I spotted reduced Christmas bits so cleared the shelves- I’m trolled but I'll be lucky if it lasts me a year | The Sun

IT'S the perfect time to restock your Christmas cupboard – ready for the 2023 holidays.

And that's exactly what Angela Satchwell did, hitting her local Poundland, Clinton Cards and Card Factory to nab the best bargains.


She took to the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook to share a snap of her mega haul, which included an incredible 38 rolls of wrapping paper.

Angela also bought four packs of gift bows in different colours, various gift tags and two packs of mini Christmas cards.

People didn't hold back with their comments on the post, with one writing: "Sorted until 2070."

"lol not really," Angela replied.

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"9 rolls are cellophane and 4 rolls parcel brown paper."

She added in response to another, similar comment: "9 rolls are cellophane and some rolls are small but enough for this year's Xmas and birthdays."

"That's a thoroughly terrifying amount of wrapping paper," another added.

"Gives me chills thinking about having to wrap that many gifts – sending you strength for next year!!"

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"I’m a single mum and do this every year and get called tight but guess who they come to when they need wrapping paper etc," someone else commented.

To which Angela replied: "deffo lots of Karen's about but I say snooze u loose haha."

Another person asked Angela how much she paid for her items, to which she responded: "Poundshop 25p each xmas items.

"Brown paper 2.00 each from the works but paid 50p each roll.

"Clintons 2.50 each rolls down to 3 rolls for 99p."

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