Top 25 ALDI Finds week of 4/7/21 — German Week, garden plants, organic sausage, & more!
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Spring is almost here! So of course, select ALDI locations are stocking 6″ vegetable and herb plants this week (see price in store). I’ve always had good luck with ALDI garden plants — pictured above, one of the beautiful tomato plants I picked up on last year’s sales. Also look for premium hanging baskets this week at $9.99 each (again, only in select locations).
It’s still a little early for these in the Chicago area by me, but never fear if it’s also still too chilly by you: They tend to repeat these sales again later in the month.
I also picked up a clematis vine yesterday for $4.99, as well as a $3.99 bag of potting mix from last week’s ad, as I gradually start planting at my new home. Since I moved in at the end of August last year, I didn’t have a chance to do much outside — and am kind of itching to spruce things up and get going in my new vegetable garden.
Note: ALDI is CLOSED on Easter, Sunday 4/4/21.
Finding the Finds
- Check out the “ALDI Finds” and current weekly ad tabs (or mobile menu choices) on the ALDI site to window shop from home.
- If you’re planning an in-store shopping trip, use their online ad to help determine what you’ll grab and purchase if you do see it in the store.
As always, prices may vary by store and by region. Read on for 25 more of the top ALDI Finds of the week of 4/7/21 (or 4/4/21, in Sunday ad markets).
Top 25 ALDI Finds of the week
Here in no particular order are the top 25 Finds in this week’s ALDI ad.
- 32 oz Fremont Fish Market extra jumbo EZ peel raw shrimp, $13.99
- Kirkwood stuffed chicken, $2.99
- Specially Selected assorted mousse cake, $6.99
- Park Street Deli garlic dill, pickle, or caramelized onion hummus, $1.95
- Simply Nature organic chicken sausage in BBQ or green chile, $4.99
- Emporium Selection double creme Bavarian brie, $3.89
- Simply Nature 100% organic grass fed chuck roast, $7.99/lb
- Barissimo early bird or carpe diem 12 oz ground coffee, $3.99
- Adventuridge adult hiking boots, $19.99
- SOHL writing desk, $69.99
- SOHL mesh office chair, $49.99
- Huntington Home 3’x4′ office chair mat, $19.99
- Crofton decorated glass baking dish, $8.99
- Crofton mini wooden serving set, $4.99
- Easy Home carpet cleaner, $79.99
- Easy Home kitchen drawer organizers, $4.99
- Easy Home kitchen cabinet organizers, $5.99
- Huntington Home vintage glass candle, $4.99
- Crofton spoon rest, $7.99
- Crofton 4 quart casserole or 2.3 quart teakettle, $16.99
- Crofton spring fry pan, $9.99
- Crofton spring saucepan, $14.99
- Crofton 12 quart porcelain enamel stockpot, $19.99
- Crofton mini casserole set, $9.99
- Easy home marble kitchen sink organizer, $3.99
I have a Crofton tea kettle in a slightly different floral pattern from an earlier sale, and love it. It’s so pretty, and has held up quite well.
Apparently I spend too much time in the Aisle of Shame, because my kitchen also supports a couple of the drawer organizers from an earlier sale. I’ll admit that my utensil drawer is still a little janky, but trust me, it’s much more organized than it was! 😉
Then, in addition to the top 25 ALDI Finds above…
ALDI German Week is back!
ALDI runs German Week a couple of times a year, generally once in the Fall, and once in the spring. In this latest ad: German Week is back! German Week is, of course, a FIND in and of itself. See all of the current ALDI German food Finds here.
What’s up with ALDI Finds?
ALDI Finds are limited time special buy items that are available in stores only while supplies last. So if you spot something you like, be sure to pick it up while you can. What caught your eye among this week’s ALDI Finds?
- How to tell if something is a limited time special buy ALDI Find (from their in-store signage).
- See also: What is the ALDI Aisle of Shame?
Products mentioned in this post were either spotted in store or from the ad starting 4/4/21 in Sunday ad markets; 4/7/21 in Wednesday ad markets.