Woman nabs £110 pair of Nike Air Max for just £25 – and others say they’ve got them even cheaper

IF you're in need of some new trainers, then it might just be your lucky day -because you can bag a pair of Nike Air Max for as little as £25.

One shopper alerted bargain hunters of the news after picking up a pair in her local Nike store.

While the price is incredibly sweet as it is, she revealed that students can get them for even cheaper – and others have confirmed.

Posting in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group, she wrote: "Picked up some Nike Air Max 200 for £25 from the nike store today. £22.50 if you have student discount."

And added: "Grab yourself a bargain!! Not available online.They're still £110 on Asos!"

While the style is available in a range of other colours,it appears the woman only spotted the black pair on offer in her store.

Some other shoppers revealed that the sale isn't just limited to this particular pair, but other Nike footwear too.

Commenting on the post, one person wrote: "My daughter and son got so.e of these but different colour £22.50 and a size 6. Was well chuffed."

And another shared: "Had shox too down too 30 i got tje nike air black and white yest for 25."

Meanwhile, a third shared: "I also got my student discount on top, so £22.50 is an absolute bargain!!"

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