Savvy shoppers looking to stock up can save big at supermarket giant Aldi this week. How? Bulk buying.
A number of bulk-sized Aldi items such as biscuits, lollies, deli and pantry items and even women’s fitness apparel are being sold for cheaper prices from Wednesday onwards, according to the supermarket chain’s website.
For example, breakfast favourites like a 400g jar of Moccona coffee is going for $15.99 at Aldi, where it would retail at Coles or Woolworths for $24.
A 24-pack box of Carman’s Muesli Bars are selling for $14.99, and a 6x16 value pack of Expressi coffee capsules will sell for $29.99.
A 1kg tub of Australian Honey is going for $8.99, and family-sized favourites like Mint Slices and Tim Tams are being sold at $3.49.
Large jars of pantry staples like olives, sun-dried tomatoes, artichokes and pickles are also retailing for cheaper than you might find them at other supermarket chains.
And if you’re feeling the winter chills, a number of home heating options are also among the ‘Special Buys’ sale, with the cheapest item an oscillating ceramic fan heater for $29.99.
Women’s fitness tanks, tees, tights, joggers and socks are also being sold at prices lower than $20.
It’s leading some shoppers to compare Aldi to bulk-buy outlet Costco.
“It’s about time Costco got some competition,” an Aldi fan wrote online.
The bulk-buy range will launch tomorrow Wednesday 24 April and be available only until stocks last.
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