Home Bargains is one if the most popular places to go for household goods.

It's chock-full of everything you could possible need to get your home in order, from cleaning items, to bedding, furniture and more.

What's more, the retailer changes its stock every season, so there's always something new on offer.

One shopper popped into a branch to buy some festive decorations.

 

He bought a glittery, reindeer placard but didn't notice anything was amiss until leaving the store.

When he got home and unpacked his shopping bags, the customer realised something was incredibly wrong with his new Christmas decoration.

Underneath the picture of the reindeer the word 'Xmas' was spelt upside down, and instead read 'SAMX'.

He quickly took to Twitter, uploading a picture of the typo in a post to Home Bargains.

The budget retailer replied "Hello. I am sorry to hear this. If you DM us the product details and a copy of your receipt we can look into this for you. Thank you."

 

The shopper replied: "Hi I live 30 miles from nearest store. Receipt is in bin as only bought a few small bits."

It is unclear whether he kept the decoration or decided to travel the 30 miles and return it.

Our bets are on he kept it, and skilfully placed another decoration in front of the spelling mistake.