CHRISTMAS might still me a few months off but with epic toy sales across some stores, it'd be wise to get in early.
One woman snapped up a couple of eye-watering deals from Asda, with Paw Patrol and Lego among some of the massive toy sale bargains.
Showing off her bargain buys, the woman shared a snap in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group.
Her Asda shop included a massive Paw Patrol tower which was £120 down to just £50, plus a couple of Lego Friends packs for a tiny 90p each.
She also picked up a huge kids' character play set for the discounted price of £8.50, down from £20.40.
Other parents were shocked by the incredibly low prices and tagged friends and family to inform them of the news.
While it appears this woman picked them up in store, you can pick up some pretty good bargains online too.
Another mum recently raved about the cheap price of some cute kids’ costumes which have been reduced to just £3.90 in store.
The savvy mum managed to find an adorable Simba outfit for her child, and said they also had Winnie the Pooh, Tigger and dalmatian costumes in the range.
The outfits look ideal with Halloween just around the corner, and for fancy dress days now kids are returning back to school.
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If you're interested in other bargain finds, shoppers go wild for Home Bargains’ Friends-inspired face masks – and they’re only £1.99.
Plus a woman bags £45 boots for just £1 at Sainsbury’s – and you could bag some bargains too.
Meanwhile, mum swears off ironing for life & claims £15 hand steamer from Asda does the job just as well and loads quicker.
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