ALDI deals week of 7/22/15 – 7/28/15

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Here are your Chicago ALDI deals on produce and more for the week of 7/22/15 – 7/28/15.

  • Produce (and sometimes other) prices vary by location, as do ad dates; these ALDI deals are from Chicago ads.
  • These ALDI deals are from both the weekly mailed ad and the weekly in-store preview ad. To see your own weekly ads, check on the ALDI site here each Wednesday.
  • ALDI does not take manufacturer coupons. ALDI does not take credit cards, only cash or debit.
  • Bring a quarter to “rent” a shopping cart, and you get it back when you return the cart. Bring your own reusable bags; ALDI does not provide free bags.

Produce deals

  • Large Hass avocados, $.49 each.
  • Organic 1 lb baby carrots, $.99.
  • Organic pint grape tomatoes, $2.19.
  • Locally grown zucchini, $.79/lb.
  • Locally grown sweet corn, $.99 per four pack.
  • 8 oz mushrooms, $.69.
  • 2 lb Vidalia onions, $.99.
  • Seedless watermelon, $3.49.

Other food deals

  • Wed. special meat buy: Roseland never any America’s Cut boneless pork chops, $4.99/lb or USDA choice T-Bone steak, $6.99/lb.
  • Parkview never any hot dogs, $2.49.
  • 18 20 oz bottles Gatorade variety pack, $7.98.
  • 4 pack SimplyNature kale veggie burgers, $3.99.
  • SimplyNature 6 pack applesauce cups, $1.49.
  • SimplyNature green ripe olives 6 oz, $1.59.
  • Friendly Farms chocolate almond milk 64 oz, $2.49.
  • liveGfree gluten free animal cookies, $1.99.
  • liveGfree gluten free black bean & rice crackers, $1.99.
  • Seeds of Change organic quinoa & brown rice w/ garlic, $2.29.
  • Organic juice pouches, $2.99.
  • Organic frozen berry blend, $2.99.
  • Fit & Active 100% whole grain rotini, penne, shells, $.89.
  • Fit & Active drizzled multigrain crisps, $1.19.
  • Fit & Active whole wheat couscous, $1.29.
  • Fit & Active chocolate or yogurt covered pretzels 100 calorie packs, $1.79.
  • Fit & Active cracker crisps, $1.39.
  • Fit & Active 32 oz long grain brown rice, $1.19.
  • Organic extra virgin olive oil 16.9 oz, $4.99.
  • Organic 12 oz salad dressing, $1.99.
  • Organic sweet potato corn chips, $1.99.
  • Organic refried beans, $.99.
  • 11 oz Fit & Active 2% milk shredded cheese, $2.49.
  • Fit & Active 16 oz light raspberry with walnut or honey mustard dressing, $1.29.
  • PurAqua La Vie sparkling water, $.59.
  • Nature’s Nectar 46 oz 100% veggie juice, $1.79.
  • Nature’s Nectar aloe vera drink, $.99.
  • PurAqua 20 oz enhanced water, $.79.
  • Kirkwood whole grain dino chicken nuggets, $3.99.
  • Season’s Choice sweet potato puffs, $1.99.
  • Baker’s Corner 16 oz almond flour, $7.99.
  • Sweet Additions 9.7 oz Stevia or sucralose, $3.69.
  • Carlini coconut oil spray, $1.99.
  • Clancy’s popcorn chips, $1.49.
  • Happy Farms Preferred grassfed cheddar 7 oz, $2.99.
  • SimplyNature 12 oz creamy almond butter, $5.99.
  • L’Oven Fresh 100% whole wheat sandwich skinnys, $1.79.
  • liveGfree gluten free bread, $3.99.
  • Specially Selected gourmet vinaigrette, $1.99.
  • SimplyNature 1 lb organic grass fed ground beef, $6.99.
  • liveGfree gluten free brown rice spaghetti 16 oz, $1.89.
  • liveGfree gluten free pizza, $4.99.
  • Fit & Active 32 oz plain nonfact yogurt, $1.89.
  • SimplyNature original shredded wheat, $1.99.
  • liveGfree gluten free granola crunch, $3.49.
  • Southern Grove 5.3 oz Chia seeds, $2.99.
  • Southern Grove banana ships 12 oz, $2.19.
  • Southern Grove 15 oz flaxseed, $2.49.
  • SimplyNature organic soymilk, $2.29.
  • SimplyNature organic 64 oz reduced fat or skim milk, $2.95.
  • Savoritz original woven wheats baked crackers, $1.25.
  • Southern Grove 16 oz walnuts, $5.49.
  • Specially Selected 4 oz goat cheese log, $1.99.
  • Choceur dark chocolate bar 5.29 oz, $1.69.
  • L’Oven Fresh hamburger or hot dog buns, $.85.
  • Reggano 16 oz wide egg noodles, $1.15.

