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  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
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  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
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Here are the top deals at Aldi this week.

If your Aldi ad starts on Sunday these deals are already running, if your ad begins on Wednesday then these deals start tomorrow.

Remember that meat, produce and national brand items can be price matched at Walmart and Target. You cannot use coupons at Aldi, but you can when price matched at another store.


  • Simms Hickory or Italian Summer Sausage, 16 oz, $2.99
    (get Hillshire Farm Smoked Sausage for $2.35 at Ingles)
    (get Johnsonville Cooked Brats or Smoked Sausage for $2 at Kroger)
  • Tyson Country Fried Steaks or Steak Fingers, 20.5 oz, $4.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Tyson recipe meat item, (zip 30003) printable (if included)
    (price match at Walmart or Target to use coupon – would make it $4.49)
  • Oscar Mayer Ham & Cheese Loaf, 16 oz, $2.79
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Oscar Mayer Carving Board or Cold Cuts, SS 1/22
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Oscar Mayer Carving Board meats or cold cuts printable
    (price match at Walmart or Target to use coupon – would make it $1.79)
  • Tyson Fresh Jumbo Pack Chicken Breasts $1.69 lb


  • Celery 69¢
  • Avocados 49¢ ea.
  • Baby Carrots 49¢ pk.
  • Grape Tomatoes 69¢ pk.
  • Broccoli 89¢ ea.
  • Mushrooms 69¢ pk.

Fridge or Frozen

  • Mama Cozzi’s Pizza Kitchen Ultimate Meat, 12″, $4.99
    (get Red Baron Pizza at Family Dollar for $3.50)
    (get DiGiorno 12″ Pizza at Ingles for $4 or at Kroger for $3.49)
  • Mama Cozzi’s Five Cheese Pizza, 16″, $4.99
    (get Red Baron Pizza & Sides, 28-30.6 oz, at Walmart for $4.77)
  • Mama Cozzi’s Pizza Kitchen Cheesy Breadsticks, 22.75 oz, $3.79
  • Mama Cozzi’s Pizza Kitchen Mega Pizza Rolls, 17 oz, $2.49
    (get Totino’s Pizza Rolls, 40 ct., at Ingles for $2.30 or at Kroger for $1.89)


  • Clancy’s Pretzel Sticks, 16 oz, $1.29
  • Clancy’s White Rounds Tortilla Chips, 13 oz, $1.19
    (get Organic Garden of Eatin’ Tortilla Chips at Kroger for $1.29)
  • Casa Mamita Medium Salsa, 24 oz, $1.79
    (get Herdez or Chi Chi’s Salsa, 16 oz, at Kroger for 49¢)
  • Casa Mamita Salsa Con Queso, 15.5 oz, $2.29
  • Aunt Maple’s Pink Chocolate Chip Pancake Mix, 8 oz, $1.99
    (get Hungry Jack Pancake Mix, 32 oz, at Dollar General for $2)
  • Baker’s Corner Red Velvet Cake mix, 18.25 oz, 99¢
  • M&M’s Milk Chocolate Cupid’s Mix, 12.6 oz, $2.69
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Mars M&M’s candies, 9.9 oz +, Kroger Holiday Savings Book 2011 home mailer (EXP 02/05)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Mars M&M’s, 12.6 oz +, Throw a Party Like a Pro booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Mars M&M’s candy, 9.9 oz +, February All You magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Mars M&M’s pretzel chocolate candies, 9.9 oz + printable
    (get it at Target for $1.66, at Kroger for $1.19, or at Walgreens for $1)
  • Russell Stover’s Valentine’s Day Chocolate Assortment, 2 oz, 99¢
    (get 14.5 oz at Target for $3.33)
  • Nestle Wonka Fun Dip Card & Candy Kit, 12 oz, $2.49
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Nestle Wonka or Nestle candy bags printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Wonka candy, 9 oz + printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Nestle 11.5 oz + or Wonka 9 oz + fun size seasonal themed candy printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Nestle or Wonka fun size bags, 9 oz +, RP 1/29
    (get it at Target for $2 or at Kroger for $1.50)
  • Kellogg’s Special K Fruit Crisps Bars, 4.4 oz, $2.49
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Kellogg’s Special K cereal bars, fruit crisps and/or granola bars 5 ct +, RP 1/01
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Kellogg’s Special K cereal bars, fruit crips or granola bars 5 ct.+, RP 1/22
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    • AD

      Wow!  Get a load of those produce prices!  I will definitely be getting my fill of veggies this week!  Thanks for the heads-up Jenny! 

      • Beth Anne

        Does anyone know the country of origin for their produce?

