Parents flock to Boots to nab Tommee Tippee cut-price items as one mum proudly shows off £70 haul she nabbed for £10 | The Sun

PARENTS are scrambling to Boots, desperate to get their hands on a selection of cut-price Tommee Tippee products.

So if you’ve got a little one or know someone who is expecting, you’ll want to head down to your local Boots and keep your eyes peeled.

Savvy shopper Nadine Phillips was one person lucky enough to bag some of the brilliant bargain buys, as she took to social media to show off her epic haul. 

Nadine proudly took to Facebook yesterday to share her cheap buys, leaving many stunned. 

Posting in the Facebook group, Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, which has 2.2million members, bargain hunter Nadine shared pictures of her sale buys – three Tommee Tippee items that had been massively reduced.

Nadine explained that she never normally has much luck finding items in the sale, but luckily for her, she hit the jackpot when shopping in her local Boots store, in St Albans.

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She said: “I never find things but found these absolute bargains in [the] Boots reduced section!!

“Mini Ollie the owl £3.10.

“Tommee Tippee gro egg £3.44.

“Tommee Tippee dream maker £3.75.” 

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Nadine was lucky enough to bag the three Tommee Tippe items for just £10.29 in total.

The savvy shopper shared screenshots of the items being sold online, to show how much they normally retail for.

The Mini Ollie owl normally costs £19.99, the Gro Egg is £24.99 and the Dream Maker is also £24.99.

If Nadine were to have bought the three items online, it would have cost her a whopping £69.97.

As a result, thanks to Nadine’s cheap finds in Boots, she saved a whopping £59.68 in total. 

Nadine’s post has clearly impressed many, as it has quickly amassed 553 likes and 152 comments. 

Many parents were envious of Nadine’s cheap buys and were desperate to pick some up themselves. 

One person said: “I’ve been trying to find gro eggs in the sales for months. You’re so lucky!”

Another added: “Well done. You saved a lot.”

A third commented: “BARGAINS! Well done!” 

Whilst one shopper tagged a friend and noted: “I want them all!!! To Boots we go!” 

Meanwhile, one bargain hunter posted: “If anyone sees the dream maker at theirs, please get one for me. I will happily pay plus postage.”

At the same time, many parents praised these Tommee Tippee products.

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One mum shared: “I swear by the owl it's a godsend. My little one loves it and the bonus is it can be charged up.”

Whilst another parent claimed: “Dream maker is fantastic!! My little [one] had it since newborn. She [is] now nearly two [and] still uses it.” 

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