Aldi has opened temporary outlet space in its store located at Rue de Tibêtême 1A in Libramont. More precisely, in an unexploited part of the store’s reserves. Customers can access it through the standard Aldi store, which remains open for daily shopping.
The outlet part of the store regularly presents a new selection of all kinds of non-food Aldi flyer offers with big discounts. In the first few days, customers find gardening equipment (tools and furniture), tools, bedding, kitchen utensils and decorations there, for example. Aldi is known for its great weekly deals on Wednesdays and Saturdays at low prices. Discount launched the non-food outlet concept in April last year in response to some deals being piled up due to the pandemic. In this period of high inflation, it is the perfect time for Aldi to organize a temporary outlet with significantly reduced prices in order to support the purchasing power of Belgian consumers, especially in these times.
The outlet portion follows standard Aldi store hours, Monday through Saturday between 8:30am and 7:00pm, and remains open for at least 3 weeks, or until supplies last.
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