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28th Oct 2023

Aldi slashes price of prosecco to less than £5 for four days only

George McKay

Aldi prosecco

You better be quick!

Aldi have slashed their price of prosecco to less than £5 for a limited time only in the run up to Halloween.

To help you celebrate spooky season, the supermarket are giving you a scarily good saving on everybody’s favourite bit of bubbly.

You can now get a bottle of fizz from the shop for £4.99, but the offer is only available until October 31st, so be quick!

According to Aldi, the prosecco has “delicious fruity notes of peach, apple, pear and lemon zest”.

This comes after the retailer hit the headlines for their new ‘bag rule‘ which could see some customers refused service.

The budget supermarket chain recently introduced a bag searching policy, with checks to be carried out by security guards in the store on all of a customers bags to try and prevent shoplifting.

An Aldi shop worker told The Grocer Magazine: “We are asking that they allow us to look in the bags to see if they are empty. We have been asking to look in the bags to make sure none of our items are in there”.

The employee said those who do not comply with bag checks will be refused the sale, but they said this has not yet happened in their particular store.

Another member of staff posted in an Aldi Facebook Group that “all empty shopping bags must be on the belt plus all shopping,” the Mirror reports.

Another worker said it was an “awful feeling” to have to ask customers to have their bags searched.

But Aldi has said this is not a “national policy” and is implemented at the discretion of individual stores.

The chain also added that the bag check policy is not a new one and has been around since May.

A spokesperson said the policy was a short-term measure and was only ever carried out with the shopper’s consent.

It comes as food prices continue to rise at supermarkets across the country thanks to sky-high inflation rates, prompting a number of chains to introduce checks to clamp down on shoplifting.

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