Asda shoppers go wild as kids clothes prices slashed to just £2 in huge sale – as one mum saves £250 | The Sun

ASDA shoppers have rushed to stores to buy kids clothes scanning for just £2 in a huge sale.

The supermarket giant slashed the price of certain wardrobe items with major savings on offer for punters.

A number of keen shoppers spied the items in their local store and spread the word.

They alerted others to the incredible bargain buy by sharing the nifty find on social media.

One savvy saver revealed that the Asda in Fareham was selling clothes for just £2.

Posting the find to the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK  Facebook group, she said: "Don't walk, run to Asda Fareham Newgate Lane!

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"They have tonnes of clothes reduced to £2, including Billie Friars.

"Just a couple of the bits I bought today, but I got about £300 of stuff for about 50 quid."

Another also alerted the group: "Get over to Asda, all sale clothing reduced to £2 now! I’m in Fareham."

And some commenters in places such as Workington, Huddersfield, Derby and Livingston confirmed they also had incredible bargains on offer.

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One social media user wrote: "So happy with the deals at ASDA."

"What a bargain," exclaimed another.

While a third group member lamented: "There are never any good deals in my local."

Other happy punters were especially pleased with the discounts on kids clothing.

One member of the group wrote: "Asda George Kids Sale clothing all being reduced to £1 or £2 this morning!!!"

And with kids going back to school it may be the perfect time to nab a bargain.

Of course, just because this one shopper found the items 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.

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It comes as shoppers rushed to Costco to nab a £5 bargain buy that's perfect for keeping you cool in warm weather.

And earlier this week, people were heading to Tesco's to grab swimming pools and kids toys scanning for £2 at the tills. 

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