Tesco is selling fleece bedding for just £6 to keep you warm over the winter months.
As frosty nights kick in, the supermarket has unveiled it has dropped the price on the Silentnight teddy fleece bedding sets from £25 to just £6.25 for a single.
One shopper shared a photo of the bedding on offer to Facebook page Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK at one store and people can't get enough.
The shopper wrote: "Tesco in Oxford don't know if its all Tesco."
One person commented: "Oh wow," while another said: "Wish they had these in Tesco's in Scotland... need them this time of year!"
A third gushed: "If it’s in my Tesco I’m getting one!" followed by heart eyes emojis.
The description of the bedding says on the Tesco website: "The Silentnight Teddy Fleece Duvet set is perfect for those colder months as you snuggle up in bed.
"The super cosy style provides ultimate warmth and comfort to your bed. The soft fluffy textured fabric is beautifully crafted from soft touch polyester making it warm and inviting for those cosy nights in."
Last month, we revealed that B&M is selling glow-in-the-dark fleece bedding.
The product comes in three different designs including a pink one covered in unicorns, a grey one, and a navy one both covered in stars.
The super cosy style provides ultimate warmth and comfort to your bed.
The sets cost £15 and includes a duvet cover and a pillow case.
The website says: "Make bedtime a magical time for children with this cosy faux fur duvet set.
"Wool-like, sherpa fabric offers a luxuriously soft feel while the duvet's reverse features fleece material, keeping kids warm and snuggly on chilly nights."
And bedding isn't the only thing that can keep you warm this winter.
Earlier this week, we revealed that Amazon sells heated underwear to keep you cosy.
Smart Heated Panties aren't exactly the most attractive knickers in the world, but they will definitely keep you toasty over the next few months.
The undies are £41, high-waisted and have a 12-hour life span on the "winter warmer" setting. Oh yes!
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