I wiped the Morrisons shelves clean of 25p bargains – I don't care what trolls say, I'm obsessed with stockpiling | The Sun

DO you ever feel like there's not enough hours in the day to complete the tasks you've set yourself that morning?

Well, that's never a problem for one shopper named Isabella Louise…because being organised is something she does best.

The self-confessed "stockpiler" took to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK and shared snaps of the latest bargain products she nabbed from her local Morrisons branch.

Alongside the images, she penned: "Morrisons clip strips bargains, pedi eggs £1 all Joie kitchen stuff 25p-75p.

"Bargain galore, I’m obsessed with stockpiling stuff so this will be organised into categories and used well."

Super organised Isabella went on to say how she found all of the items on the plastic strips that are "on the aisles with random things hanging on them."


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She continues: "They're all reduced to crazy low prices – fake tan mitts were 50p, lip balms 50p, face and hair masks 25p, joie kitchen stuff including kitchen timers 25p."

The post has since racked up hundreds of views and comments from social media users online.

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"I’ll have to pop in thanks for posting," enthused one.

A second penned: "I've got 13 grandkids including 4 teenage girls, bought a carrier bag full for just over a tenner – even treated myself to a couple of bits, fab stocking fillers."

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A third commented: "I got some bits in ours tonight, stuff I would buy anyway or indeed use, that was Stirling, Scotland."

Meanwhile, a fourth quipped: "I have a similar issue with travel mugs and glasses lol."

A further joked: "I spent like £20 in there the other day doing the same…I got a lot of beef jerky though!"

However, not everyone was impressed with Isabella's tendency to stockpile cut-price items.

"Hi, please don't be offended, this looks like buying because it's cheap, not because it's needed," wrote one.

Isabella quipped: "Hello, that’s exactly what I’ve done, brought it because it’s cheap."

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