Shoppers are going wild for huge sales in Superdrug, Poundstretcher and JD – with extras being thrown in for FREE | The Sun

EAGLE-eyed shoppers have noticed that a number of cult brands are running summer sales with huge discounts.

They’ve found River Island rails with everything for £10, make-up being flogged for as cheap as 10p and Nike trainers reduced from £115 to £25.

The Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK is a one-stop shop for finding out about sales and discounts before anyone else.

In Poundstretcher, bottles of bath salts have been reduced to £1.25 each, while a packet of baby wipes is 44p and hand sanitiser bottles are ten for £1.

Embryolisse, a French pharmaceutical skincare company, has some of its moisturisers and serums slashed half in price in Superdrug.

Iconic make-up brushes brand Spectrum Collections has reduced some of its bundles by 80%, including the Siren range for £20 down from £75.

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A big bottle of luxury haircare brand K18’s professional molecular repair hair mask has been reduced by 44% to £49.99 – with beauty fans in the Facebook group dubbing it “better than Olaplex”.

Other members have shared what they’ve bought amid the summer sales season.

The only catch is that a lot of the hefty discounts are better found in stores.

Anna Evans nabbed a pair of Nike Air Force 1 trainers in pink and cream for £25 – down from £115.

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“Last size in the shop was 3.5 womens,” she said. “Maybe that's why they were so cheap. I absolutely love them.”

Similarly, Laura Stankard nabbed two pairs of fabric Adidas trainers for £25 and £15 in the sportswear shop.

Vicky Lovett walked away from a Superdrug shop with FREE stick-on nail sets. 

For a cool £15, she picked up five bottles of Pantene shampoo for £1.25 each, two Pantene conditioners at £2.99 each, two bottles of nail polish remover for £1.49 and two make-up sponges for £1.49.

Four packets of false nail kits worth £39.96 were thrown into her order for free by the drugstore. 

“It was because I bought four beauty accessories, so got four nail kits,” she explained. 

Also in Superdrug, Katie Appleby nabbed seven tubes of toothpaste for £2.80. 

The Closeup bottles were slashed to just 40p each.

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