Is Aldi actually cheaper though?
Considering the credit card surcharge for Aldi. The 3% - 6% (usually 5%) gift cards used at Coles and Woolies and buying mainly on special items, some of which are half price. Plus the added reward points schemes (I've gotten the $5 off $15 for fresh meat deal a few times) I dunno if Aldi is actually cheaper in the end.
What everday/everyweek items are you guys buying Aldi that is saving you?
P.S. yes I understand not everyone uses credit cards at Aldi or has access to Woolies/Coles gift cards. I'm still curious as to what items people get that save them.
EDIT: tbh, just wanting prices on what you get for your fridge/pantry. Or if someone has a link to their stock prices I could check myself 😅