A GLASGOW supermarket is set to host an exciting event where one shopper can get their shopping for free.

Aldi's Supermarket Sweep challenge has returned for another year and will give customers at the Drumchapel store the chance to take home their favourite items and raise money for charity. 

Inspired by the iconic game show, those taking part will do a five-minute trolley dash and gather as many items as they can.

Aldi will then donate the cash value of what they grab to a local food bank of the shopper's choosing.

The sweeper can try and double the donation and take home a SpecialBuy item up to the value of £50 if they find the hidden inflatable in store.  

Graham Nicolson, group buying director at Aldi Scotland, said: “The Supermarket Sweep holds a special place in the Aldi calendar, and we are very much looking forward to its return for another year.

"We are excited to offer one lucky Drumchapel resident the chance to enjoy a truly unique supermarket experience. 

"At Aldi, we recognise the essential work that food banks do across Scotland, especially during these challenging times. Our commitment to supporting this work is stronger than ever, with over £10,000 donated to food banks through our Supermarket Sweep initiative in 2023. 

“In 2024, Aldi’s Supermarket Sweep will be travelling all over Scotland. Not only does the initiative provide a brilliant way to raise funds for local food banks, but it also gives our loyal customers the chance to stock up on their favourite Aldi products.” 

Drumchapel residents can apply for the Supermarket Sweep until Sunday, April 14.

Shoppers will be asked to nominate their chosen food bank when applying to take part. Entrants must be over 18 years old and alcohol products are not included in the sweep.  

Entry is free and customers can apply in-store or by emailing supermarketsweep@aldi.co.uk.

Entrants must be available to take part in the sweep after stores close at 10pm on their chosen date.