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Shoppers go wild for ‘gorgeous’ furniture scanning for £20 instead of £79 at Homebase

SHOPPERS are racing to nab a “gorgeous” chair scanning for just £20 instead of £79 – but they’ll have to act fast.

Homebase fans were “delighted” with their mega discount on the beautiful Mala Occasional Chair.

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Homebase fans were ‘delighted’ with their mega discount on the beautiful Mala Occasional Chair[/caption]

The posh furniture piece comes in a variety of colours to blend in with a host of different decor styles.

Bargain hunters hailed the deal and penned raving five star reviews about its “understated elegance”.

One happy shopper wrote: “I bought this in the sale at a great bargain price. It was just the right size and looks good quality.

“Looks lovely in the hallway. I am very pleased and would consider buying other colours.”

Another agreed: “Excellent chair, in bedroom so don’t sit on new mattress getting dressed. Perfect height and sturdy too.”

A third added: “Lovely upholstery. Nicer than I expected. Good price. Very satisfied customer.”

“This was a bargain in the sale. It is comfortable and very well made. Delivery was fast and efficient. Quite delighted with my purchase,” someone else praised.

“My only regret with this chair is not buying two. It is well made, easy to assemble and a lovely colour,” said another impressed customer.

The Homebase website described their occasional chair as “beautiful and charming”.

“Full of understated elegance, the smooth rounded corners give this accent chair a stylish silhouette and makes it the ultimate must-have home accessory,” it reads.

The Mala chair has rubber wooden legs and is fully upholstered with luxurious velvet fabric and finished with piping detail.

It is currently reduced from £79 to £23 which sees shoppers pocket savings of £56.

But, the incredible clearance offer is only available while stocks last – so shoppers need to act fast.

It comes as fans were stunned to see plummeting price tags on several other stylish items at Homebase.

Customers can bag themselves an oak bedroom drawer for just £10 – slashed down from £50.

Meanwhile, modern wooden toilet roll holders have been reduced from £20 to £13.40.

Plus, Charles Chunky Knit Poufees sure to fit in with neutral and minimalist decor, can be picked up for just £10 down from £50.

And, Bette Boucle Button Ottomans are now £37 as opposed to an eye-watering £125.

The gorgeous emerald green Georgette Pleated Office Chair is marked up at £45 instead of £150.

CLEARANCE FURNITURE

Some more furniture discounts available...

  • Classic Grey / White 3 Drawer Bathroom Storage Unit £23.45
  • Classic Grey. /White 4 Drawer Bathroom Storage Unit £30.15
  • Pippa Pillow Accent Chair – Blue £52
  • Albury Oak 6-8 Seat Extending Dining Table £187 + £20 delivery
  • Evelyn Metal Frame Chair – Denim Blue £60 + £6 delivery
  • Georgette Pleated Office Chair – Emerald £45 + £6 delivery

Just as the blue Pippa Pillow Accent Chair has been cut in price from £175 to £52.

Astonishingly, the Homebase Ginny Bed End Bench is only £66, compared to £220.

A set of two navy Annabelle Pleated Back Velvet Dining Chairs are also £67 down from £225.

And, sleek white two-tier side tables are now available for £18, rather than the previous cost of £60.

Another living room or bedroom item on sale is the Milo TV Unit, which shoppers can take home for £70 instead of £98.

The Dalston Grey Ash Ladder Shelf is also majorly reduced at £90 cut from a whopping £300.

Double bed frames meanwhile have been reduced from £350 to just £105.

Grand-looking sideboards have seen similar price tag slashes.

There are also substantial discounts on bathroom furniture which vary in size

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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