I nabbed a whopping haul of cut-price food, drinks & cleaning stuff in Tesco…people call me selfish but I love a bargain | The Sun

A MAN has taken to social media to show off his whopping cut-price haul, leaving people divided. 

Reece McGee yesterday shared his cheap shopping haul on Facebook.

He posted a picture of his bargain finds to the private group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, which has a whopping 2.2million members.

Reece explained that whilst shopping in Tesco, he was lucky enough to get a huge amount of brilliant bargains and so made sure to stock up on the discounted food, drinks and cleaning products.

While some Facebook users were impressed with Reece’s finds, others thought he was “selfish” for buying so much.

Reece shared a picture of his whopping haul – he got eight 18-packs of Fanta for £3.75 a crate.

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He also got nine four-packs of Pot Noodles for just 88p a pack. 

Not only this, but Reece even managed to pick up a whole box of Dairy Milk mint crisp chocolate bars, for just 75p each.

He also made sure to stock up on the cleaning products, and bought five bottles of Ariel, for just £2.13 each.

As well as this, he bought home a bottle of Fairy non bio for only £2.13. 

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Reece’s post has clearly left many people open-mouthed, as in just one day, it has quickly racked up a whopping 4.9k likes and 1.1k comments. 

Many Facebook users congratulated Reece on his cheap finds.

One person said: “Omg bargain! I’d buy loads as well, especially the Ariel…price of that is ridiculous!” 

Another added: “Well done, I would have bought loads too, take no notice of those criticising, we are all struggling in our own way and we have to get the deals while we can.” 

A third commented: “Brilliant find. I don’t understand why people can’t be happy for one another, fully grown adults bullying.” 

Whilst someone else asked: “Why does my Tesco never have the same offers LOL!!” 

Meanwhile, other Facebook users thought Reece was “selfish” for buying such a huge haul.

One user noted: “What’s the point in telling people if you bought the lot?”

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A second agreed: “Is there anything left for anyone else like people who are struggling.”

A third posted: “I’m so angry that you bought this and I didn’t find it first! Urgh…. You are so selfish!!!!!”

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