It is our policy to offer our customers top quality products at incredibly low prices guaranteed. We achieve this by focusing strictly on the essentials. And we never stop looking for ways to cut our prices further. In addition to this we believe you should pay the same amount for your groceries no matter where you live. That is why every store has exactly the same prices.
Exclusive range of products
Our product range includes about 700 of the most popular everyday grocery and household items. These products include frozen food, meat and dairy products, canned food, bakery, household supplies, health and beauty products, nappies, cleaning products and a wide selection of fruit and vegetables. By focusing on the items you most frequently use and offering these as ALDI brands, shopping at ALDI is simple and great value. Customers are not confused by row after row of products differentiated by brand name only.
Stringent quality standards
All our products are developed in conjunction with leading suppliers to the highest quality standards. We maintain the quality through continual in-house quality testing along with independent laboratory analysis. We insist that all our suppliers deliver top quality week in, week out. Our commitment to quality is reinforced by the fact we guarantee every product in store.
A unique shopping experience
All ALDI stores share the similar layout and product presentations. The stores are bright, modern and uncluttered with wide aisles. We hope customers find our stores easy to navigate and can quickly find what they need. Checkouts are spacious and scanning is lightning-fast so that even the biggest shopping list can be taken care of quickly and without frustration. Outside, car parking is easy for customers with ample space or a dedicated car park close to the store.
Surprises in store
In addition to household staples, ALDI offers an exciting selection of non-grocery items. Known as 'Surprise Buys', these items are only available while stocks last, and change every Thursday. Widely advertised and promoted in-store, 'Surprise Buys' may include hardware, electrical items, clothing, sports equipment, manchester and even toys. These keep the ALDI shopping experience interesting, as well as providing customers with real savings on useful items.
For more information, contact Aldi Bowral on (02) 9675 9000.
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There are currently 15 reviews listed for Aldi Bowral. Please note that these reviews are not the opinions of this website.
Aldi Store Bowral
Posted by Kaye at Monday 20 February 2012
I have been a loyal Aldi store customer for many years. I have never had to return an item in the past. However, I received bad customer service and public humiliation when I tried to return a faulty item, under $20.00 without a receipt, which I had bought 6 days previously at an Aldi store 100kms away.
The manager was rude and indifferent, he raised his voice, as did his sales assistant, and in front of a lot of people refused to replace the product (which they did have in stock). He said I had to go back to the store I bought it (I told him it was 100 kilometers away) and that since I had no receipt they did not believe that I purchased it.
At Aldi if you wish to return an item you have to enter through the main part of the store, you are not allowed to enter through the exit to approach a cashier. Therefore I had to walk through the store with my product and no receipt to get to speak to a customer service person. I did feel uncomfortable about it at the time, but had no choice. The last thing I expected was to be treated like a criminal.
I have since phoned customer service at head office and find that the manager was wrong in every aspect of my transaction. Customer Service said under $20.00 you do not need a receipt, that in order to return an item you do have to enter the store at the ENTRY door and that I did not have to return it to the same store I bought it.
I was probably unlucky but I am very disappointed. I have an unpleasant feel about shopping at Aldi in Bowral and I am nervous to step into that store again.
Posted by Anonymous User at Sunday 13 March 2011
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Aldi staff are not rude
Posted by Anonymous User at Friday 25 June 2010
I don't know what people are on about. The staff at Aldi aren't rude, certainly no ruder than at any other supermarket. I've found most of them to be lovely and helpful.
I love Aldi!!! Great products and such great specials too. Also, other supermarkets will lower their grocery prices on basic items to be more in line with Aldi if there's one nearby. So they are helping you even if you don't shop there.
Posted by Ang at Tuesday 16 February 2010
I'm an Aldi sales assistant.. we scan quickly to keep the amount of staff down to keep prices lower.. people say they cannot find any help come to the registers and ask for help and we can get someone for you.. you say you have to lift heavy items on your own, our cataloges inform you its a heavy product thus giving you the information that you need to bring someone with you to help... trolley what can i say if you need a coin for the trolley come into the store and ask a sales assistant at the regisiters we will give you change not a problem..
LOVE LOVE LOVE ALDI'S!
Posted by Julie Beth Kirtley at Friday 15 January 2010
I am am American customer of Aldi's stores, shopping there whenever I visit family in Chicago, Illinois. I now lived in Montana [after moving there in 2002~a good 1600 miles west of my hometown of Chicago], and to my dismay, I discovered there are no Aldi stores anywhere nearby, and I miss them terribly!
I will be contacting Aldi's corporate site, to implore them to expand into Montana, especially Helena [which I live near], Missoula, Great Falls, Bozeman, Butte, and Billings, which are among our largest towns. All meet Aldi's requirements for store locations.
Julie Beth Kirtley
Posted by Anonymous User at Tuesday 10 March 2009
Quote:u are full of sh*te mr. customers are the most rude bunch of people in public. u get yr lazy ass on a cashiers chair and see how u like to serve people like yourself.
