Thanksgiving is approaching, so start preparing your food and grocery list today. Especially when our favorite German food store revealed an irresistible discount.
If you're dreading your November grocery bill, Aldi can help. Food prices are rising. Aldi will cut Christmas prices by up to 50% on over 70 key goods in November.
Last Thanksgiving, Aldi lowered their pricing to pre-pandemic levels, saving consumers 30% on holiday favorites like pie, stuffing, cheese, and wine. T
Aldi promises you'll save enough money to invite three more guests if you buy all your Thanksgiving groceries there.
The Thanksgiving table's contents are as essential as its visitors, therefore Aldi is offering substantial reductions on critical goods to make place for more guests, said the company's president.
On November 1, Aldi's new Aldi Finds will launch, and the Thanksgiving bargain will run all holiday season.
Thus, you may restock on charcuterie board mainstays, baking supplies, and Thanksgiving basics for Friendsgivings, neighborhood potlucks, and Thanksgiving Day dinners.
ALDI hasn't announced its whole November sale, but these are the goods we know will be discounted.
Stonemill Regular Gravy Mix: $0.29 12-ounce Fresh Cranberries: $0.99 Assorted Herbs Mixed Case: $1.29 Specially Selected Scalloped Crackers: $1.29 Happy Farms Sharp Cheddar: $1.39
Chef’s Cupboard French Fried Onions: $1.79 Bake House Creations Refrigerated Pie Crust: $1.79 Baker’s Corner Pumpkin Pie Mix: $1.89 Specially Selected Cornichons: $1.99 Countryside Creamery Salted Pure Irish Butter: $2.19
Appleton Farms Prosciutto: $2.49 Specially Selected Brioche Rolls: $3.29 Stonemill Pure Vanilla: $3.49 Southern Grove Pecan Halves: $3.49 Baking Brie: $5.19
This Christmas season is the best time to shop at your local Aldi, and one stroll down the Aisle of Shame will make you glad we sent you.