ALDI has slashed the price of its food essentials box by £5 – and is now offering free delivery with it.
The £19.99 box, which went on sale in April, contains all the basics that Brits need in their cupboards.
It has fusilli pasta, semi skimmed milk, biscuits and even toilet roll.
We’ve asked Aldi how long the box could last a family and will update this article when we hear back.
They’re only available online, meaning Aldi shoppers won’t find them in stores.
The parcels are also limited to one per customer.
The discount supermarket usually charges £2.95 for standard delivery for orders under £30.
But Aldi has also cut delivery for the boxes. If you enter the phrase FOODPARCEL at the checkout you get free delivery.
The total price of all the products if you bought them individually in store would be £19.28 – so you’re paying 71p more to buy the box online.
But if you’re self isolating, it might be the best option for you.
Morrisons’ version costs £35 and contains 20 items, while M&S’ boxes were £35 but are now £28 – and are filled with 20 items.
Home Bargains also has a £24 essentials box which contains 25 items, while Leon has a market fruit and veg box which has 15 different types of fruit and veg for £26.50.
Asda has also recently cut the price of its 31-item food delivery box from £30 to £25.
Meanwhile Morrisons has launched £30 ‘fakeaway’ food boxes so you can make Nando’s and Wagamama style meals at home.
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