I'm a Lush super-fan – my clever trick to get as much as £12.50 off your bill, and it's SO easy | The Sun

WE all love getting money off when we go shopping.

And one Lush super-fan has revealed her clever trick which ended up getting her an impressive £12.50 on her bill.

Victoria explained that all she needed to do was take back her empty pots and containers to the store to get money off her next shop.

"I'll get 50p for each full-sized pot and 5p for any sample pots I return," she said in a video on her TikTok page, showing off the huge haul of pots she spread across the till.

"I hope the staff are ready for this!" she joked.

In total, she ended up getting £12.50 off products, so she "picked out some new goodies with that discount off".

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She ended up getting the Happy Skin exfoliator, Sleepy Bear bath bomb and Sticky Dates shower gel for £14.25 instead of £26.75.

"What a brilliant scheme!" she concluded.

And people were quick to comment on the video, with many admitting they were keen to try out the Bring it Back scheme.

"Can't wait to do this with my products!" one wrote.

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"Oh my god, it was worth it!" another added.

As a third tagged their friend and suggested she take her lip scrub pots back.

With Victoria replying: "The lip scrubs don’t count, but they will recycle the glass".

"I adore sticky dates!! Smells like a sticky toffee sponge pudding!" someone else wrote.

"Delicious isn’t it! one of my favourites," Victoria responded.

But not everyone was impressed, with one sarcastically writing: " Not enough to buy one bath bomb."

"£12.50? I could buy 2 with that…" Victoria hit back.

Lush's Bring it Back scheme means you can get money off with the return of the pots, or you can opt for a free face mask instead with five full-sized pots returned.

Thanks to the scheme, the store had an incredible 720,000 items of Lush packaging to shops in 2022.

The free face mask gift has been around since 2009, but the Bring it Back scheme for the money off was only recently created.

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"When we learnt that only around 9-12% of plastic is recycled globally, we wanted to do more to encourage our customers and staff to return their empties to us, so we can ensure they are recycled into more great packaging," they wrote on their website.

"Thus the refreshed Bring It Back scheme was created."

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