Asda shoppers rushing to buy ‘bargain’ hoover scanning for £8.50 instead of £85

ASDA shoppers can’t get enough of a bargain hoover that’s scanning for just £8.50 instead of £85.

The retailer is selling a Tower vacuum cleaner that’s ideal for sucking up thick pet hairs.

Asda is selling a Tower hoover in one of its branches for just £8.50

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Asda is selling a Tower hoover in one of its branches for just £8.50Credit: Asda
One shopper spotted the deal, posting a photo of their receipt on Facebook

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One shopper spotted the deal, posting a photo of their receipt on FacebookCredit: Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK

One eagle-eyed shopper spotted the gadget in their local Asda branch in Warrington, near Liverpool, posting a photo of their receipt on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group.

Over 800 people have liked the post and almost 300 have commented congratulating the shopper on the cheap buy.

One said: “What a bargain.”

Another commented: “Good luck to you that’s a bargain.”

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A third added: “Wow! What a bargain. You lucky thing!”

It appears the Tower RXP 30PET vacuum cleaner is only on sale for £8.50 at the Warrington Asda branch.

But, it might be worth calling your nearest store to see if it has the hoover in stock, and for the same price tag.

You can use the retailer’s store locator tool to find your closest branch.

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Of course, whenever buying anything like this, make sure you shop around to ensure you are getting the best deal.

Just because one retailer has slashed the price on a product, that doesn’t mean you can get it cheaper elsewhere.

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You can use websites like Trolley for comparing supermarket prices while Price Spy lets you compare prices across a host of different retailers.

You can have a quick scan of the internet by using the Google Shopping/Product tab too.

We had a quick look online to see if any other retailers are selling the Tower hoover for less than Asda in Warrington, but couldn’t find any.

Wilko is selling it for £69 with free delivery, while Curry’s has it priced at £70, with a £6 delivery fee. Amazon has some in stock for £97.

It’s currently out of stock on Asda’s website.

Bear in mind, if you do want to snap up one of the hoovers, some customer reviews have noted it is quite heavy.

So if you are someone who struggles to shift heavy loads, it might be worth investing in another brand or model.

It comes after Asda launched a giant up to 50% off sale on everything from BBQs to egg chairs.

Shoppers can snap up items from just 50p, with prices reduced across electricals, outdoor, fashion and homeware online and in store.

In recent weeks, customers have been rushing to buy Lion King-themed Squishmallow toys from the retailer scanning for £13 too.

Savvy savers have been spotting deals across other retailers as well.

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Argos shoppers recently found the “perfect” coffee machine scanning for £25 instead of £100.

Boots customers have been nabbing bargains after the pharmacy chain launched a giant summer clearance sale.

How to bag a bargain

SUN Savers Editor Lana Clements explains how to find a cut-price item and bag a bargain…

Sign up to loyalty schemes of the brands that you regularly shop with.

Big names regularly offer discounts or special lower prices for members, among other perks.

Sales are when you can pick up a real steal.

Retailers usually have periodic promotions that tie into payday at the end of the month or Bank Holiday weekends, so keep a lookout and shop when these deals are on.

Sign up to mailing lists and you’ll also be first to know of special offers. It can be worth following retailers on social media too.

When buying online, always do a search for money off codes or vouchers that you can use vouchercodes.co.uk and myvouchercodes.co.uk are just two sites that round up promotions by retailer.

Scanner apps are useful to have on your phone. Trolley.co.uk app has a scanner that you can use to compare prices on branded items when out shopping.

Bargain hunters can also use B&M’s scanner in the app to find discounts in-store before staff have marked them out.

And always check if you can get cashback before paying which in effect means you’ll get some of your money back or a discount on the item.

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