Non-food deals

  • Huntington Home queen size 10″ memory foam mattress, $229.99.
  • Huntington Home comfort or contour memory foam pillow, $9.99.
  • Crane pedometer with speed sensor, $9.99.
  • Crane pedal exerciser, $29.99.
  • Crane instant cooling towel, $7.99.
  • Welby pulse oximeter, $24.99.
  • Kitchen Living hot air popcorn popper, $14.99.
  • Crofton set of four flexible cutting mats, $2.99.
  • Crofton fruit or veggie storer, $1.99.
  • Crofton food chopper, $10.99.
  • Kitchen Living food dehydrator, $19.99.
  • Huntington Home 3 pack absorbant liners, $3.99.
  • Crofton 20 oz smoothie tumbler, $6.99.
  • Crofton 6 cup water filtration pitcher, $8.99.
  • Crofton 3 pack water replacement filters (fits Brita pitchers too), $6.99.
  • Aloe vera plant, $3.99.

Reader deals 7/15/15

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Reader Deals 7/15/15: Here are the deals, heads up, and requests you shared over the last 24 hours — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

  • Email Rachel: rachel@mashupmom.com.
  • Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page.

*** If you are sharing a deal from another site or an online coupon, please include the link. If you found a deal at a specific store, please include the location.

ALDI

  • Steve shares: “I saw Aldi at Meacham and 62 in Schaumburg had a window a/c for $69. Phone first!”

Cheesecake

Cut the cord

Great America

  • Jaci comments on the Great America discussion: “On eating in the parking lot at six flags is the way to go they do not bother you I believe you can bring in a bottle of water per person. Just make sure to get your hand stamped before you leave so you can re enter. I have to say I was in sticker shock how much it is to go there between up grades fast passes ect they do try to get you for everything.”

Groupon

Meijer

  • Melissa says: “You can also clip the 1.25/1 reach floss. They sell for $1 in store so free after mperks.”

Newegg

Target

Went to Jewel, went to ALDI — Clearance at Villa Park

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Was at the Villa Park ALDI today and all their corned beef had half off stickers — plus four pack of expiring knockoff Oreo and M&M yogurt parfaits were clearanced out at $.25!

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I did buy corned beef because all the boys (including the tall one!) love it so… plus $.99/lb clearance hamburger at Jewel. At Jewel, spent $4.00 on just a couple lbs of hamburger and the $1.50 Frigo/free tomatoes deal with $1.00 MyMixx coupon (the tomatoes didn’t come off, go figure, but she took it off manually). At ALDI, I went for the $.49 avocados (8 of ’em) plus tortillas and tortilla chips, so spent $13.61 on those + the corned beef, $17.61 all together.

Chili tonight, corned beef tomorrow…

ALDI deals week of 7/15/15 – 7/21/15

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Here are your Chicago ALDI deals on produce and more for the week of 7/15/15 – 7/21/15.

  • Produce (and sometimes other) prices vary by location, as do ad dates; these ALDI deals are from Chicago ads.
  • These ALDI deals are from both the weekly mailed ad and the weekly in-store preview ad. To see your own weekly ads, check on the ALDI site here each Wednesday.
  • ALDI does not take manufacturer coupons. ALDI does not take credit cards, only cash or debit.
  • Bring a quarter to “rent” a shopping cart, and you get it back when you return the cart. Bring your own reusable bags; ALDI does not provide free bags.

Produce deals

  • Hass avocados, $.49 each.
  • 2 lb red onions, $.99.
  • 6 oz portabella mushroom caps, $1.29.
  • 16 oz tomatoes on the vine, $.79.
  • 3 pack green bell peppers, $1.29.
  • 1 lb mini sweet peppers, $1.29.

