The Reject Shop shoppers share their latest purchases of household goods and hidden gems from stores
Shoppers have showcased their incredible purchases from The Reject Shop after the in-store budget revealed an astonishing range of household items that rival Kmart and Aldi.
The discount chain experienced a massive increase in sales, driven by panic buying from customers during the COVID-19 crisis, making it one of the few retailers to thrive during the pandemic.
And the retailer, best known for their very affordable everyday items, has continued to convince their customers by dropping hidden gems in the aisles for household goods.
Thousands of customers flock to the one-stop-shop for all their modern home furnishings, storage solutions and trendy furniture pieces.
Thousands of customers flock to The Reject Shop for all their modern interior decoration. A mom bought a $ 12 and $ 9 white vases that look significantly more expensive than the affordable price tags
A customer poured themselves a glass of wine after a long day to relax in their bathtub with one of the store’s best-selling items: a $ 20 bamboo caddy (pictured)
The chain experienced a massive increase in sales, driven by panic buying from customers during the COVID-19 crisis, making it one of the few retailers to thrive during the coronavirus pandemic
The best bargains from The Reject Shop
Bathroom Caddy: $ 20
Tall Ceramic White Vase: $ 12
Artificial Plants: $ 5
Pantry Labels: $ 4
Metal floor lamp: $ 39
Haven Metal Alarm Clock: $ 12
Basket with Wooden Handles: $ 10
Cabinet with 5 drawers: $ 15
Potted Plant with Saucer: $ 12
Food container with lid: $ 5
Among the deals are stylish vases, ranging between $ 9 and $ 12, which look significantly more expensive than the affordable price tags.
A mother explained how she strategically placed the vases on her kitchen bench to hide the electrical outlets on the wall.
‘I needed something to hide it and make it look more attractive. So I used some cutting boards to hide the outlets and some vases to brighten it up, ” she wrote on Instagram.
Thousands of Australians have shared photos of their home transformations on Instagram after shaping their space on a tight budget.
“Mayor of spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on a house and filling it with stuff from The Reject Shop,” said one customer.
‘The baskets with wooden handles are my latest find! $ 10 each and they fit perfectly sideways in my pantry and perfectly lengthwise in my laundry. ‘
Australians are turning to the store to get their budget items, including fake plants
Best known for its highly affordable everyday items, the retailer has continued to convince its customers by dropping hidden gems in the aisles for household goods.
Australians style their homes on a budget (photo of some items from The Reject Shop, including the chic white potted plant)
Many shoppers have been able to rearrange their entire pantry with canisters and stock labels from the discount store. Prices for buses vary between $ 3.50 and $ 5
Thousands of customers flock to the one-stop shop for all their modern home furnishings, storage solutions and trendy furniture pieces
Some shoppers pour themselves a glass of wine after a long day to relax in their bathtub with the retailer’s $ 20 bamboo caddy.
Other customers revealed they were able to rearrange their entire pantries using tins and $ 4 food labels.
Sorry Kmart, but I prefer The Reject Shop pantry labels. Kmart labels contain only half the necessary herbs and spices, while The Reject Shop has dozens of extras, and they’re easier to read on the larger jars, ‘said one customer.
A mom created the ultimate ‘medicine cabinet’ using three five-drawer cabinets she found in the store for just $ 15 each.
‘I decided it was time to redecorate my medicine cabinet. Even though I already had this system, it still requires some maintenance, like all the spaces you organize, ”she said.
“I went ahead and grouped the categories back together, throwing out all obsolete items, and making sure labels were still relevant to the categories.”
One customer found these stylish baskets with wooden handles starting at just $ 10 each
Thousands of Australians have shared photos of their home transformations on Instagram after shaping their space on a tight budget
The storage boxes with bamboo lids on the bottom shelf are all from The Reject Shop. The boxes come in three sizes – $ 7 small, $ 12 medium, and $ 14 large
Interior lovers have styled their homes with budget items like this rug (pictured above) from The Reject Shop
A woman found a $ 39 metal floor lamp at the discount store for her living space
A mother created the ultimate ‘medicine cabinet’ using the storage boxes with drawers she found in the store. The five-drawer cabinet cost $ 15 each
The new range comes just months after The Reject Shop launched Tesco brand groceries in stores across Australia.
The retailer had signed a million dollar deal with Tesco, the UK’s largest supermarket, to sell its premium items in its stores.
Australians are sure to be a hit with British expats and now can get Tesco Gold Instant Coffee 100g for $ 6, canned vegetable soup, bottles of vinegar and rice cakes packets for $ 2 and Tesco biscuits are available for between $ 2 and $ 2.50.
The CEO of the Reject Shop, Andre Reich, said the supply agreement meant huge savings would continue.
‘We work with one of the largest supermarkets in the world that sells their best-selling lines. The higher the volume we buy, the cheaper it will be for customers, ”he said.
The new range comes just months after The Reject Shop launched Tesco brand groceries in stores across Australia after signing a million dollar deal with Tesco.
Mr Reich told news.com.au: ‘Many people are struggling to make ends meet, COVID has taught us that. We are all dealing with tough economic times. This is about giving Australians the best quality products at the best price
In addition to packaged food in dry stores, Tesco will also supply a range of health and beauty products to The Reject Shop in the coming months, as well as other household items.
While both sides admit that the unusual deal may surprise some customers, Tesco Group Export Director Jack Brabin said it will be a great windfall for Australian consumers – along with the 1.2 million British expats living in Down Under.
“We are delighted to partner with The Reject Shop to offer a range of fantastic Tesco products for grocery and baby care,” he said.
‘As the UK’s largest food retailer, we take enormous care to ensure that our products are of the best quality and provide great value. We look forward to sharing them with The Reject Shop customers. ‘