Shopper shows off £1.8k Boots haul she got for a fraction of price by visiting SEVEN shops… but not everyone’s impressed

WE love a bargain as much as the next person – but sometimes it feels like there's an element of luck to bagging the best savings.

However, shopping the sales is something bargain hunter Megan Ayr approaches like a military operation – and it certainly pays off.

Earlier this week, the moderator of the Facebook group B&M Bargains, Extreme Money Saving Deals & More shared a photo of her mega Boots haul with the 595,000 members.

Ever since Boots reduced their Christmas stock at the end of December, Megan has been patiently waiting for the annual 90 per cent off sale.

And three months on, the brand has finally reduced their gift sets to clearance – and this savvy shopper jumped at the chance to buy them in bulk.

Speaking to Fabulous, Megan revealed she bought 117 items across the seven stores she visited in a three-hour period.

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And while the HUGE amount of stock would have set her back almost £1,900 three months ago, Megan bagged it all for under £200.

As part of her mega haul, Megan snapped up 10 Harry Potter castles containing themed beauty products.

Originally, they were priced at £42 each but were reduced to £4.20 – meaning Megan bagged 10 for the price of one.

What's more, the pricey £10 Jack Wills beauty trios were also slashed to just £1 each so Megan snapped up six.

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Her other top bargain were the eight £14 Bayliss and Harding Christmas sets which she bought for £1.40 each.

And as they'll make great presents again next year, Megan picked up 10 £6 Fila crackers which had been reduced to 60p.

On top of this, 10 of the brand's gift sets only set her back £20 – when they originally could have cost £200 alone.

As she shared her impressive photos, Megan was aware of some of the criticism she'd face.

She added: "Queue the Negative comments. You only live once and today I’m knackered!

"Seven Boots [trips] later and I helped lots of others get their bargains."

One member replied: "Jeez you got more items there than my local Boots had at Christmas."

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Another added: "Hun it’s your money you got to spend it how you want to it’s no one else’s business. Well done for spotting a bargain and just enjoy."

After a third called it "excessive", a fourth wrote: "Nobody needs to bother now."

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