BAG a bargain this Halloween.
With just over a week to go to the spookiest day of the year, there are some scarily good deals on loot bags and sweets.
So creep to the shops and grab yours today.
PLUSH BAG: George Home Mummy Plush Bucket, £3 at Asda
TREAT BUCKET: Morrisons Treat Bucket Glow In The Dark, £1.50 at Morrisons
FELT BAG: Halloween Felt Cat Bucket, £3 at waitrose.com
PARTY BAGS: 15 Halloween Treat bags, £1 at poundstretcher.co.uk
LIGHT UP: Morrisons Light Up Treat Bucket, £5 at Morrisons
CHOCOLATE: Sainsbury's Milk Chocolate Pumpkins 104g, £1 at Sainsbury’s
CANDY: Haribo Tangfastics Sweets Share Bag 175g, £1 at Morrisons
SAVE: 25p on the same item elsewhere
MULTIBUY: Swizzels Super Stars Variety Mix 630g, was £3.99 now but two for £6 at Morrisons
SAVE: £1.98 when buying two
HALLOWEEN THEMED: Swizzels Mummy Mix Halloween Sweets 340g, £2 or buy two for £3 at Wilko
SAVE: £1 when buying two
VEGAN: Bebeto Fizzy Fangs, 150g, 89p at Asda
Prices correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers subject to availability.
WEBSITE OF THE WEEK
WORRIED about potential toy shortages this year? Then shop early – and cheaply – with new site BargainMax.co.uk
The site lists thousands of competitively priced toys, games and collectibles and specialises in big name brands from the likes of Disney, Lego, Barbie and more.
Prices can be up to 50 per cent cheaper than standard toy stores with free delivery on all orders over £9.99. Search via age, brand or try the clearance section for even bigger discounts.
Daniel McKay, Marketing Director, said: “If savvy shoppers want to pick up the latest and best branded toys for their little ones without breaking the bank, this is the site for you.”
Daniel’s Top Toy Tips for Families on a Budget
1. Don’t panic buy. If your little one has their heart set on a specific toy, don’t be tempted into a hasty purchase. Toy deals and discounts change day to day, and even hour to hour on some sites, so waiting even a couple of days before buying could save you a decent chunk of change. Don’t be worried if a specific deal expires – there’s always another one around the corner.
2. Most sites offer a first-time buyer discount if you sign up to the newsletter (you can always unsubscribe later). If you hunt down a discount code, try and group your purchases together into one order so you get the most money off at once.
3. Always double and triple check the specs when you’re buying toys online. Something that might look like a fantastic deal on the surface might be the completely wrong product when it arrives.
In other money-saving news, check out this mum who raves about simple ‘52-week challenge’ that’ll help you save over £1k without even noticing.
And this savvy mum shares a different envelope hack for saving £5,050 in less than half a year.
Meanwhile, we shared how to save £1,500 in 12 months with the 365 day challenge.
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