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Aldi Announces 15p Christmas Veg Deals In Supermarket Price Wars

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Attention deal-hunters and budget-conscious families! It's time to mark your calendars and prepare your shopping lists. Aldi, the champion of budget-friendly shopping, is making a bold move this festive season by slashing the prices of their Christmas vegetables down to an astonishing 15p. Yes, you heard that right – just 15p!

This isn't just a random discount; it's a strategic play in the ongoing supermarket price war, and it's one that benefits us, the consumers. From 18th until 24th December, you can grab essential festive vegetables at a price that's almost too good to be true in the Super 6 price cut. Imagine your Christmas dinner table laden with all the trimmings, and your wallet still feeling heavy – that's the reality Aldi is offering.

Nicola Roy and Ruby Flanagan at Daily Record reported this game-changing news, highlighting Aldi's commitment to affordable festive feasting. This move is set to send ripples through the supermarket industry, prompting competitors to possibly follow suit. Keep an eye out, as this might just be the beginning of a series of budget-friendly festive offers across various supermarkets.

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So what's on offer? There's red and white cabbages for 19p each, 500g bags of brussels sprouts, and swedes too.

But let's not forget the bigger picture here. In times of rising living costs, every penny saved is a penny earned. Aldi's initiative is more than just a marketing strategy; it's a lifeline for families struggling to keep up with the spiralling costs of the festive season. It's a reminder that the joy of Christmas doesn't have to come with a hefty price tag.

Tom Church, Co-Founder of LatestDeals.co.uk, sums it up perfectly: "Aldi's bold move to cut Christmas veggie prices to 15p is a win-win for consumers. It's not just about saving money; it's about making Christmas accessible to everyone. This could be a turning point in the supermarket price wars, with shoppers emerging as the real victors."

So, there you have it. Get ready to rush to your nearest Aldi, and let's make this Christmas both merry and affordable!

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LouiseHemmings

I can’t wait. I will be getting some for myself and an elderly friend

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EllenLogan

Well done Aldi! Rest will follow like sheep

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kloddy2001

Brilliant, shame it isn't now. Sainsbury's got similar from 19th and am sure everyone else will follow suit.

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jam45

kloddy2001 Sainsbury's for me. First class vegetables for a bargain price every December. Runners up Tesco and Asda.

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mixie25

This is great news especially for many who have been financially struggling.

Didn't Iceland sell fruit and veg for 1p one Christmas year?

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PatPritchard

lidls will have offers as well,their prices slightly higher but no doubt there will be price matching going on. I will be checking each supermarket to see which ones have the cheapest veg then the soup maker will be out.Those 500gram tubs of spread? Ideal for freezing 2 portions of soup!

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BonzoBanana

Good time to stock up on veg for making sensible soup in large batches to freeze for the new year when we will all be trying to lose the weight we gained at Christmas. Soup is a great way to lose weight and thin it down to acceptable levels and then spice up to how you like it. You can have a huge bowl of soup for less than 50 calories and no dangerous additives unlike tin and packet soups which often have emulsifiers and other nasties.

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neilonline

Brussel sprouts could be 1p a kilo and I still wouldn’t buy them. The Devil’s Testicles! Taste and smell awful. Clever marketing has made them a Xmas ‘staple’

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