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These are all the deals at Aldi this week, either starting 4/15 or 4/18 depending on where you live.

Remember that you can price match name brand products, meat, and produce at Walmart.


  • Tomatoes on the Vine, 59¢ pk.
  • Baking Potatoes, 5 lb bag, $1.59
  • Multi-Colored Peppers, 3 pk., $1.29
  • Vidalia Onions, 59¢ pk.
  • Baby Bella Mushrooms, 79¢ pk.
  • Sweet Corn, $1.29 pk.


  • Appleton Farms Baby Back Ribs, 24 oz, $7.99
  • Kraft Boca Burgers, 10 oz, $2.89
  • Parkview Premium Beef Franks, 12 oz, $2.79
  • Parkview Griller Sausage, 14 oz, $2.49
    (get Johnsonville Chicken Sausage at Harris Teeter for $1.99)
  • Old Wisconsin Cheddar Sausage, 24 oz, $4.99
  • Duetsche Kuche Smoked Bratwurst or Knackwurst, 16 oz, $2.69


  • Savoritz Oyster Crackers, 10 oz, 89¢
  • Benton’s Fudge Striped Shortbread Cookies, 13 oz, $1.19
  • Savoritz 4 Kids Cheese Dip & Cracker Sticks, 5 oz, 95¢
  • Millville or Fit & Active Cereal Bars, 4.86-10.4 oz, $1.49
  • Fit & Active Double Chocolate or Chocolate Peanut Butter Meal Bars, 9.5 oz, $3.99
    (get Pure Protein Bar singles at Harris Teeter for FREE)
  • Nature’s Nectar Fruit Juices, 64 oz, $1.49


  • Freshine Glass Cleaner, 32 oz, 89¢
    • thanks SO much for this, jenny! we just had an aldi open up near us, but b/c we buy so much produce, i had sadly written them off — until i saw this post! sheesh, we’ve been paying a buck PER pepper at our wal-mart supercenter. i just may have to make a stop on the way home from car pool today! :)

      thanks again!
      – tanya

      • Niddi

        great deal on the peppers, I’ve been chopping them up and freezing for the winter months.

        • VP22

          I do the same thing.

        • this one post has been one mega WEALTH of info — i didn’t even THINK about chopping them up & freezing them! and i found out today that i’m apparently in a 4/18 start date, so i’ll be stopping there again tomorrow for my peppas! ;)

        • Audrey

           I have found too, the best way to freeze is to chop them up and put them on a cookie sheet, each piece not touching the others (like when you bake cookies) put the cookie sheets in the freezer, a few hours later when they are frozen, I scoop them in to bags. Then I can just pull out one or two at a time or whatever I need. It works great!

      • Katie

        Aldi has great produce! It will definitely be worth your time & money to stop by there.

        • i didn’t even know they HAD produce ’til i saw this post! the last time i was close enough to an aldi was in college, so i guess that says a lot about my college eating habits, huh? ;)

      • Katielanes

        In my opinion, it’s the only place to buy produce.  Do keep in mind, if they are out of stock on something, that Wal-mart will price match Aldi’s produce prices.  I priced match strawberries this morning that are $.79 at Aldi, didn’t have any problem. FYI.

        • i was looking at this quickly this morning, so i just now SAW that — that wal-mart will price match! that’s fantastic! so i just bring the aldi ad in, right?

          • Sandi

            You do not have to bring the ad. :)

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

    • chowder

      Produce is a great deal at Aldi.  We also get the potato chips & nuts.

      • Katielanes

        It’s also a great place to get milk and eggs at a good price.

    • guest

      Our advertised prices are a bit different but had the weights in the ad so comparing to Publix:

      Tomatoes on the vine:
      Aldi: $.59 per lb
      Publix: $1.29 per lb

      Aldi: $1.38 per lb
      Publix $2.69 per lb

      Sweet corn
      Aldi: $.25 per ear
      Publix: $.33 per ear

      Aldi: $.20 per lb (baking)
      Publix: $.60 per lb (red)

      And the prices on the Vidalia onions ($.30/lb) and 3-pk peppers can’t be beat!

    • guest

      More Produce comparisons:

      Aldi: $1.29 per 3-pk
      Kroger:  $1.25 each ($3.75 for 3!)

      Vidalia Onions
      Aldi: $.30 per lb
      Kroger: $.64 per lb

      Aldi: $.20 per lb (baking)
      Harris Teeter: $.70 per lb (russet)

      Aldi: $.59 per lb
      Harris Teeter: $2.79 per lb

    • Guest

      Well finally had a good trip to Aldi. Our Aldi, the produce quality is hit and miss but I figured I see what they had today. Today I got 2 3-packs of peppers (red, yellow, orange) $1.39 each, Tomato on the vine, 24oz $.99, the bunch I chose had 6 medium, Vidalia Onions 2 lbs. for $.69, and 4 cucumbers $.49 each, $6.42 total. Our Aldi the milk prices are not really better than the grocery stores depending I what you buy, it’s $3.49 a gallon. Today I went to Harris Teeter and got 3 half gallons of Smart Balance Milk for $.99 each ($3.99 – $1.50 coupon doubled) and they had a promotion, buy a half gallon SB milk get a free SB spreadable butter free ($2.49 value) so I got a gallon and a half of milk and 3 spreadable butters for $2.97. For me Harris Teeter and Aldi plus other groceries are right down the street from each other so I shop whomever has the best deals without spending a lot of extra time or gas. I got $113.96 worth of groceries at HT for $34.86 ($79.10 worth of coupon/sale savings) and could not have gotten everything at Aldi and would have spent more. These lists that Jenny posts are a tremendous help. I can compare all the local groceries prices with coupon matches and plan my trips for the best deals. I like having a variety of groceries to choose from.

      • Sounds like a great shopping trip!  I’m glad the lists are helpful!

    • Ed In Ncarolina

      Milk was $2.69 at my Aldi’s today. (It’s normally $3.39).

    • amom

      We pay $1.99 for a gallon of milk at Aldi’s which is a very good deal compared to other stores!

    • Amy

      We love ALDI!  I get all of our produce there (except bananas).  Their prices are so much better than anywhere else. Even if you go for produce alone, it is WELL worth the trip.