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    Aldi coming to DFW Metroplex

    As long as I have been on TFP, I have heard that Aldi has the best price on bleach. I just heard that Aldi is planning on opening around 30 stores here in the Dallas / Fort Worth area. Anybody else hear that? What are they charging for bleach these days anyway? I usually go to WM for $2.54 on the big jugs.

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    Re: Aldi coming to DFW Metroplex

    Quote Originally Posted by 257WbyMag
    As long as I have been on TFP, I have heard that Aldi has the best price on bleach. I just heard that Aldi is planning on opening around 30 stores here in the Dallas / Fort Worth area. Anybody else hear that? What are they charging for bleach these days anyway? I usually go to WM for $2.54 on the big jugs.
    Costco has Clorox brand, 3 182oz jugs for $7.15. Pretty hard to beat...
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    Re: Aldi coming to DFW Metroplex

    Hi Craig,

    Way over here in SC, we pay $1.29 for 96oz of Tundra from Aldis.
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    Re: Aldi coming to DFW Metroplex

    Remember back in the day when it was only $.99?

    The only problem (if can be considered a problem) is that they are the small jugs.
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    Re: Aldi coming to DFW Metroplex

    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly
    Hi Craig,

    Way over here in SC, we pay $1.29 for 96oz of Tundra from Aldis.
    That's pretty close to the Costco price really. Still a good price, especially for those without a Costco membership. Too bad they don't have the bigger containers as FPM mentioned.

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    Re: Aldi coming to DFW Metroplex

    Yes, I am hearing this too and I am in North Dallas area. A vacate grocery store building in my town has Aldi listed on the paperwork to the city. It will be interesting to see how a new grocery store does in this market.
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