Lidl shoppers can get 20% off supermarket food items this week – how to claim

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Lidl launched its app last year which rewards customers each week with exclusive discounts on shopping. This week, shoppers with the app can save 20 percent on snacks and crisps as well as 15 percent on gluten free and dairy alternatives.

The discounter said: “Just when you thought you couldn’t save more on your shop, there’s Lidl Plus!

“Our rewards app makes those big savings even bigger with four new coupons every Thursday, plus exclusive discounts, scratchcards and more.”

This week shoppers can save 20 percent on Snacktastic crisps and snacks as well as 15 percent off gluten free and dairy alternatives.

What’s more, Lidl is also offering 15 percent off Birchwood sliced ham and 15 percent off Coshida cat food and snacks.

Customers have until Thursday to redeem the discounts.

How can you sign up to the app?

It’s simple, the app is available on the App Store as well as the Google Play store. 

Then customers can follow the on-screen instructions and register their details to start saving money.

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The app also stores digital recipes to help shoppers track spending without collecting paper receipts. 

Britons visiting Lidl branches can get more deals by scanning their Lidl Plus card when buying groceries in stores.

Customers will be given rewards and discounts every time they make a valid purchase.

When using the app, shoppers will regularly unlock virtual scratch cards where they can win money off their next shop.

Prizes range from discounts of 25p to a huge £20 off the cost of their next shop.

Lidl said: “The app now has a new Country Selection feature which means app functions and information can be accessed for stores throughout Europe.”

Although travel is banned at the time of writing due to the pandemic, this feature means Britons can make huge savings in Lidl stores wherever they may be.

Another brand new feature to the app is also its Shop and Spin prize.

The supermarket said: “Shop and Spin for your chance to win, with the launch of our brand new feature. Good luck.”

Customers can spin the digital wheel and see what section of the wheel they land on.

This feature allows customers to win up to £20 off their next food shop in store.

For those visiting Lidl stores, there are strict safety rules in place that must be followed in line with Government guidance.

Lidl is asking customers to shop alone if possible and to stay two metres from other people in store in line with social distancing guidelines.

Customers are also being asked to shop when the stores tend to be less busy to help prevent queues building up outside.

The store tends to be busiest in the morning between 8am to 11am and quietest from 2pm onwards.

The website said: “Of course some stores will slightly vary, and make sure you check your local store opening hours too.”

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