Asda shoppers can’t believe their eyes as they spot frying pans scanning for just 30p | The Sun

SHOPPERS have been left stunned after seeing frying pans selling for 30p in a popular supermarket store. 

Eagle-eyed shoppers spotted the bargain in Asda’s George Home section and people can’t believe their eyes.

The 20cm frying pan is easy to clean and comes with a three-year guarantee. 

It looks like the deal is only available in-store as the 30p pan isn't listed anywhere on the Asda website. 

One happy shopper flocked to share the bargain in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group. 

She said: “30p for small frying pan in Asda.”

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The post racked up over 150 impressions in just a few hours. 

Fellow Facebook group members couldn't believe what they were seeing and said they were rushing to their local store.

One user said: “No way.”

Another said: “Pantastic deal.”

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Shoppers quickly figured out the deal was subject to availability after scouring their local stores for the deal. 

One user said: “Not in my store. Scanned and checked too. Must be a local thing.”

Another said: “Not in our local Asda.”

Lucky shoppers who manage to pick this up could be getting an average saving of at least £4.50. 

Supermarket competitor Marks and Spencers has a similar small aluminum non-stick frying pan selling for £5. 

Sainsbury’s has another 20cm frying pan going for a fiver. 

IKEA is selling a non-stick small frying pan for a whopping £10.20, although this one is stainless steel. 

Wilko’s small frying pan ranks one of the highest with a retail price of £12.

However, consumers may have seen this price drop in the closing down sales. 

Shoppers have been flocking the budget stores "everything must go sale" with many finding shelves cleared out.

In other news, Greggs has shared a new update on their sausage roll prices and fans will be delighted.

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