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Shopper bags MASSIVE Aldi haul including table and chairs at discounted prices


AN Aldi shopper has bagged a huge kid’s furniture haul – including tables and chairs – after prices were slashed at her local store.

Carla Mechlan said she bagged a selection of items including a toy box, bookcase and a table and chairs set for up to £16 off their original price tags.

The savvy shopper bagged loads of kid's furniture for less at Aldi

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The savvy shopper bagged loads of kid’s furniture for less at AldiCredit: Facebook / /Extreme Couponing And Bargains UK

She said she got the toy box for £17.99 instead of £29.99, the table and chairs for £29.99 instead of £39.99, and the bookcase for £19.99 down from £34.99.

The happy shopper posted her bargains to the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group.

Carla joked that she “only went in for tea bags” to her local store in Annan, Scotland, but came out with some great deals instead.

She said she only found out that the items were reduced when she went to the till to pay for them.

Speaking to The Sun, Carla said: “It was a great find, and saves me a trip to IKEA.

“I came out with furniture for my boys’ room and got it for less than sticker prices, win win!”

She got this bookcase for nearly £16 less than it's original price

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She got this bookcase for nearly £16 less than it’s original priceCredit: Facebook / /Extreme Couponing And Bargains UK
This toy box was a bargain too

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This toy box was a bargain tooCredit: Facebook / /Extreme Couponing And Bargains UK

We’ve asked Aldi whether the prices for the items have been lowered across all stores, or whether the sale was just on at the store in Annan.

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But we’ll update you as soon as we know more.

Hundreds of shoppers liked the shopper’s post on Facebook.

One said the prices were “brilliant” and many said they needed to take a trip to their local branch to see if they could get the same bargain.

The Sun spotted that the same or similar items were being sold for more at Aldi’s rivals.

Children’s Tepee bookcases were going for £76 at Wayfair, while kid’s tables and chairs were going for £65 at Robert Dyas.

Toy boxes were being flogged for £59 at Dunelm.

But before you splash out, make sure to compare prices online.

You could find something similar going for less at another store.

How to find top bargain deals

FINDING deals and offers can be tricky if you don’t know where to look.

Here’s a list of hacks you can use to become a bargain hunting pro and save on your shopping bill:

Join Facebook groupsExtreme Couponing and Bargains UK, Latest Deals and Reduce Your Supermarket Spend are all Facebook groups helping you reduce your spending and find good deals

Get following – Follow your favourite shops on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and sign up to its newsletters to get the latest on any offers

Check hotukdeals – The deal-sharing website lists offers as they’re spotted by savvy shoppers

Use barcode scanners – Retailers such as B&M let shoppers scan the barcodes on its app to see if it’s actually cheaper than the price listed on the shelf

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Other deal hunters have dished out tips on how to get massive discounts and even freebies from big name shops.

One money-saving shopper revealed how he got a £250 cabinet from Homebase without paying a penny.

While another explained how to get a £20 Studio 8ft pool for just £10.

Here’s the best supermarket bargains this week revealed, including Aldi, Lidl and Tesco.

We have a round-up of the cheapest swimming pools available to buy from shops like Aldi and Argos.

Plus we couldn’t leave pets out of the summer fun, as B&M has brought back its £5 cooling mats, and they look just like fun fruit slices.

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