Other food deals

  • Pueblo Lindo Mexican salsa, $1.69.
  • Casa Mamita Mexican style seasoning packets, $.59.
  • Casa Mamita Mexican style corn or fire roasted salsa style tomatoes, $.89.
  • 2 lb Happy Farms finely shredded Mexican style cheese, $5.69.
  • Casa Mamita enchilada, taco, or picante sauce, $1.49.
  • Wed. meat special buy: Family pack chicken thighs, $.89/lb. Pueblo Lindo fresh chili citrus marinated skirt steak, $6.99/lb.
  • Friendly Farms mango or raspberry white chocolate lowfat yogurt, $.39.
  • SimplyNature 16 oz PB with honey, $1.89.
  • Fresh pork spareribs, $1.99/lb.
  • Kirkwood chicken drumsticks, $.99/lb.
  • 19.2 oz 93% fit & active fresh ground turkey, $3.29.
  • Casa Mamita taco seasoning mix, $.35.
  • Dakota’s Pride black beans, $.59.
  • 2 oz Stonemill Essentials pure vanilla extract, $1.99.
  • 16 oz Friendly Farms heavy whipping cream, $1.99.
  • liveGfree select gluten free mixes, $2.99.
  • Clancy’s restaurant style tortilla chips, $1.19.
  • El Milagro tortilla chips, $2.39.
  • Casa Mamita diced tomatoes & green chiles, $.59.
  • El Milagro corn tortillas, $.39. Flour, $.85.
  • Casa Mamita taco shells, $.99.
  • Tapatio hot sauce, $1.19.
  • Casa Mamita refried beans, $.79.
  • Burman’s BBQ sauce, $.99.
  • 30 oz Belmont olive oil mayo or fit & active light mayo, $1.89.
  • Tuscan Garden marinade, $.99.
  • Benton’s sugar cones, $1.19.
  • Burman’s 20 oz yellow mustard, $.69.
  • 8 oz Priano fresh mozzarella, $2.49.
  • 2.5 oz Tuscan Garden real bacon bits, $1.29.

Non-food deals

  • Crofton taco plates or serving bowls, $2.99 a set.
  • Crofton fajita sizzler set, cast iron comal, or cast iron grill pan, $7.99.
  • Easy Home 24 pair over the door shoe rack, $12.99.
  • Workzone 50 pc tool set, $19.99.
  • Easy Home stick vacuum, $16.99.
  • Easy Home three drawer storage cart, $19.99.
  • Easy Home stacking shelf, $3.99.
  • Easy Home personal table, $12.99.
  • Easy Home 8″ air circulator fan, $9.99.
  • Succulent garden, $7.99.
  • Huntington Home shag area rug 5’x8′, $39.99.
  • Easy Home 1.5 bushel hands free tote, $7.99.
  • Crofton 30 pc kitchen utensil set, $14.99.
  • Crofton 4 pack colored glassware, $4.99.
  • Crofton 16 pc stoneware dinnerware set, $19.99.
  • Crofton 6 pc food container set, $6.99.
  • Anchor Hocking 8 pc glass storage bowls with multicolored lids, $9.99.
  • Crofton double wall can tumbler, $2.99.
  • Rubbermaid power scrubber, $12.99.
  • AutoXS trunk organizer with cooler, $8.99.
  • Workzone utility knife, $3.99.
  • Easy Home folding step stool, $4.99.
  • Workzone steel 2-step stool, $17.99.
  • Easy Home 3 pack indoor and outdoor angle brooms w dustpan, $12.99.
  • Easy Home heavy duty chrome shelving, $29.99.
  • Lacura Kids sunscreen spray, $3.99.

Reader Deals 7/12/15

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Reader Deals 7/12/15: Here are the deals, heads up, and requests you shared over the last 24 hours — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

  • Email Rachel: rachel@mashupmom.com.
  • Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page.

*** If you are sharing a deal from another site or an online coupon, please include the link. If you found a deal at a specific store, please include the location.

ALDI

  • Kitty shares: “At Niles Aldi today,  egg price on shelf was $2.19.  They rang up at $1.89.”

