Massive sale at The Reject Shop on THOUSANDS of popular kitchen and food gadgets

Flash ‘Last Chance’ sale starts in The Reject Shop on THOUSANDS of popular kitchen and food appliances – with prices starting from just 10 cents

  • Customers rush to The Reject Shop for discounted purchases
  • An eagle-eyed buyer shared pictures of the products for sale online
  • Prices start at just 10 cents for canned foods like tuna

Australian discounter The Reject Shop has cut prices on thousands of affordable kitchen and grocery products.

An eagle-eyed customer who discovered the bargain stores shared several pictures with a Facebook group to alert others to the massive sale.

John of regional New South Wales said, “Wow, and there’s so much more to the grocery and kitchen department that I don’t have it.

“These are the discounts for the head office. If your store has this inventory, it will be scanned at the reduced price.”

An eagle-eyed customer who was quick to spot the bargains shared several pictures with a Facebook group promoting the sale

Prices start at just 10 cents for canned goods and 50 cents for various common household appliances Products include grill tongs, egg slicers, tuna, and nylon pans

Prices start at just 10 cents for canned food and 50 cents for a variety of common household appliances, including grill tongs, egg cutters, and nylon pans

Prices start at just 10 cents for canned food and 50 cents for a variety of common household appliances, including grill tongs, egg slicers, and nylon pans.

Customers can purchase a mortar and pestle for just $ 2 instead of $ 12, or a whiskey beaker for just $ 1 for a pack of four.

Instead of buying a 20 pack of wooden hangers for $ 16, the box set has been reduced to just $ 2.

Customers can purchase a mortar and pestle set for just $ 2 instead of $ 12, or a whiskey beaker set for just $ 1 for a pack of four

Customers can purchase a mortar and pestle set for just $ 2 instead of $ 12, or a whiskey beaker set for just $ 1 for a pack of four

It's hard to believe that the products were offered at such an affordable price, and it is likely that the shelves won't last long The budget product can be used efficiently to create a minimalist style at home

It’s hard to believe that the products were offered at such an affordable price, and it is likely that the shelves won’t last long

Instead of buying a 20 pack of wooden hangers for $ 16, the box set has been reduced to just $ 2

Instead of buying a 20 pack of wooden hangers for $ 16, the box set has been reduced to just $ 2

Other popular purchases include champagne flute sets and cutting boards for just 50 cents, stainless steel strainers and graters for $ 1, and bedroom storage cubes for $ 1.

Canned foods such as pasta sauces and tuna are also included in the budget sale and cost only 10 cents per can.

It’s hard to believe that the products were offered at such an affordable price, and it is likely that the shelves won’t last long.

Thousands of Australians have also shared pictures of their home transformations on Instagram after designing their space on a tight budget

Thousands of Australians have also shared pictures of their home transformations on Instagram after designing their space on a tight budget

A shopper poured herself a glass of wine after a long day to relax in her bathtub with one of the retailer's best-selling items - a $ 20 bamboo caddy (pictured)

A shopper poured herself a glass of wine after a long day to relax in her bathtub with one of the retailer’s best-selling items – a $ 20 bamboo caddy (pictured)

Australians designed their homes on a budget (image of some items from The Reject Shop, including the chic white potted plant).

Australians designed their homes on a budget (image of some items from The Reject Shop, including the chic white potted plant).

Thousands of Australians have also shared pictures of their home transformations on Instagram after designing their space on a tight budget.

“Lord Mayor to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on a house and fill it with items from The Reject Shop,” said one buyer.

“The baskets with wooden handles are my latest discovery! $ 10 each and they fit perfectly sideways in my pantry and perfectly lengthways in my laundry. ‘

Some shoppers pour themselves a glass of wine after a long day to relax in their tub with the retailer’s $ 20 bamboo caddy.

Other buyers said they were able to reorganize their entire pantry with the help of canisters and $ 4 grocery labels.

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