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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 is the Aldi ad that started on 1/5 or will start on 1/8 depending on your area.You won’t be able to use coupons at Aldi, so remember that any coupons listed are for price matching purposes, but there are some great produce deals plus more so check it out!

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


  • Organic Baby Carrots, 16 oz, $1.19
  • Organic Grape Tomatoes, 12 oz, $1.99 pk.
  • Zucchini, 99¢ pk.
  • Tomatoes on the Vine, 16 oz pk., 99¢
  • Green Pepper, 20 oz pk., 99¢
  • Little Salad Bar Garden Salad, 12 oz, 49¢ pk.
  • Sweet Onions, 2 lb, 69¢
  • Cucumbers, 29¢ ea.


  • SimplyNature 85/15 Organic Grass Fed Ground Beef, 1 lb, $4.49
    Wednesday Only
  • All Clear Eyes All Natural Black Forest Ham or Oven Roasted Turkey Breast, 7 oz, $2.99
  • SimplyNature All Natural Uncured Bacon, 12 oz, $3.89
  • SimplyNature Chicken Breakfast Sausage, 8 oz, $2.99

Fridge or Frozen

  • SimplyNature Organic Blueberries, 10 oz, $2.99
  • Season’s Choice Frozen Fruit, Assort Varieties, 12-16 oz, $2.29
  • Season’s Choice Steamable Vegetables, Selected Varieties, 12 oz, $1.09
  • Season’s Choice Chopped Spinach, 10 oz, 99¢
  • Kirkwood Breaded Chicken Breast Tenderloins, 11.6 oz, $2.99
  • Kirkwood Gluten Free Chicken Nuggets or Buffalo Style Zings, 16-25.5 oz, $4.99
  • Mama Cozzi’s Pizza Kitchen Spinach, Mushroom & Garlic PIzza, 29.25 oz, $3.99
  • Nature’s Nectar Orange Juice from Concentrate, No Pulp or With Calcium & Vitamin D, 64 oz, $1.79
  • SimplyNature Organic String Cheese, 6 oz, $2.99
  • SimplyNature Super Fruits Organic Greek Nonfat Yogurt, 5.3 oz, 99¢
  • Yoplait Trix Strawberry Banana Yogurt, 4 ct., 4 oz cups, $1.89
    Manufacturer Coupon -.35/1 Yoplait Go-Gurt, Kids cup or Trix multipk., SS 1/05
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Yoplait Go-Gurt, Kids cup or Trix multipk., SS 1/05
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Yoplait Go-Gurt or Trix Multipack, (zip 77477) printable
    -.75/2 Yoplait Go-Gurt, Kids Cup or Trix yogurt, SavingStar eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Yoplait Go-Gurt, Kids cup yogurt or Trix multipk. printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Yoplait Trix, Kids Cup or Go-Gurt yogurt printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Yoplait Go-Gurt, Kids Cup or Trix yogurt, Food City eCoupon
    (If included, (2) $1 off and SavingStar makes it 53¢)
  • SimplyNature Sesame Lo Mein or Southwestern Fresca, 9 oz, $1.69
  • SimplyNature Organic Spinach & Feta or Roasted Vegetable Pizza, 16.25 oz, $3.99


  • SimplyNature Organic 100% Apple Juice, 64 oz, $2.49
  • Nature’s Nectar 100% Fruit Punch or Berry Juice, 64 oz, $2.49
  • Nature’s Nectar 100% Apple Juice, 64 oz, $1.39
  • SimplyNature Organic Aged Balsamic or Peppercorn Ranch Dressing, 8 oz, $1.99
  • SimplyNature Granny Smith or Blueberry Applesauce, 24 oz, $1.59
  • SimplyNature Fruit Squeezies, 12.8 oz, $1.99
  • SimplyNature Organic Salsa, 16 oz, $1.99
  • SimplyNature Organic Free Range Chicken or Low Sodium Chicken Broth, 32 oz, $1.79
  • Fit & Active Chicken Noodle Chunky Style Soup, 18.6 oz, $1.29
  • Fit & Active Cream of Mushroom or Cream of Chicken Soup, 10.5 oz, 59¢
  • Chef’s Cupboard Homestyle or Chunky Soup, 18.6-19 oz, $1.29
  • Organic Pasta Sauce, 25 oz, $1.99
  • SimplyNature Organic Spaghetti or Linguine, 16 oz, $1.19
  • Organic Diced Tomatoes, 28 oz, $1.49
  • Organic Toasted Oats, 9-10 oz, $1.99
  • SimplyNature Organic Animal Cookies, 8 oz, $1.79


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    • Dana

      My aldi ad has a $10 off $40 purchase.

      • FrancesA

        What is your zip code? I don’t see it in the online Charlotte ad. Have you found it online also? Or is it a local newspaper ad?

        • mamaT

          It’s only in the metro Atlanta area.

    • Claudia Cruz

      I have a question, can anyone find out if this is true?? I shop at Aldi a good bit and saw this floating around on the internet and the website I don’t find credible but just wondering if anyone could give me some insight to what they think or find.


      this is the website and I have not seen anything on the news that is why I find it hard to believe.

    • Claudia Cruz


      Does anyone no if this is true? I love shopping at Aldi and I find this hard to believe and I don’t find this site very credible.

    • Claudia Cruz

      I read a post that Aldi’s meat contains horsemeat in it, can anyone find out if this is true? I shop there frequently and well I tried to put the link on here but it deletes my comment.

      • Jenni P

        I’ve only ever read confirmed reports about horse meat in some of the food that is served in IKEA’s in store restaurants. Additionally, I’ve read reports/see video of how Wal*Mart has very poor standards for their meat sources, and uses chemicals to make their meat look fresh far longer than it actually is. I’ve never heard anything about Aldi, though. Pretty sure that if you type in “Aldi horse meat scandal” or something like that, you’ll find any information available to confirm if what you heard is true. Search engines are amazing. :) And a lot quicker than waiting on other people to look it up for you.

        • Jenni P.

          I typed in exactly what I suggested, and found a Snopes article right at the top of the search findings (as well as many, many other sites, including the UK Guardian, addressing this). Took about 5 seconds. In short, the horse meat claim is outdated, but is none-the-less making the rounds on the internet thanks to people spreading the info without checking on the source. *ahem* It happened early 2013, and didn’t affect any stores in the United States. It was due to a bad supplier (French company named Comigel) in Europe, and Aldi has ceased business with that supplier. Additionally, they weren’t the only grocery chain affected by this same supplier.

          Next time, just do a quick search engine inquiry. It would take less time to do that than write up all those posts, and you wouldn’t have to worry about casting doubt on an entire, global company due to one obscure website.

          • Claudia Cruz

            I figured it was outdated cause I never heard of it but thanks for the clarification!

      • AngelaFavaloro

        It was earlier this year and mostly in the European stores that one of their distributors that makes some of their frozen meat dinner/dishes had used it. It since has been pulled and I don’t think there were instances in the US, if so they are no longer a risk. Also it was never in fresh meat.