0 Current Deals
Including £150 Chromebook (£200 elsewhere), £50 cordless vacuum (£60 elsewhere)From Fri 26 Nov
Lidl has announced its 2021 Black Friday deals will be available in store (find your nearest) from Fri 26 Nov and available while stocks last. As in previous years, deals include food and drink, but also electrical goods.
Good deals we found at 2:45pm on Mon 29 include:
- Chromebook Flip 11.6” C214 - £149.99 (RRP £339.99) OUT OF STOCK. Next cheapest we found, £199 at Currys.
- Beldray Airspire 2-in-1 cordless vacuum cleaner - £49.99. Next cheapest we found, £59.99 at Aldi.
- Allini Prosecco Spumante Magnum, 1.5L - £10.99. Normally £12.99 OUT OF STOCK, 75cl bottles £5.99 each. Next cheapest similar we found, £13.99 at Aldi. Please be Drinkaware.
Important: Don’t allow yourself to be taken in by the hype around Black Friday and be sucked into buying something you don’t need or can’t afford. Always do your own price comparisons to ensure you are getting the best deal possible – don’t just take a retailer’s word for it.
Very limited stock
Lidl stores are price-matching Aldi and were selling full school uniform bundles for £4.50, but we know stock is extremely low and you can't check levels online. The uniform has been out in stores since mid-Aug and we suspect lots of its has now sold out.
What do you get (if you can find 'em)?
- 2x polo shirts – £1.75
- Sweatshirt – £1
- Skirt or trousers – £1.75
As we predicted, this deal has been incredibly popular and is running out fast. It might be worth contacting your local Lidl before making a trip to check how much stock is left to avoid disappointment.
Sign up to the Lidl Plus app to get a free cookie from the bakery section (norm 39p) on your birthday, with no minimum spend. You'll receive the coupon in your Lidl Plus app on your birthday and will have seven days from then to use it. See full T&Cs.
What is Lidl Plus?
It works in England, Scotland and Wales (not Northern Ireland, sadly) and it has a number of ongoing ways that you can save a Lidl more on your shopping, including weekly coupons, rewards for spending £100 or £200 across the whole month, a free cookie on your birthday and a chance to win up to £20 off your next shop.
You’ll need to ‘activate’ the coupons within the app in order to use them. You can use more than one coupon at the same time, but Lidl says there may be a limit of six promotional items per customer.
For more ways to save on your shopping, whichever supermarket you visit, see our full round-up of supermarket coupons.
Throughout the month
New and existing users of the Lidl Plus app (download via App Store or Google Play) will receive a £2 coupon when spending £100 in a calendar month. If you spend a further £100, bringing your total spend to £200 in the same month, you'll also receive a £10 coupon. To track the amount spent, scan your virtual Lidl Plus card (within the app) each time you shop.
Once you've reached the spend target, your £2 or £10 coupon should appear automatically in the Coupons section of the app. You can't get change from the coupons, eg, you'll need to spend £2 to use the £2 coupon, and you'll need to use it within seven days of issue at any Lidl store in the UK, excluding Northern Ireland (find your nearest).
See 'More info' below for more information on the app, as well as exclusions.
For more ways to save on the weekly shop, whichever supermarket you frequent, see our supermarket coupons.
You must be 18 or over to use this offer.
Returns and refunds will be deducted from your running total. Check each coupon for full details.
What's Lidl Plus?
Lidl Plus is Lidl's official rewards app. Not to be confused with the separate 'Lidl' or 'We Are Lidl' app, it can be identified by the icon below. It works in England, Scotland and Wales (but not Northern Ireland, unfortunately) and offers a number of ways you can save a Lidl more on your shopping, including weekly coupons and a chance to win up to £20 off your next shop.
Scan your virtual card at the till or self-service till each time you shop. Spend coupons by loading them onto your virtual card, then scanning your card before paying. You can use more than one coupon at the same time, but Lidl says there may be a limit of six promotional items per customer.
If you're looking for a Chanel smell-alike, Suddenly Madame Glamour perfume is £3.99 for a 50ml bottle in Lidl stores nationwide (find your nearest).
Forumites swear it smells just like Chanel Coco Mademoiselle, which is normally £61ish for 50ml. We've also done some in-house testing at MSE Towers, and it scored highly against the more expensive brand.
Obviously we can't guarantee you'll scents the similarity, but it's worth a nosey.
See the Cheap smell-alikes forum post to see what forumites think.
There are always ways to save money at Lidl, so even if there isn’t a cracking deal out there that works for you, don’t assume you can’t cut your costs further.
Ways to save include:
- Exclusive offers for email subscribers. If you sign up to the Lidl newsletter it will email you special promotional offers and competitions, so you can get in there first.
- Supermarket coupons. Make sure you look out for Lidl’s in-store magazine as it may contain coupons and vouchers to save on your shopping. Also check newspapers like The Metro for £5 off £25 spend vouchers, and remember - Lidl only accepts its own coupons.
- Check out similar retailers, eg, Aldi and the other major supermarkets. If you’re not committed to buying from Lidl, check out our deals from Aldi, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Morrisons and Waitrose, where they may have a better offer, or accept any coupons you might have (except Aldi).
- Try haggling. We polled 1,400 MoneySavers to find out in which shops hagglers have most success. Supermarkets did feature, so it’s worth a go. Find out more in our Haggle on the High Street guide.
- Had a problem with Lidl? There’s a free online tool you can use to complain – it helps draft, manage and if necessary escalate your complaint. It’s offered by a firm called Resolver, which we like so much we work with it to help people get complaints justice – you can use it to complain to Lidl*.
