HOMEWARE fans are racing to supermarket Asda to nab piles of cut-price goodies that are starting from as little as 25p.
If you're looking to transform your home on the cheap, best get planning a trip to your local Asda, as fellow shoppers have been raving about its mammoth sale.
One of those who managed to grab heaps of goodies was bargain-hunting shopper Kate St Ledger, from Newcastle upon Tyne.
According to Kate, who took to Facebook to inform fellow money-saving shoppers about the prices, you could even buy items for under a quid.
Some of the homeware items she got her hands on was a soap dispenser that was selling for just 25p, Stitch tumblers for 50p that are perfect for all the Disney fans and kids, as well as Alpaca faux plants scanning at £2.
Other cut-price bits in the haul, the post revealed, included a Snow White-inspired cup for 45p, a bath mat Kate bought for £2.50 and a cosy blanket that went for £1.75 by the till.
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''Also got a Dumbo mug for £1.75,'' she added.
''They also had some Scentsationals Wax Melts reduced to £1 per clamshell (normally pay £5 for 3).''
Kate's post, shared on the popular Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Group, soon racked up dozens of likes, as people raced to comments.
One person claimed: ''My asda has nothing.''
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Someone else had also managed to nab a few goodies, writing: ''I had starwars mug £1.75 on Monday there was few others down in price [sic].''
Another wondered: ''Which asda is this?? we've been different ones and can't find the bargains that are being posted on here.''
A fourth tagged their pal and said: ''the stitch stuff xx.''
''My store never has anything my daughter stitch mad n i cant get anything at full price let alone sale price [sic],'' one mum chimed in.''
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