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Shoppers are rushing to buy 95p Aldi dupe that can save money on takeaways

ALDI fans are going wild for a bargain that can help you create a Subway sandwich for cheaper.

Fans of the discounter are comparing Aldi’s four-pack of rolls for 95p to the bread offered by Subway.

Shoppers are rushing to Aldi to buy the popular takeaway dupe

Snap up Aldi’s cheaper ingredients to have with the bread too and you’ll have yourself a fakeaway for less.

The offering at Aldi includes cheese and herb, wholegrain, and Italian-style rolls – similar to some of Subway’s bread options.

While these won’t give you a complete Subway Italian BMT sandwich, you can save cash by making your own.

For example, the four-pack costs 95p each at Aldi, which works out at just under 24p per piece.

As well as the Metro rolls, you can also grab:

  • Pepperoni – 85p
  • Mild Cheddar Slices – £1.19
  • Ham – 79p
  • Salami – 99p
  • Iceberg lettuce – 58p

These ingredients will cost £5.35, but it should be enough to make at least four of them – meaning it’ll cost you £1.34 per sandwich.

In comparison, Subway charges £5.89 for one Footlong BMT.

Of course, it may not taste exactly the same, but it’s a good alternative for treating yourself while saving cash.

If you want to have a go at making the cheap takeaway alternative, you can head to your local Aldi store or place a click-and-collect order.

Foodies have been going wild for the find on Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK.

In a post, they said: “Aldi doing buns similar to Subway for 95p for a pack of 4. Even called them Metro subs.

“Great for Fakeaway Subways in the air fryer (leave open to cook then fold close when finished 200 for 5mins).”

Other bargain hunters were also thrilled about the cheap find.

One said: “Look so nice! I’ve made the meatball ones before everyone loved them!”

While another added: “Our next thing to try.”

Other retailers also offer similar alternatives to the popular rolls.

Tesco sells a pack of four sub rolls for £1.05 – but they are only available as white bread, compared to Aldi’s variety of flavours.

Sainsbury‘s Multiseed Vienna Rolls are another good find, coming in a pack of four for 90p.

And you can get creative with your “fakeaway” – instead of Subway’s BMT, you can try making their Meatballer, by swapping the pepperoni and ham for meatballs.

Aldi’s Metro rolls are not the only popular dupe the retailer offers.

Fans of the supermarkets can buy a Le Creuset dupe for £285 less than the original.

Or if you’re already prepping for Christmas, you could check out their range of mince pies for just 18p per pie.

With the rising cost of food, it’s important to shop around to make sure you get the best value for your money.

If you want to learn some clever tips on slashing your bills, you can check out the ten supermarket swaps that could save you over £10 on your food shop.

And we also give you some of the best tips to cut your grocery bills and save you thousand a year.

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