***** Aldi super six offers *****

edited 6 November 2009 at 12:47PM in Gone Off!
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  • robin58robin58 Forumite
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    ALIBOBSY wrote: »
    Just for info we found the sweetcorn was delicious steamed with butter, kids loved it so will be stocking up again.

    BTW do people really have grapes more than a couple of days lol, between the six of us they barely last 2-3 days here :)

    Ali x

    I can eat a whole pack in one sitting. But always regret it the next day whilst staring at the back of the bathroom door. :D
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  • MysteryMeMysteryMe Forumite
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    TBH I've just never seen grapes as something I would buy for myself. I nearly always have them in the fridge for the P but rarely touch them myself. I keep them in a clip and lock storage box in the fridge and they keep for a couple of weeks as long as they were in good condition in the first place.
  • VfM4meplseVfM4meplse
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    Very happy with the current super six, or rather I would be if the fruit ever gets ripe!

    Any idea what's on offer from Thursday?
    Value-for-money-for-me-puhleeze!

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    VfM4meplse wrote: »
    Very happy with the current super six, or rather I would be if the fruit ever gets ripe!

    Any idea what's on offer from Thursday?
    Ive given up on pears (sic?) as they have been in the fruit bowl for weeks and are still hard.
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  • glensmenglensmen Forumite
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    Ive given up on pears (sic?) as they have been in the fruit bowl for weeks and are still hard.

    Are those the blush pears from a previous super 6? I've had the same problem - 3-4 weeks later and they're still hard in the middle, wrinkly on the outside.



    Thursday 31st August - Wednesday 13th September, all 65p
    Funsize pears x5
    Funsize apples x5
    Funsize bananas x7
    Funsize tangerines 500g
    Plums 500g
    Grapes 170g
  • redfoxredfox Forumite, Board Guide
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    glensmen wrote: »
    Thursday 31st August - Wednesday 13th September, all 65p
    Funsize pears x5
    Funsize apples x5
    Funsize bananas x7
    Funsize tangerines 500g
    Plums 500g
    Grapes 170g

    no veg all fruit again :(

    I much prefer it when they mix it up as it's not worth a trip for me otherwise.
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    Funsize

    It always amuzes me when they use 'funsize' to mean tiny
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  • robin58robin58 Forumite
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    The Bananas are not really worth it. Buy the loose ones for 12p each and if you are lucky you can get more for your money if they are big.

    Did that once and got 5 massive fruits weighing in at about 2kg!
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  • Wizard_of_IdWizard_of_Id
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    Grapes are def not worth it, they are £3.54/kilo but the large packs of grapes are £2.90/kilo
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