SAINSBURY’S shoppers have been rushing to buy a Barbie must-have that’s scanning at tills for £90 instead of £200.
Eager shoppers spotted the kids toy and shared it across social media.
They shared a picture of the house set in its box at the supermarket.
The post was met with over a dozen comments from excited customers, keen to get their hands on one.
One wrote: “If your in Sainsbury’s before me will you have a look please!”
Others tagged their pals encouraging them to head to their local store and pick one up.
While one reviewer online said: “My granddaughter absolutely loves it!!!”
And another commented: “Bigger than expected good quality and kids having great fun with it.”
And a third wrote: “I bought this as a Christmas gift for my daughter and she absolutely loves it!”
You can pick the toy up in store only as it isn’t available online.
The Barbie set comes with three dolls, furniture and accessories, including a pool with slide.
It also is described to have “plenty of space” with two storeys which are connected by a staircase, and its four rooms include a kitchen, living room, bedroom and bathroom.
Among the furniture included is a loft bed with desk and chair for a doll, a sofa that seats two and a bathtub that really holds water.
The whole is approximately H75.5 x W76.5 x D22cm, and it’s suitable for kids aged three and above.
Do bear in mind that when prices are reduced by this much it’s usually in order for stores to clear excess stock, so prices and stock will vary from store to store.
It’s always best to phone ahead to your local shop to check what they have available to avoid disappointment.
You can find your nearest Sainsbury’s store using the locator tool on the website.
It always pays to compare prices so you know you’re getting the best deal.
We had a look online to see how the cost of similar items at other retailers.
We also found the house listed on the Argos website reduced from £180 to £90.
The same set is also listed on eBay for £67.
Prices can also vary day to day and by what deals are on at the time, plus remember you might pay for delivery if you’re ordering online.
You can compare prices on platforms like Google Shopping.
Meanwhile, Tesco shoppers have been rushing to buy a home must-have that’s scanning at tills for £17.50 instead of £70.
Plus, your kids will love this garden essential scanning at tills for £5 at Asda.
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