BARGAIN hunters are racing to Matalan after the store announced a 50 per cent sale off, with goodies starting from just £3.

One delighted shopper, Heather Parkinson, took to Facebook to inform fellow Matalan fans about the deals, which are ideal for those looking to transform their garden on a budget.

According to the mum, the prices have been slashed by a whopping 50 per cent – and there are loads to choose from.

Shoppers can nab adorable white ceramic lanterns with an intricate detailing for £3 – or a larger version for £6 that also comes with a handle.

If you're after artificial plants, the store now also offers a large variety, including a fake tree for £25 that already comes in a pot, as well as a yellow Forsythia outdoor tree.

Standing at an impressive 35cm x 35cm x 90cm, this item is currently on sale for £27.50, after selling for an eye-watering £55.

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Whilst shopping and checking out the goodies, you can also pick up a decorative Buddha with an in-built light for your garden.

Originally selling for £32, the item is now available for £16, the post revealed.

As well as having bargain buys for your garden, Matalan's sale also offers cheap homeware finds – and their colourful plates and glasses are a must.

The cut-price deals also include bits and bobs for those into fashion, for example, a cute pink bardot top for a fiver and the on-trend paperbag shorts selling for £8.50.

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Needless to say, the news, posted on the popular Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, were more than welcome, as more than a hundred raced to comments.

One tagged their pal and said: ''some nice lanterns and trees for the bar area.''


Someone else said: ''we need to go matalan.''

Another was mortified by the prices, writing: ''Nee way were them trees originally 55 quid man.''

''Clothes sale is pretty good too,'' a fourth chimed in.

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