Jun 252015

We usually buy the majority of our produce at ALDI, but this week a lot of the fruit did not look good or simply weren’t there, so we only got a few things…and then we headed to Publix. Of course the prices at Publix are more expensive on produce, but thankfully I had a $4 off $20 Target produce coupon, which could chop off the extra spending.

ALDI  corn

By the way, did you notice the price increase on eggs? $2.49 for a dozen at ALDI, and at Publix no price was listed, so I bet it’s even worse.

What’s the price of eggs at your store?

Our ALDI Deals:

Fig Bars $0.89

Hot Cheese Curls $1.29

2 x ALDI Instant Oatmeal @ $1.49

2 x Lactose Free Milk @ $2.79 each

1/2 gallon ALDI milk $2.29

Pepper Jack Cheese Block $1.59

ALDI Cheese Wedges $1.29

2 x ALDI Cream Cheese @ $0.99

2 x Whole Wheat Bread $1.39

2 lbs Red Grapes $1.99

Strawberries $1.29

3 lbs Fuji Apples $2.99

2.15 lbs of Bananas $0.95 – $0.25 Cash Back from Checkout 51

Cucumbers $0.59

Broccoli $1.79

Avocado @ $0.79

Lettuce $1.39

Baby Lettuce $2.29

2 x 4 Pack of Sweet Corn @ $1.29

Mushrooms $1.29

Chicken Drumsticks $2.86



Total out of pocket $44.92

Total saved $18 (Compared to the lowest prices at our regular grocery stores)

– $0.25 Cash Back from Checkout 51

I submitted my ALDI receipt to Receipt Hog to earn rewards – you can too. Download the receipt hog app here on your phone, and enter code: yah54683 to get extra spins at the Hog Slots and earn more rewards.


You can always find our latest ALDI deals in the top navigation bar under DEALS.

  3 Responses to “We Saved $18 @ ALDi – What’s The Egg Price At Your Store?”

  1. The price at aldi is the same, which I found very high, BUT last time I went to walmart I have seen eggs for $3.17 that is insane!

  2. I buy my eggs at costco. Couldn’t figure out why 3 dozen extra large eggs went from $4.49 to $6.99 overnight. I was gonna check Aldi’s tomorrow.

    Don’t need to now…lol

    Anyone know why the huge jump in price?

  3. Dee, I think it is 10+ percent off the US chicken population that has been wiped out by bird flu. It’s probably going to get worse before it gets better.

    Actually I just looked it up, and just from last time I checked a week ago it went from 35 million birds down to 48 million. Crazy!

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