        • Ed In Ncarolina

          The good tomatoes (4 in pack) are from NC, the pineapple I just now bought is from Costa Rica, DelMonte bananas do not specify, baby carrots USA, green peppers Mexico, Hearts of Romaine lettuce – Salinas CA.

          • AD

            Some things vary depending upon the time of the year.  In the winter, quite a bit of it is imported, which is to be expected.   Otherwise, the vast majority is US origin, at least in my local store.

        • aldi employee

          if its not on the packaging it is on the sign. They r required to tell u where it comes from.

    • My husband and I have been shopping at Aldi for the past year now and have kept our grocery budget around $150 per month – 3 people and I am pregnant.  I still coupon at Publix and other stores for fillers but I can get everything I need and GREAT produce at Aldi. Love it! Thanks for adding the ads on here! 

      • Bethscoupons1

        Have your tried their frozen pasta (manicotti and ravioli)? It’s REALLY good!

      • Jessica P

        I coupon at Publix and buy everything else at Aldi’s too! You can really save the most by doing that.

    • Anonymous

      I would love to shop at Aldi but the one where I live is nasty

      • Beth Anne


    • Terri

      ALDI produce is from United States. Different parts of the country but their Strawberries this week were from Plant City, Florida. My apples were from Michigan, and my onions were from Louisville, KY. I think the Avocados are from California.

    • Dwhite2795

      How can u contact Aldi’s to petition for a store? Desperately need one in savannah

    • Crazyforyeshua

      I’ve been shopping at Aldi’s lately, because Giant Eagle has had absolutely nothing on sale….I love their produce…if you have vegie bags, I recommend them, Aldi’s produce doesn’t last as long

    • savingmavin

      Yeah, love those fruit and veggie prices. My family and I have made a vow to eat more fresh fruits and veggies this year (we do in th summer with the garden), even during the winter months and Aldi has been the best place so far with prices. Luckily the items change week to week so we are not eating the same thing over and over.

    • Guest

      I thought aldi did not take coupons, at least the Knoxville store doesn’t.

      •  “Remember that meat, produce and national brand items can be price matched at Walmart and Target. You cannot use coupons at Aldi, but you can when price matched at another store.” Jenny has this right before the list of sale items :)

    • Lana

      You should check the ad for your particular store because the procuce prices and specials vary GREATLY.  You can sign up to have your ad emailed to you at aldi dot com.

    • Couponcrazy

      My Aldi won’t accept coupons, at least they didn’t the last time I was in the store. Has that changed??

      • AD

        As far as I know, they never took coupons.

      • robzwife33

        The coupons are for using at stores that price match the Aldi ad.

    • Lisa Ragle

      Aldi’s does not take coupons! I was surprised to see coupon for this store.

      • PaulaB

        Jenny said to take the ad to walmart and price match and use coupons.

      • Guest

        It’s kinda like the Aldi’s ad is being only grudging posted – it’s there just as a comparison to show that many items can be bought elsewhere with coupons.  I don’t get it.  

        The other weekly grocery store listings don’t show that their sale prices can be beat at other stores.  For instance, Publix has an acorn buy next to their avocados but those are $.15 cheaper here at Aldi’s this coming ad week (and you don’t have to buy 2 to get the sale price for those in the land of true B1G1 free).   

        As was clearly voiced in the Aldi thread a couple weeks ago, many folks stated the reason they shop at Aldi’s is to supplement their regular grocery store shopping trips with very inexpensive produce, meat, eggs and milk.  Can’t it just be left as a store with weekly sale prices like the other store listed on the site?

        • Guest

          I got that too.  It’s almost like ‘here it is, but you can do better elsewhere’.  I appreciate the effort, but just treat it like another store..it’s obvious people like shopping there!

        • sam

          I think Jenny is trying to show how to get an EVEN better deal than Aldi’s great prices, by taking the ad to a store that takes coupons.    Now if I could find a way to price match and get double coupons….

          I’m too lazy to price match, but if I were more motivated financially and had a more limited budget, I certainly would.

    • Nana

      A clerk at the Forest Drive Walmart in Columbia told me today that they don’t match Aldi prices, but she would do it this one time.  When I told her that other clerks had matched the Aldi prices before she said that some of the clerks don’t understand the store policy.   

      • Tabitha

        that stinks I was at the batesburg walmart tonight (they usually fight me on every single coupon i have) had no problem price matching I hope that is not another problem with them.

      • Danielle

        I live in Chattanooga, TN and our Walmart does price match Aldi.  The only time I’ve had a problem is if the produce wasn’t weighted/priced in the same way.  (Ex.:  broccoli @ Walmart $0.00 by the lb. vs.  broccoli @ Aldi $0.00 per item.)

