SHOPPERS are rushing to nab Nike hoodies that are scanning for £7.97 at the till… but there’s a catch.
Caroline Wood told people to “run, don’t walk” after taking a reduced jumper from the sportswear brand to the till thinking it would cost £15.95.
But it was 50% cheaper than marked – meaning she nabbed the £64.95 grey hoodie for just short of £8.
Caroline even went back to pick up a second one after discovering the bargain price.
However, she warned that the Nike Sportswear Club Fleece+ is only available in outlet stores.
The dip dyed pullover hoodie also only came in a gradient pattern of dark smoke grey and light smoke grey.
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Caroline nabbed the jumper at Oxfordshire luxury outlet shopping centre Bicester Village.
However, it is available in other Nike Outlet stores – including at Resorts World Birmingham and Braintree Village in Essex.
Caroline shared her bargain in Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK and shoppers flocked to the comments to share their amazement.
“That’s well nice,” one said.
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“I paid about £45 in May for my hubby’s,” another penned.
“What a bargain!”
“We got this with the matching shorts but that is a bargain,” a third commented.
“Hoping to get some decent bits at the weekend.”
Nike calls its outlet stores Factory Stores and you can pick up anything from clothes to heavily discounted trainers.
The Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group is a one-stop-shop for all bargain and discount news.
Shoppers on the group recently unearthed £20 bedsheets from B&M scanning for £2 at the till.
They also raved about Millie's Cookies dupes being flogged for a fraction of the price in Morrisons.
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