Iceland shoppers race to pick up items scanning for 50 % off as stores across the UK close

SHOPPERS have spotted tasty summer treats at 50% off on shelves in Iceland stores as the chain announces closures. 

The supermarket giant has recently announced it will be shutting some of its stores this year. 

Shoppers have spotted tasty summer treats at 50% off on shelves in Iceland stores as the chain announces closuresCredit: Facebook – Extreme Couponing And Bargains UK

Iceland has already closed 11 stores with another four due to close this year

But any bargain hunter knows when stores close there are great deals to be found.

One shopper flocked to Facebook to share the bargains she found.

In the Extreme Couponing And Bargains UK group she revealed ice lollies and ice cream were scanning at tills for 50% off. 

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She said: “Iceland today 24th Aug. Picked these up at 10.05 am.”

Fruit twisters are now selling for £1.25 instead of £2.50, popular fruit pastel twisters are now £1 instead of £2.

Magnum lovers will be pleased to know white chocolate Magnums are now £1 instead of £2. 

You can also grab 75p Iceland bran Oreo sandwiches and Barrat lollies are £2.50 instead of £1.25.

The shopper speculated the deals may be related to the recent announcement of several Iceland stores closing down. 


She said: “I suppose they’ll roll it out in all stores. Might be worth looking in your local stores.”

The shopper also added she checked the deals were not going out of date any time soon. 

She said: “They’re 2024 and 2025.”

The post has racked up over 100 comments in just a few hours. 

Group members were tagging friends to let them know to look out for deals. 

One user said: “That’s good.”

Another said: “My favourite lollies.”

“Bargain,” chimed a third

One shopper explained the deal was most likely due to stocking issues.

They said: “It will basically be whatever store has in back stock so they’ll all be different. So definitely with a look in your local store.”

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