    • Jogarrett63

      I shop mostly at Bi-Lo and Publix, but I absolutely love Aldi’s.  What I love about Aldi’s, is the prices are CONSISTENT day in and day out.  Aldi’s has not raised their prices at the same rate as other grocery chains, nor have sizes of their products diminished.  Amazingly Aldi remains in the top 25 of grocery store chains nationwide.  They must be doing something right:)

    • Terry

      Aldi’s a German company. I know Aldi for more than 30 years. That’s because I’m from the Netherlands and eversince I remember, I have a list of products, which I buy there. Also, my husband has a couple of their tools and he loves the quality. I’ve seen people standing in long lines, when Aldi has computers or photo camera’s, because of the good quality and reasonable price.

    • April

      We have an Aldi opening near us on Thursday.  There was a sale paper in Sunday’s paper.  A gal milk for 1.99 and doz lg eggs for .99.  I probrably will not be making the drive but will price match at Walmart. 
      And I absolutley appreciate everything you do and post.  THANKS!!

    • Karen

      Aldi here does not accept coupons. Also, take advantage of their low prices now…as they establish themselves they raise the price of staples. Milk 3.19 and eggs 1.59 now. This is right across the street from Publix. Still worth walking through for produce buys..but be prepared to stand in line.

    • Ed In Ncarolina

      NO Aldi store takes coupons. Jenny DID NOT say that Aldi accepts coupons. If Aldi accepted coupons and credit cards, they would have to raise prices and hire additional employees to handle the coupons. Not gonna happen.

      • Guest

        The problem with listing coupons below items but having the caveat that Aldi’s doesn’t accept coupons and to price match at other stores in very top paragraphs of the weekly listing is that almost no one reads the top paragraphs.  (Think about the small print of any ad or document – folks just don’t read the small print.  It’s human nature.)    It’s a knee jerk reaction to go straight to the sale items and coupon match-ups where one gets the impression that Aldi’s accepts coupons.  If you weren’t familiar with Aldi’s it would be very discerning to walk into the store with your coupons expecting to be able to use the coupons based upon the coupon match-ups.  

        That said, if the ad were left as just the ad, it would be less confusing.  Folks know to take ads to Walmart or Target for price matching – whether they are Publix, Kroger, Winn Dixie, Dollar General or the like.  Let’s just not throw confusion into the mix when posting “top deals” at a given store by giving coupon match-ups that aren’t applicable.  

      • music_12

         My Alidi’s accepts Credit Cards. Just for the information. Nashville, TN Thanks

    • christa

      the Alidi’s in huntsville al eggs are 69 cents everyday and on some weeks they are 49 cents. milk is always 1.99 a gallon. There kirkland brand of hot weeks are super good just as good or better than tyson’s hot wings

      • Guest

         Wow!  That would be nice.  Milk is $3.49 a gallon and eggs are $1.69 a dozen at my Aldi – the same price as Harris Teeter.

    • Guest

      The Tyson chicken isn’t $1.69 a pound this week.  That was last week’s Wednesday meat deal.  It’s ribs or something like that this week.  I was so excited because I missed it last week, so I went today without checking the ad first, but no go.  :(

    • AD

      The vultures cleaned out my Aldi of their sale produce by lunchtime.   Good thing they’re only a few miles away, because I’ll have to try again tomorrow when they get a new shipment in.  :-(

      • Beckyhill216

        I am not a Wal Mart fan, but their price matching policy is great, especially for meat and produce. Go there to get your produce, and have them match Aldi’s price. You don’t even need the sale flyer. I was shocked at how easy it was the first time I did it, but it was truly a breeze, and you don’t have to worry about everything having been cleared out by the “vultures!”

    • Guest

      I just don’t get the love of ALDI. Our ALDI milk is $3.49 same as the other stores. Last week when I went for the produce on sale the cantaloupe was green and the pineapples were VERY small. I went for the second time today after that disappointing 1st trip last week. I went for produce again and at least this time I got celery and carrots but it’s not worth the bad attitude of the employees at this location. There was a employee straightening out the produce and had this large cart thing blocking the aisle and he almost ran me over with it and just gave me a disgusted look, no apology, no excuse me nothing and pushed his way in front of me. Then at checkout, only 1 checkout open, 3rd in line with 3 or 4 people behind me. When the girl in front of me checked out with a mid size order the cashier just FLUNG her groceries into the cart, threw the frozen items like Frisbees. They made noise as they hit the cart. Then when I checked out I tried to hand her my reusable bag (I didn’t use a cart) she just flung my produce in a cart at the end of the register and ignored me. Never again! Not worth it!

      • SouthernQutiee

        Which one do you go to?