Contact Aldi Stores’ on 0843 504 7244 or freephone 0800 042 0800 – this number gets you through to Aldi’s UK customer service team.
Aldi is major supermarket chain in the UK, with a reputation for stocking budget goods for customers to buy in bulk (for example, a tray of tinned tomatoes) or individually as you would in Tesco for example.
Aldi has held its position as the 7th most popular supermarket for over a decade now, cloely contended by Lidl which has exactly the same business model – a semi-wholesale, semi- high-street, budget supermarket.
Although Aldi has stayed firmly in 7th place, beneath Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, The Co-op and Waitrose, they’ve successfully made inroads into the market share of those above, based on the idea that the Big Four supermarkets have been pushing up prices so fast that the likes of Aldi & Lidl can now beat them on value.
With over 4,000 stores in Northern Europe, Aldi is internationally recognised for its commitment to principles of quality at good value. Aldi was originally founded as a family business by Anna Albricht in the German mining town of Essen, and today is a multibillion pound supermarket giant, with stores throughout Europe and North America.
With an identity equating to value and quality in one of the most competitive commercial sectors, Aldi’s reputation with its millions of customers is increasing year on year, as proven by its rapid increase in revenue.
Phone Aldi customer service on freephone 0800 042 0800, or 0333 005 0561, or 0843 504 7244.
From their head office, Aldi’s helpful customer service team can tell you where your nearest store is, its opening times, the current price of a product you’re thinking of buying, and anything else you need to know about the supermarket – even its job vacancy details.
0800 042 0800 – cheapest number to call by landline
0333 005 0561 – cheapest number to call by mobile
0843 504 7244 – 5p from a BT landline, most pricey from a mobile, but most reliable – often updated to ensure it routes through to the correct department, saving you more than just a few pence’ worth of time!
The 0800 number is the cheaper number by landline, but the 0333 number is the cheapest by mobile. This is because 03 numbers are included within free mobile minutes allowances, but 08 numbers are not; and for those who have no free minutes allowances anyway, “freephone” 0800 numbers are still treated as standard non-geographical national rate numbers by mobile networks so will cost more than the freephone & local-rate 03 numbers. Crazy isn’t it! But mobile phones are fashionable, and fashion designers can get away with charging whatever they like – everyone just wants to be cool and not investigate their call costs. Aldi shoppers, however, are meant to be bargain hunters, so maybe you’ll find this advice useful 🙂
Alternatively, email Aldi customer service on firstname.lastname@example.org or send them a letter by post to this address: