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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Here are all the deals from the Aldi weekly ad, starting 6/3 or 6/6 depending on your area. There are some great produce prices this week, but keep in mind that most of your grocery items can be purchased for better prices after coupons.

Produce

  • Seedless Watermelon, $2.99 ea.
  • Valencia Oranges, 4 lb bag, $1.69
  • Blueberries, 1 Pint, $1.29
  • Strawberries, 1 lb, 99¢
  • Mangoes, 49¢ ea.

Meat

  • Hormel Fresh Boneless Pork Butt Roast, $1.59 lb
  • Breakfast Best Pre-Cooked Sausage Patties, 32 oz, $4.99
  • Lunch Mate Sliced Ham & Water, 32 oz, $4.99
  • Breakfast Best Heat-n-Serve Maple Links, 6.4 oz, 99¢

Fridge or Frozen

  • Breakfast Best Homestyle Waffles, 12.3 oz, $1.29
  • Friendly Farms All Natural Nonfat Greek Yogurt, 6 oz, 89¢
    (get Oikos Greek Yogurt for 50¢ or Yoplait Greek Yogurt for 40¢ at Kroger)
  • Fit & Active Nonfat or Friendly Farms Lowfat Yogurt, 6 oz, 39¢
  • Happy Farms Soft Spread Cream Cheese, 8 oz, $1.49
  • Fage Nonfat Plain Greek Yogurt, 17.6 oz, $3.29
  • Friendly Farms All Natural Almond Milk, 64 oz, $2.49
  • Tony’s Meat-Trio Pizza, 15.85 oz, $1.99
  • Belmont Ice Cream, 48 oz, $2.69
    (get Mayfield Classic Ice Cream, 58 oz, at Food City for $1.24)
  • Sundae Shoppe Lemonade Bars, 15 oz, $1.99
  • Belmont Fruit Bars, 16.5 oz, $1.79
  • Happy Farms Pepper Jack Cheese Block, 8 oz, $1.79
  • edenVale Flavored Hand-Crafted Cheese, 8 oz, $2.99
  • Breakfast Best Breakfast Burritos, 18 oz, $3.49
  • Breakfast Best Chocolate Chip Pancakes, 12 ct., $1.69
  • Lifeway Lowfat Kefir, 32 oz, $2.79
    (price match at Walmart to use coupons)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Lifeway products, excl single 8 oz kefir printable
    (makes it $2.29)

Grocery

  • Aunt Maple’s Pancake Syrup, 24 oz, $1.59
  • Beaumont Classic Roast Coffee, 33.9 oz, $5.49
  • Millville Instant Oatmeal, 13.5-15.1 oz, $1.49
  • Millville Corn Flakes Cereal, 18 oz, $1.49
  • Millville Fruit Rounds Cereal, 12.2 oz, $1.69
  • Millville Cinnamon Crunch Squares or Honey Wheat Puffs, 12.8-15.3 oz, $1.99
  • Peanut Delight Creamy Peanut Butter & Honey, 18 oz, $2.29
  • Millville Chewy Granola Bars, 8.4 oz, $1.69
    (get Quaker Chewy Granola Bars at Publix for $1.49)
  • Nestle Nesquik Chocolate or Strawberry Drink Mix, 21.8 oz, $3.99
    (price match at Walmart to use coupons)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Nestle Nesquick powder or syrup, SS 5/20
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Nestle Nesquick powder or syrup, SS 5/20
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50/2 Nestle Nesquick powder 10.9 oz+ or syrup printable
    (use $1.50/2, makes it $3.24 ea.)
  • Millville Instant Oatmeal, 13.5-15.1 oz, $1.49
  • Aunt Maple’s Pancake Mix, 22-28 oz, $1.49

Household

  • Boulder 13-gallon Drawstring Garbage Bags, 38 pk., $4.99
  • Boulder Premium Paper Towels, 8 big rolls, $5.99
  • Freshine Super Eraser Sponge, 2 pk., 99¢
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    • Spsanders

      Does ALDI accept coupons now?

      • mommalana

        No

    • CDDavids

      WOW.  If you don’t like this site, don’t use it instead of bashing someone who saves us ALL plenty of time each week.

      • GACouponGuy

        That’s what I’m saying!!  Sounds like SmartShopper isn’t so smart.  Jenny does all the work, all I got to do is print or cut what she says to print or cut.  Takes me about 2-3 hours each week to print or pull, and cut, all my coupons and my shopping lists from Kroger, Publix, CVS, & Rite-Aid.  I come here, check the items I want and print the highlighted coupons, pull and cut the rest.  Then I’m going shopping.  I get paid $18/hour at my job, even if it took me twice as long, 6 hours x $18/hr is $108 per week.  I GUARANTEE you Jenny saves me more than that doing my shopping for my family of 2 and my wife’s mother and live-in nurse.  I also shop at Aldi, on occasion, for some items that don’t support regular coupons, like milk and eggs, and some fresh fruits and veggies.  Many of these items are regularly priced cheaper than I can normally get them at my grocery stores.  So yes there is a benefit to shopping at Aldi, but definitely not enough to make me stop couponing!  Thank you Jenny for introducing me to couponing.  Oh, and for doing all the work for me!

