Using the same list of 85 items, including everything from groceries to housewares, which one? checked the cost daily in July and averaged it, also taking into account specials.
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The price gap was also large, with some shoppers spending 56% less on their weekly store at a particular supermarket, reports the Mirror .
Shopping at Aldi customers reduced £ 78.50, while the same shopping list at Waitrose cost £ 122.47.
It’s fair to say that Aldi was happy with the outcome, with the supermarket taking to Facebook to celebrate.
The retailer wrote on Facebook: “The only place to get Aldi prices… is to shop at Aldi! The price is equal to that, Tesco. ”
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Buyers Agree, adding that it was not only the prices that were great, but also the quality.
One fan wrote: Aldi all the way. Their wine is excellent. The quality of their food has also come a long way.
Another added: “I love Aldi, their meat is far superior to all other supermarkets especially their steaks and meat joints and I save an average of 20-30 pounds per week buying there.
“Anyone who thinks they are paying more for ‘quality’ is wrong. ”
A third wrote: “It’s a mindset that some people think if it costs more it is better and only the lower classes buy from Aldi & Lidl. Well, that’s their downfall.