Chicago Tribune

Contacts

  • Kari O. has a suggestion re: yesterday’s question about contacts: “For contacts I go to Sam’s Club. I called around and they had the cheapest flat rate for a contacts exam and the boxes of my preferred contacts were cheapest. I like acuvue 2, which is what I have had for years, but the dr will always give me tons (I mean TONS) of samples to try different brands. Usually it’s a two visit thing, so your son will try out different kinds for a month before ordering a years supply. The best price there is a years supply. PS: I always get my prescription written out too and go ahead and order glasses online with whatever amazing deal Rachel posts. :)”
  • And Debbz suggests: “HI I did my contact lens exam at America’s Best. Contact exam is usually 20 -40 more than just glasses anywhere you go. You want to get BOTH glass and contact exam for the RX. I paid $99 for 3 years of unlimited eye exams. Its with their Eye Exam Club. Comes in handy when you have an odd rx like I do. I would highly recommend it for someone just starting out with contacts. Most Drs will adjust your rx once for free but its nice to be able to go back after a few months with no charge. Even if you get just 1 exam a yr you are doing good for the price. I found the best price for contacts were online at Walgreens if they have a 20% off deal. You get a free trial pair at the Dr but Id also recommend starting with a small order when you do order. Its cheaper to buy in bulk but you could get stuck with a brand that might not be the best fit for you. HTH!!” Note: 20% off contacts online at Walgreens with code CONTACTLENS20.
  • From Artie: “I second America’s Best. I went there for decades and the multi year free eye exams can’t be beat. They also correctly diagnosed cataracts during a routine checkup and gave me a list of ophthalmologists to see. The upside of getting cataracts is that my ophthalmologist corrected my vision during the surgery at no additional charge. As a result I no longer have to wear contacts and have perfect vision.”

Dunkin Donuts

  • Lisa is curious about the free smoothie coupon on today’s Chicago Tribune: “Does anyone know what size it’s for? It doesn’t say on mine.”

Jewel

  • A question from letsshop on the Miller rebate: “Is everyone buying lite beer or regular ? does it work on regular too”
  • And Jane shares that: “It’s really low cal for a beer, 64 is the name because a bottle is only 64 calories! I think a regular beer has more than twice the calories. We stick a bottle in the freezer for 15 or so minutes and put lime in it and its awesome on a hot summer day. (especially after mowing the grass!)”
  • Rhonda says: “mine rebate says 1 12pk or larger bottles or cans, purchase between 5/18/15- 7/31/15 max. 1 per address hope this helps”
  • And a find from Jane: “Just spotted 99c cherries at Jewel (Bourbonnais) tags say good thru 7-15! Check your store to see if they are on sale as well. I’m guessing this is like the raspberries they had on sale a few weeks back, probably ordered too many and they do go bad quite fast.”

Mariano’s

  • From Kitty: “Got this today at Marianos. ..buy Morningstar Farms veggie food products between 7/13/15 and 8/9/15 and save up to $4.  Buy 3 get $2.  Buy 4 get $3.  Buy 5 or more get $4 OYNO.” This is also running at Meijer — probably national!

Menards

  • An addition to this week’s Menards deals, from Jane: “There is $1 coupon on coupons.com for the Goof Off to print. I know because that was one of the ones that printed on its own for me the other day!”

Target

  • On the Target toy clearance watch, Lisa comments: “The Target in Algonquin had a bunch on clearance today. Starting at 30%off. Found some at 50% off + the 20% cartwheel Got a mega blocks Halo set for $27, normally $62! I got a big chunk of birthday & Christmas shopping done!”
  • And Sabrina shares: “Maybe this has already been mentioned, but I purchased some clearance toys using the Cartwheel 20% coupon along with some regular/shelf price toys. The 20% came off all of the toys, including the regularly priced ones.”
  • On this week’s diaper deal, Alani shares that: “The Huggies deal printed with a 5 off your next purchase Catalina-that in addition to the gift card was a nice surprise!”

ALDI deals week of 7/8/15 – 7/14/15

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Here are your Chicago ALDI deals on produce and more for the week of 7/8/15 – 7/14/15. (Also remember to bring your $5/$30 coupon from various newspapers two weeks ago — exp. 7/8!

  • Produce (and sometimes other) prices vary by location, as do ad dates; these ALDI deals are from Chicago ads.
  • These ALDI deals are from both the weekly mailed ad and the weekly in-store preview ad. To see your own weekly ads, check on the ALDI site here each Wednesday.
  • ALDI does not take manufacturer coupons. ALDI does not take credit cards, only cash or debit.
  • Bring a quarter to “rent” a shopping cart, and you get it back when you return the cart. Bring your own reusable bags; ALDI does not provide free bags.

