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    @twinklify my nearest Reject Shop is nearly an hour away so that's not an option. Plus I already have to go to both Aldi and Coles so I try to avoid having to make too many stops. Aldi is good for the household products, that's an area where Coles can be really expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    Yeah we do. Maybe that's why? Aldi is literally a third of the cost of equivalent groceries at Coles or Woollies.
    It would have to be if your finding Coles branded stuff expensive. It's one thing I hate about shopping at supermarkets when away you generally pay $1-2+ on stuff that is normally really cheap.

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    Fyi-My local Aldi has introduced a surcharge when paying via paypass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProudMumma34 View Post
    It would have to be if your finding Coles branded stuff expensive. It's one thing I hate about shopping at supermarkets when away you generally pay $1-2+ on stuff that is normally really cheap.
    I think a lot of products are probably the same as they are in Melbourne, but somehow I can get a trolley full of groceries for $100 - $150 at Aldi, but the exact same items at Coles or Woollies would probably cost two to three times that. I'm always shocked how little I get for $50-$100 at Coles.

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    I don't shop at Aldi for meat etc because I'm a discount shopper 🙄🙈

    Eg I buy most things on mark downs. I find there stuff overpriced TBH. And my kids don't eat noodles, chips crap like that so cancels out half the store 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    I don't shop at Aldi for meat etc because I'm a discount shopper 🙄🙈

    Eg I buy most things on mark downs. I find there stuff overpriced TBH. And my kids don't eat noodles, chips crap like that so cancels out half the store 😂
    Our Aldi is always cheaper with meat than everywhere else, even when they're on special

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    Thought I would bump this up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    I really really like them. We still use huggies overnight because I refuse to change nappies overnight unless there is poo (and the huggies are more absorbent). But I use Aldi during the day, they fit better IMO and are perfectly fine if your changing them every few hours. So much cheaper, I used to go to Aldi just for nappies until I discovered Moser Roth (chocolate)!.
    Well I can definately say that I'm happy with the Aldi nappies. I'm using them as day nappies for DS (he is 12 days old tonight) and using the huggies at night. DS is super skinny like I knew he would be so all our newborn boxes we have will last us while

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    Well I can definately say that I'm happy with the Aldi nappies. I'm using them as day nappies for DS (he is 12 days old tonight) and using the huggies at night. DS is super skinny like I knew he would be so all our newborn boxes we have will last us while
    Baby sale coming up, the big boxes are even cheaper!

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    Love the nappies
    I've been having trouble with her wetting through but I've gone up an Aldi size and no more wetting through the night...


 

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