Latest Expired Deals
Christmas veg from 19p/packet
Price war in full swing at supermarkets including Aldi, Lidl, Sainsbury's and TescoExpired
Are you in charge of this year's Christmas dinner? Keep your eyes peeled in supermarkets, as the 2021 Christmas Veg Price War is in full swing. Last year, we saw the cheapest ever prices we’ve seen since we started tracking them in 2015, starting at 14p/packet. That beat 2019's 15p (and 2015's 22p, in case you were wondering).
As we see every year, once one supermarket drops its prices, the others follow suit. This year, we've seen prices level at 19p, however, from Sat 18 Dec Sainsbury's price-matched Aldi and is now offering the same variety of veg for 19p.
MSE update, 5pm Thu 23 Dec: Aldi has told us that on Fri 24 Dec, all its 19p veg will be reduced to 9p each in an unprecedented move it says will help "reduce potential food waste". We've also spotted that in some Tesco stores, 2.5kg bags of potatoes have already been reduced to 20p each, worth looking out for if you're shopping in store.
Sprout, sprout, let it all out, these are the Christmas veg deals you can't do without...
Prices last checked on Thu 23 Dec.
Aldi – 19p each from Thu 16 - Thu 23 Dec (reduced to 14p last year), reduced to 9p from Fri 24 Dec
- Brussels sprouts (500g) – 9p
- Carrots (1kg) – 9p
- Parsnips (500g) – 9p
- Red/white cabbage (each) – 9p
- Swede (each) – 9p
- Potatoes (2kg) – 9p
Lidl – 19p each. Available from Thu 16 - Sun 26 Dec (some reduced to 14p last year)
- Brussels sprouts (500g) – 19p
- Carrots (1kg) – 19p
- Red cabbage (per kg) – 19p
- Potatoes (1.5kg) – 19p
- Parsnips (500g) – 19p
- Shallots (300g) – 19p
Sainsbury's – 19p each (price-matching Aldi this year)
- Brussels sprouts (500g) – 19p
- Carrots (1kg) – 19p
- Parsnips (500g) – 19p
- Red/white cabbage (each) – 19p
- Swede (each) – 19p
- Potatoes (2.5kg) – 19p
Asda – 20p each, doesn't include potatoes this year (did in 2020)
Tesco – from 29p each with Clubcard from Mon 13 - Sun 26 Dec (some reduced to 19p last year)
- Brussels sprouts (500g) – 29p
- Carrots (1kg) – 29p
- Cauliflower (each) – 39p
- Parsnips (500g) – 29p
- Potatoes (2.5kg) – 39p
Waitrose – 40p each
Will there be enough stock?
Given the time of year and uncertainty over supply chains, we can't be certain what stock will be available at supermarkets – local stores may be a better option for simpler shops.
Will they be reduced even further?
Of course, it might be worth waiting until just before supermarkets close for Christmas as you could find these cheap veg further reduced to clear stock. Previously we've seen 1kg of carrots for 5p or even free after Christmas Day.
For more groceries offers and coupons, see our Supermarket coupons page.
Lidl £10 off £40 spend voucher via Metro
Also in Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday, i Newspaper and iweekend (costs 65p-£1.80). Excluding NIExpired
If you pick up a copy of the free Metro newspaper on Thu 9 Dec or Fri 10 Dec, you should find a voucher for £10 off when you spend £40 or more at Lidl stores (find your nearest). Once you have the voucher, just show it to the cashier when you pay or you can scan the voucher yourself at the self-checkout tills.
The Metro with the voucher will be available in lots of cities and their surrounding towns across England, Scotland & Wales. Unfortunately, this offer will not be available in Northern Ireland.
Can't get hold of a free Metro newspaper?
The voucher can be found in various paid for newspapers too, meaning you'll save a bit less than £10 overall, unless you'd usually buy the paper anyway.
Update on Fri 10 Dec at 12.36pm: We've been told the i Newspaper and iweekend will also contain the Lidl vouchers.
Thu 9 Dec: i Newspaper (65p) and Daily Mail (80p)
Fri 10 Dec: i Newspaper (65p) and Daily Mail (80p)
Sat 11 Dec: Daily Mail (£1.10) and iweekend (£1.20)
Sun 12 Dec: The Mail on Sunday (£1.80)
It’s valid in all UK Lidl stores, and can be used (subject to some exclusions) from Thu 9 Dec until stores close on Wed 15 Dec.
Can the voucher be used alongside Lidl Plus e-coupons?
The terms say that the voucher can be used alongside Lidl Plus e-coupons (available via Lidl's free app), but if using other coupons to discount your bill, be aware that these must be applied first, and the remaining total must amount to £40 or more.
Important: There have been a couple of times in the past where this voucher was due to appear in a newspaper, but didn't at the last minute. So before buying a paper especially for this deal, check the offer is displayed in the front page.
Spending £10 or more in Waitrose? You can pick up a free Daily Mail newspaper
If you've a myWaitrose loyalty card and you're planning to spend £10 or more in Waitrose, you can pick up a free newspaper. The Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday are both eligible for this offer.
Take a look at our supermarket coupons page for more ways to cut the cost of your weekly shop.
Customers must be 18 or over.
It’s one voucher per single transaction, per person and it must be presented at the till at the time of purchase. Original vouchers must be shown at the till or self-checkout – copied, damaged, online printouts or defaced vouchers aren't acceptable.
This offer is valid in all UK stores. Please see your voucher for full terms and conditions.