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Morrisons shoppers go wild for flight carry-on bag scanning at tills for £3.50

MORRISONS shoppers have been racing to buy the “perfect” flight carry-on bag scanning at tills for £3.50 instead of £35.

The supermarket giant is selling a lightweight on-board rucksack for a fraction of the price.

Morrisons has been selling travel items at a discounted price


Morrisons has been selling travel items at a discounted priceCredit: Getty
The shopper posted her find on Facebook


The shopper posted her find on Facebook

A happy shopper posted her find in Facebook’s B&M bargains, extreme money saving deals and more group.

She said: “This was Morrisons, £34.99 Rock backpack selling for £3.49.”

That’s a £31.50 saving for eagle-eyed shoppers.

The customer posted a picture of her basked at the till which showed the bag had been reduced by £31.50.

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And a few excited shoppers tagged their friends in the comments.

When we had a look at the time of writing, we couldn’t see the backpack anywhere on the Morrisons’ website.

You could always check in store at your local Morrisons to see if it is selling the same backpack though keep in mind that prices and stock can vary from store to store.

You can find your nearest retailer using the store locator tool on the chain’s website.

It’s always worth shopping around for the best deals and discounts.

We also couldn’t find anything cheaper than £3.49.

Very was selling the bag for £34.99 but make sure you factor in delivery costs as well.

If you’re after a lightweight carry-on then Decathlon is selling a similar one for £39.99 while Amazon has one for £34.95.

Last week, shoppers were rushing to Morrisons to get their hands on reduced Quality Street tubs.

The supermarket was selling cut-price tubs of Quality Street, Roses and Heroes as the early build-up to Christmas begins.

Morrisons shoppers could bag two 550g to 600g tubs of the festive chocolates for £7.

This means each tub costs £3.50 and it’s the cheapest we’ve seen in the early run-up to Christmas.

If you’re an avid Morrisons shopper then we’ve got tips on the items you should be going for and the ones to avoid.

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