Woman's incredible £10 advent calendar deal goes viral
A money-saving shopper has seriously impressed the internet after finding a Nivea advent calendar for just £10 down from over £50.
Millie Redrup, 28, spotted the treat-filled advent calendar for just £10 at Morrisons, though it sells for £51.69 on Amazon, and shared her find to money-saving Facebook community Latest Deals, Extreme Couponing & Bargains Group.
Millie, who works in customer service in London, shared a photo of her find and wrote: "£10 MORRISONS”, and quickly garnered hundreds of likes and comments, with fellow members of the bargain-hunting community commenting: "That looks great and a really good price!”and "This looks like a really good deal”.
Millie told LatestDeals.co.uk: "I saw the calendar advertised in store for £20 last week and couldn’t believe it was reduced to £10 at Morrisons! It’s such a bargain.
"I was so excited to see it reduced to £10. Beauty calendars can be so expensive so getting one at such a bargain price is fab!
"Money has been tight this year as I’ve been quite unwell so knowing I can afford to have a beauty calendar too makes me very happy.
“When I saw the calendar on Amazon for over £50 I felt like I just got the bargain of the year - it never happens to me either so I feel really lucky.
"My top tip is to not buy things too early, you want to be organised of course but holding off for a bit can save you a lot of money.
“It’s an absolute bargain, perfect for a Christmas pressie too if you want to open early. The box is beautiful.
"I thought the calendar was reasonably priced at £20 but at £10 it’s an absolute steal. Can’t wait to have perfect skin this Christmas!"
Tom Church, co-founder of LatestDeals.co.uk, says: “Well done to eagle-eyed Millie for spotting this fantastic advent calendar at such a reduced price.
"As we head into December and towards Christmas, now’s the time to snap up all the advent calendars you’ve been dreaming of at really reduced prices: keep an eye on LatestDeals.co.uk for daily examples of calendars with slashed prices."