Wilko fans race to the sale with up to 50 percent off, including bits for Xmas & some are buying multiple fake trees | The Sun

THE MASSIVE sale at Wilko has hit the shelves – and fans are going wild over the cut-price goodies that have been slashed by up to 50 percent off.

The news comes as Wilko announced a huge administration sale in some of its stores, offering discounts on thousands of products.

The sale, which offers a variety of cheap buys, has already become a hit on social media, where delighted shoppers have been raving about it.

One of them, Dee Simpson, took to Facebook to inform fellow fans about what they could expect to get their hands on at the store.

According to Dee, the nearby Wilko in Cumbria had shelves full of bargain buys, including festive decorations for both Halloween and even the Christmas period ahead.

''My local wilko have various things on offer, 20% off home stuff, 50% off Christmas and also 30% off Halloween items,'' she wrote in the post.


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Dee also uploaded a couple of snaps on the popular Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, home to more than 2.3million members.

If you're already looking to get ready for Christmas on a budget, the retailer offers fake trees for as little as £12.50 – and there's a design for everyone.

As well as nabbing a baby pink Christmas tree, you can also choose between an easily assembled fake tree for £17.50 or a larger Christmas tree with snow effect for £32.50.

A similar design tree, that was originally selling for £45, was now on sale for £22.50 and was 6ft in height.

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The bargain buys have taken the internet by storm, as hundreds liked the post and some even revealed they've bought multiple fake trees.

One Christmas fan chuckled: ''I'm having one in the living room and kitchen .. might even go for one at the top of the stairs, one of them skinny ones.''


Someone else tagged their pal, writing: '' I need another Christmas tree.''

Sadly, not everyone's had the best luck with finding cheap bargain buys.

A disappointed shopper said: ''I was in sale store shelves were half empty.''

''Our local store is still full price on everything,'' another added.

''They have put prices up so in the end there is no discount really,'' a fellow member of the group chimed in.

The sale comes amid fresh hopes the chain could be saved after going bust last week, putting all stores and 12,500 jobs at risk.

Administrators at PwC, who are now in control of the company, are looking at bids from several potential buyers, according to insiders.

The Sun previously reported several potential buyers have shown an interest in buying the high street retailer.

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Fellow rivals, such as Discount retailers B&M, The Range, Poundland and Home Bargains, have all expressed an interest, according to sources.

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