Yellow sticker shopping mum bags huge pile of fancy M&S treats for less than £20 including REALLY posh birthday cake

IF you haven't already jumped on board the yellow-sticker bandwagon, then you certainly will after seeing this shopper's impressive haul.

The woman popped into Marks & Spencer to pick up her online grocery order – but walked out with far more than she was expecting with a range of cut-price items.

"Landed very lucky when I nipped into the food hall whilst collecting an online order," she wrote in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group.

Alongside the caption she shared snaps of her very fancy and delicious treats including huge pizza slabs and a VERY posh looking cake.

The mouth-watering dessert cost her just £2.25 down from a massive £18 while a range of tomato and cheese pizza slabs set her back just £1.66.

All but two items were slashed to under £2, with some, including a box of chunk onion rings, costing less than £1.

Most were items that would cost a fortune if you were to buy them all at full price, so the woman, no doubt, was feeling pretty chuffed about her spontaneous food shop.

The best part is that the whole thing cost her just short of £20.

Naturally, other bargain-hunters were desperate to know her secrets, in hope they too could score such impressive deals.

Impressed, one person wrote: "Can't beat a bargain especially with some nice sweet treats in there too. Hope you enjoy."

"Save me a slice of the cake," said another, and frankly, we like how they think.

Another admitted: "My local m&s are fab for this too, always get some right bargains in there!"

While one person pointed out: "M&S is quite expensive for food shopping."

Meanwhile, this mum praises Asda for generous selection of four free kids’ meals after only buying a £1.30 coffee

Plus we revealed the top eight M&S buys to nab NOW from pretty summer dresses to the perfect pair of sandals.

This mum who feeds her family of four for just £17 per week from Tesco shares her exact shopping list.

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