A LITTLE-KNOWN app is selling a household essentials bundle for just 1p and shoppers have been going wild.
Taking to social media, bargain hunters have shared how they managed to to pick up the huge selection of cleaning products for such a low price.
The savvy shoppers used the relatively unknown app SnappyShopper.
One posted on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group: "Just to prove all this just came from snappy shopper for a unbeatable 1p (regular price will be £10).
"I bought some other bits that I needed anyway but nowadays you can't go wrong with such a bargain! And because I was first time buyer I got a free delivery code as well! Win, win situation."
They also shared a photo of the impressive bundle, which included Andrex toilet roll, Fairy washing up liquid, Comfort fabric softener, Domestos cleaning gel and Surf washing powder.
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One fellow bargain lover said: "I love the snappy shopper deals."
Another wrote: "I just got mine too great deal!"
A third commented: "Mine has just arrived thank you."
The SnappyShopper app is a delivery service which partners with convenience stores including Nisa, Co-op, Spar, Londis and OneStop.
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Customers just need to download the app, enter their postcode, order groceries from their local store, then Snappy Shopper deliver directly to your door in as little as 30 minutes.
You can order anything from alcohol to fresh fruit on the app.
The app works with around 1,000 stores nationwide but not every area will have one nearby.
You can check if your area has one by popping your postcode into the website before downloading the app.
It's important to note that not every chain or store will be taking part in individual offers listed in the app, such as this 1p bundle deal.
If your shop is offering it, the deal will come up on your app as available with the list of stores.
As part of the transaction you will be charged a small service charge for the use of the service, we have contacted Snappy Shopper to find out exactly how much this is.
Do bear in mind that offers like this 1p bundle will be stock dependent and stock levels will vary from store to store.
Also, some chains do have a minimum spend requirement and each will charge its own delivery fee too, so make sure you check before you check out.
The app is available to download on both iOS and Google Play stores on your smart phone or tablet.
More ways to save on shopping
You should always look for ways to save on your supermarket weekly shop, regardless of where you go.
For example, there are cheap food clubs run by local community groups or charities floating around.
They're different to food banks because you don't need to be referred by anyone to join one.
These clubs link up with local supermarkets, who donate food nearing their sell-by date.
They are usually run from public places, such as church halls.
There are also food waste apps to make use of.
The Too Good To Go app, for instance, matches you with local food outlets that have food left at the end of the day to sell for less.
You pay from £1 to £7 for a "magic" bag or box from a local business that contains a surprise mix of products.
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Morrisons does a "Magic box’", which usually costs around £3.09 and will contain at least £10 worth of food.
And don't forget to check weekly offers – you'll find new Specialbuy deals at Aldi every Thursday and Sunday which has deals on popular items you won't want to miss.
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