A new month means a new chance to take a look in Home Bargains. I loved so many things in store this month…if you watch the video then I am extremely guilty of calling everything “so cute“. Sorry about that! Here we go…
Kitchen roll isn't exactly the most exciting product ever, but 6 rolls for £1.99 is a bargain.
Star Wars lollipops for 79p.
These baby shampoos are just 49p each.
330ml carton of coconut water for just 29p.
This pair of Nerf Rebelle guns sells for £6.99 at Amazon, so you can save £2.
This Spectre Gillette set is £16.49 at Amazon but just £8.99 in store.
Glass 9″ cake stand for £2.99.
This beautiful sign is £1.99.
And this vase is £3.99. I regret not buying this!
An adult's Minnie Mouse onsie is just £12.99.
These lovely notebooks are in the Valentine's Day section but they can be used for anything. Just 99p.
So many Easter things in…
These chocolate fund piggy banks are just £1.49.
If you are travelling soon then there are plenty of items you might find useful.
This nail art set is unbranded but it still has plenty of items inside for £1.99.
The most exciting of items…dishwasher tabs. But at £.799 for 90, these are a real bargain.
Lots of travel adaptors, I love the one with USB slots.
Scoooooooby snacks. For Reasons.
This pet water dispenser is a bargain at £2.99!
And these things! For just £1.99!
Wall decals including “love you to the moon and back” for just £1.99.
So many awesome wedding items! We even used the “Happily Ever After” signs at our wedding.
More funky notebooks for 99p.
And this! A to do list on a clip board with a pen, for just 99p!
Sticker bunting for £1.99.
This adorable milkshake bottle – plastic with a plastic straw and lid. Just 99p.
These are so useful – a lunch box with cutlery, which is both dishwasher and microwave safe, just 99p. There was also a green one.
Red cups for all your American college parties for just 99p.
And squeezy concentrated squash for just 69p!
As usual, if you would like to watch the video then here it is:
What have you spotted in Home Bargains this month?
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