It's the perfect time to give your bedroom a budget makeover!
The Reject Shop has launched their latest sale and this time all of their decorative throws and bed covers are heavily discounted.
Launching the sale on September 16, customers have said they were able to pick up big blankets on clearance for just $3 and bedding sets for $5.
The store also had a range of gardening pots for $2 and bathroom items, including a $20 batheroom caddy, reduced to $5.
Shoppers said the best buys were on the range of beautiful budget blankets. Those who were able to bag the bargain said some of the savings they made were huge with thick ‘mink’ throws normally $30 reduced to $9.
“My friend got some for me. Tag was normal price but scanned cheaper. Set for next winter now. Got 11 of them,” one person wrote.
“The fake rabbit throw is my favourite,” said another.
Another shopper said she was about to check her local store and saw lots of others ‘stocking up’, saying “A lady had whole trolley full in the car park!”
But while some stores had the heavily discounted items, other shoppers said they couldn’t find the sale at their local store.
“I wish my store had these prices. I was in the other day and nothing reduced,” one disappointed shopper said.
“Definitely not all stores. Coomera are still scanning at normal prices.”
The budget retailer, which is currently undergoing a major shake-up, is known for their massive mark-down sales.
The store is about to offer customers even more variety after announcing an exciting new and improved range of products setting it up to rival retail giants ALDI and Kmart.
The new product range will include clothing, electronics, crafting, knick-knacks and games as well as teen-friendly stationery to rival Typo and Smiggle.
They recently also announced three-year deal with UK company Tesco bringing in a new range of 300 new products.
Customers can expect to see everything from pantry staples like oil, vinegar, rice pouches, snacks and treats, through to a baby range that includes formula, baby wipes and nappies all at cheaper prices.