Aldi drops credit card ban at its supermarkets in England

Supermarket to accept all cards in all branches across UK from next month as discount retailer seeks to cement success

Aldi is to start accepting credit cards at all its branches as part of its drive to attract more business from Britains struggling big supermarkets.


Letting shoppers pay by credit cards is the latest move by the German retailer to attract middle-class shoppers after expanding its range and introducing more upmarket goods. Its English stores,which will start accepting credit cards from 13 October, previously took cash and debit cards, which cost retailers less to process than credit cards. Branches in Scotland and some in Wales did accept credit cards.


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