi, you get Clubcard points on all of your Tesco purchases too! Just look out for the Aldi price match bubble on products in store or the red price match tick online to see the prices.

Whatever you are shopping for, Tesco have low prices everyday across every department including cleaning and household, alcohol, hot & cold drinks, snacks, treats, fresh fruit & vegetables, pets, food cupboard, bakery, frozen and health and beauty too.

All prices featured in this post were correct at the time of posting

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If you type "Aldi Price Match" in the search bar on the Tesco website like this...

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You can see all the items that are being price matched and you can sort by price low to high too - every little helps 😉

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Hearty Food Co. Garlic Baguette 170G - 32p

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Tesco Microwave Basmati Rice 250G - 35p

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Silver Spoon Granulated Sugar 1Kg - 65p

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Colgate Triple Action Toothpaste 100ml - 90p

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Springforce Flat Top Bin Liners 40 Pack 75L - 95p

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Tesco Wash Up Liquid Lemon 450ml - 38p

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H W Nevill's White Bread 800G - 36p

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Ms Molly's 12 Iced Fairy Cakes - 75p

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Vineyards Zesty White Wine 75Cl - £2.99

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Swizzels Bumper Bag 180G - 89p

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❓ Frequently Asked Questions

What products do Tesco match?

Tesco match against comparable products at Aldi or we match identical branded products at Aldi

What prices do Tesco check?

We check prices in Aldi stores and/or online twice weekly. The stores we check are located in England, Wales and Scotland. Aldi do not have stores in Northern Ireland.

What price do you match?

We do not match against any promotional prices in Aldi stores and/or online. Pro-rata Aldi price matched considering the product’s size.

Where can I find the price-matched products?

The products we match will vary by week. They can be found in selected larger stores but not in Express stores or in NI stores. Our products’ availability varies by store. All products are subject to availability.

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studentgirl123
studentgirl1234 months ago

Ah this is great as I always spend more on petrol driving to Aldi for the cheaper prices, thanks

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lgjones1963
lgjones19634 months ago

Great find I’ll definitely be looking at this deal thank you emmabeckz for sharing

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justicesj
justicesj4 months ago

Price match doesn't mean quality match. Aldi beans and magnum washing up liquid are better quality than Tesco's own.

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Thomas18
Thomas184 months ago

I agree. The quality of some Aldi products is higher. Another example would be Almat washing powder and laundry liquid according to Which?

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Tili00
Tili004 months ago

Definitely the quality is missing on the price match items at Tesco.

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PaulWalker
PaulWalker4 months ago

Or you could just shop at Aldi

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MISSMESSY
MISSMESSY4 months ago

I went shopping today and spotted lots of these price matches which all add up thanks for sharing 🙂

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Howmuch
Howmuch4 months ago

Always good to see a Supermarket, making an effort for people with a limited budget. Tesco have had some good offers recently, especially on gluten free products. Thanks for the post.

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TiaTia
TiaTia4 months ago

This is good to see from Tesco as Sainsbury also do some price matching, not sure if the quality will be as good as Aldi though!

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Delboysdeals
Delboysdeals4 months ago

This is so handy to know I only have an express near me and they often don't do these offers need to get to the big one

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fbucking
fbucking4 months ago

good price from Tesco, thanks sharing

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mrmrsnunn
mrmrsnunn4 months ago

this is so fab as cant always get to aldi for deals thank you for sharing

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JessHindle
JessHindle4 months ago

Great price match on products thank you very much for sharing this deal

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BeeCha
BeeCha4 months ago

Thus great ways to compare the prices for the products and now everything on line we all can see prices so really handy thanks for sharing

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BonzoBanana
BonzoBanana4 months ago

I typically find quality better at Tesco but there are certainly exceptions plus saves me money with petrol as my Tesco has a much greater range of products than Aldi, the store is about 3x as big. Generally though much of the generic food is the same quality between both stores I find, baked beans etc.

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janetaylor456g8
janetaylor456g84 months ago

The tesco cheap baked beans have a perfume taste so are disgusting. You need to check you don't have covid if you can't tell that!

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BonzoBanana
BonzoBanana4 months ago

janetaylor456g8 The only baked beans I've ever encountered with a weird taste was an early can of Lidl's baked beans which had a sort of flowery taste I suppose could be described as perfume but that was years ago and when I tried them within the last few years no problem. I don't think I've ever encountered any baked beans recently that were bad although some have a little more or less beans and some have a little thinner or thicker sauce but no issues at all. I'm not really too fussy about baked beans except for the weird tasting Lidl beans in the past.

I've definitely had Tesco stockwell beans recently and they were great no issues at all and I'm definitely very sensitive to any weird tasting beans. I'd actually say they seemed nicer than the beans at Aldi I had recently but I feel this is just the slight variation you seem to get from these generic baked beans that get the supermarket branding slapped on at the end. I'm pretty sure at one point maybe 4 years ago it was pointed out that after stripping the label off it was the same baked beans at many supermarkets but this may have changed.

