SHOPPERS are rushing to Tesco to nab deals in the stores reduce sale on swimming pools and kids toys.
And it’s perfect if you are looking for some last minute treats for your little ones during the heatwave.
One savvy shopper flocked to Facebook to share the bargains she spotted on the shelves.
In the Extreme Couponing And Bargains UK group she shared snaps of massive family size pools reduced to clear.
She said: “100’s of bargains at Tesco Lichfeild store.”
So here’s exactly what they’ve got:
You can nab a family size 3D quick pool set which is scanning for £12.50 at the tills.
The matching rectangular size pool is only £10.
If you’re on an even tighter budget you can grab the Go Play family pool which is 6ft but only £6.
If you’ve only got one child and you’re not keen on getting in with your little one Tesco are selling the Go Play 3 ring pool for just £2, the rainbow coloured one is £2.38.
The supermarket has got great deals on action figures with many selling for half price, the savvy shopper spotted Superman, the Joker and Iron man figures for £8.70.
You can also grab your kids Nerf toys with prices starting from £4.50.
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There’s also Pokemon cuddly toys from £7.50 but you will need to be quick as from the looks of things shelves are getting cleared out.
If you’ve got more of a creative kid, Crayola pens and pencils are down to £1.95 and £2.60 plus there’s deals on Disney princess and Peppa pig colouring books.
There’s also Avengers and Fortnite colouring books for creative little lads with prices starting from 75p.
There’s also some great water play toys to go along with the swimming pools, the Zuru bunch balloon slingshot is £5 and the Go play water gun backpack is only £3.75.
The post racked over 150 impressions in just a few hours.
One user said: “I had the 3D rectangular one for the kids last year and it was huge. That’s a brilliant deal for it. Would definitely recommend it.”
Another said: “Could do with picking one of these up.”
“Best of buying now for next year,” claimed a third.
A fourth user said: “Bet they will be gone by tomorrow.”