Aldi introduces major change which lets you skip the checkout queue

Supermarket Aldi has declared that they are rolling out a new click and collect service in hundreds of shops.

Beginning next week, the retailer will allow customers to pick up their online orders.

Aldi plans to make the service available in 200 of its stores by Christmas.

The service was first trialled in September and will be added to more shops due to its success.

All you have to do to make use of the service is choose a store and time slot and then make your selections online.

Then you'll get a text or email confirming your order is ready.

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If you follow the click and collect parking bay instructions then Aldi staff will bring your shopping to you!

The brand's CEO, Giles Hurley, said: "We know that more and more people want to buy high-quality food at unbeatable Aldi prices – particularly at the moment – and this trial has been hugely popular so far.

"By extending it to hundreds of new stores, we’re making Aldi accessible to thousands of shoppers who might never have visited one of our stores before."

Click and collect means that Aldi shoppers can avoid the crowds and the speedy checkout process.

Aldi’s method means that you are supposed to put your shopping back in the trolley when paying and then pack it up against the wall when you move away from the checkout.

Speaking about the checkout process, an Aldi spokesperson previously said: "Our employees are trained to operate the checkout at the right pace for each individual person they serve."

You can find your local Aldi branch using their handy store locator tool.

The German retailer currently has over 620 branches in the UK after first opening in 1990.

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