Shoppers are showing off their massive Asda garden bargain buys as the 75% sale kicks off

ASDA has joined the long list of stores that have slashed it’s prices on various items, with shoppers rushing in to score themselves a bargain.

But while many Brits have already stocked up on clothing, home wares and even kids toys, savvy shoppers are now showing off their outdoor garden buys with prices of up to 75% off in store.

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The elephant ornament has been popular among shoppers with it on sale for just £2.50 – down from £10[/caption]

One of the most popular items among shoppers is a super cute elephant ornament which is available in various colours and sizes at multiple Asda stores.

Many claim to have snapped one up for as little as just 75p for smaller version and just £2.50 for the large – down from a staggering £10.

Taking to the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group, a thrifty shopper alerted other bargain hunters of the news and shared snaps of her new purchases.

She wrote: “ASDA Gardening reductions. Large elephants 2.50 each.. buddha 2 all from 10 I think… little elephants 75p each from 3… gnomes 1.50 each from 6 and little pot stake 50p from 2 tunstall one had plenty when i was there. Also half priced forks spades etc.”

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The smaller elephants are available for just 75p, some shoppers claim[/caption]

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The original price of the popular ornament was £10 but it’s now just £2.50[/caption]

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A happy shopper was thrilled to have bagged a bargain with various outdoor items [/caption]

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One woman shared how she picked of £70 worth of items for just £2 each[/caption]

Meanwhile, another shared: “Really happy with my Asda garden bargains, seems they’ve been reduced further since the last post as the elephants are now down to £2.50! Most things now seemed to be 75% off looking great around my lockdown pond.”

And it seems the gnomes are a popular choice for green-fingered Brits as well, as many raved about their own garden finds.

Showing off her new garden gnome collection online, along with a receipt, one woman revealed how she bagged over £60 worth of items for just £16.50 – with a huge selection of gnomes available for just £1.50.

Friendly ornaments aside, though, other eagle-eyed shoppers managed to snap up a range of other items for their yard including stylish plant pots, lanterns and even solar lights.

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Another shopper showed off a range of garden gnomes she’d picked up for just £1.50 each[/caption]

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She even shared a snap of her receipt as proof [/caption]

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Another shoppers bagged herself a trolley full of garden ornaments also[/caption]

Elsewhere, on the B&M stores bargains and more Facebook page, a keen Asda shopper was eager to show off her bargain finds.

She said: “Happy Hauling.. Asda garden sale .. only paid £2 or less an item should of cost £70ish .. most of it wasn’t marked up. “

And shared a snap of her purchases which included a stunning blush pink ceramic plant pot, a terracotta camel garden planter plus a couple of stunning lanterns all for less than £2 each.

Although there is a limited sale section online, shoppers in the Facebook groups have claimed the best bargains are available in store, with almost all garden supplies up for grabs.

But you better be quick because, just like any good sale, things don’t stick around for too long.

Shoppers were shocked to discover a range of solar lights were also on offer with many for less than a single pound

We also shared how mums show off their amazing TX Maxx and Wilko bargains including 30p kitchen knives and 1p kids’ school supplies.

Plus last week we shared how Argos slashes the price of LOL Surprise toys with people racing to bag a £3.50 bargain.

And this mum showed off her huge H&M sale haul with bargains starting at £1.

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