M&S shopper branded selfish over her £500 savings in Boxing Day sales

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A woman was shamed as "selfish" after revealing how she had saved almost £500 in Boxing Day sales.

Megan Ayr claimed she bought £578.80 worth of products for just £73.40 in a bargain spree at M&S and Superdrug.

Some were less than impressed to see the mountain of products Ayr managed to find, reports the Manchester Evening News.

Her Superdrug bargains included lip kits reduced from £20 to £2, Disney body sprays reduced from £12 to £2 and Carmex from £10 to just £2.

On top of that, her discount deals at M&S saw savings on a £55 turkey marked down to £11.55 and a £3 chocolate cake knocked down to 87p.

Megan, a member of the B&M Bargains, Money Saving Deals and Discount Codes group, shared the details of her shop in a Facebook post.

She wrote: "Merry Christmas. Here's Megan's list of bargains and her price breakdown."

Megan estimated that she made a total saving of around 87.5% based on the products' recommended retail prices.

While many people praised Megan's bargain hunting skills, others branded her as selfish.

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Lucy Richards commented: "But what you need it all for?

"If everyone got one or two, then the ones that missed out would have also been able to get some.

Great bargains, well some. Just feel it's a bit selfish."

Susan Lee said: "Leave some for others. Pure greed."

Lorraine Davenport asked: "Did you buy it as cheap or buy it as you need it?

"Some seem to buy everything cheap on the shelves leaving none for others on a budget."

Meanwhile, others quickly defended Megan and praised her for finding the bargain hotspots.

Superdrug and M&S have sales both in-store and online.

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  • Deals
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