I got my son’s entire school uniform for a quid – I save so much cash buying bargains we’ve gone on three extra holidays | The Sun

A MUM has revealed how she bagged her son's entire school uniform ahead of term for just £1.

The woman, called Francesca, shared in a TikTok video how she had picked up the amazing bargains at her local charity shop.

Captioning a post, the thrifty mum wrote: "These school uniform clothes are in really good condition and saved me a fortune! 20p each from the charity shop."

She said: "Maybe this is wishful thinking that the summer holidays were over and my children would return to school.

"But I picked up some school stuff for my son from the charity shop.

"I got three pairs of trousers and two polo shirts for £1."


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Francesca proudly held up the secondhand white tops and grey bottoms to the camera.

She has revealed elsewhere on the platform that the money she saves on such bargains have helped her fund three extra family holidays.

The clip was popular with social media users, who left more than 180 'likes' on the post.

One person wrote: "You are amazing."

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The woman, called Francesca, shared how she had picked up the bargains at a charity shopCredit: Tiktok/@francescacharityshop

Another commented: "Wow!!!!"

Others shared the bargains they had picked up on their own trips to the charity shop.

One person shared: "My best [from when] I bought from charity for school was a pair of shoes for 50p and [they] still [look] like new."

Francesca replied: "That's incredible! Glad you found a bargain."

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