Aldi Survey Win $100

Please give Aldi your thoughts about your recent Aldi store visit via the Tell Aldi customer feedback survey.

  • The Tell Aldi survey code will be needed to take the survey online, and the code will be 12 digits long and found towards the bottom of the Aldi receipt.
  • Visit to begin.
  • A total of 8 £100 Aldi vouchers will be given away each month during the Aldi survey sweepstakes.
  • The Aldi corporate headquarters is located at Eckenbergstrasse 16, Postfach, and can be reached by calling +49 201-8593-0.

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Aldi Survey Sweepstakes to Win $100

The survey is powered by the InMoment survey company and will take less than 4 minutes to complete.  The  £100 of Aldi vouchers can only be used at Aldi locations and CANNOT be redeemed for cash or other gifts.

From The Site

Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback regarding your experience. This survey is administered by InMoment on our behalf in the context of commissioned data processing according to applicable data protection regulations. We take your privacy very seriously. Please visit our website or click the relevant link in the survey to learn more about our privacy policy and how we process your data. You must be at least 16 years of age to participate in this survey.

Who is Aldi?

  • Private discount retailer
  • Based in Essen Germany
  • 1946 (split in two parts in 1960, renamed to ALDI Nord and ALDI Süd in 1962)

Aldi is a trendy discount store with the middle and lower class in their operating markets.  The firm has around 9600 total stores across the globe, including places like the United States, Mexico, Canada, Ireland, United Kingdom, Poland, Spain, France, and Germany.  Customers love shopping at Aldi due to their ultra-low prices through charging customers for shopping bags and making the customer bag their groceries (which many enjoy doing anyways).  Aldi offers the standard food departments to include meat, produce, dairy, and household essentials (i.e., napkins and a limited amount of cleaning supplies).

Although the firm usually receives high marks from the media/public relations firms, Aldi has struggled in the form of unfair labour practices, a horse meat contamination scandal, and accusations of “lack of corporate responsibility” to their farmer suppliers by the Irish Farmers’ Association.

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