Dunelm shoppers rush to buy kitchen must-have scanning for £32 instead of £129 | The Sun

Dunelm shoppers rush to buy kitchen must-have scanning for £32 instead of £129 | The Sun

September 11, 2023

DUNELM shoppers have rushed to stores to buy a kitchen must-have scanning for £32 instead of £129.

Retailers often slash prices on products to clear stock and it means you can grab some absolute bargains.

And Dunelm seriously reduced the price of one kitchen essential with major savings on offer for punters.

A keen shopper spied the bar stool in their local store in Stafford, West Midlands, and was thrilled at the price.

They then alerted others to the potential bargain by sharing the nifty find on social media.

Posting on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group, they shared a photo of a comfy bar stool.

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They said: "Has anyone seen the below at any Dunelm in the midlands?

"Managed get 2 from Stafford."

At £32.35 the bar stool was being flogged for a whopping 75 per cent off the original price.

Another member of the group replied that they would look at their local store the next day.

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But unfortunately for that punter they could not scoop the same bargain as the original poster.

Made from grey faux leather the bar stool would be a great purchase for anyone looking to spruce up their kitchen.

Of course, just because this one shopper found the bar stool for so cheap, that doesn't mean you will.

Retailers often slash product prices by this much to clear stock so the discounts are unique to single stores.

It's always best to phone ahead to your local shop to check what bargains they have available so you aren't left empty handed.

And you should always compare prices with other retailers so you know the best place to save cash.

However, Facebook groups such as Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK are a good place to start to find a bargain.

Users on the page regularly post photos of products they have found on the cheap, sometimes including what store they found them in.

You can use websites like Price Runner and Price Spy to compare prices on thousands of products.

And you can use the Google Shopping tab and do a quick scan of other similar products on sale online as well.

It comes as Dunelm shoppers also scramble to buy home furniture that was a whopping 85 per cent off.

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Meanwhile, B&M shoppers have been rushing to buy home furniture scanning at just £1 instead of £60.

Plus, they've also spotted bargain garden furniture scanning at tills for just £40.

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