SAINSBURY’S shoppers have been going wild for a home essential that has been slashing their energy bills.
Sainsbury’s faux throw has been hailed for helping customers with their energy bills[/caption]
And now, its price has been slashed – selling for a bargain £5.40[/caption]
This is the “Habitat Sage Faux Mohair Throw” blanket set. It promises warmth and comfort like no other blanket on the market, and it’s available in a range of sizes.
The 50x125cm throw is currently priced at £5.40, a staggering 70 per cent off from its original price of £18.
The throw is made from 100 per cent polyester, incredibly fluffy, and promises to add a sense of cosiness and warmth to your bedroom or living room.
Sainsbury’s describes the throw as: “You’ll be snug as a bug with this fabulous faux mohair throw.
“Ideal for bringing some seriously stylish texture to your bedding, this generous 150x125cm throw is snuggly soft.
“Deep sage green with a tassel trim, it’ll look fabulous accessorised with soft pinks and pops of gold. Divinely decadent.
“Drips, spills and splashes hold no fears for this soft touch throw. Just pop in the wash to keep things fresh and furry.”
And plenty of happy customers have been gushing with agreement.
One savvy shopper who spotted the sale took to a Facebook Coupons and Bargaining page to share her excitement.
Other users quickly commented how envious they were.
One user wrote: “Exactly what I’d be looking for.”
Another tagged a friend, saying: “Omg if you see this please grab me 1 xx”
While a third simply added: “Need.”
As the colder weather persists, and the costs of energy remain sky-high, many Brits have been looking for alternatives to keeping themselves warm in these winter months.
Money-saving expert Martin Lewis recently revealed six gadgets to keep you warm and avoid putting the heating on.
Among the list of products he recommended for “heating the human and not the home” were USB gloves, heated insoles and reusable hand warmers.
Meanwhile, a woman who hasn’t put her heating on in five years, has taken to TikTok to share her top hacks and essential buys for keeping warm during the winter.
How to save on your energy bill
Switch off your electrical appliances
It has been estimated that you could save £55 a year by turning off your appliances when they aren’t in use.
Turn off your lights
Make sure to turn off your lights when you leave a room.
This could save you around £25 a year.
Be careful with washing and tumble drying
If you use your washing machine less frequently on 30 degree cycles, instead of higher temperatures, you could save £29 a year.
And by just putting your clothes on a clothes rack, you could save a whopping £60 a year.
Keep well insulated
Effective insulation of your water tanks, radiators and pipes could save you £50 a year on your bills.
Cut that shower time
If you shower for a max of four minutes, you could save £70 on your energy bills
Sainsbury’s has made a point of making their winter products affordable[/caption]