A BEAUTY fan has shared how she managed to bag Bondi Sands fake tanner for just once pence per bottle in Superdrug.
Plus the tanning fan said you can get a bottle for free if you purchase more of the brand’s line.
A beauty fan has shared how she managed to bag Bondi Sands fake tan for just once pence per bottle in SuperdrugCredit: tiktok/@jessflorence_
Jess said the bargain was such a steal she had no choice but to clear the shelvesCredit: PR HANDOUT
Jess Florence shared the find in a TikTok video online.
She said: “So I just want to do a really quick story.”
“I went in Superdrug and I saw these on the shelf. They’re little miniature bottles of the Bondi Sands Ultra Dark.”
Jess confessed at first she didn’t believe the bargain was true and went to a staff member to verify it.
She said: “On the ticket it said one pence. So I was like, that’s weird.”
The beauty fan also learned the store was doing a deal on Bondi Sands products which offers a free mini tanner with purchases over £15.
Jess said: “It said that if you spend more than £15 on Bondi Sands products, you get this for free.”
“But obviously on the shelf it said one pence.”
The shop assistant confirmed that Jess could buy a mini tanner for just 1p and naturally Jess cleared the shelves.
She said: “So I asked the girl and she said, yeah, you can just buy them.”
“So I bought them all. I bought like 15 of them.”
“Anyway, if you’re going to Superdrug and you see these on the shelf, you can buy them for one pence each.”
The beauty fan also added the little mini tanners are great if you’re hoping to tan while abroad.
She said: “They’re like perfect little travel sizes.”
Jess video’s racked up 217,000 views online and fellow beauty fans couldn’t believe the deal she found.
One user said: “ Don’t believe that if it is am getting one tomorrow.”
Another said: “Get yourself down to superdrug.”
However many beauty fans figured out it seemed like the Superdrug worker may have made a mistake when selling the fake tanner.
A Superdrug worker confessed: “We’re not allowed to sell them as they are a ‘free gift’ but we have to let customers know that they’re a penny, not free.”
Another said: “Someone at that Superdrug is gonna get a bollocking, lucky you for getting such a steal though!”