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nicolaspai85396
nicolaspai853964 months ago

I bought a tin of red kidney beans twice from Aldi just to make sure about the taste as the first time I thought they were off. If their taste isn't weird, I don't know what is! BonzoBanana

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tmcelligott
tmcelligott4 months ago

Our nearest Tesco do not stock these price matching items though. Stockwells and other low price own brands are only stocked at the Tesco Extra which is miles away out of town. At least Aldi are closer.

One thing that has gone downhill in Aldi over time though is the quality of their cheap bread, it is very dry and probably past it's best by the time it hits the delivery trucks. They need to change manufacturer or supplier.

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BonzoBanana
BonzoBanana4 months ago

If you are talking about their bakery bread its parbaked same as convenience stores and petrol stations shops. It's quickly baked from half baked frozen bread. These breads are very short life and full of extra yeast and other addictives, its an extremely low quality bread although doesn't taste that way. My local coop convenience store often sells this super cheap at the end of the day so do buy it but would never pay full price for such low grade bread. If you are talking about pre-packaged bread that at least is a lot healthier than parbaked but ideally buy your bread from supermarkets that have proper bakeries like larger Tesco's and most Asda and Morrison's stores although even those may use parbaking for some products but not typically normal bread.

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martinrosen
martinrosen4 months ago

Good to know that Aldi is the cheapest store as both Tesco and Sainsbury's try to match thier prices!

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BonzoBanana
BonzoBanana4 months ago

Yes its an awful marketing campaign that seems poorly thought through and is just handing marketshare to Aldi. I think they are far better off beating some prices and stressing other advantages like the greater range, getting all you need from one shop and their better support for UK farmers and factories as Aldi and Lidl have a far higher percentage of imported food which is damaging to our economy and adds to our huge debts which are already causing huge damage.

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PGX
PGX4 months ago

BonzoBanana tesco are the worst offenders when it comes to squeezing farmers for profit. It would be wiser to source local independents for meat products and dairy. If farmers are suffering its not just down to importing foreign meat.

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SultanKhalifa
SultanKhalifa4 months ago

Great post.. thanks for sharing this deal with us

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Lish7806
Lish78064 months ago

Everyone is competing for our hard earned money these days. Definitely worth a look x

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swanseamoody
swanseamoody4 months ago

Why not price match lidls too?

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barbarabanks47
barbarabanks474 months ago

Thank you Emma for sharing this I don’t have an Aldi near me so it’s good to get their price matched prices

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sirglen1
sirglen14 months ago

I personally use both stores, I'm lucky in the fact that they are close together anyway but I do like the Aldi special buys ie 5 tier shelving unit I got for £12 last year & quite a few others over the years. But I do like Tesco's too as they have a wider range of products & of course the Clubcard points which I have found better than Morrisons especially after they changed their system. Each to there own as we all have different budgets & preferences to taste & quality etc etc.

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janetaylor456g8
janetaylor456g84 months ago

Pretty pants. Not even proper foods meals can be made and nothing healthy or fresh in that lot.

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emmabeckz
emmabeckz
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4 months ago

janetaylor456g8 check out the top tip in the post - type Aldi price match in the Tesco search bar and it shows you all of their offers from 20p Inc fresh fruit and vegetables and meal staples such as rice and pasta. Over 500 items thank you

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CloeMorgan
CloeMorgan4 months ago

This is good. I find Tesco really reasonable especially with the clubcard prices

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BrianKarl
BrianKarl4 months ago

Lol club card prices fakes deals I can’t believe people,fall for such marketing techniques

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MISSMESSY
MISSMESSY4 months ago

This is a great idea as i have already saved a fortune on things i would normally buy. Thanks for sharing 🙂

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Hana12
Hana124 months ago

Thank you for sharing this saves me from going all the way to aldi!

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Lish7806
Lish78064 months ago

Some good offers here! Don't forget to check your clubcard account to see if there are any vouchers!

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lizreidx
lizreidx4 months ago

This is good to know, thanks for sharing, I’m just getting ready to do a shopping

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justme100
justme1004 months ago

I've noticed some of tesco things have creeped up in price lately. Only a few pence but it adds up.

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PGX
PGX4 months ago

Hate Tesco. They treat their staff appallingly. I have a friend who has sadly now passed. They couldnt wait to get rid of her. They pay the worst in the industry. I woukdnt give them a penny. They should try matching Aldi in staff treatment before costs.

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CCCP2024
CCCP20244 months ago

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emmabeckz
emmabeckz
LD Team
4 months ago

CCCP2024 is for me?

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jimcat
jimcat4 months ago

Loved it when they price matched up the 6pints of milk bottles from £1.50 to £1.60 🧐 I call it collusion and price fixing!

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stevea808
stevea8084 months ago

I much prefer Tesco than aldi. You get the customer service in Tesco, if you ask someone in aldi where something is, they just point their finger and say over there. Than again I've always liked Tesco.

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NickA123
NickA1234 months ago

I like to see the supermarkets fighting it out, as this means better deals for us !

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PolskaLondynka
PolskaLondynka4 months ago

Thanks for sharing. This is healthy competition. I like it. Cunsumers are happy.

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