ALDI Multi Purpose Ladder

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  1. colyboy

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    It may be of interest to others. ALDI have just reduced the price of their remaining stock of Multi Purpose Platform ladders. The best price I could find on the net was about £59 plus carriage. They are ideal for cleaning the van via the platform part of the ladder.

    Aldi are selling them @ £39.99


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  2. Gellyneck

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    I know they are cheap and cheerful but just picked up one of their 18v cordless drills for less than a tenner.
     
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    I got a pair of flat wiper blades for the van yesterday. Original price £16.99, reduced sticker price £8.99, till price £4.99 (y)
     
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    Well I can't find the ladders anywhere on their website (apart from googling a September offer). Do you just have to camp out in one of their stores? Is it just pot luck and they aren't widely advertised?
     
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    Noticed one in ours last night - but then they had a whole load of stuff marked down
     
  6. colyboy

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    Wingman. Yes it has been on since the end September. I phoned their H/O who helped me by checking some of the local stores in my area and finding what stock they had.

    Hope this helps, if you source them they are an excellent deal at £39.99 (they were on at £49.99 which was a good price)
    colyboy
     
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    Thanks for your explanation colyboy. Never thought of phoning the HO. I don't routinely go into their stores for any shopping, so I guess it's my fault that I'm not up to speed with their deals! Thanks for the heads-up though.

    Even when I DO go in store, I've found that deals simply fly off the shelves. There's a really affluent area near me and I've been really surprised how even there, the deals disappear - pronto!
     
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    That will be customers going in with their Waitrose bags
     
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    How come Teresa May knows about Alsi's stock levels?
     
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    got one for £25 in my store in glasgow
     
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    Aldi, bless,em, I bought a dehumidifier yesterday for £18, yes £18. All sold before they parked the pallet.
    PS, plugged it in, works as well, in the motorhome as we speak. 3 yr gtee. Love Aldi, love life.
    Phil
     
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    D'oh!

    H/O means Head Office, not Home Office!!!!!:LOL:
     
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