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Home Bargains shoppers rushing to buy 49p advent calendar in time for December 1

PEOPLE can finally open the first door of their advent calendars tomorrow – and if you don’t have one yet don’t worry we’ve found one for 49p.

Shoppers have shared the bargain find on Facebook and people are racing to get their hands on one.

Savvy shopper spots 49p advent calendar at Home Bargains

Home Bargains is selling a Milkybar advent calendar for just 49p, perfect for anyone in a dash to grab one before tomorrow.

The white chocolate calendar usually costs around £2 at most retailers.

A bargain hunter on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group shared the find.

She said: “Homebargains yesterday milky bar advent calendar’s 49p each!

“Come in handy for anyone that hasn’t bought theirs yet.”

The calendar is only available in store and while stocks last.

Eager shoppers were quick to comment on the post and tag their pals to show them the absolute steal.

One replied: “That’s bloody good , tag your brother he should be able to get some.”

Another wrote: “Need to get for the girls.”

One woman was keen to get there before tomorrow, she said: “I need to try and find the time to get there before the 1st.”

While others were quick to compare the price at other stores: “Omg that’s so good!! They’re like £2-£3 in Asda!”

The savvy shopper who found this deal did not say which store it was but we’ve asked Home Bargains if it is nationwide and will update this story when we hear back.

This is the cheapest advent calendar we’ve found so far this year, with some being sold at 99p last week.

It weighs 85g and has mini Milkybar chocs behind each door.

Do always keep an eye out for better deals we may have missed – there is never a bad time to bag a bargain.

As we get a few days into December prices might go down as well as shops begin to clear their stock.

The next cheapest price we found for this particular calendar was on Ocado for £1.66.

Sainsbury’s is also selling the same one for £2.

It always pays to compare prices so you know you’re getting the best deal.

Prices can also vary day to day what deals are on at the time and remember you might pay for delivery you’re ordering online.

You can compare prices on websites like Google shopping and – which compares the prices of 130,000 products across 14 major supermarkets.

Meanwhile, if you’re still looking for a bargain have a read of our full list of cheapest advent calendars.

And, we also found this £2 Reese’s bargain in a little known food store.

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