You can get Tesco products at Aldi prices with the supermarket's 'price match' tool - here's how it works
Tesco has recently launched a new Aldi 'price match promise' on a number of every day items, including bread, pasta, soup and some fruits and vegetables.
The price match tool, which is now being advertised by Tesco, proved to be a hit online when one busy mum posted on Facebook, saying,"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, so I typed 'Aldi price match' in 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."
As the tool is relativity new, Facebook users were glad to hear the news of cheaper shopping, with one replying, "Thank you, never thought of typing 'Aldi price match' into the search bar."
How it works
On the Tesco website, the retailer has written, "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."
All savvy shoppers need to do if shopping online is type 'Aldi price match' in the search bar and the products will show up.
Eligible brands include Chicago Town pizza, Elmlea cream, Yorkshire tea and Diet Coke.
Discounts include Hovis bread for 99p, Warburtons crumpets for £1, Colgate toothpaste for 99p, Quorn items for £1.85 and strawberries for 96p.