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hi guys keep seeing loads of offers from home bargains on here. not got one near me closest is in stroud so wondered if anyone could tell me if its worth the 45 min drive to have a gander here. thanks… Read More
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
hi guys keep seeing loads of offers from home bargains on here. not got one near me closest is in stroud so wondered if anyone could tell me if its worth the 45 min drive to have a gander here. thanks for the feedback appreciated.
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Unless you see a specific offer that you really want to stock up on then no I wouldn't travel 45 mins.
#2
It depends,i wouldn't say so,because the stuff they have changes a lot,so one time you might go and they have nothing that interests you,other times they have lots.
#3
its just a junk shop, i would not go if it was 10 minutes away
#4
Wouldnt go to Stroud to be honest
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I regularly shop at HB's there are quite a lot of offers, household, food, toiletries, goodies, toys! As it's 45 away from you you should make it a once a week visit maybe and visit another shop that's nearby ie like your regular visit to Tesco for instance so it's worth the visit. Also make sure you are aware of prices of goods before you go in as you will get some bargains as it the sign says! Toilet cleaner 49p bleach 39p washing up liquid 49p wine is 2.99/3.99 crisps my god I get these for parties by the 100's cos they are quite cheap. Biscuits are cheaper than say some of the same brands I have seen in Morrisons! Milk UHT and it tastes nice is 49p for semi or skimmed. Cakes/Sweets - that's how I got fat, Haribo's at half price! The list goes on, my shop is quite small but if your shop is a good size there is even small furniture and bedding! I would say go and have a look!!!
#6
bluedave
Unless you see a specific offer that you really want to stock up on then no I wouldn't travel 45 mins.


Even then I would call first, because they dont have the same stuff in every shop
#7
I love the shop :)
#8
Amartyn
I regularly shop at HB's there are quite a lot of offers, household, food, toiletries, goodies, toys! As it's 45 away from you you should make it a once a week visit maybe and visit another shop that's nearby ie like your regular visit to Tesco for instance so it's worth the visit. Also make sure you are aware of prices of goods before you go in as you will get some bargains as it the sign says! Toilet cleaner 49p bleach 39p washing up liquid 49p wine is 2.99/3.99 crisps my god I get these for parties by the 100's cos they are quite cheap. Biscuits are cheaper than say some of the same brands I have seen in Morrisons! Milk UHT and it tastes nice is 49p for semi or skimmed. Cakes/Sweets - that's how I got fat, Haribo's at half price! The list goes on, my shop is quite small but if your shop is a good size there is even small furniture and bedding! I would say go and have a look!!!


Blimey, do you own them?:)
#9
Home Bargains is a great shop
#10
Its one of those shops that you either can find loads or nothing you want to buy ............ saying that i always end up buying something :oops:
#11
Benjiboo1
Its one of those shops that you either can find loads or nothing you want to buy ............ saying that i always end up buying something :oops:


+1, they sell a lot of named brands aswell much cheaper than in tesco eg the haribos and pepsi wines, they sell baby food, the jars that are in asda for about 60p each they knock out for 19p but as pps have said they do rotate their stock quite often :thumbsup:
#12
thanks guys for all your feedback. :)
#13
*roosterpots*;6501002
+1, they sell a lot of named brands aswell much cheaper than in tesco eg the haribos and pepsi wines, they sell baby food, the jars that are in asda for about 60p each they knock out for 19p but as pps have said they do rotate their stock quite often :thumbsup:

Which makes it more fun, coz you never know whats going to catch your eye :)
#14
anyone know if stroud is a big store then
#15
I go every week and always get bags full of stuff (most not needed but does get eaten or used - lol! I would recommend you making at least one trip to see what is available!
#16
stacy5uk
anyone know if stroud is a big store then


No, it's not very big. Stroud is rubbish as well. Definitely not worth it.
#17
angelfairee
No, it's not very big. Stroud is rubbish as well. Definitely not worth it.


What makes you say Stroud is rubbish?
#18
flyingflea
What makes you say Stroud is rubbish?


I work there. I have family from there. I live near there.

I KNOW it's rubbish.
#19
I wouldn't travel. It is good to pop in if you are local and see what they have.

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