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All £1 Christmas stock at Poundland 50p from Saturday/Christmas Eve

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Just found this on Facebook - an advert saying Poundland are clearing their (£1) Christmas stock from Saturday/Christmas Eve, for 50p each. Good luck and Merry Christmas! Read More
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4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago
Just found this on Facebook - an advert saying Poundland are clearing their (£1) Christmas stock from Saturday/Christmas Eve, for 50p each.

Good luck and Merry Christmas!

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4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago
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#1
Can't believe this, just spent £5 on some battery fairy lights an hour ago. :( Going back for refund.
2 Likes #2
good spot op, heat added
9 Likes #3
veedubjai
Can't believe this, just spent £5 on some battery fairy lights an hour ago. :( Going back for refund.
Cheer up we bought a leather sofa for £1400 and they reduced it by £500 next day. It's only 2 quid lol.
17 Likes #4
lianne21
veedubjai
Can't believe this, just spent £5 on some battery fairy lights an hour ago. :( Going back for refund.
Cheer up we bought a leather sofa for £1400 and they reduced it by £500 next day. It's only 2 quid lol.

Did you go to DFS on the one day a year they don't have a sale on?!?!!
2 Likes #5
robertybob
lianne21
veedubjai
Can't believe this, just spent £5 on some battery fairy lights an hour ago. :( Going back for refund.
Cheer up we bought a leather sofa for £1400 and they reduced it by £500 next day. It's only 2 quid lol.
Did you go to DFS on the one day a year they don't have a sale on?!?!!
LOL I think we did !
2 Likes #6
so even that non £1 stuff they are selling? wonder how they will get around that.
1 Like #7
smudge92
so even that non £1 stuff they are selling? wonder how they will get around that.


Well, if their newer range of £15-£25 stuff's are to reduced this 50p stuff's too, then happy day's right?.

So who cares ..... lol.
9 Likes #8
Things are looking up after Brexit - it's now Fiftypland X)
3 Likes #9
smudge92
so even that non £1 stuff they are selling? wonder how they will get around that.

Very good point! Title and description edited ;)
#10
squiff
smudge92
so even that non £1 stuff they are selling? wonder how they will get around that.
Very good point! Title and description edited ;)
aww :( how do you know the more expensive stuff isn't included?
2 Likes #11
smudge92
squiff
smudge92
so even that non £1 stuff they are selling? wonder how they will get around that.
Very good point! Title and description edited ;)
aww :( how do you know the more expensive stuff isn't included?

I don't, I'm just covering my back, lol
1 Like #12
Is this including Christmas sweets and chocolates?
1 Like #13
brychris
Is this including Christmas sweets and chocolates?

I don't know what's included, but I would presume all Christmas stock which was £1 will be 50p. I'd bet a bottle of Buck's Fizz on it!
2 Likes #14
That is going to be bloody carnage. Good luck shoppers
3 Likes #15
according to this not everything will be 50p

http://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/plymouth-8217-s-poundland-launches-half-price-sale/story-30006357-detail/story.html

and according to someone on Facebook it will exclude confectionery
7 Likes #16
Tomorrow at Poundland
https://media.giphy.com/media/106sef1iucBY52/giphy.gif
#17
They are amazing:):p
3 Likes #18
Not even a half price sale would get me out on Christmas Eve lol
1 Like #19
jcmyerscough
according to this not everything will be 50phttp://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/plymouth-8217-s-poundland-launches-half-price-sale/story-30006357-detail/story.html
and according to someone on Facebook it will exclude confectionery
But it does include the dog dress-up bow tie. :p
#20
I read the story on Facebook and thought it said it was the Plymouth store? May need confirmation that it's nationwide.
1 Like #21
great find heat added.
1 Like #22
It is nationwide. It is all Xmas stuff like decorations, cards, wrap, gift bags etc and will also include the Xmas pet, stationery, homeware and household stock. It is also 50% off some of the higher priced items like trees and lights. It does not include sweets and biscuits.
1 Like #23
Raptor71
I read the story on Facebook and thought it said it was the Plymouth store? May need confirmation that it's nationwide.

http://www.poundland.co.uk/sale

selected lines and subject to availability

Edited By: jcmyerscough on Dec 23, 2016 22:09
#24
lianne21
robertybob
lianne21
veedubjai
Can't believe this, just spent £5 on some battery fairy lights an hour ago. :( Going back for refund.
Cheer up we bought a leather sofa for £1400 and they reduced it by £500 next day. It's only 2 quid lol.
Did you go to DFS on the one day a year they don't have a sale on?!?!!
LOL I think we did !

Trust DFS to have a sale everyday but there's nothing to cheer about. Get your figures right. It's £2.50, not £2. I guess if you can let £500 slide just like that then you must be quite well healed but not everyone is like you. That £500 amount could contribute towards the mortgage or council tax or holiday right?

