HOME Bargains shoppers are raving about the brand new, cheap Coronation range, with prices that start at just 79p.
But you’ll need to be quick if you want to nab the brilliant buys, as many are scrambling to get their hands on the new-in bits.
So if you’ve got plans to have a party to celebrate King Charles’ Coronation this May, you’ll want to listen up and get down to your local Home Bargains as quickly as you can.
One savvy shopper, Alison Jane Tribe, proudly took to Facebook yesterday to show off her cheap buys, leaving many stunned.
Posting in the Facebook group, Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, which has 2.2million members, bargain hunter Alison shared a picture of her brilliant buys.
This Home Bargains fan managed to get her hands on a variety of items from the new Coronation range – including two packs of buntings, a pack of paper plates and two packs of cupcakes.
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Alison said: “Home Bargains…if you are going to be celebrating the Coronation, great bargain.”
Alison explained that she nabbed the bunting for just 79p and paper plates for only £1.29 a pack.
She also picked up two packs of four cupcakes for only £1.49 each pack.
The Union Jack items are great for a Coronation party – with the plates donning a glamorous gold crown.
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The savvy mum then added: “Loads [of] lovely stuff without costing a fortune.”
The woman’s post has clearly impressed many, as it was only shared 22 hours ago, but has quickly amassed 235 likes and 69 comments.
Social media users were eager to get their hands on the cheap buys and many were left stunned at the prices.
One person said: “Oh lovely, [the] Orpington branch had none two days ago [and] said [it’s] larger stores only!”
Another added: “Cheaper than Tesco.”
Whilst a third tagged a friend and commented: “We need a trip.”
“We've already eaten 2 packs of cakes.”
At the same time, one Facebook user, named Keith, posted: “Recycling requires energy which creates pollution just saying.”
To this, another shopper responded: “Well Karen, I mean Keith, I think they are good buys so I will be buying some.”
Another Home Bargains fan then chimed in and noted: "Me too."
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