    • jennaj81

      I don’t hink she has a problem directing people there at all. If she did, she would not include them in her deals every week. So with that being said, she does not only make a living giving coupon advice, but also for sales, deals, rebates, etc. Basically she helps us save money no matter what avenue we choose to use.

    • guest

      Smartshopper, why would you spend your valuable time reading coupon blogs? When something is of no interest to me I do not spend time researching it. Is it possible your valuable time might be reimbursed by Aldi’s.?       Just thinking!!!    ;)

    • LuvCpns

      Exactly what are you doing on this site if you don’t coupon except spreading negativity? I shop Aldi for some produce items and a few other things but I do much better at other places using coupons and it doesn’t take much time or effort to clip coupons for the items you buy regularly especially with the excellent lists Jenny puts together that matches the coupons for us. I’ve been frustrated with Aldi because if you go there in the afternoon or evening they are sold out and you have make another trip to get the items you wanted. That’s a waste of my time much more than clipping coupons. In fact last week I wanted the gourmet salsa and Blue Corn Tortilla Chips and went to 2 different Aldi’s and they both were sold out for the day and weren’t restocking until the next day. This was at 2 in the afternoon. Plus more than once their cashiers have been rude and literally threw my groceries into the cart. There is no customer service. I also question Aldi having “better” quality food. You can buy good and bad at Aldi and at the other grocery stores.I guess its great we have choices so we can do what suits each of us best. If Jenny is so against Aldi why would she bother posting their weekly deals. 

    • southernsaversfan

      ridiculous to think that bashing Jenny will gain you anything. She has helped me save for 2 family vacations and working on a 3rd. Thanks Jenny!!!!

    • Smartershopper

       In reply to all of those that read my post:  I have used this site for
      several years now.  Like most others have stated in different
      discussions, coupons are now more scarce with less value.  Stores are
      not as willing to accommodate coupon users as they were ‘back in the
      day.’  In addition, coupons themselves take up a lot of resources to
      produce.  Even if you are printing your own, you need to use up paper,
      ink, etc.  Not too friendly for the environment.  That said, I do use
      some coupons if I need something and it’s an exceptional value with a
      coupon, but really, your time should have some value attached.  When I
      started tracking my time, and the value of my time, I found I was
      spending MORE using coupons combined with non coupon shopping than I was
      just going to Aldi once a week, and filling a few items I couldn’t get
      there  (in if need be)at Bi Lo or Kroger.   In addition, you will note
      there are ads on the side of the page for coupon sites.  This is how
      blogs make money, by getting paid for advertising.    All that being
      said, I didn’t say Jenny is a horrible person, she does help people who
      want to learn how to save money with coupon deals.  But, you will note,
      she added Aldi only when other consumers kept telling her that she
      should, and consistently points out ‘if you shop here you can get this
      item cheaper’.  Which may be true, but she fails to mention, overall,
      you would save more in the long run doing your regular shopping in this
      one store, IF it is available to you to do so.

      This reminds me of the problems that JC Penney is having by giving up
      the coupons and going with consistently low pricing, saving people MORE
      money daily.  But, people won’t wean off of the coupons and have
      problems with it – basically, want to be in denial that there are better
      ways to save.  Oh well.

      Sorry if you disagree, but several of us couponers here in my office
      that use the site felt that she has a negative attitude toward the
      businesses that don’t take coupons.

    • Okay everyone…  I am not a huge Aldi fan, mostly because if you have the time to watch for a sale and use a coupon you will get a better price.  That said, there are many folks that don’t have the time, so this list is for you. 

      I will always put the reminder at the top though, because the goal around here is to help you save the most money possible.

    • Jbpersson

      How do you price match? I have looked all through the weekly ads on the aldi website and not found the prices listed here. If I can’t print the price, then I can’t show Walmart the items. Specifically, I want these great fruit prices without having to drive across town. Thanks…

      •  Head to Aldi’s site and try using an Atlanta zipcode.  If you live in an area that has a Wednesday ad start date, your ad won’t be up yet, but Atlanta’s is.  See if that works.

        • Jbpersson

          Thanks. I went back Wed. morning and the prices you had were posted. Now, to see if Walmart will sell me a $3 watermelon:)

      • Kat175

        JB – my local stores will not price match Aldi’s – they say that can’t possible compete with them and won’t do so.  I tried to point out their matching policy, but it does allow for exemptions at their discretion:(

      • Sarah

        You don’t have to have the ad at Walmart.  It says so right on the sign at their register.  I NEVER take ads with me when I shop – and I do all my shopping there, pricematching the best deals of the week at all the stores in my area.  I’ve had a cashier check my prices a few times by getting out the bundle of ads they keep at the register, but for the most part, they just enter the price I tell them.  

