IF money were no object, we’d exclusively do our food and clothes shopping in Marks & Spencer – but we all know their products can cost a small fortune.
That said, savvy shoppers have been showing off their epic M&S hauls after the Outlets slashed their prices by over 50 per cent- and people can hardly believe the stores exist in the first place.
This shopper bagged £134 worth of clothes for £38.75 in her local M&S outletCredit: Joanne Coughlin / Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group / Facebook
Posting on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, one shopper revealed how she bagged two wool jumpers for £12.50 and a stylish £35 poncho for a fiver.
She wrote: “If you have a M&S outlet near you it might be worth a trip! [There was ]50% off everything at Dalton Park.”
Showing off her bargain buys, the woman also snapped up a £25 stripy top for £8.75, some £6 ski pants and a £20 cardigan which was reduced to £6.25.
And while the haul would have ordinarily have set her back £134, she bought it all for just £38.75 as most items were over 50 per cent off.
Another shopper paid £70 for £221 worth of homeware and Christmas decorationsCredit: Kirsty Watling / Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group / Facebook
Meanwhile, another member revealed how they’d stocked up on £221 worth of homeware and Christmas decorations and paid just £70 for them in the Newcastle store.
Sharing a photo of their enormous receipt, the shopper got an extra 50 per cent off sale cards and wrapping paper in the outlet shop.
But you’ll have to move quickly if you fancy stocking up on the bargains – as the outlet sale ends on 31 October.
Although the posts racked up hundreds of posts from other bargain hunters, some members were amazed to find out that M&S have outlet stores.
One replied: “M&S have outlet stores?! Love their kids clothes.”
Tagging a mate in the comments, another added: “I never knew these existed!”
For more bargain buys, Sainsbury’s has slashed the price of Barbies in massive toy sale & parents are racing to get the camper van with £90 off.
And Poundland is selling kids’ Christmas jumpers for £2 and shoppers are going wild.
Plus this savvy mum bagged £6 L.O.L Surprise toys for just £1.99 in B&M & shoppers are rushing to stock up.
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