Produce deals

  • 16 oz strawberries, $.99.
  • Pint blueberries, $.99.
  • Mangoes, $.89 each.
  • Honeydew, $1.99 each.
  • Peaches, nectarines, plums, $1.98 per 2-lb bag.
  • Seedless watermelon, $3.49.

Other food deals

  • Northern Catch chunk light tuna in water, $.65.
  • Friendly Farms 100 calorie Greek yogurt cups, $.75.
  • Lunch Buddies pudding cups, $.89.
  • Southern Grove yogurt covered raisins, $1.89.
  • Wed. special meat buy: Family pack drumsticks, $.89/lb. Twin pack boneless ribeye, $6.99/lb.
  • SimplyNature blue corn or multigrain tortilla chips, $1.69.
  • SimplyNature 12 oz creamy almond butter, $5.99.
  • SimplyNature sweet potato chips, $1.99.
  • Organic coffee cups 12 pack, $5.29.
  • Frozen organic blueberries or strawberries, $2.99.
  • liveGfree gluten free pretzels, $1.89.
  • liveGfree gluten free bread, $3.99.
  • liveGfree gluten free pizza, $4.99.
  • liveGfree gluten free multiseed crackers, $1.49.
  • liveGfree gluten free rice pasta & cheddar, $1.19.
  • Appleton Farms never any bacon, $3.99.
  • Friendly Farms low fat yogurt cups, $.39.
  • Millville instant oatmeal, $1.49.
  • L’Oven fresh original English muffins, $.99.
  • Cheese Club mac & cheese, $.33.
  • Savoritz pita crackers, $1.99.
  • Little Salad Bar 10 oz hummus, $1.99.
  • Clancy’s tortilla chips, $1.19.
  • 8 oz Priano fresh mozzarella, $2.49.
  • Burman’s 12 oz deli mustard, $.79.
  • 24 pack PurAqua purified water, $1.99.
  • Friendly Farms 13 oz canned whipped topping, $1.99.
  • Fit & Active wraps, $1.99.
  • Breakfast Best buttermilk waffles, $1.29.
  • Aunt Maple’s blueberry pancake mix, $1.59.
  • Kirkwood 29 oz Safari Adventure chicken nuggets, $3.99.
  • Barissimo signature blend 24 oz bagged coffee, $7.49.

Non-food deals

  • Hanging closet organizer or over the door hanging shoe rack, $4.99.
  • Cube organizer, $14.99.
  • 2 pack collapsible cubes, $4.99.
  • 3 tier metal shelving, $14.99.
  • Deco style tape, $1.99.
  • Workzone 6 outlet surge protector, $4.99.
  • Workzone cable ties, $3.99.
  • 80 ct Tandil fabric sheets, $1.99.
  • Tandil Essentials mountain fresh HE laundry detergent, $1.99.
  • Dry erase board or corkboard, $6.99.
  • Over the door mirror, $9.99.
  • Adventuridge rolling duffel, $14.99.
  • Skylite weekender bag, $16.99.
  • Sunflower plant, $2.99.
  • Workzone extendable aluminum trolley, $29.99.
  • Pop-up hamper, $5.99.
  • 20 pocket expanding file, $4.99.
  • 18 double roll Willow bath tissue, $6.99.

Shopping at Pete’s and ALDI — Found $.10 peaches!

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Today I ran through Pete’s Fresh Market and ALDI — and found these pretty $.10 peaches at the Oakbrook Terrace Pete’s! I didn’t buy any — you know what’s weird? The only person in our house who likes peaches is MashupDad, and he’s being all low carb and stuff. I love the smell of peaches, but won’t eat them and neither will the kids.

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So anyway, I did spend about $29 on all this other stuff. (And will get a whopping $.25 back on limes on Checkout 51, lol.) Some great produce prices today!

  • Limes 15/$.98 at Petes. I bought six for $.33 with $.25 back for a net cost of $.08.
  • Celery $.69 at Pete’s.
  • Driscoll’s strawberries $1.98 at Petes, and used $.75 survey coupons.
  • Corn $.10 an ear at ALDI (limit 10).
  • Blueberries $.98 at Pete’s and $.99 at ALDI.
  • Yellow Campari tomatoes $.69 at Pete’s.
  • 2 lb carrots $1.19 at ALDI.
  • Chickpeas $.65 at ALDI.
  • 10 lbs Idaho potatoes $.98 at Pete’s.
  • Broccoli $.48/lb at Pete’s.
  • Cauliflower $.59/lb at Pete’s.

