This Week at Aldi: The Ad for January 29, 2020

Each week we highlight a few of the more interesting items in the upcoming Aldi ad. Note that, in our area, the ad takes effect on Wednesday, but in some areas it may take effect as early as today, Sunday.

This week’s theme includes Valentine’s Day candy, clothing, and gifts, along with cleaning supplies. Be sure not to mix up the two when doing your shopping, as your Valentine probably won’t appreciate receiving cleaning supplies. Aldi also has some toys and educational products this week. In addition, you can view our roundups of Aldi Valentine’s Day food at this link and gifts at this link.

The Most Interesting Thing We Saw:

Easy Home Spin Mop

 

  • Easy Home Spin Mop, $19.99. Includes 2 machine-washable mop heads. We’ve owned this spin mop for a year, and it works well for us. The bucket is large and holds a lot of water for big cleaning jobs, and we appreciate that the mop heads can be washed and used over and over. Read our review here.

ALDI Finds (Special Buy) Highlights:

Other cleaning products:

  • Easy Home Spin Sweeper, $12.99.
  • Easy Home Handheld Wet/Dry Vacuum Cleaner, $24.99.
  • Easy Home Hand Held Steam Cleaner, $24.99. We tried one of these a few years ago and weren’t impressed. Read our review here.
  • Easy Home Eraser Sponges, $3.49. These are Aldi’s version of Magic Erasers. Read our review here.
  • Easy Home 3-Piece Pet Hair Broom Set, $14.99.
  • Easy Home Folding Utility Cart, $16.99.

Valentine’s Day candy includes:

  • Choceur Assorted Chocolates Heart Box, $3.99 for 6.35 oz.
  • Specially Selected Chocolate Truffle Hearts, $3.49 for 5.29 oz.
  • Specially Selected Belgian Cocoa Dusted Truffles, $2.99 for 8.81 oz. These are a favorite of mine.
  • Reese’s Peanut Butter Hearts, $2.95 for 10 oz.
  • Mars Minis Mix, $6.95 for 23.5 oz. Includes Milky Way, Milky Way Midnight, 3 Musketeers, Snickers, and Twix.
  • Dove Milk Chocolate Truffle Heart Tin, $8.99 for 6.5 oz.
  • Dove Promises Milk Chocolate Hearts, $2.95 for 8.87 oz.
  • Ferrero Rocher Valentine’s Day, $4.49 for 5.3 oz.
  • Lik-m-aid Fun Dip Valentine, $2.95 for 10.32 oz.
  • Airheads Valentine Cards Exchange Box, $2.95 for 11.26 oz.
  • HARIBO Goldbears Valentine 40-Count Exchange Bag, $4.49 for 40 0.42-oz. bags.
  • Betty Crocker Fruit by the Foot Mini Feet, $4.95 for 11.7 oz. Includes 26 signable pouches.
  • Lunch Buddies Valentine Hearts Fruit Flavored Snacks, $3.99 for 28 0.9-oz. pouches.

Valentine’s Day cards include:

  • Pembrook Pop Up Valentine’s Day Cards, $1.99 each.
  • Pembrook Valentine’s Day Cards, $0.99 each.
  • Kids’ Valentines, $1.99 for 32 Valentines with stickers or tattoos. Choose from characters such as Despicable Me.
  • Licensed Valentine’s Day Sticker Cards, $1.99 for 32. Characters include Frozen 2.
  • Licensed Create Your Own Valentine’s Day Mailbox, $3.99 each. Characters include Avengers and Frozen 2.

Other Valentine’s Day gifts include:

  • Bee Happy 5″ Mini Valentine Plush, $0.99 each. Choices include an elephant and unicorn.
  • Bee Happy Valentine Plush, $3.99 each. Choices include a sloth, llama, and hamster.
  • Bee Happy Large Valentine Plush, $14.99 each. Choices include a unicorn and hedgehog.
  • Huntington Home Valentine’s Day Pillow and Throw, $8.99 per set.
  • Lily & Dan Girls’ Fleece-Lined Leggings, $3.99 each.
  • Serra Ladies’ Fleece-Lined Leggings, $7.99 each.
  • Serra Ladies’ 2-Pack Cozy Footie Socks, $3.99.
  • Huntington Home Winter Coir Mat, $6.99 each. Mats have heart designs.
  • Crofton Valentine’s Silicone Bakeware, $4.99 each.
  • Bendon Valentine’s Day Mini Play Packs, $4.99 each. Choices include Avengers and Frozen 2.

Toys and educational products include:

  • Igloo Books I Love You…Books, $4.99 each.
  • Pikmi Pops Cheeki Puffs, $5.49.
  • The Learning Journey Robotic Toys, $14.99 per set. 60+ pieces per set.
  • Geomag Magnetic Blocks, $12.99 per set.
  • The Learning Journey Match It, $4.99.
  • Hinkler Craft Activity Book, $5.99 each. Choices include 501 Screen-Free Activities for Kids and Everything Origami.
  • Igloo Books Write and Wipe Book, $4.99 each.
  • Cardinal 5-in-1 Wooden Puzzle Box, $4.99. Themes include Paw Patrol.
  • The Learning Journey Learn with Me Fish Bowl Play Set, $12.99.
  • The Clever Factory Good Grades Workbook, $3.99 each. Preschool through 2nd grade.

And these miscellaneous items:

  • Lily & Dan Children’s Slip-On Athletic Shoes, $9.99 per pair.
  • Easy Home Kids’ Folding Table, $19.99.
  • Easy Home Flex Trays, $3.99 per pack. Choose a 3-Pack Small, 2-Pack Medium, or Large.

Fresh Meat Special Highlights:

  • Chilled Chicken Wings, $1.99 per lb.
  • Old Neighborhood Fresh Buffalo Flavored Shaved Chicken Breast, $4.99 for 14 oz.
  • Fresh St. Louis Pork Spareribs, $1.99 per lb.
  • Fresh 73% Lean Ground Beef, $1.99 per lb. Sold in a 5-lb. pkg. for $9.95.

Alcohol Highlights:

(Not available in all locations.)

  • Belletti Sparkling Rose Extra Dry, see price in store. 750 mL, from Italy. Aldi says: “Aromas and flavors of strawberries and bright cherries lead into a sweet well-balanced finish. Enjoy as an apertif, with fresh fruit, desserts, or on its own.” Alcohol Content: 7%.
  • The Chocolate Cellar Chocolate Red Wine, see price in store. 750 mL, from the U.S. Aldi says: “Dark fruit flavors and decadent dark chocolate unfold on the palate, with a long and lingering finish. Pairs with pastries, biscotti and fruit salads.” Alcohol Content: 12.5%.

About Rachael

Rachael is the Senior Editor for Aldi Reviewer. She enjoys reading, cooking, gardening, and collecting house plants when she isn't busy shopping at Aldi.

2 Comments

  1. Want to shout out a THANK YOU for a recommendation. Just want to let you know that I took your advice on the folding exercise bike awhile and got one right after Christmas (it was $10 more than last year, but that’s okay), and am SO glad I did. It’s great! I work out on it every day, my niece purchased one also and seems quite pleased with it. I still haven’t gotten the reset/setup for the display down, sometimes all my stuff disappears and I don’t know how to just reset the timer or just the miles, I didn’t find that in the instructions either. But even so, I ride it with the TV going so I know what the time is in any event, and how many miles I end up doing each time. Great recommendation! Thank you!!!

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