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Shoppers racing to stock up on energy-saving essential scanning for just £4.99

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SHOPPERS are desperate to nab an energy-saving essential slashed in price – it’s just £4.99.

The mega deal was spotted at popular chain, Farmfoods, and sparked a frenzy in the aisles.

The cost-cutting devices usually retail for £20

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The cost-cutting devices usually retail for £20Credit: Facebook

The Daewoo heated blankets were marked up for under a fiver, when customers have to fork out £20 to buy on Amazon.

Shoppers were also delighted to see the brand’s fan heaters on sale for the same price.

The deals were found at a branch in Maryhill, Glasgow.

Although summer is fast approaching, it is always worth stocking up on these energy-saving essentials while they boast such low price tags.

An eagle-eyed bargain hunter shared the discount on social media.

Their helpful post, uploaded on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group read: “Single and double electric blankets as well as fan heaters £4.99 each Farmfoods.

“Not the right season obviously but a bargain nonetheless! This was Glasgow Maryhill store.”

Another shopper asked their pal: “Grab me the blanket tomorrow please,” in the comment section.

“Wow,” agreed another

A third penned: “Can we go tomorrow please!”

Farmfoods is a Scottish family business that’s been running for the past 60 years.

While they specialise in frozen food, they also sell “groceries, chilled foods, bread, milk, fresh fruit and vegetables along with a range of household items”.

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“Our whole business and culture is focused on bringing our customers the best value on their shopping and because we are a private, family owned business you can trust that we want to be doing this for many years to come and therefore have all of our efforts focused on it,” they added on their website.

To check if you have a Farmfoods near you, visit the Store Finder here.

It comes as others have shared their amazing bargain finds.

One revealed a clever way you can get £14 decking tiles for just £1 in another budget store.

Meanwhile, others hailed a ‘beautiful’ £2.49 buy that instantly lights up their gardens – perfect for the summertime.

And, shoppers are running to B&Q to snap up a 75p bargain buy that’ll spruce up your outdoor space in an instant. 

How to bag a bargain

SUN Savers Editor Lana Clements explains how to find a cut-price item and bag a bargain…

Sign up to loyalty schemes of the brands that you regularly shop with.

Big names regularly offer discounts or special lower prices for members, among other perks.

Sales are when you can pick up a real steal.

Retailers usually have periodic promotions that tie into payday at the end of the month or Bank Holiday weekends, so keep a lookout and shop when these deals are on.

Sign up to mailing lists and you’ll also be first to know of special offers. It can be worth following retailers on social media too.

When buying online, always do a search for money off codes or vouchers that you can use vouchercodes.co.uk and myvouchercodes.co.uk are just two sites that round up promotions by retailer.

Scanner apps are useful to have on your phone. Trolley.co.uk app has a scanner that you can use to compare prices on branded items when out shopping.

Bargain hunters can also use B&M’s scanner in the app to find discounts in-store before staff have marked them out.

And always check if you can get cashback before paying which in effect means you’ll get some of your money back or a discount on the item.

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