Reader deals 7/2/15

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Reader Deals 7/2/15: Here are the deals, heads up, and requests you shared over the last 24 hours — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

  • Email Rachel: rachel@mashupmom.com.
  • Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page.

*** If you are sharing a deal from another site or an online coupon, please include the link. If you found a deal at a specific store, please include the location.

ALDI

  • Cheap milk finds from Debbie: “Milk at the Champaign Aldi was $1.39 today (7-1) and Ruler Foods was $1.49.”

Jewel

  • If you are doing the free Edy’s with Cupcake wine + Edy’s BOGO promo, Jennifer says: “It worked. I bought a cupcake wine and two Edy’s ice cream. Rang up the wine first then the ice creams. First ice cream rang up 5.29, register took off 5.28. And the next one rang up free. Also when I got home I realized Ibotta had 2.00 off the cupcake wine too! 😄”

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Reader requests

  • One from elizabeth a: “Does anyone know where I can get Neutrogena makeup wipes on sale this week?”

Reader deals 7/1/15

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Reader Deals 7/1/15: Here are the deals, heads up, and requests you shared over the last 24 hours — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

  • Email Rachel: rachel@mashupmom.com.
  • Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page.

*** If you are sharing a deal from another site or an online coupon, please include the link. If you found a deal at a specific store, please include the location.

7-Eleven

  • Check your Big Gulp prices if you are doing the Redbox deal. Alicia comments: “Wow! I haven’t been taking my receipts, but maybe I should have…at my 7/11, all big gulps, slushies, and coffees are $0.49, all summer!”

ALDI

  • Candy found: “Milk at the Romeoville store was $1.57 a gallon, limit 6.”

Jewel

  • Maureen suggests: “Check your Jewel for clearance prices on Barbara’s Cereal. Mine had lots marked down to $2.48 which you can combine with a $1 MyMixx coupon.”
  • From Valentina S.: “By the way. I logged on to MyMixx, and got to the link to a $3/2 MQ on Galbani cheese. I cannot get back there again. It is also possible to print $1/1 Galbani coupon from http://galbanicheese.com/our-offers/

Oakbrook Mall

  • From Jenny: “cruising the oakbrook mall event page. DON’T LET FASHION GO TO WASTE! 6/9/2015 – 12/31/2015. Location: H&M. Bring in a bag of unwanted clothing and receive a 20% off coupon! Get ready to do some serious shopping.”

Target

  • If you’re still headed out for the today-only Cottonelle deal, Tammy shares: “My target in Crystal Lake had $1.00 peelies on the pkg.”

ALDI deals week of 7/1/15 – 7/7/15

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Here are your Chicago ALDI deals on produce and more for the week of 7/1/15 – 7/7/15. (Also remember to bring your $5/$30 coupon from various newspapers this past weekend!) Fourth of July limited hours: 9AM-4PM.

  • Produce (and sometimes other) prices vary by location, as do ad dates; these ALDI deals are from Chicago ads.
  • These ALDI deals are from both the weekly mailed ad and the weekly in-store preview ad. To see your own weekly ads, check on the ALDI site here each Wednesday.
  • ALDI does not take manufacturer coupons. ALDI does not take credit cards, only cash or debit.
  • Bring a quarter to “rent” a shopping cart, and you get it back when you return the cart. Bring your own reusable bags; ALDI does not provide free bags.

Produce deals

  • 16 oz red cherries, $1.99.
  • Sweet corn, $.10 each.
  • Seedless watermelon, $3.49.
  • Cantaloupe, $1.49.
  • 16 oz strawberries, $.99.
  • Pint blueberries, $.99.
  • Little Salad Bar garden salad 12 oz, $.99.
  • Little Salad Bar sweet butter lettuce or spring mix, $1.99.
  • Little Salad Bar Italian or Caesar salad kit, $1.99.
  • SimplyNature 5 oz organic baby spinach or spring mix, $2.49.
  • 8 oz Little Salad Bar spinach, $1.79.

*** Click here to read the rest of this week’s ALDI deals! ***