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Thrifty mothers show off their huge present hauls ALREADY

Have YOU started Christmas shopping? Thrifty mothers show off the huge present hauls they’ve bought ALREADY – after picking up bargain buys in the sales at Argos, Asda and The Entertainer

  • Eager British mothers have showed off their bargain Christmas buys already
  • Showcased to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group 
  • One woman claims to have saved £500 thanks to an Argos clearance sale

Despite how far away it may seem in the summer sun, the Christmas countdown has already begun for these British savvy shoppers. 

With less than 200 days until 25th December, some eager mothers have showcased their bargain buys from Argos, Asda and Entertainer sales that they plan to keep as presents.

Taking to the private Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, one parent revealed that she had spent just £200 on an Argos order which was worth more than £700 – and had completed her Christmas toy shopping. 

And other bargain-hunters were quick to share their finds, admitting that they’d also finished their festive purchases.

Despite how far away it may seem in the summer sun, the Christmas countdown has already begun for these British savvy shoppers (above)

With less than 200 days until December 25th, some eager mothers have showcased their bargain buys (above) from Argos, Asda and Entertainer sales that they plan to keep as presents

With less than 200 days until December 25th, some eager mothers have showcased their bargain buys (above) from Argos, Asda and Entertainer sales that they plan to keep as presents

The parents shared their purchases (above) to the private Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group

The parents shared their purchases (above) to the private Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group

Boasting a range of monster trucks, cars and even a dollhouse, the mother wrote in her post: ‘£707 worth of toys for £202 [in the] Argos clearance sale. Managed to finish my children’s Christmas shopping and the last two birthdays I have this year.’

She shared three pictures of her purchases, which also included a Toy Story 4 Buzz Lightyear toy.

Another thrilled shopper took to the group earlier this week and shared her sale purchases from Asda, having spent only £80 on a wide range of well-known character toys.

One parent (pictured) revealed that she had spent just £200 on an Argos order which was worth more than £700 - and had completed her Christmas toy shopping

One parent (pictured) revealed that she had spent just £200 on an Argos order which was worth more than £700 – and had completed her Christmas toy shopping

Another thrilled shopper took to the group earlier this week and shared her sale purchases from Asda, having spent only £80 on a wide range of well-known character toys (pictured)

Another thrilled shopper took to the group earlier this week and shared her sale purchases from Asda, having spent only £80 on a wide range of well-known character toys (pictured)

‘Christmas shopping [has] started in my house. £80 for all this in Asda’s sale. Will have two very happy children.’

Members were quick to comment on the posts and share their festive excitement.

One woman admitted: ‘I have completed my daughter’s Christmas with all amazing bargains and started my daughter’s 2nd birthday too (next July).’

And other bargain-hunters were quick to share their finds, admitting that they'd also finished their festive purchases (pictured)

And other bargain-hunters were quick to share their finds, admitting that they’d also finished their festive purchases (pictured)

Another said: ‘The Entertainer has loads on sale at the moment too! I’ve managed to get all my Christmas shopping done there and Argos clearance.’

A third added: ‘That’s Christmas well and truly started. My wee man will be over the moon. Nothing over £5.’

While a fourth wrote: ‘I completed all my nieces, nephews and my two daughters while in B&M. Now just not to crack and let them have them early.’ 

Shoppers suggested that the best way to grab these bargains was by trying to find them in store rather than online. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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