A WOMAN was able to fill her entire freezer thanks to some bargain buys at Tesco.
The savvy shopper took to Facebook to show off her giant haul.
Although Katie wasn't planning to do a huge food shop at Tesco, she couldn't resist taking them home when she saw how cheap they were.
Posting to the group, Yellow Sticker Society, she penned: "Only popped to the shop for a few a bit but ended up with a freezer full of stuff!"
Accompanying the text was a picture of her giant haul of food items to keep her freezer stocked up.
She managed to bag two whole chickens, breaded chicken fillets, pork ribs, minced beef, two packets of diced beef, and burgers.
She also picked up some pork steaks, crumpets, two heads of cabbage, burger buns, bananas, a pizza, and dauphinoise potatoes.
In the comments section of the post, the bargain hunter added: "Exactly and it's all food I'd be buying in the food shop next week anyway.
"Only wanted bread and milk and a few bits and came out with bags full of shopping."
She managed to get the haul for way less than the usual price of the items thanks to yellow-sticker discounts.
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Yellow-sticker items often become available in the early evening at supermarkets and allow people to buy food that will soon go off for a bargain price.
People quickly took to the comments section of the post to share their thoughts.
People were thrilled for Katie and her bargain buys.
One person wrote: "Perfect. Exactly what I do, got to grab the bargains when you can. Good work."
Another penned: "That happens to me and the wife, if we weren't looking for it we would have missed it, if we pop in for milk and bread there's loads of it well done grab it when you can."
A third added: "Well done!!"
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