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  • Latest research from consumer group Which? has found Aldi to be the cheapest UK supermarket for the ninth consecutive month 
  • Shoppers can save an impressive £21.78 compared to the most expensive supermarket, for the same basket of items 

The win marks Aldi’s ninth consecutive month of being the cheapest supermarket in the UK, as well as being named the cheapest supermarket of the year for the last two years (Which? Cheapest Supermarket 2021 and 2022).  

Whilst families and households across the UK continue to seek out ways to keep spending down, Aldi customers can be confident they’re cutting household costs where it matters most.   

The latest research shows that last month, Aldi was a huge £21.78 cheaper than the most expensive supermarket, Waitrose, for an equivalent basket of items.  

Which? also revealed Aldi to be £10.51 cheaper than Tesco and £14.20 cheaper than Morrisons per basket.  

The full results are below:  


Retailer  Average basket price  
Aldi  £74.81 
Lidl  £77.50 
Sainsbury’s  £85.25 
Tesco £85.32 
Asda  £85.81 
Morrisons  £89.01 
Ocado  £89.96 
Waitrose £96.59 

Julie Ashfield, Managing Director of Buying at Aldi, said: “As the cost-of-living crisis continues, we remain committed to keeping prices low and quality high. The latest findings from Which? show that once again customers can save money by choosing to shop with us. We’re thrilled to have been consistently named Cheapest Supermarket for the last nine months.” 

The news comes as Aldi yesterday revealed a special 20% off discount code (GARDEN20), available now and valid until 9th March, which can be redeemed against a range of garden furniture, outdoor heating and BBQ products. Available to use online only, eligible items include Aldi’s famous corner sofa, bistro and patio sets, spa pools, fire pits and even pizza ovens! 



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