Woman nabs £463 worth of wallpaper for just £26 in her local Homebase – and people are even offering to buy it off her | The Sun

A WOMAN was left thrilled after she managed to nab an incredible £463 worth of wallpaper for just £26 in Homebase.

Luchi took to the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook to boast about her haul, writing: "Omg I found such a banging deal.

"My local homebase is stopping selling wallpaper. All the wallpaper was reduced to £1!!!!

"I've spent £26 on wallpaper, that should have totalled £463!!"

She also shared pictures of the 26 rolls of wallpaper that she'd managed to grab from the Winchester branch of the homeware store.

People were quick to comment on her bargain haul, with some even offering to buy it off of her.

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"If you have any that you don't end up using let me know and I'll buy it from you lol," one wrote.

"Well done, love a bargain," someone else said.

"Brilliant,I paid £25 a roll recently, not from Homebase though," another commented.

"That is fantastic!" a third praised.

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"Hope you've left some for karen who has never done any DIY and lives 80 miles away…," someone else joked in a comment.

To which another person replied: "I was going to buy some and donate to charity, and my friends and family so hope you haven’t cleared the shelves!!"

Meanwhile, others shared different ways the wallpaper could be used if it wasn't for decorating.

"You can use them for card making also," one person wrote.

As another added: "Brilliant. Imagine the how many school books you'd been able to cover years ago."

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