WITH families looking to save money anywhere they can, the hunt is on for Christmas bargains.
It can be an expensive time of year once you've bought gifts, Christmas dinner and decorations.
So bargain hunters are racing to nab the “perfect present” scanning for 90 per cent off in Asda.
Savvy shopper Katie shared her cheap find after bagging a trolley full of £6 throws for just 60p each at the supermarket in Dunfermline, Fife.
The navy moon and stars printed fleece blankets are still listed as £6 online.
But the in-store discount means you can pick up 10 for the ticketed price.
Posting a picture of her huge haul on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, Katie said there was still a "full shelf left" after she'd grabbed a pile.
The selfless shopper also revealed she plans to donate her buys to a children's charity.
But other bargain hunters have insisted they would make the perfect festive gift.
"These would be great for Christmas prezzies for friends with some chocs", said one.
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A second agreed: "Perfect Christmas gifts."
And a third echoed: "I'd have bought a few for my house and bought more to put in hampers for Christmas gifts.
"Christmas is hard and that's a bargain"
Before knowing her Katie's plans for the throws, another joked: "Looks like your family members are having blankets for Christmas lol."
Others, however, still blasted the shopper for taking so many.
"Maybe save some for other people", fumed one.
A second wrote: "This is just saying look what I’ve found, but tough s*** there none left cause I’ve got them all."
Meanwhile, a third added: "Looks like you cleared the shelf."
Katie immediately hit back: " I didn't buy them all but thanks for your opinion."
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