KIDS and adults alike are all going crazy for Squishmallows – a brand of stuffed plush toys that come in a variety of colours, sizes, animals, and textures.
They're best loved for their "marshmallow-like texture" and can be hugged against your chest, making them the perfect addition for anyone who gets anxious or struggles to sleep at night.
One savvy shopper named Naomi Fowles took to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK and sent shoppers into a frenzy after sharing a snap of a crate full of the soft plush toys that she spotted in her local Asda.
And the best part? They're all discounted by half price.
Alongside the image, she penned: "HUUUGE Squishmallows £11 (£12 for Disney ones).
"I wanted one, well 4.
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"They also had huge Nerf Gun sets (4 or 5 guns per pack) for £7.50 & Cosatto doll prams for £20. Asda Wrexham."
Amongst the characters on offer include Buzz Lightyear and Piglet from Winnie the Pooh.
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The post quickly racked up hundreds and views and comments – with many eager to get themselves down to their local branch to try and get their hands on some.
"Omg let’s go to every Asda," wrote one.
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A second noted: "Bargain squish."
A third penned: "Need get to Asda."
Meanwhile, another tagged and partner and urged: "I need the buzz one now! Go check Ipswich or Bury Asda on your way home from work tomorrow please."
A further quipped: "no more squish mallows. I’m going to need a bigger house to put them."
And one more added: "Omg I always wanted a Squishmallow."
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