Tesco shoppers rush to buy bargain bedding that scans at tills for £8 instead of £32 | The Sun

TESCO shoppers have been rushing to buy bargain bedding scanning at £24 less than its original price.

The supermarket giant has reduced the price on a variety of bedding, including a a king size duvet cover, which has been reduced from £32 to £8.

Eagle-eyed shoppers spied the deal available at certain stores.

Posing on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains Facebook group, one shopper shared the bargain find.

They wrote: "Tesco bedding reduced in price. Not advertised we had to scan as you go and scanned a few and realised they were down.

"£17king size bedding down to £4.25 and the more expensive king size £32 down to £8.


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"Got doubles down to £3 and PlayStation single bedding down to £3."

Fellow bargain hunters couldn't believe their eyes at the price.

One shopper said: "Love a bit of bedding".

Another added: "I went a little bit crazy with these bargains too."

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When prices are reduced by this much it's usually in order for stores to clear excess stock, so prices and stock will vary from store to store.

It's always best to phone ahead to your local shop to check what they have available to avoid disappointment.

You can find your nearest Tesco store using the locator tool on the website.

It also always pays to compare prices across different retailers so you know you're getting the best deal.

We found similar duvet sets on sale on John Lewis and Very for £10.

While a king-size duvet set from Dunelm will set you back £9.

But, of course, there may be variations in quality.

Prices can also vary day to day and by what deals are on at the time, plus remember you might pay for delivery if you're ordering online.

You can compare prices on platforms like Google shopping.

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Meanwhile, B&M shoppers have been rushing to buy bargain furniture scanning at tills for just 50p instead of £20.

And Asda shoppers have spotted a gift set scanning for 2p instead of £10.

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