I nabbed 40 bits of kids' clothing in the Asda sale & saved myself £380 – some outfits were only £2 | The Sun

THERE'S no feeling quite like getting yourself a bargain – especially when you least expect it.

One woman who knows just how that feels is Jessica Tucker, who took to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, to share two snaps of her very impressive Asda clothing haul.

Alongside the images, she penned: "With a little one on the way I am more than happy with this little purchase.

"Please note this was last week! ASDA!"

She went on to explain that the 28 items in the first photo should've come to £319.50 but instead totalled £56.60.

However, with the addition of a Blue Light card, she managed to get the price down even further to just £51.


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Then, in the second photo, the 12 items would have originally come to £137, but Jessica nabbed them for £25.20.

Amongst the items include a 101 Dalmations set, Winnie the Pooh dress and black sparkly trousers – all for just £2 each.

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The post has since garnered a whopping 1,400 likes and hundreds of comments – with many commending Jessica on spotting the bargain buys.

"I love it when they reduce the clothes that cheap, I use to do that and get a range of sizes. Amazing haul," praised one.

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A second enthused: "Wow! That’s an absolute bargain! Lovely clothes."

A third noted: "Well done! I never find bargains like this in my Asda."

Meanwhile, a fourth pointed out: "Lots of items reduced to £1 where I work."

Another added: "Wow! That's awesome!"

And a further penned: "Love Asda sales they always reduce items by a lot."

Elsewhere, one person questioned: "You must have a very big family for all of that?"

A social media user jumped to Jessica's defence and argued: "What does it matter weather she has a big family or not she hasn't got to justify anything to you?"

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