Tesco shoppers rush to buy huge 'brilliant' kitchen essential scanning for just £7.50 at the till | The Sun

TESCO shoppers have been rushing to buy a kitchen essential that has been scanning at the till for just £7.50.

The supermarket giant is offering a four-slice toaster for £22.50.

But one lucky shopper took her item to the till only to discover it was going for £7.50.

That's a £15 discount.

Posting in Facebook's Extreme Couponing & Bargains page, she said: "First time posting on here.

"Needed a new toaster went to Tescos had this reduced to £22.50 but went through the till st £7.50."

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And shoppers took to the comments to say they were impressed.

One commented: "Brilliant bargain."

Another said: "What a buy. Well done."

And someone else said: "Well done, here's to you getting many more bargains."

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Of course, bear in mind that stock and prices can vary from store to store.

Remember, it's only a save if you were after the item anyway.

It's always worth heading down to your local Tesco to see if you can grab the deal too.

If you don't live near a Tesco then you might be able to find a cheap deal elsewhere.

For example, at the time of writing we saw a similar size toaster being sold at Curry's for £26.

How else can I save on my supermarket shop?

There are many ways you can cut costs on your groceries.

Firstly, take advantage of supermarket schemes as the majority offer them and it's an easy way to earn points and save cash.

We've got some great tips on how to make the most of the loyalty schemes you're signed up to here.

Keep an eye out for offers too.

For example, Morrisons is currently offering shoppers the 5p off a litre of fuel when they spent £35 in store and online.

Tere are cheap food clubs run by local community groups or charities floating around.

They're different to food banks because you don't need to be referred by anyone to join one.

These clubs link up with local supermarkets, who donate food nearing their sell-by date.

They are usually run from public places, such as church halls.

There are also food waste apps to make use of.

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The Too Good To Go app, for instance, matches you with local food outlets that have food left at the end of the day to sell for less.

You pay from £1 to £7 for a ‘magic’ bag or box from a local business that contains a surprise mix of products.

Do you have a money problem that needs sorting? Get in touch by emailing [email protected]

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