Discounter Aldi woos customers with coupons, credit cards

Discount supermarket chain Aldi's announced it will now accept major credit cards and is offering coupons to customers. In the past, the grocer only accepted a limited number of debit cards in order to keep prices low. Now, with the added 2 percent transaction fee, the new payment option may result in a boost in product prices. Story

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