AN eagle-eyed shopper has spotted the bargain of a lifetime after visiting her local Tesco store where she noticed the most incredible over-sized wine glass selling for just 88p each.
The iridescent glassware is what dreams are made of and it seems they've become even more appealing after the price was slashed from £3.50 each to less than a pound – and people cannot contain their excitement.
Sharing the news online with members of the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group, the woman snapped a photo of the magical looking wine glass – which can also be used for gin – with the teeny-tiny price tag showing discounted price.
Allowing the picture to speak for itself, she captioned the photo: "£3.50 down to 88p in Tesco!", and people couldn't be more thrilled – including us.
One eager buyer said: "Omg love them"
While another said: " I need these for my rainbow collection!!"
But upon closer inspection, some eagle-eyed shoppers who spotted the price tag seem to think that the label is incorrect and that the 88p sticker is actually supposed to be for a different type of glass – the one next to it.
And that would make sense because 88p sounds too good to be true, especially for a beauty such as this.
One person said: " The 88p label is for a gold glitter J tumbler glass, not the gin glass."
while another agreed: "That price is for the glass next to the wine glasses!"
And a third confirmed: "Nope, the tumbler is 88p not those."
I need these for my rainbow collection!
Regardless of the price, it seems the glass is a popular buy as they are already proving to be hard to find.
Many eager shoppers claimed they popped into multiple stores near them with no sign of the colourful glasses – and we even checked online, too and it seems they aren't available there either.
The picture of the glass – which can we used for wine or gin – has racked up over 5,000 likes and almost 3,000 comments with many eager to get their hands on a couple – regardless of the price.
So if you're wanting to add a splash of magic to your next night in, you better hurry because they won't be around for much longer.
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