Aldi: Kevin the Carrot features in 2020 Christmas advert
Aldi has slashed the price of fruit and vegetables this Christmas in a bid to get more shoppers through the doors. Carrots, potatoes, Brussels sprouts, cabbage and swede are all just 14p this year – saving families plenty of pennies after a difficult year for many.
Aldi, a winner of Good Housekeeping Reader’s Favourite Supermarket 2020 and Quality Food’s Christmas Retailer of the Year, has everything you could need this Christmas.
We’ve all been looking forward to Christmas dinner this year, and the supermarket has plenty of turkey options – from the hand finished Chesham Bronze Turkey to a stuffed turkey joint.
Or if you’re not a turkey fan, Aldi has wagyu rump joint, prime gammon joints and three bird roasts on offer in stores.
And for the vegans among us, Aldi has the perfect menu – from a festive wreath and nut roasts to a no turkey carving roast.
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When will Aldi be open over Christmas?
Aldi has released a full schedule for its opening hours this Christmas and festive season.
Workers will be given three days off this Christmas, with reduced opening hours throughout the festive period.
Aldi says: “Store opening times may vary by location, so please double check signage at your local store.”
December 21 – 7am to 11pm
December 22 – 7am to 11pm
December 23 – 7am to 11pm
December 24 – 7am to 6pm
December 25 – Closed
December 26 – Closed
December 27 – 10am to 4pm
December 28 – 8am to 8pm
December 29 – 8am to 8pm
December 30 – 8am to 8pm
December 31 – 8am to 6pm
January 1 – Closed
January 2 – 8am to 10pm
You can find your local Aldi shop opening hours here. https://www.aldi.co.uk/store-finder
Martin Lewis has revealed the cheapest place to buy Christmas dinner.
He said: “Christmas veg wars have started. In Aldi bags are 14p, Lidl is 15p, Tesco is from 19p.
“This is for a big bag of sprouts, or carrots or potatoes, or parsnips or cabbage.
“And expect the other supermarkets to play soon.”
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