Parents are going wild for Asda school shoes which are scanning for £2 instead of £16 | The Sun

PARENTS are scrambling to Asda where shoppers can bag shoes for their kids for just £2.

The incredible deal comes just in time for school, as parents and children are getting ready for the term ahead.

One of those to spot the bargain was mum Jenny Cobban, who took to Facebook to informs fellow shoppers.

Sharing a snap of her kid's new footwear, the chuffed customer said in her post: ''ASDA selling off school shoes cheap.

''These were down from £16 to £2.''

Whilst shopping, Jenny had managed to bag an adorable pair of glossy black shoes that came with an intricate design and even the children's favourite Elsa insole.

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To make the wear easier, the footwear also had straps instead of laces.

What's more, a similar style of shoes costs more elsewhere – for instance, rival Marks & Spencer offer a Frozen-inspired footwear for £31, whilst a pair at NEXT will set you back by £28.

''This was in a Scottish branch (kirkcaldy),'' Jenny added in the comments.

''Think the English branches will be later in doing it due to the different school holiday dates. Worth keeping an eye out next wk [week].''

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The post, uploaded on the popular Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, has since racked up over a whopping 1k likes.

More than 1.3k people raced to comments, where many tagged their pals and thanked Jenny for sharing the news.


One said: ''Ooh could have a look later.''and we spend £60 on school shoes like an absolute mug because our kid has to match mummy’s docs.''

''They look lovely. What a great buy. Well done,'' a fellow member penned.

However, despite the low price, some insisted the shoes were of poor quality.

''Just had them and fell to bits!'' one Asda customer claimed.

''asda shoes she seems to ruin within the first 2 days,'' someone else also didn't have positive experience with the affordable footwear.

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