A customer who stumbled upon an incredible deal on Boots baby products wowed others by donating her transport to a children’s hospital.
Since posting to social media, other moms who have discovered the bargains have said they are doing the same and making sure babies and families in hospital can reap the benefits of the deal.
Aveeno Baby Wash and MAM Newborn bottles are on sale across the UK but this buyer found the offer in a store in London and took them to Great Ormond Street Hospital and the children’s charity .
In total the bill was £ 89.99 meaning she saved £ 89.87 after buying 12 items for 1p.
The post was shared in a Facebook group to save money and said, “All for 12 PENCE!”
“9 MAM infant bottles with pacifiers inside (RRP £ 7.99) and 3 Aveeno Body Wash bottles (RRP £ 5.99)
“They cost 1 pence each at Boots in Oxford Street, London (I didn’t have to be a Baby Club member or even scan a Boots card)!
“All were donated to Great Ormond Street Hospital and the Children’s Charity for Babies Born Here”
After the post, 2,300 people liked and adored it with hundreds of comments on the product photographs.
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One customer said: “It happened to me a few weeks ago with the Aveeno scan at 1am.
“So I bought some for myself (I must have some for November), then I brought 50 more and gave them away,” said a customer who kept what she needed and kindly donated. rest.
One buyer said: “They were freebies at one point, but for 1p I grab them too x How nice of you to give them”
The freebies and offers are part of the Boots Parenting club which is available to customers who are pregnant up to the child’s age five, with the offers mailed to you or you can view them on the Boots application.
“It’s a beautiful thing for you to do. It’s tough financially when your kid is sick. I struggled,” another comment said.
A mom thanked: “As someone who spent time in the hospital with my baby, thank you, it’s so kind and it will benefit so much x”
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