Large Rugs 2.3m x 1.7m - 3 designs - @ Lidl for £29.99
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Large Rugs 2.3m x 1.7m - 3 designs - @ Lidl for £29.99

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Found 17th Feb 2013
High-quality rug with soft pile and bound edge

Size approx. (m): 1.7 x 2.3

Suitable for use with underfloor heating
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Edited by: "Zuulan" 17th Feb 2013
Is this all stores?
Who needs carpet when you can get a rug for £30!
Good price.
Looks alright.
from thursday
Who needs Wayne Rooney's wages when you get one of these for £30 and it has a pattern on it too! Very modern.

feel like £30 rugs as well.... cheap and nasty
launabailey

feel like £30 rugs as well.... cheap and nasty



Is this speaking from experience or an assumption?
dexix

Is this speaking from experience or an assumption?



+1

Can you please clarify?
just a troll take no notice of them, the rugs are not even out yet
judgey

just a troll take no notice of them, the rugs are not even out yet


I got one from Lidl , burdett road. not bad for £30. Hot!
dexix

Is this speaking from experience or an assumption?

I expect pure quality luxury wool cashmere, nothing else for £30! Just buy this and confirm, you might gain some experience yourself!
Bought the first (brown) design this afternoon.

Yes, it's no £250 rug, but for £30 I'm well pleased.

So to sum up - they are in store and they are good value. Beware the trolls!
how did u get one? Says they not out till thursday
hot99

I expect pure quality luxury wool cashmere, nothing else for £30! Just … I expect pure quality luxury wool cashmere, nothing else for £30! Just buy this and confirm, you might gain some experience yourself!


He posed a valid question, Launabailey gave no frame of reference so we can only presume trolling until we get a comeback.
No need to be glib, yes its 30 quid, but it might be decent quality. Amazing what 30 quid gets you from China etc these days.
Who needs a 777 with First Class silver service waitressing when you can get a couple of these for sixty quid ? X)
great price may get one for summerhouse
Will it only keep for two days then you have to chuck it in the bin?

you said it all really:

hwangeruk

[quote=hot99] [quote=dexix] [quote=launabailey] Amazing what 30 quid … [quote=hot99] [quote=dexix] [quote=launabailey] Amazing what 30 quid gets you from China etc these days.

Love how anyone with a differing opinion is a troll these days. It's common sense that these wont be great for £30, you can even see they are very thin from the pics. But for that price you can afford to replace it after a few years when it's looking tatty. Voted hot as it's good value for money, but don't kid yourselves that these will feel like a luxury rug for this price.
attacking a person for a single comment who are the real trolls.... think some people take this forum far too seriously
umzz someone saying "feel like £30 rugs as well.... cheap and nasty" when it aint out yet seems a trollish thing todo
Edited by: "judgey" 17th Feb 2013
Looked at and felt these rugs. They seem very good, If there was one to suit me I would have purchased, and been well pleased at such a bargain. Dissapointed that non were suitable for me!!!
sunny how did u when they not out yet?
shame they're going to be quite thin though. thicker rugs are better, heavier, stay in place and less likely to ruck-up or get kicked-up on the corners. £30 is a good price for the size though.
I presume these are Nylon ?
As long as it doesnt contain any horse mean then it seems to be a good price
Looks good to me. With three kids I'd rather have a rug wearing out quicker than the carpet beneath it. Well worth £30 IMO.

Hot
tiberious

I presume these are Nylon ?


Nylon, polyester or whatever the latest synthetic material is. However what more can you expect for £30?

Even synthetic materials can vary in how they look and feel to some degree, so it all depends upon what you intend using it for and whether it looks and feels okay.

I looked at some cheap rugs in Aldi and they looked very synthetic and cheap and they were of a more usable size for me but I didn't purchase one. These are too big for the places that I am likely to use them so not much use for me. Slightly reluctant heat added though because I haven't seen them to check whether they look like crap.

Edited by: "HookedOnHotDeals" 18th Feb 2013
Are these available already? Or as I read in one of the posts that they will be available from Thurs?

Worth checking out for that price.
I bought one today in Mare Street. It's ok quality, I'm happy with it for £30 you can't grumble!.

Bought one - Nowt wrong - v.large fills the room . Happy cheers
only three delivered to my store, chocolate one gone, before 9 am real waste of transport and time, proper annoyed.
Picked up the white and black rug this morning. I have to say I wasn't to impressed but flip it over and the backside looks great! I took the labels off and Ta Dar, a nice patten hard wearing rug for the kitchen floor, which gets plenty of traffic. A two in one rug for thirty quid, thanks Lidl.
Went in first thing to the Ashington store, they only had three of the orange ones deliverered which looked pretty ghastly! Was after the black or brown ones so wasted journey really - Thanks LIDL
managed to get a brown one well worth the money its huge , and will protect my carpet from my little girls art sessions
heat
Managed to snag a black and white one at Burton-on-Trent ("Where?" I hear you say) - it's very thin, but for £30 it's great. Bye bye floorboards!
Original Poster
I wasn't able to get to a Lidl on Thursday so got to 2 different stores yesterday. Both sold out on Thursday. D'oh. Perhaps I shouldn't have posted this deal until after I got one. LOL.
the one in west croydon has quite a few of each
Edited by: "johnro" 28th Feb 2013
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