You truly are an ignoramus, it's the lazy arsed customers keeping your fat arse in job dear :) Have as nice day
Aldi are they cheap
Posted by Anonymous User at Friday 20 February 2009
I used to do all my shopping at Aldi. But now only a few items as I find they are much the same price at Woolies or Coles. You have to compare Aldi prices to Woolies and Coles home brands because Aldi's products are mostly home brands with fancy coloured labels. Items like butter,milk eggs bread are the same price at Woolies and I get a fuel voucher from them. Meat and chicken are very expensive.Last time i went to Aldi there chicken breast were $14.99 per kilo. Woolies and Coles deli are $10.96 per kilo.
Posted by Anonymous User at Thursday 12 February 2009
u are full of sh*te mr. customers are the most rude bunch of people in public. u get yr lazy ass on a cashiers chair and see how u like to serve people like yourself.
Posted by Anonymous User at Saturday 17 January 2009
The observations are real, mate! I am very well familiar with the system that they deploy. It is exactly the same as LIDL and the service is identical all over the world. Read my post carefully, Simple equaltion, cheap prices = carpy service.
I have no great expectations from any supermarket chain. ALDI is just another competitor in the market place and they are not always cheaper, get used to it :)
Posted by Anonymous User at Monday 12 January 2009
they dont expect you to load heavy items on the converyor belt...so that is wrong....and I have seen aldi assistants bend over backwards to help a customer so your grandmother must've been unlucky....I actually find the teenage sales assistant at safeway and coles to be far worse and with a "couldnt care less " attitude.....If you dont want to save money mate at the check out..then dont shop there...but if you do...then learn how it is done and just go with it...you will find that once you go there and get to know how it all is..you will like it.....And the girls at the local aldi that I go to are amazing and even crack jokes with you and will put heavy stuff away for you and yes I have even seen them get off the seats and help out....
Posted by Anonymous User at Friday 02 January 2009
The Aldi method of supplying a discount is simple, Hire minimal staff to provide a perceived discount. Their service is non-existent, their staff are rude because they are under pressure too turf you out of the store as quickly as possible.
Quality is negligible, errors when scanning often occur and the shopper will be the loser. Aldi stores in Europe are the same, they attract the same clientele,(Shoppers buying a few items) the same rude staff, and the empty shelve syndrome.
Aldis like to attract the milk & bread customer and have an expectation that the shopper in front of them with $ 300-400 worth of grocery items should wait so the bread and milk person can be served on the other side of the cash register. Hence the discount, No Express Checkout.
Aldis cashiers are a dry lot also. Poorly spoken, Agitated, Poorly Trained, make you lift the heavy items from the trolley for scanning because they dont know how to use their registers. This happened to my 74 yo mother that is riddled with arthritis. They simply wont get off their backsides once they have been securly fastened to the cashiers seat. Simply Speaking Aldis Suck
Posted by Anonymous User at Monday 01 December 2008
the reason that they dont leave much time to load your products into your bag is because their policy is to get you through the check out as quickly as possible. Quite often it is not the cashier that slows down a line but customers that muck around with change and exact coins. Credit card users that need to sign slips....(beleive me you get a few of those in a row...and it makes everyone else in a line have a to wait quite a bit longer)....customers who have no idea on the "aldi way of shopping" and dont bring trolleys in with them and expect everyone to wait whilst they pack "their" products but want everyone else before them to go quickly....The lines at the check outs would be much quicker if customers were all ready when it was time for cashier to serve them.....ie have a trolley organised at end of bench to simply put all stuff in....have their card out ready to swipe or have their purse out ready for money....Not sitting at the bottom of the trolley that they just loaded all their stuff on or at the bottom of their bag...or in two purses and have to sift through two purses.....I am an aldi cashier and I can tell you that customers can quite often be their own worst enemy... If we put more staff on...the extra wages will have to go into the cost of the product...which means not much savings for you....The whole concept of aldi is to offer quality products at a sensible price....Yes you have to pay for bags...but how good is that for the environment because most of our customers bring their bags back...thus saving on plastic......the others use empty boxes they find in the store...again saving the planet....this is a good thing and should be congratulated.....Aldi is not coles or safeway....that is why they do so well...because people save quite a bit of money..particularly if you have a few children.....If you dont like the "Aldi way of shopping" then go to coles and safeway and pay more for your groceries....otherwise enjoy your experience and try and help the cashiers by having you cards ready to swipe and having your purses all out and ready for money...bring a trolley if you think you may by more than a couple of items....because that can really slow down a line...
Posted by Anonymous User at Monday 18 August 2008
The aldi store is bowral is hard to find what you want, dirty and cluttered to the roof. the service is quick but they dont leave time for you to place you groceries in your trolley. And they have no bags. Terrible. :(
Posted by Anonymous User at Thursday 31 May 2007
I love the ALDI store in Bowral. The staff are great and the store is always very clean and well organised. Well done.
Posted by Rod Abbey at Saturday 10 March 2007
The Aldi store at Bowral, is the first point of shopping for most people in the Highlands, a big saving can be made on the basic items, since opening, the store has made the other competitors, watch their prices, the only thing I find is, that at times there are not enough check outs open, apart from that, it is a great place to shop.
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