Apr 172014
 

ALDI Holiday Hours Easter

It’s time to update the ALDI holiday hours for Easter. Have you finished all of your Easter shopping? If not, make sure to get it done by Saturday, as ALDI is closed on Easter Sunday April 20th, 2014.

ALDI is our go to place, when it comes to our produce, meat and dairy, because thanks to ALDI we can fill our produce drawer and fruit bowl on our very low grocery budget.

This week you can get extra Easter savings at ALDI on produce and meat, and at our local South Florida ALDI we have the following ALDI produce deals:

  • 1lb asparagus $2.49
  • 3 lbs sweet potatoes $1.40
  • 1 lb broccoli $1.39
  • 10 lb potatoes $1.99
  • Celery $0.99
  • Pineapple $1.19

 

 

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You can always find the latest ALDI Holiday Hours here at Frugality Is Free.

 

  3 Responses to “ALDI Holiday Hours 2014 Easter”

  1. great prices on all these foods. we are going out for Easter this year; no cooking for me!

  2. is it possible to find like a price comparison list comparing prices in publix, win dixie, aldis and walmart and sedanos, i wonder if theres a huge difference and if its worth the drive? i have a publix n winndixie right across the street, but i wish i had some type of comparison in reference to prices per store any ideas? thanks 🙂

    • I have not updated our price list in quite a while, but here is the last one I did: You can find it in the top navigation bar under Grocery Price List. I’ve been thinking about updating it, but there just isn’t time enough in the day with four kids:)

      http://www.frugalityisfree.com/2012/09/grocery-price-list-aldi-price-list-walmart.html

      Overall the prices have increased since then, but it still gives you a good idea of where you can find the cheapest items.

      In my own experience ALDI outbeats the other stores on the majority of products, but they do not have as large a selection of products and mostly carry their own name brand.

      Winn Dixie and Publix are similar in prices, but Publix has better customer service and better quality products.

      As for Sedanos, they usually have some good prices on certain produce, and Walmart will price match it. If we shop for groceries at Walmart it is mostly by price matching the small store’s produce prices, otherwise the Publix BOGO deals are usually a better value especially if you shop with coupons.

      We usually shop weekly at Publix to get the deals, and then we stock up on cheap produce and basics at ALDI every 2 or 3 weeks, as our ALDI is a bit of a drive away as well. If it was closer, we would do most of our shopping at ALDI.

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