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Calling the Aldi Contact Number
The quickest way to get in contact with Aldi Customer Services is to call the Aldi phone number on 0843 903 1121. Aldi Customer Service advisers are available to take your call Monday to Saturday 08:00 – 21:00 and Sunday 09:00 – 19:00. If you struggle to get through on the above number you can use the official Aldi number on 0800 042 0800.
Alternative ways to Contact Aldi
If you prefer to write instead of calling you can write to the below Aldi address:
You can email aldi on [email protected] and the Aldi complaints department advise to use this email address if you wish to make a complaint.
As with a lot of companies in the UK you now have the option to get in touch via social media, you can contact Aldi through Facebook and Twitter. Please be aware response times may be significantly longer than if you were to phone.
What could the Aldi Contact Number help with?
- Delivery enquiries such as tracking your delivery, how long it takes and costs.
- Information on products and brands sold in the store or online
- Help ordering products online
- Enquiries about faulty goods and how to get a refund
- Locating a local store
- Aldi opening hours for a particular store
- Aldi careers and how to apply
- Information on the Aldi warehouse
- Latest Aldi product events
Aldi Customer Service
Their call centre or local store will be able assist you with your enquiry. Phone the Aldi customer service telephone number to locate a store, for refunds or a sales enquiry.
Aldi UK Media Centre
For press or media information visit their website or contact them via the email and phone number below.
0161 238 9427
To make a complaint to Aldi?
The easiest and fastest way to make a complaint is to call the Aldi complaints number on 0843 903 1121.
If you wish to give feedback of any kind, then click here. You’ll be able to get in touch via an email on their official page. There are also options for feedback options on stores, products and deliveries.
Another option would be to write to the following address- Aldi Stores, Holly Lane, Athersone, Warwickshire, CV9 2SQ.
Due to their career opportunities and one of the highest paid starting salary’s in their respective industry, customers often get in touch about Aldi jobs. The best way to get in touch would be to phone an Aldi contact number 0843 903 1121 and locate your local store, or click here to get in touch online.
Aldi Customer Service Common Questions
When did Aldi come to the UK?
Aldi launched in the UK back in 1990. Their first store was located in Birmingham, Stechford. Fast-forward 16 years later and they recorded growing sales in their 550 stores.
Why is Aldi so cheap?
There are number of reasons that contribute to the cheap stock available in Aldi. Around 90% of their products are private labels, meaning they skip the middle man and subsequently offer great value.
Is Aldi reliable?
Yes, although their brands aren’t as recognised as many they have a reputation for quality food, durable clothing and brilliant value for money technology.
How can I get a refund?
Keep your proof of purchase and return within 60 days. You can gain more information on how to send your item back here. Alternatively you can call Aldi phone number and speak to their customer service helpdesk.
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