I went to one of the UK's biggest Home Bargains & was blown away by the sky-high aisles and Easter buys | The Sun

I went to one of the UK's biggest Home Bargains & was blown away by the sky-high aisles and Easter buys | The Sun

February 20, 2023

A SHOPAHOLIC did a trawl of a huge Home Bargains store and was blown away by aisles lined with Easter and summer products already.

The store was bursting with bunnies, flowers and chocolate eggs.

YouTuber Carly Elizabeth recorded herself walking through the mammoth store and gave shoppers a glimpse into the Spring shelves.

The mum-of-three laughed: “It’s probably a bit early for me to be thinking about Easter.

“But then again, I wouldn’t mind having a few creme eggs.”

She showed rows of children’s Easter pyjamas, chocolate eggs and even Peter Rabbit merchandise. 

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Carly narrated: “They’ve got loads of really beautiful things in.

“And for that, loads of little gift ideas, little baskets.”

She pointed out an iridescent bunny rabbit cup for £2.49 – which had ears poking out of the top – and suggested filling it with sweets as a gift idea. 

Carly continued: “The little ‘happy Easter’ bunting that’s made of wood, I did get that last year and it’s really lovely.

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“I love the little crates as well.

“So if you do Easter hampers, then they are just perfect for that.”

She also showed Peter Rabbit teddies for £12.59, as well as quirky rabbit stuffed toys for £9.99.

Carly, from Cheshire, went on to show an array of outdoor furniture.

The shelves were stacked with plant pots, wicker chairs, firepits and outdoor ornaments.

She said: “I’m very excited to be out in the garden again.”

“I was really impressed as well with their homeware.

“There were loads of things that I really liked, like the bedside tables, little coffee tables.”

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Strolling down the storage aisles, she noted: “It’s funny isn’t it, after Christmas they always fill up aisles with loads of storage boxes.

“It’s when they need to fill all the gaps still with new stock.”

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