Thousands of Brits flock to Aldi every week for their food shopping because of their great prices.
Between 2015 and 2019 Aldi expanded its share in the grocery market to eight percent.
Which means a lot of Brits are opting to buy from the German retailer.
However, Aldi don’t offer a delivery service.
So, if you want to get Aldi prices, but need your shopping delivered, you’ll have to look elsewhere.
Luckily, a mum on Facebook made a post about the Tesco Aldi price match.
She uploaded some snaps of her weekly food shop.
And, it looks like a great way to save some cash on your groceries.
She wrote: “It’s not £1 a day but it’s a massive drop in what I usually end up spending on food.
“This lot will feed my family of four for a week.
“I’m talking breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks and it was all delivered from Tesco for £50!”
She continued: “I am a massive Aldi fan, but couldn’t get to the shop due so I typed ‘Aldi price match’ in to the search bar and just got my shopping from Tesco.
“I already have in lentils, pasta, onions, potatoes and most herbs, spices and stock cubes. Plus baking stuff- flour, yeast etc.”
The mum then provided a meal plan showing what she’d whip up that week.
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It included breakfasts like crumpets, bacon, sausage and egg.
Plus, tasty lunches including soup, pasta bake, sandwiches and homemade pork pie.
Dinners looked yummy with offerings of chicken curry, pizza and chips, fajitas and a roast chicken dinner.
Even fruit and snacks were included!
So, how did she get it all from Tesco for Aldi prices?
Well, over on the Tesco Aldi website, the company said: “Our Aldi Price Match means we've matched the prices on hundreds of Tesco and branded products against prices in Aldi.
“Look out for the 'Aldi Price Match' bubble in-store or fill your basket online!”
Items with the price match have a big red Aldi price match tick on their photo.
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Discounted items include Hovis bread for 99p, one kilogram of sugar for 65p, Colgate toothpaste for 99p and 500g of beef mince for £1.55.
People on Facebook were amazed that they’d never heard of the deal.
“Thank you, never thought of typing Aldi price match into the search bar,” commented one woman.
Another wrote: “Wow I’ve just typed this in on the app and there are loads of things on there we usually eat.
“Thanks for the tip.”
“I found Tesco so much cheaper, I can do a shop for about £70 for six,” added a third.
To save even more, Tesco Mobile have an offer which could save shoppers up to £40 a month in-store.
New and upgrading customers who sign up to pay monthly contracts will receive Clubcard Plus for six months – for free.
This gives you 10% off two shops of your choice – meaning you could save £40 a pop.
You also get 10% off selected products every time.
Using these offers families could cut their food bills by an impressive amount.
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