Best time of day to visit Aldi for ‘all the discounts’ – including 50% off

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A supermarket shopper has shared the best time of day to head to Aldi for all the yellow sticker bargains.

Due to the cost of living crisis, many Britons are looking for ways to save money where they can, whether that be in the supermarket or on their energy bills.

Now, a savvy shopper has shared how she manages to bag discounted food items whenever she shops in the budget supermarket chain Aldi.

Nat, who goes by @natloufashion on TikTok, shared her hack in a video on the social media platform. She began the video: “Girls, I know everyone’s struggling right now with the cost of living through the roof – everything is just so expensive, but I’ve got a little hack for you.

“Did you know that if you go to Aldi between 10am and 11am in the morning, you get all the discounts?”

In the video, she shared all her bargain food items which included cooked ham and chicken goujons which were 30 percent off.

She added: “I do this every day girls. Every day I go into Aldi looking for them little red tickets – sometimes you get 50 percent off.”

Many of the heavily discounted items were getting close to their expiry date but rather than eating them all at once, Nat put some of them in the freezer for another day.

The TikToker said last week she bought four whole chickens which were 30 percent off and put them in the freezer.

The savvy shopper’s receipt came to just £23.22 for large bag of shopping.

She concluded the video: “You need to use this hack wisely and get yourself to Aldi.”

Nat’s video has received more than 30 comments from fellow TikTokers with some sharing their own hacks.

One person responded: “I work at Aldi and it goes to 75 percent off at 4.30pm.”

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