BARGAIN hunters can now cash in on the ultimate no-frills online website where everything cost just 50p.
The online store, simply called fiftypencefashion, offers a whole range of products – from kids accessories to jewellery and makeup – for just 50 pence.
Postage is free on all items and new stock is delivered on a weekly basis.
Freebie hunter Anushka Fernando, who works at Magic Freebies UK, first discovered the website while looking for cheap cosmetics online.
She said: “Fiftypencefashion offer a whole range of items for just 50p. Naturally, I went straight to the cosmetics section, and was surprised to find branded nail polishes from Collection and eye-shadows by Max Factor.
“If you do some digging around, you can find all sorts of bargains. Plus, they stock a wide range of party items including partyware, party bag fillers, invitations and wrapping paper – perfect for mums on a budget!”
But there’s one small catch that shoppers need to know about – you are required to spend at least £10 per order, meaning you’ll need to stock up on those bargains.
Here are some of the best deals spotted on the website this morning:
Collection 2000 long last gel eye liner
Cost: £4.99 at Boots and Superdrug
Saving with fiftypencefashion: £4.00
Max factor max effect trio tester pots
Cost: £1.99 at Superdrug for one palette (£5.97 for three)
Collection 2000 Hot looks nail varnish
Cost: £1.99 at Boots
Cost: Juelz beaded bracelet between £2.39 – £3.99 on eBay
Saving: between £1.89 – £3.49
Floral alice band and scrunchies set
Cost: £4.99 on Amazon
12ft party banner
Cost: £1 on Amazon
To snap up other online bargains, check out eBay – as an investigation by the Sun Online earlier this year found that shops flog leftover stock on the auction site and discounts can be as good as 80 per cent off high street prices.
Over 50 big names, including Argos, Debenhams, Lakeland, Tesco and Superdrug, have official shops on eBay.
The products are mostly new and never-been-used end of line stock or leftover sales items. Some shops may sell “refurbished” items which are usually products which have been returned by customers.