Shoppers are dashing to Boots to snap up bargains in their up to 70% off sale – including £3.50 Ted Baker gift sets | The Sun

THERE'S no better feeling than nabbing yourself a bargain.

So it's little surprise delighted shoppers have been rushing online to show off the cut-price finds they've purchased in the Boots up to 70% off sale.

Sophie Jones took to money-saving Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK and shared a snap of her order confirmation which included a £9 Ted Baker gift set that's been reduced to £3.50.

Alongside the image, she penned: "Boots 70% off sale still going and cheaper with card.

"Got Ted taker gift set for £3.50! Free delivery click & collect."

Another thrilled shopper named Siân Parry posted a photo of the reduced-price goodies she spotted on the shelves in her local store.


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She wrote: "70% sale at Boots*

"Some N⁰7 and Soap and Glory and Ted Baker sets are still 50% not 70%!

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"*This is the store in Bangor, Gwynedd."

Sylvie Boyd also popped into Boots to take a mooch at the bargains on offer.

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Amongst her yellow-sticker finds was a sports trivia quiz reduced from £6 to £1.80, £7 Peaky Blinders face wash now £2.10, and Harry Potter ankle socks which have been slashed from £10 to £3.

Elsewhere, a bargain hunter named Jayne Leanne showed off her Boots haul which included a 'Friends' cosmetic sheet mask collection, 3-in-1 credit card power banks, make your own bath blast and Enchanted bath sets.

She wrote: "All this for £28.65."

The posts have since racked up hundreds of likes and comments between them – with many quick to commend the shoppers on their bargain buys.

"Put all my goodies in my basket online last night. Spent £83 and saved £273.00, very happy," wrote one.

A second tagged a friend and enthused: "We have to gooo!!!!"

A third commented: "It's All the Christmas stuff what didn't sell. Some bargains to be had!"

And one more noted: "Bargains!"

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