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Aldi Deals: 12/29-1/4 or 1/1-1/7

on 12.30.2013 at 12:45pm
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Here is the Aldi ad that started on 12/29 or will start on 1/1 depending on your area. You won’t be able to use coupons at Aldi, but there are some great produce deals plus more!

Remember, Walmart and Target will price match Aldi prices, so make sure you grab the Aldi ad before heading out to shop.

Produce

  • Organic Bananas, 59¢ lb
  • Pears, 2 lb Bag, $1.30
  • Blueberries, 6 oz, $1.29 pk.
  • Grapefruit, 5 lb, $1.49
  • Pineapple, 99¢ ea.
  • Cantaloupe, 99¢ ea.
  • Blackberries, 6 oz, 79¢ pk.
  • Organic Apples, 3 lb, $3.45

Meat

  • Fresh Chicken Breasts, Family Pack, $1.49 lb
    Thursday Only
  • Custom Made Meals Fresh Italian Style Stuffed Meatballs, $4.29 lb
    Thursday Only
  • Jennie-O Turkey Burgers, 48 oz, $5.99
  • FIt & Active Turkey Bacon, 12 oz, $2.19
  • FIt & Active Turkey Franks, 16 oz, $1.29
  • FIt & Active Ham or Turkey Tub, 8 oz, $2.49

Fridge or Frozen

  • Countryside Creamery Homestyle Spread Plus Calcium, 45 oz, $1.99
  • Fit & Active Nonfat Pineapple Upside Down Cake or Coconut Cream Yogurt, 6 oz, 39¢
  • Dannon Light & Fit Strawberry Cheesecake or Caramel Macchiato Yogurt, 5.3 oz, 99¢
  • FIt & Active Nonfat Yogurt, 32 oz, $1.99
  • Fit & Active 2% Milk Shredded Cheese, 12 oz, $2.99
  • Fit & Active Reduced Fat Deli Sliced Cheese, 6.67 oz, $1.99
  • Fit & Active Grilled Chicken Bites, 22 oz, $6.79
  • Breakfast Best Heat-n-Serve Turkey Sausage Link, 6.4 oz, 99¢
  • Fit & Active Lean Philly Cheese Steak or Meatball Sandwiches, 9 oz, $1.89
  • Mama Cozzi’s Pizza Kitchen Lite Garlic Texas Toast, 11.25 oz, $1.79
  • Fit & Active 14 Calorie Bars, 17.5 oz, $1.99
  • FIt & Active Multigrain Waffles, 12.3 oz, $1.29

Grocery

  • FIt & Active Pink Lemonade or Strawberry Orange Banana Drink Mix, 12 qt, $1.79
  • SimplyNature Pomegranate Plum Juice, 64 oz, $2.49
  • FIt & Active Light Juice Cocktail, 64 oz, $1.89
  • Fit & Active Fat Free or Light Dressing, Selected Varieties, 16 oz, $1.39
  • SimplyNature Organic Beef or Vegetable Broth, 32 oz, $1.79
  • FIt & Active Healthy Condensed Tomato Soup, 10.75 oz, 79¢
  • Fit & Active No Salt Pasta Sauce, 23.5-24 oz, $1.19
  • FIt & Active Thin Spaghetti, 13.25 oz, 89¢
  • Fit & Active Whole Grain Penne or Rotini, 13.25 oz, 89¢
  • Fit & Active Instant Brown Rice, 14 oz, $1.49
  • FIt & Active Vitality Cereal, 12-14 oz, $2.39
  • Millville Steel Cut Oats, 24 oz, $2.29
  • Millville 90 Calorie Fiber Now Bars, Select Varieties, 4.1 oz, $1.89
  • SimplyNature Kids Fruit Twists, 3.8 oz, $1.99
  • Fit & Active No Sugar Added Fruit Snacks, 7.6 oz, $2.19
  • Clancy’s Brown Rice Crisps, 7 oz, $1.99
  • FIt & Active Cracker Crisps, 4.4 oz, $1.39
  • FIt & Active 100 Calorie Cheese Crackers, 4.62 oz, $1.99
  • FIt & Active Rice Snacks, 6-7 oz, $1.99
    • Lana

      For several weeks my store has had the 2# bunches of organic bananas for 65 cents.

    • emj

      I didn’t realize Target and Walmart price-matched Aldi. Does it matter if the produce is a different brand? The Aldi ad doesn’t specify a brand so I’m assuming it doesn’t matter..

      • If a brand is specified, then they will match only that brand, but if no brand is mentioned, they will price match any regular produce (that also doesn’t have a brand). Hope this helps!

        • Mel

          My Target won’t match Aldi prices unfortunately. Very sad. They will match the other “regular priced” stores as well as Amazon and Target online prices.

          • Charis Johansen

            Same here. I was told by the manager at my local Target that they would lose too much money by price-matching with Aldi so they don’t count it as a “regular” grocery store.