Aldi: Budget supermarket axes popular click and collect at a number of stores - is your local branch affected?

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Aldi is set to axe its click and collect service at a number of stores across the UK - see if your local Aldi supermarket is affected

Aldi has confirmed it will axe its click and collect service from a number of supermarkets due to “insufficient demand” from shoppers. The budget supermarket first launched a click and collect service in 2020 and has since expanded it to the majority of its shops.

Click and collect is where you order groceries online, to then pick up in store, instead of being delivered to your home. Aldi charges £4.99 to click and collect and there is no minimum spend.

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Aldi confirmed a total of 12 supermarkets will be affected by the changes, with locations spread out across the UK. Below is the full list of Aldi supermarkets where click and collect has been axed.

Aldi stores no longer offering click and collect

  • Aylesbury - Rimmington Way
  • Brighton - Lewes Road
  • Burton on Trent - Horninglow Street
  • Coventry - Shultern Lane
  • Crawley - Betts Way
  • Chelmsford - Clock Tower RP Westway
  • Gillingham - Ambley Road
  • Kidbrooke - Kidbrooke Park Road
  • Kidderminster - Silverwoods Way
  • Maidstone - Langley Park Centre
  • Oldbury - Wolverhampton Road
  • Reading - London Road
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