SHOPPERS are going wild over a Home Bargains perfume dupe that is over £90 less than the original. 

Perfume fans claim the Home Bargains Tue Est Belle body mist is a dupe for the Lancôme La Vie Est Belle Dau de Parfum which is £92 per 50 ml bottle. 

However, the Home Bargains dupe is selling for just £2.99 in stores and people claim the two smell exactly the same.

One savvy shopper flocked to Facebook to let others know of the bargain she sniffed out. 

She said: “Home Bargains £2.99…. smells like La Vie Est Belle. Good for topping up over the good perfume.”

The post gained over 76 likes and 43 comments and fellow group users were singing the body mists' praises.

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One user said: “Worth a try?!”

Another said: “It's gorgeous.”

“This is the one I want,” declared a third user. 

A fourth user said: “I'm gonna nip to the one by me today.”

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If you like the Home Bargains Tue Est Belle body mist you might want to check out their body sprays which are even cheaper at 99p. 

Home Bargains has released a whole range of body sprays which are said to smell like designer brands including Mugler Alien, Marc Jacobs Daisy, and YSL Black Opium. 

The Designer Fragrances Body Sprays come in three scents these are Xalien, Black Poppy, and Daisee. 

Fans say the Daisee spray is a dupe for Daisy by Marc Jacobs.

The dupes could save you just under £80 if you swap them out for the designer brands. 

Remember that some perfume dupes are not as strong as the original versions or sometimes they don't last as long so go with what works for you.

How to save money on your next Home Bargains shop

Although Home Bargains is one of the nation's favourite discount stores there are a few tricks you can use to save money in the store.

Discount locations

When you enter a Home Bargains make sure you look around some of the best discounts are often hidden at the back.

The ones and the front of the store are designed to draw you in and make you spend more than you initially planned.


You'll want to shop at the right times, which according to one current worker is first thing in the morning.

This is because staff stack the shelves first thing or at night, this means you'll be able to pick up the biggest discounts and save yourself some cash.

Shop around

As good as Home Bargains is you can often find products cheaper if you search around for the best deal.

Google Shopping is another great way to see how a product compares price-wise as well.

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