A SAVVY man has revealed how he managed to spend just £5 on a whopping 35 cleaning items.
Stuart Ford explained that he discovered a website that sells everything from household, baby and beauty products to food, pets and stationary items.
The catch? The clue is in the name as the Best Before It’s Gone website only sells things that are “nearing or past their best before dates”.
The penny pinching shopper didn’t mind though and took to Facebook’s Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group to share the massive box he got delivered.
He bought 12 bottles of Clean Clear’s natural bright gentle daily wash, four bottles of Boro Plus skin care cream, three Carex hand wash bottles, two bottles of Air Wick Aqua mist, several packets of disposable hand gloves and more.
In the caption, he explained: “All this from the best before it’s gone site. I spent £5 on these 35 items. It was £6 delivery so for £11 I tried it.”
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He went on to share that while most of the products he purchased were for cleaning or hygiene purposes, he did buy one that falls into the food category.
“Only thing I purchased that was food was the waitrose sauce for kids ice cream,” he said. “Rest was cleaning stuff ranging from 5p each to 40p each, it came 5 days after ordering.
“The clean and clear daily was 50p for a box of 12. My 35 items ( a hair is hiding for anyone that counts 34)”.
People were quick to comment on Stuart’s post with many in awe of his find and racing to check out what else is available on the budget website.
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One person wrote: “Thanks for this Iv just ordered,” [sic] as a second said: “Never heard of this site before but just went on and bought some stuff! Thank you! Just hope it actually turns up… how long did yours take to arrive?”
A third revealed that they’ve known about the bargain website for a little while as they shared: “I just discovered this site , ordered £15 worth of stuff, £10 delivery but it was 2 big boxes worth so well worth it.” [sic]
Another shared: “It’s a great site. I ordered oat milk and even paying delivery was still cheaper than anywhere.
“Got hundreds of teabags for a few quid. And kids toothpaste for 15 pence.”
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