Superdrug shoppers rush to buy dupe of £90 iconic designer perfume for just £1.96 | The Sun

SUPERDRUG shoppers are rushing to buy a dupe of an iconic designer perfume that's scanning for less than £2.

The Layering Lab Blossom smelly is selling for just £1.96, a whopping £85 less than the Mugler Alien in stock at The Perfume Shop.

One shopper found the bargain product in their local Superdrug store, posting about it on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group.

They said: "Superdrug perfume two for £3.92 instead of £15.98 for Superdrug members."

Of course, you would need to be a Superdrug loyalty scheme member to bag this deal, but you can sign up to it for free online or on your smartphone.

You could try finding the same perfume at your local Superdrug store but they might not have it at the same price.

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If you want to find your nearest branch you just have to use the retailer's store locator on its website.

Meanwhile, the same Layering Lab Blossom is on sale on Superdrug's website and members can bag it for £3.95.

That's not as cheap as £1.96, but still £83 cheaper than the Mugler Alien version.

Shoppers who aren't signed up to Superdrug's members scheme will have to pay £7.99.

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Bear in mind you'll have to pay a fee if you want it delivered to your home.

It's £3 for standard and £4.90 for next day delivery, while click and collect is free.

Of course, always remember with products like this it's worth shopping around to see if you can get a better price elsewhere.

Websites like Price Runner and Price Spy let you compare thousands of products and their prices.

Meanwhile, the Google Products tab is a quick way of scanning the internet to see how much retailers are selling an item for.

In this case, it's hard to compare prices as the product is exclusive to Superdrug.

But it can be useful if you are looking to compare the price of branded products – a tin of Heinz Baked Beans say.

How to save money at Superdrug

The first and quickest way to start saving money at Superdrug is by signing up to its Health and Beautycard scheme.

It's free to sign up and gives you access to lower prices on selected products and free delivery when you spend £15 or more.

You also earn rewards each time you spend a minimum of £5, including free beauty boxes, own-brand products and double points.

You can be entered into competitions to win holidays too.

Look out for voucher codes on websites like too – you can earn discounts on certain products and earn extra loyalty points.


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In other news, Avon will sell its products in UK high street shops for the first time as part of a new link-up with Superdrug.

Plus, Superdrug shoppers were rushing to the retailer to snap up Elf make-up products for as little as 10p.

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