23 March 2011

Surf and Save


In the old days we had to go from shop to shop collecting prices when researching the best prices.  Don't waste time doing this, get online and search for your bargains. You'll be able to do it in the comfort of your own home, saving time, energy, petrol and money. Once you've found the cheapest price, print the page and take it with you when you go to buy the item. It will be a handy backup if the in-store price is higher than the online price.

2 comments:

  1. The difficult part I find with this is that Aldi's website is difficult to navigate. I can't find the prices for most of my usual groceries, and I can't find a search box. Is there something I've missed?

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    1. Aldi no longer as the prices of stock grocery lines on their website. This feature was deleted about 3 years ago when they discontinued the very helpful shopping list feature they had. They do have the prices of special buys and they are updated every week.

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