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Disney fans rush to Home Bargains to pick up cheap Frozen deals – with blankets & pillows from just £1.99


WITH winter well and truly here, people are no doubt looking for cheap ways to stay warm and cosy in their homes.

But it's Home Bargains' Frozen range that has everybody rushing in store, with a selection of movie-themed pillows and blankets for just £1.99.

It's no secret that the Disney flick is a favourite among the little ones, so thrifty parents are desperate to get in on the action.

One shopper told other bargain-hunters of the news by sharing her find on Facebook, writing: "Cheap frozen bits £1.99 on homebargains."

She took a snap while in store which shows a super cute pillow in the shape of Olaf's head.

There's also a comfy looking blue and white fleece Elsa blanket - perfect for a child's Frozen-themed bedroom.

Many tagged friends and family to alert them of the news, suggesting they keep an eye out when in store.

Tagging a friend, one person asked: "If you see these can u pick up for me the fleece blanket and olaf pillow?"

And another said: "Need a trip to home bargains."

The popular store is also selling glow in the dark Christmas bedding and it’s getting people into the festive spirit.

Plus a woman creates WINE advent calendar using Home Bargain goodies – and other people are all set to copy her.

And a Disney fan makes stunning Minnie Mouse wreaths for Christmas using pipe insulation and saves herself over £200.

Mrs Hinch shows off her home Bargains haul including Yankee Candles

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