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Home Bargains logo89p Smell-alike perfumesSimilar to Kenzo, DKNY etc. 50ml bottle, at Home Bargains

While stocks last

If you're looking for a smell-alike perfume a lot cheaper than the original designer version, there are six 'Virtual Brands' (we see what they did there!) eau de toilette perfumes available for 89p for a 50ml bottle in Home Bargains stores nationwide (find your nearest), while stocks last.

Fragrances available include:

  • DINKY Delectable, similar to DKNY Be Delicious, cheapest for the original we found - £29.99 for 50ml at AllBeauty.com.
  • Flower, similar to Kenzo Flower, cheapest for the original we found- £32.50 for 50ml at AllBeauty.com.
  • Sky Blue, similar to Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue, cheapest for the original we found - £39.95 for 50ml at AllBeauty.com.
  • Choice, similar to Chanel Chance, cheapest for the original we found - £55 for 50ml at House of Fraser.
  • Mademoiselle London, similar to Chanel Coco Mademoiselle, cheapest for the original we found - £54.50 for 50ml at Feel Unique.
  • Emporia, similar to Calvin Klein Euphoria, cheapest for the original we found - £43.50 at The Fragrance Shop.

Home Bargains 89p smell-alike perfume dupes

We've done some in-house testing at MSE Towers of other cheap smell-alike perfumes, and many scored highly against the more expensive brands so don't write off cheaper alternatives as they could save you a lot of money.

See the Cheap smell-alikes forum post to see what forumites think.

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Home Bargains logo8 Cadbury's Creme Eggs for 1IN-STORE only. Usually around 60p each

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Forumites have been picking up EIGHT Cadbury's Creme Eggs for 1 in-store at Home Bargains. These usually sell at 60p each so you're saving 3.80.

Home Bargains hasn't confirmed this particular deal. However, it did say products are generally nationwide and are in store while stocks last. Read the Home Bargains Creme Eggs discussion.

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