Asda shoppers rush to buy ‘amazing’ homeware must-haves scanning at tills for just £1.20 | The Sun

ASDA shoppers have been rushing to buy "amazing" homeware must-haves scanning at the till for just £1.20.

The supermarket giant sells a whole host of items in addition to groceries, including clothing, homeware and gardenware.

One lucky shopper has managed to find three mirrors for just £1.20.

Posting in Facebook's Extreme Couponing & Bargains group, she said: "£1.20 for a set of 3 mirrors in Asda."

Shoppers took to the comments to share their excitement with many tagging their friends and family.

One wrote: "Can you look if you pop in tomorrow."

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While another said: "Will you get me two?"

And someone else said: "Need these for the bathroom."

It doesn't say how much the items were originally but on the Asda website there were a similar set of three mirrors going for £12.

This is one of the cheapest prices we've seen for hanging mirrors.

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In comparison, Wayfair is selling some for £34.99 while Amazon has some for £21.99.

It's always worth shopping around for the best deal as you may be able to find something for cheaper.

You might also be able to get the same £1.20 bargain by checking in your local Asda store.

You can find your nearest by using the branch locator tool on the Asda website.

Over the weekend, shoppers were rushing to the supermarket to buy the famous egg chair that was on sale for £189.

One shopper managed to blag the famous Novaro egg chair for a huge £189 less than its original price.

It had been priced at £249 but the lucky shopper managed to get it for just £60.

And last week, lucky shoppers managed to blag a Lego set for just 70p.


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Small sets were scanning for just 70p, while others were £1.50 and £2 at the supermarket in Handsworth, Sheffield.

On the Lego website, the same sets are £8.99.

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