Bet you didn’t know Aldi coupons are the stuff of myth. The company does not accept coupons in its stores — not even the ones issued by manufacturers.
Aldi says it prides itself on offering customers the lowest price without coupons. Not only do you save money but you also save time because you don’t have to look for coupons.
Aldi Coupons Are Retail Myths
However, legions of coupon offers make it sound like Aldi coupons are a thing. They’re even listed on Groupon — but when you click on the link to view the Aldi coupons, you’ll see that it simply prompts you to sign up for Aldi’s newsletter (see the screenshot below).
Each week you’ll see the same low prices on all the products — savings of up to 40% on groceries. And if you are ever dissatisfied with a product you bought from Aldi, you can return it and get a full refund.
While Aldi doesn’t temporarily mark down items with sale prices, the stores do tend to highlight certain products. Here are some of these promotions (that aren’t sales).
- Meat Special Buy: Every Wednesday Aldi presents new meat items to the store. These, of course, are at Aldi’s regular low price, with a specialty meat offered changes week to week. Keeping an eye out for these deals is a good idea because they’ll only be available for a limited time.
- Produce Picks: Similarly, Aldi picks different types of produce to promote each week as well. These are generally available for a limited time.
- Save on More Than Just Food: Aldi also has common household items like paper towels, toilet paper, cleaning supplies, tableware, and other household items.
All told you can still save a ton of money by shopping at Aldi, even though coupons don’t exist for the store. So if you see any offers of Aldi coupons, you can save yourself some time by not clicking through on these mythological offerings.
Readers, where are your favorite places to shop for less? Got any pointers about how to save money on groceries?