Aldi’s sell out Big Daddy Steak back for Father’s Day 2020 and hits shelves on this date

Aldi has announced a Bigger Daddy Steak is returning to shelves this year. The huge steak weighs 794g, or almost 2lbs.


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The steak has been matured for 21 days to lock in all the flavour.

The steak will be on shelves as of tomorrow.

It costs £7.99 and can feel the whole family, although dad might choose to have it all to himself.

If an upmarket steak is required, Aldi has its premium Wagyu steak range.

Prices for Wagyu steak for sirloin, rump, ribeye and fillet start at £5.99 or 227g.

The Aldi’s Specially Selected Wagyu Fillet Steak costs £7.49, 170g.

Julie Ashfield, Managing Director of Buying at Aldi UK, said: “The popularity of Wagyu Beef has increased drastically as more people discover its mouthwatering taste and texture.

“We’re pleased to be able to exclusively offer our British Wagyu Burger range for customers to enjoy, whilst supporting British suppliers like Warrendale Farm at the same time.”

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Or customers could treat themselves to a garlic pizza bread for 99p that tastes “just like Domino’s”.

The taste-a-like is in its Carlos Takeaway range.

A shopper made the claim it tastes like Dominos on the Aldi Shoppers Facebook page.

The side costs just 99p, compared to Domino’s £4.99 garlic pizza bread.


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Aldi’s special buys tend to be popular with the consumers.

Recently the store’s top five DIY must-haves have been revealed.

The list includes JCB Safety Trainers to protect feet while doing renovations around the house.

There is also the Ferrex 2000W Heat Gun.

How can you celebrate Father’s Day in lockdown? 

Of course, coronavirus has impacted how people spend special occasions.

A simple barbecue in the garden could be on the cards.

Many attractions, such as museums, are offering virtual tours for free on their websites.

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