Home » Tesco shoppers rush to buy ‘bargain’ baby essential scanning at tills for £59 instead of £189

SHOPPERS have been rushing to Tesco to buy a kids essential for just a huge £130 less than its original price.

The major supermarket’s Chicco Next2Me crib has been hailed a “bargain” by parents on social media.

Shoppers have been rushing to buy a 'bargain' baby crib


Shoppers have been rushing to buy a ‘bargain’ baby cribCredit: Facebook/Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group

An eagle-eyed shopper spied the crib at their local store and shared it with fellow bargain hunters who were keen to get their hands on it.

Posting on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group, they shared the image of the baby must-have with a big reduced to clear label depicting the saving.

Shoppers quickly commented on the post which amassed 160 comments and 50 likes.

On wrote: “Best invention ever the next to me cribs.”

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Several commented “that’s a bargain!” and “bl**** bargain and half that.”

It only appears to be available at Tesco in store and not online.

Shops will often slash prices like this when they’re clearing stock or only have a few left.

This means prices will likely vary from store to store based on stock levels.

It’s always best to phone ahead to check if your local shop has it in stock before you head down.

You can find your nearest Tesco using the store locator tool on the website.

The lucky shopper who shared the post found it in a Tesco in Aberdare but others commented that they’d spotted it in Yeovil too.

The Chicco Next2me side sleeping crib is designed to allow you and your baby to sleep next to each other without having to share a bed.

It attaches to the side of your bed and has a removable and washable lining too.

The crib is for babies aged 0 to six months and can support up to 9kg.

Judging by the comments the crib is available in a few different colours including grey and sand.

You’ll be hard pressed to find an heated airer for any less than £59, but if you can’t get hold of Tesco’s bargain there are other options available.

The next cheapest we could find was on Amazon for £109, but we also found one on John Lewis for £130 still £60 less than Tesco’s original price.

It’s always worth having a look yourself to see if you can find any cheaper deals.

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.

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Meanwhile, Dunelm shoppers are rushing to buy a home essential that scans at the till for just £1.50 – a huge 75% off.

Plus, B&M is selling the five-piece furniture set for a huge £90 less than its original price.

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