        • Theque1981

          When they do ask where the deal is please do not get upset. It is there job to check that the deal is real. I always takemy adbecause I canmark them for the deals I am using cuts the time looking for them. Have a blessed weekend

    • Kat175

      I am a huge Aldi’s fan and I see it as an excellent supplement to my regular couponing. It is regularly much cheaper for items like produce, dairy, etc. and some of their items I think are much better quality (for example, their salsa is SO much better than Tostitos and you get twice the volume for 1/2 the price).  Really, it complements my couponing efforts, together they are a great way to save money.

    • guest

      To those that bash Aldi and say you can get a better price if you wait and coupon, I’m wondering how many coupons you get for strawberries and onions and how stockpiling them for 6 weeks works out for you?
      You will NOT beat Aldi’s produce prices with sales and coupons at other stores.

      • Couponer

        If you buy processed food full of preservatives and sugar, there are plenty of coupons available and the regular grocery stores that double/triple coupons are definitely your best place to shop.  There’s no disputing that.

        However, if your diet actually includes real fruits and vegetables Aldi can’t be beat for the prices.  Jenny is part of a local coop for her vegetables and fruits.  That’s wonderful — unfortunately many of us can’t afford the price that coops charge or there aren’t coops near us. We have to rely on stores to buy produce at decent prices and Aldi comes through week after week.

        Would I buy all of my grocery items at Aldi?  Definitely not.  And I certainly don’t buy everything at Publix either.  The drug stores have such amazing deals on razors, shampoo, deodorants, cosmetics, toothbrushes, toothpaste, hygiene items etc. that I would never buy those items at Publix unless I was being paid to take them.  But, I don’t see Jenny making comments on the Publix list telling me to buy my items at Walgreens, CVS or Rite Aid.  

        What it comes down to is this — we’re all big kids.  We get it that Jenny doesn’t like Aldi.  (I don’t like Kroger and their sucko coupon policies & their decision to drop double coupons in some markets so I won’t shop there)  But we really don’t need the coupon matches on the Aldi list to other stores telling us where to get better deals.  We shop Aldi because we know what deals we can get and we go elsewhere for the other deals. 

    • Lynne

      I love Aldi’s.  There products are of good quality.  Prices can not be beat!  They even listed guten free on there items that are.  What a pleasant surprise!  I even emailed them & told them so.  Yes I did receive a reply.  Too many times people are quick to complain, But do not take the time to compliment.  Whatever I can not get at Aldi I do go else where.  No complaints here!  Thank yoi

    • Melissa

      Love Jenny and her site but there is no question about it you cannot beat the prices at Aldi on produce. I price match at my Walmart because the nearest Aldi is 45 min. away. It saves me a bundle each week in addition to my regular couponing.

      • Aldi does have great prices on produce, price matching is very smart.

      • Couponer

        Wow, you are very lucky to have Walmart price match a store that’s 45 min away.  Their ad match guarantee states ”
        We will match any local competitor’s advertised price” and my Walmart certainly wouldn’t consider a store that’s 45 minutes away to be “local”

        • Susie

          We live in a very rural area, the only “local” stores are BiLo and Ingles. Our Walmart price matches any ad in the Atlanta Journal, even though we’re 2 hours from Atlanta they consider that local. We have a great (and very smart) Walmart. They make announcements in the store that there’s no need to travel to publix, kroger, or any other store..we match them all. Really smart management. They pick up tons of $$ in sales that way so it benefits both the consumer and the store.

        • Susie

          We live in a very rural area, the only “local” stores are BiLo and Ingles. Our Walmart price matches any ad in the Atlanta Journal, even though we’re 2 hours from Atlanta they consider that local. We have a great (and very smart) Walmart. They make announcements in the store that there’s no need to travel to publix, kroger, or any other store..we match them all. Really smart management. They pick up tons of $$ in sales that way so it benefits both the consumer and the store.

    • guestt

      Aldi is having an grand opening on killian road.Columbia SC There was an cpn sent out 5 off 30 purchase.

    • A Puckett3

      I stopped by today and they had a cordless 2-in-1 vaccuum on clearance for 29.99! And it works great!

    • A Puckett3

      I stopped by today and they had a cordless 2-in-1 vaccuum on clearance for 29.99! And it works great!

    • Ed In Ncarolina

      Thanks, Jenny. Some people just can’t understand that you are explaining how they can price match or use a coupon somewhere else and sometimes get a better deal elsewhere instead of driving to Aldi. That’s life. 

    • Ed In Ncarolina

      Thanks, Jenny. Some people just can’t understand that you are explaining how they can price match or use a coupon somewhere else and sometimes get a better deal elsewhere instead of driving to Aldi. That’s life. 

    • Darrrrksunshine

      I just discovered Aldi about a month ago and I love, love, love it!  Thanks for pointing it out on your site, otherwise I would not have gone to it.

      • Absolutely!  I’m glad this list is helpful.

    • Jbcouponing

      The oranges are $1.99 at the new Killian store not $1.69

    • Rosemarie

      Love your Friendly Farms Chocolate Almond milk, but you only carried it once in my area (Youngstown, Ohio 44505), I hope you have this as a regular  product in your stores. When will you have some in  my area?