Aldi has long resisted calls to set up a delivery service in Australia despite widespread demand.
But this hasn't stopped bargain-hungry Aussies, who have found a way to secure the best deals at the discount supermarket without leaving their homes.
Families are requesting deliveries on Airtasker so they can cash in on the best deals without facing the crowds.
Often there are queues around the block for Aldi's 'Special Buys' on Wednesdays and Saturdays when a wide range of coveted items are on offer.
Budget-conscious Australians are requesting Airtasker deliverers to face the brunt of supermarket crowds to cash-in on the best deals at Aldi. Pictured: An Airtasker request
Aldi's 'Special Buys' (pictured) offer on Wednesdays and Saturdays retails electronics, clothing, food and furniture at a fraction of the price to larger competitors
These include deals on electronic goods, clothing, food and furniture at a fraction of the price of larger competitors.
Some of Aldi's most popular Special Buys promotions have included the supermarket's answer to the NutriBullet, the Kuchef Rocket Blender, which cost just $34.99 compared to $168 for the original.
Earlier this year shoppers flocked to Aldi at the height of the pandemic to get their hands on an Aldi air fryer which cost just $99. More expensive alternatives can cost more than $500.
Airtasker is an app that allows people to outsource everyday tasks.
Users can hire handymen, cleaners or other people willing to do a specific task for a fraction of the price of other professionals.
Aldi's 'Special Buys' offers deals on a range of items from electronic goods, clothing, food and furniture - at a fraction of the price of larger competitors
Dozens of people are seen queuing to get into Aldi (pictured) at North Rocks, NSW, hoping to get their hands on some 'Special Buys'
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