Mum bags £162 of tracksuits and trainers for £35 in the Foot Locker mega sale
MUMS are raving about Foot Locker’s mammoth sale with one woman managing to bag herself £162 worth of gear for a mere £35. The sportswear store has slashed the price of hundreds of goodies, with p…
She said: “So many bargains about!!“Footlocker tracksuit & trainers should have cost £161.9..... paid £34.97!!”4Another mum got £162 worth of items for £35, including this tracksuitNike Air - Baby Tracksuits, was £51.99 now £14.99 -
She managed to get her hands on a Nike Air baby tracksuit for just £14.99, which was originally on sale for £51.99.Hundreds of people liked her post, as they uploaded snaps of their own hauls to Foot Locker.This fan wrote: “Footlocker sale is mad! Site keeps crashing but managed to get these.
“Should have came up to just under £200 instead I paid just under £50 for all 3 pairs!”4Fans have been sharing their incredible deals online which start from £10Credit: Extreme Couponing and Bargains UKFootlocker sale, from £10 -Another posted: “Thanks to the good person that posted the foot locker sale £60 instead of £315.”
A third shared: “Footlocker sale! Picked up these trainers with free delivery for £44.99.“Ordered yesterday, shipping confirmation received this morning, estimated delivery thursday!4The sportswear site has slashed prices by up to 82 per centCredit: Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK
“All other colours of this trainer are £80 on footlocker website!“Always loved them but refused to pay the price.”While this person raved: “Footlocker have a good sale on.“Free delivery if you spend £25. Website is a pain and slow but worth it.”
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