One Australian woman has put every single other bargain hunter in the country to shame, saving $4,699.20 on a $143.60 on a Woolworths shopping spree.
The woman had made the most of Woolworths’ stationary flash sale, picking up hundreds of products that had been reduced to just 20c.
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“Amazing savings!” the shopper wrote on Facebook group, Markdown Addicts Australia.
And she’s not a stationary collector; she was purchasing the products for charity.
“I was driving to work this morning and thought ‘I wish I could do more to help others’. Then saw these clearance items online and went YEAH!!” she said.
“I ordered this to use for a charity I’m involved in – Share The Dignity. We have a Christmas drive called ‘It’s In The Bag’ where we put together handbags and backpacks for at-risk and vulnerable women and girls.
“The bags include basic hygiene essentials and sanitary items. They can also include extras like stationery. I like to include the extras.
“I’m lucky that my local store has filled most of my order – they rang to confirm I wanted such a large order.”
The woman made two purchases, one for $91.20 with a saving of $2,971.20, and the other for $54.40, saving $1,728.
All up, she purchased 736 items including notebooks, pens, highlighters, folders, pencil cases and post-its.
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