Pennsylvania grocery chain is cutting prices up to 50% off holiday food
If you already shop at Aldi, you’re in luck. If you don’t, you may want to start.
The discount grocery chain with 154 locations throughout Pennsylvania has announced steep price cuts, up to 50%, on more than 70 popular Thanksgiving food items.
The sale started November 1 and is going right through the end of the year. So they have you covered for Christmas and New Year’s Eve too.
With inflation still looming, we're providing shoppers extra relief to make the holidays a time for celebration, not stress," said Dave Rinaldo, president of Aldi, in a statement. "What’s served on the Thanksgiving table is just as important as who’s sitting around it, so Aldi is delivering big savings on key items so there’s always room for more guests.
So what’s cut? Lots. Gravy, green beans, pumpkin pie, potatoes, flour, corn, squash, cranberries, butter, brioche rolls, stuffing mix and plenty more.
Here’s a short list of some examples offered by Today.com:
Countryside Creamery Salted Pure Irish Butter (On sale for $2.19/regularly $3.19)
Stonemill Pure Vanilla (On sale for $3.49/regularly $5.89)
Baker’s Corner Pumpkin Pie Mix (On sale for $1.89/regularly $2.69)
Southern Grove Pecan Halves (On sale for $3.49/regularly $5.59)
Bake House Creations Refrigerated Pie Crust (On sale for $1.79/regularly $2.49)
Appleton Farms Prosciutto (On sale for $2.49/regularly $3.69)
Specially Selected Cornichons (On sale for $1.99 /regularly $2.99)
Specially Selected Scalloped Crackers (On sale for $1.29/regularly $1.99)
Happy Farms Sharp Cheddar (On sale for $1.39 /regularly $1.99)
Baking Brie (On sale for $5.19/regularly $7.49)
Stonemill Regular Gravy Mix (On sale for $0.29/regularly $0.59)
Chef’s Cupboard French Fried Onions (On sale for $1.79/regularly $2.89)
Specially Selected Brioche Rolls (On sale for $3.29/regularly $4.69)
12 oz. Fresh Cranberries (On sale for $0.99 /regularly $1.49)
Assorted Herbs Mixed Case (On sale for $1.29 /regularly $1.79)
If you want to find the Aldi closest to you, see their New Jersey locations here.
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