TWO shoppers have taken their followers to show what one of the biggest Poundland stores in the UK looked like – and it's got heaps of bargains.
What's better than Poundland? Visiting one that's 18,380 ft in size – and not only is it massive, but it's also got trolleys so you can pile high.
Since its opening earlier this month, the store, which is based in Glasgow, Scotland, has attracted numerous customers, and one of them was the twin duo Kevin & Kieran D’Arcy (@foodthirst_).
According to the brothers, the discount retailer is so big, it offers trolleys to its customers, so they can go on a shopping spree and bag all the goodies.
Whilst browsing around the store, the siblings were surprised that the majority of the items, including dishware and DIY tools, were a pound.
As well as finding a vast array of food and sweet treats for Easter, the twins also saw an aisle of clothing.
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After some inspection, they discovered that a lot of it was by George at ASDA – just discounted.
Some tags of the garments, the duo added in the video, were identical to the ones at Primark, meaning the items come from the same supplier.
The best part, however, was the sweets selection, they chuckled.
''This did not disappoint.''
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Despite not bagging loads apart from the odd random bit here and there, the brothers advised fellow shopping fans to visit the store when possible.
''For you bargain hunters out there, the UK's biggest Poundland is definitely worth the visit.
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''Although this chewing gum is a bloody rip-off,'' they added, zooming into a £1.50 mini packet.
But of course, Poundland enthusiasts didn't need telling twice – close to 200 flocked to comments to tag their pals.
''It's actually quite sad that I've been looking forward to a day off work today to go here,'' wrote one person.
''Was there today so good,'' another penned.
However, some claimed it wasn't even as affordable, with one warning: ''loads of stuff is cheaper in home bargains.''
''Oh no that’s giving me aniexty [anxiety] as it’s too big!'' someone else would not be visiting the store any time soon.
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