IF YOU are in the right place at the right time, you can be lucky enough to stumble upon a bargain.
A shopper shared how they piled high the 28 boxes of cereal they picked up for 18p each from Sainsbury’s[/caption]
They had found Sainsbury’s Elf Munch Mix, discounted down from £1.50[/caption]
The excited customer shared how they picked up Sainsbury’s Christmas Elf Cereal Mix for a fraction of the usual £1.50 cost.
The festive breakfast treat is described as being “a mixture of extruded wheat and rice rings with strawberry flavouring, extruded rice pops with cocoa powder, whole grain wheat stars with vanilla flavouring and cornflakes.”
Taking to Facebook, they shared how they took home a staggering 28 boxes.
In a, they showed the boxes piled high in their lounge.
The Sainsbury’s fan wrote: “Just cleared the shelf in Sainsbury’s.
“Elf breakfast cereal only 18p a box, and it’s yummy.”
While many people were hugely impressed with their bumper saving, others weren’t too happy about it.
One supportive person wrote: “Well done, congratulations, Pat on the back.”
Another added: “Fabulous, that’s a fantastic find.”
However, some took issue with the amount they had bought.
One shopper commented: “28 boxes of ceral is just pure greed idc if I get hate for this comment you all know it’s facts take 3/4/5 but not 28 have some consideration for the parents who maybe can’t rush down to the shops as soon as the sales starts what a sad greedy world we live in today.”
However, one person defended the bargain hunter, saying: “People are only mad because they weren’t there first to grab all the boxes for themselves.”
Sainsbury’s customers have also been raving about their viral £20 pyjamas.
Hannah Briggs, who posts about midsize fashion, uploaded a video showing off the stylish sleepwear.
On her @itshannahbriggs account, Hannah said: “POV you find the viral Sainsbury’s pjs.”
The first pair she bought was a white set with red heart-shaped polkadots.
It even came with a matching scrunchie in the same pattern included in the price.
And perfect for Valentine’s Day was a red and pair that had a heart design all over it.
Finally, Hannah got a gingham pink set that looked very Barbiecore, which also came with a matchingaccessory.
She said the pyjamas cost around £20 each and she had gone to about five shops before she had managed to find them.
The Sainsbury’s shopper excitedly showed off their bargain find[/caption]