Farway wrote: »
Easter week offer is veg, carrots and the like 29kg, just in case you were thinking of getting some in could be wise to hold off for a day or so until offers appear
CAZBEAR wrote: »
Goodnes 29 kg of veg....better take my tractor to pick it up !!;););)
PLRFD wrote: »
Well if you didn’t get a bit go and chew his slippers.
Doc_N wrote: »
Just a warning for anyone looking at the rather nice little milk saucepans at Aldi (Kirkton House 'brand' - £9.99):
They're described as suitable for induction hobs, but they certainly aren't! They don't work, and ours is going back.
Several bad reviews, quite a few returns, I'd guess, and comments about the staff not caring.
Maybe Aldi should listen to their feedback a little more to avoid unsuitable items like this being left on the market to annoy people.
ScarletMarble wrote: »
Maybe they need to improve how customers return things as doing the returns on the same till as the shopping - getting a manager's sign on to OK the refund whilst the queue is getting bigger. Customers queuing behind give you the evil stare.
It's time for Aldi and Lidl to have a CSD which is not manned all the time - just for refunds etc.
I have bought grocery items before which have been of poor quality and due to A & L's lack of a CSD and simply care about customers having returns, I cannot be bothered doing so. Know of several others that feel the same way.I remember buying an electrical item from Aldi which developed a fault a few months later. I felt like an inconvenience as the cashier sighed and the manager who has to OK the refund.
Last month, I bought a toaster from Sainsburys which went faulty after two weeks. The assistant on the CSD was brilliant, apologised for my faulty toaster and was professional and I didn't feel like an inconvenience.
Doc_N wrote: »
I take your point entirely, and I think Aldi (and Lidl) do now need to take returns more seriously - they're missing important feedback messages on quality with the present system.
The unmanned service point for returns sounds a sensible compromise, though the business model would probably rule even that out on cost grounds.
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