Shoppers snap up discounted Christmas decorations at The Range – with baubles just 28p

CHRISTMAS is just over a month away and festive fans are gearing up by decorating their trees and homes with stunning sparkly displays.

But shoppers can't get enough of the Christmas baubles from The Range, with many snapping them up for as little as 28p.

One woman shared her incredible find on Facebook, raving about the dirt cheap prices.

She shared snaps of her beautifully decorated Christmas tree which donned a mix of stunning decorations in glittery gold, silver and white hues.

Posting in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, she wrote: "Absolutely in love with my baubles from The Range. Seen a few people say about the Range.

"Video doesnt do them justice at all."



Needless to say, bargain hunters were blown away by the stunning decorations and vowed to head in to The Range to stock up.

One person gushed: "Wow looks fabulous !!!!"

While another said: "I've got all these too…I love the range for baubles."

"I’ve been to the range today and they have some really lovely baubles, and decorations in there," one admitted.

But the time to go is in January, apparently, where shoppers can take advantage of their huge 70% off sale on all decorations.




Many shoppers admitted to stocking up for the following year which saves them a fortune come Christmas.

"The range has 70% off decs in January," one person announced.

And another wrote: "I know where we are going in January."

A third shared: "I did the same last year got loads of beautiful bits for next to nothing"

While a fourth added: "Its so cheap anyway! but always handy to stock up on a new theme for the next year even cheaper."

Plus, shoppers are obsessed with Aldi’s Christmas gonks and can’t believe they’re only a tenner.

And money-saving mum shares her top Christmas tips including the best time to buy decorations & why the rule of three is key.

Meanwhile, , B&M is selling a £5 doormat sensor which sings Christmas songs when you step on it & shoppers say it’s DEFINITELY essential.

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