Though amount is small but it's still £2.50 for lights bought not been used yet + I could get double sets that I wanted. I'm going back as I want more lights that my local had no stock left. Will be trying another branch tomorrow & try my luck.
7 Likes #25
veedubjai
lianne21
robertybob
lianne21
veedubjai
Can't believe this, just spent £5 on some battery fairy lights an hour ago. :( Going back for refund.
Cheer up we bought a leather sofa for £1400 and they reduced it by £500 next day. It's only 2 quid lol.
Did you go to DFS on the one day a year they don't have a sale on?!?!!
LOL I think we did !
Trust DFS to have a sale everyday but there's nothing to cheer about. Get your figures right. It's £2.50, not £2. I guess if you can let £500 slide just like that then you must be quite well healed but not everyone is like you. That £500 amount could contribute towards the mortgage or council tax or holiday right?
Though amount is small but it's still £2.50 for lights bought not been used yet + I could get double sets that I wanted. I'm going back as I want more lights that my local had no stock left. Will be trying another branch tomorrow & try my luck.
Get off your high horse, lighten up and you know nothing about my financial position. We lost our house last year due to illness so lucky you if you have a mortgage and house. Merry Xmas!
#26
lianne21
veedubjai
lianne21
robertybob
lianne21
veedubjai
Can't believe this, just spent £5 on some battery fairy lights an hour ago. :( Going back for refund.
Cheer up we bought a leather sofa for £1400 and they reduced it by £500 next day. It's only 2 quid lol.
Did you go to DFS on the one day a year they don't have a sale on?!?!!
LOL I think we did !
Trust DFS to have a sale everyday but there's nothing to cheer about. Get your figures right. It's £2.50, not £2. I guess if you can let £500 slide just like that then you must be quite well healed but not everyone is like you. That £500 amount could contribute towards the mortgage or council tax or holiday right?
Though amount is small but it's still £2.50 for lights bought not been used yet + I could get double sets that I wanted. I'm going back as I want more lights that my local had no stock left. Will be trying another branch tomorrow & try my luck.
Get off your high horse, lighten up and you know nothing about my financial position. We lost our house last year due to illness so lucky you if you have a mortgage and house. Merry Xmas!

No high horse here. Just stating the facts that money is a finite resource that everyone should empower themselves. I'll brighten up once I get my refund to spend more at £land knowing that I'm getting a bargain. Says one it's only a couple of quid like it's not money compare to losing out £500 saving. Didn't one started this heated debate about the value of money like it's insignificant regardless how little or large. WTF! Why you need to go personal bringing up ones financial situation cased by health issues? Goodnight. All the best wishes in 2017.
1 Like #27
veedubjai
lianne21
veedubjai
lianne21
robertybob
lianne21
veedubjai
Can't believe this, just spent £5 on some battery fairy lights an hour ago. :( Going back for refund.
Cheer up we bought a leather sofa for £1400 and they reduced it by £500 next day. It's only 2 quid lol.
Did you go to DFS on the one day a year they don't have a sale on?!?!!
LOL I think we did !
Trust DFS to have a sale everyday but there's nothing to cheer about. Get your figures right. It's £2.50, not £2. I guess if you can let £500 slide just like that then you must be quite well healed but not everyone is like you. That £500 amount could contribute towards the mortgage or council tax or holiday right?
Though amount is small but it's still £2.50 for lights bought not been used yet + I could get double sets that I wanted. I'm going back as I want more lights that my local had no stock left. Will be trying another branch tomorrow & try my luck.
Get off your high horse, lighten up and you know nothing about my financial position. We lost our house last year due to illness so lucky you if you have a mortgage and house. Merry Xmas!
No high horse here. Just stating the facts that money is a finite resource that everyone should empower themselves. I'll brighten up once I get my refund to spend more at £land knowing that I'm getting a bargain. Says one it's only a couple of quid like it's not money compare to losing out £500 saving. Didn't one started this heated debate about the value of money like it's insignificant regardless how little or large. WTF! Why you need to go personal bringing up ones financial situation cased by health issues? Goodnight. All the best wishes in 2017.
Put them handbags down,it's Christmas!oO
1 Like #28
Isn't this time better spent with family. Who leaves it a day before Christmas for decorations?

Spend time with family, or the telly or pc or your favorite blanket.

Is Christmas just for shopping now? It won't be long when shops and supermarkets will be opened on this festive day.

For me this is the time to create memories with family.
2 Likes #29
aj2001
Isn't this time better spent with family. Who leaves it a day before Christmas for decorations?

Spend time with family, or the telly or pc or your favorite blanket.

Is Christmas just for shopping now? It won't be long when shops and supermarkets will be opened on this festive day.

For me this is the time to create memories with family.


HOW DARE YOU even question wether Christmas is about shopping? Of course it is, it's not about the thought it's about how much you spend that shows how much you love someone! OMG some people!!!

Kidding :) Merry Christmas everyone
#30
we have a clearance pound land near us.....last week most xmas stuff was 30p.
#31
Just got back from town. Was in Poundland by 9am and grabbed a few Christmassy bits for 50p each. Confectionery is NOT reduced (yet).
#32
brilliant got loads of stuff for all the pets.
picked up some stuff for cats and dogs at the Johnstone store
#33
aj2001
Isn't this time better spent with family. Who leaves it a day before Christmas for decorations?
Spend time with family, or the telly or pc or your favorite blanket.
Is Christmas just for shopping now? It won't be long when shops and supermarkets will be opened on this festive day.
For me this is the time to create memories with family.
local takeaways are open on Christmas day oO
#34
smudge92
squiff
smudge92
so even that non £1 stuff they are selling? wonder how they will get around that.
Very good point! Title and description edited ;)
aww :( how do you know the more expensive stuff isn't included?
The £15/ £8 items etc are included but only the christmas items

Toys, grocery lines are not reduced
#35
i work at poundland and i have been working on the christmas isle , the stock went to 50p on christmas eve and its only the christmas stock and nothing else. most of it is actually legacy from couple of years ago that no body wants. but the christmas conditional spend are half price and all the christmas stock/promotion are going to 25p next monday . poundland wants to get rid of all its old stock :)
#36
the best offer you will find is the wrapping paper for 3 for 50p ,or the luxury 3m wrapping paper for 50p :)
#37
10m wrapping paper 10p, all cards now 10p anything Christmas related max 50p but majority is all now 10p :)

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