Massive sale at The Reject Shop on THOUSANDS of popular kitchen and food gadgets

Australia’s discount retailer The Reject Shop has reduced the prices of thousands of budget kitchen and food products.

One eagle-eyed customer who spotted the bargain deals shared several images to a Facebook group to alert others to the enormous sale.

John, from regional New South Wales, said: ‘Wow, and there is so much more in the food and kitchen section that I don’t have.

‘These are the head office markdowns so if your store has this stock then they will scan at the reduced price’. 

One eagle-eyed customer who was swift to notice the bargain deals shared several images to a Facebook group promoting the sale

One eagle-eyed customer who was swift to notice the bargain deals shared several images to a Facebook group promoting the sale

Prices start from as little as 10 cents for tinned food and 50 cents for various common household appliances

Products include barbecue tongs, egg slicers, tuna and nylon ladles

Prices start from as little as 10 cents for tinned food and 50 cents for various common household appliances, including barbecue tongs, egg slicers and nylon ladles 

Prices start from as little as 10 cents for tinned food and 50 cents for various common household appliances, including barbecue tongs, egg slicers and nylon ladles.

Customers can purchase a mortar and pestle for as little as $2 instead of $12, or a whiskey tumbler glass set for only $1 for a pack of four.

Rather than buying a 20 pack of wooden hangers for $16, the box set has been reduced to only $2. 

Customers can purchase a mortar and pestle set for as little as $2 instead of $12 or a whiskey tumbler glass set for only $1 for a pack of four

Customers can purchase a mortar and pestle set for as little as $2 instead of $12 or a whiskey tumbler glass set for only $1 for a pack of four

It's difficult to believe the products have been marked down to such a cheap price, and it's likely the buys won't last long on store shelves

The budget product can be used efficiently to create a minimalistic style at home

It’s difficult to believe the products have been marked down to such a cheap price, and it’s likely the buys won’t last long on store shelves

Rather than buying a 20 pack of wooden hangers for $16, the box set has been reduced to only $2

Rather than buying a 20 pack of wooden hangers for $16, the box set has been reduced to only $2 

Other popular buys include champagne flute sets and chopping boards for only 50 cents, stainless steel sifters and graters for $1, and bedroom storage cubes for $1.

Canned food products such as pasta sauces and tuna are also featured in the budget clearance sale, costing only 10 cents per tin.

It’s difficult to believe the products have been marked down to such a cheap price, and it’s likely the buys won’t last long on store shelves. 

Thousands of Australians have also been sharing pictures of their home transformations on Instagram after styling their space on a tight budget

Thousands of Australians have also been sharing pictures of their home transformations on Instagram after styling their space on a tight budget 

One shopper poured herself a glass of wine after a long day to relax in their bathtub with one of the retailer's best-selling item - a $20 bamboo caddy (pictured)

One shopper poured herself a glass of wine after a long day to relax in their bathtub with one of the retailer’s best-selling item – a $20 bamboo caddy (pictured)

Australians have been styling their homes on a budget (picture of some items from The Reject Shop, including the chic white pot plant)

Australians have been styling their homes on a budget (picture of some items from The Reject Shop, including the chic white pot plant)

Thousands of Australians have also been sharing pictures of their home transformations on Instagram after styling their space on a tight budget.

‘Lord Mayor of spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on a house and filling it with things from The Reject Shop,’ one shopper said. 

‘The baskets with timber handles are my latest find! $10 each and they fit perfectly sideways in my pantry and perfectly longways in my laundry.’

Some shoppers are pouring themselves a glass of wine after a long day to relax in their bathtub with the retailer’s $20 bamboo caddy. 

Other shoppers revealed they were able to re-organise their entire pantry cupboards, using canisters and $4 food labels.