Lidl has new weekend sales on Saturday and Sunday, including Bartlett pears (3 pounds for $2.49), pork chops, almonds, prawns and more.
Offers displayed below are valid at a Raleigh, NC area location. Check your local listing to verify prices. This list is not a price guarantee.
These offers are only valid on June 4 and 5, 2022.
Bartlett pears, 3 lbs, $2.49
Assorted bone-in pork chops, $2.49/lb
GT’s Synergy® Organic Kombucha, 16 oz, selected, 2 for $5
Almonds (raw, dry roasted unsalted, oven roasted sea salt or dry roasted sea salt), 14 oz, 2 for $7, limit of 6
Cox Raw Shelled and Deveined Gulf Shrimp, 12 oz, $5.99
UV insect repellent, door screens, select
Offers valid all week
These offers are valid from June 1 to 7, 2022.
Mini cucumbers, 14 oz, $1.19, limit of 5
Whole baby bella mushrooms, 8 oz, $1.49, limit of 5
Brussels sprouts, 1 lb, $1.99, limit of 5
Blueberries, 1 pint, $2.99 for myLidl members, limit of 5
Sweet peppers, 3 pieces, $2.99, limit of 5
Vidalia onions, 3 lb, $2.99 for myLidl members, limit of 5
Meat & Seafood
Lean ground beef, 93% lean, 16 oz, $3.99 for myLidl members, limit 4
Skinless tilapia fillet, $3.99/lb, 10 lb limit
Whole Chilean salmon fillet, skin on, $6.99/lb, 10 lb limit
Catelli Seasoned Butterflied Leg of Lamb, $7.99/lb
TenderBison™ all-natural ground bison, 16 oz, $7.99
Pork back ribs, family size, 48 oz, $19.99
Italian sausage, 48 oz, $6.99
Beyond Meat® Frozen Beyond Breakfast Sausage™, 7.4 oz, 2 for $5 for myLidl members, limit of 6
Chilled and frozen
Pack-a-snack, 3 packs, 1.5 each, $1.99 for myLidl members, limit of 4
Frozen homemade waffles, 12.3 oz, $0.99, limit of 4
Stromboli, selection, 8.25 oz, 2 for $4 for myLidl members, limit of 6
Rice stuffed grape leaves, 9.8 z, $2.49
Trü Frü frozen fruit (dark chocolate raspberries, milk chocolate strawberries, or peanut butter bananas), 8 oz, your choice, $4.49 for myLidl members
Bon Gelati frozen dessert cones, 8 pieces, $4.99
Mini croissant filled with chocolate and hazelnuts, $0.59 each, limit of 6
Cookies (striped fudge, mint fudge, or coconut caramel fudge), 8.5-11.5 oz, $0.99, limit of 4
Snack Day Snacks (round tortilla chips or restaurant-style tortilla chips), 13 oz, $0.99, limit of 6
Honey wheat pretzel twists, 10 oz, $1.49
Rustic baguette, $1.49, limit of 4
Tate’s Bake Shop Chocolate Chip Cookies, 7oz, $2.99 for myLidl Members
Tate’s Bake Shop Gluten-Free Ginger Zinger Cookies, 7 oz, $3.49 for myLidl members
Daily coffee, four varieties, 36 ct, $9.99
Organic Vermont Golden Maple Syrup, family size, 32 oz, $14.99
Pixie Lillies, $4.99
Hanging flower basket, $7.99
Solid plush bath tissue, 12 pieces, 2 for $8
Singer sewing machine, Stitch Quick, sewing accessories, clothes rack, broom vacuum, laundry basket, throw rugs, jersey fitted sheet, glass scale, toiletry bag, storage basket
Paint, chalk, paint by numbers, food game, game collection, trampoline
* The number of sale items you can purchase is limited for many items listed in the ad. Be sure to check the ad for all limitations.
* With Lidl Buy One Get One Free (BOGO) deals, one product will ring full price and then another will be free. You must buy both to get the sale price.
*Offers displayed above are for a location in Raleigh, NC. Check your local listing to verify prices.
Coupon Policy: Lidl stores do not accept manufacturer’s coupons. They offer store coupons on the Lidl app.
BOGO offers: With Lidl Buy One Get One Free (BOGO) deals, one product will ring full price and then another will be free. You must buy both to get the sale price.
myLidl rewards: Be sure to join the Lidl rewards program to get coupons and special discounts. You can sign up on their app or create a myLidl account online and enter your phone number at checkout.
Forms of payment: Lidl accepts cash, credit cards, debit cards. They do not accept checks.
Bags: Bring your own bags. They don’t offer free bags.
Lidl store details from their press release:
Newly built, beautiful stores and easy-to-shop layouts: All Lidl stores opening this summer will be newly built facilities, with a manageable, easy-to-shop layout of 20,000 square feet with just six aisles.
Fresh Baked Goods: Customers will be greeted each day with the smell of Lidl’s premium quality breads and pastries, which are baked throughout the day. A bakery will be located at the entrance of each store.
Healthy and sustainable choices: Lidl is committed to offering a wide range of healthy and sustainable options. All fresh and frozen seafood in Lidl’s daily assortment will be certified sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) or the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC). Lidl’s high-quality private label products will not have certified synthetic colors, added MSG or partially hydrogenated oils (PHO) containing trans fats.
Organic and gluten-free options: Lidl will offer a variety of organic and gluten-free items including fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy and organic packaged foods, all of which will be available at the lowest possible prices.
Premium products from Lidl: Approximately 90% of the high quality groceries available from Lidl will be exclusive branded products. Every product on the Lidl shelves will be rigorously tested to ensure it meets our high quality standards. Several items have already won acclaim in the United States, including award-winning cheeses recognized at the 2017 Los Angeles International Dairy Competition and a line of baby products that earned the Parent-Tested, Parent-Approved seal of approval.
Lidl Surprises: Lidl offers an ever-changing selection of non-food products every week that will be in store for a limited time. The selection will include fitness equipment, small kitchen appliances, toys and outdoor furniture, among other non-food items.
Lidl operates over 10,000 stores in 27 countries across Europe, offering customers the highest quality fresh produce, meat, bakery and wide range of household products at the lowest possible prices. . Lidl first established its US headquarters in Arlington County, Virginia in June 2015. Since then, it has announced regional headquarters and distribution centers in Spotsylvania County, Virginia. ; Alamance County, North Carolina and Cecil County, Maryland.