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ASDA shoppers are rushing to buy a "beautiful" Disney home treasure that is scanning at the tills for just 60p.

The supermarket giant is selling Alice in Wonderland tea sets for a fraction of the original price.

And one happy shopper posted in Facebook's Extreme Couponing & Bargains page to share her cheap find.

The post has more than 1,000 likes and over 450 comments from people desperate to grab themselves the bargain.

One said: "I want the whole set."

Another tagged her friend asking: "Are you going to Asda tomorrow?"

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Her friend replied: "Looks like I am now."

And another wrote: "Love this I have mine and it's never been used it just sits there like some sort of kitchen decoration."

The shopper posted a photo of just one teacup and saucer though we found the item online and it looks like it is a set of two.

The original price is £12, according to the Asda website, so that's a big £11.40 saving.

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It isn't clear if the shopper paid 60p for one or for the full set.

At the time of writing, the Disney set was out of stock online but it might be available at your local Asda so it's always worth checking.

Of course, do shop around for the best deal as you might be able to find something cheaper.

We actually couldn't find much online that would be a good save – Asda is selling a similar Alice in Wonderland teacup and saucer for £6.

So if you can't find the 60p one then you could go for that.

Remember, it's only a bargain if you were after the item anyway.

Last month, Asda shoppers were flocking to buy a Simple gift set that was scanning at the till for just 2p.

The pamper sat was going for a huge £9.98 lower than its original price.

It's always worth checking in store to see if an item will scan for less than what it is labelled at.

It might not be clear so do ask a member of staff or take it to the till if it's something you're wanting to buy.

How can I save money on my Asda shop?

Asda sometimes sells dupes of popular and more expensive products.

Most recently, shoppers were going mad for Wotsit dupes that are 65% cheaper than the real thing.

The supermarket was selling cheese puffs for 62p, compared to £1.75 for the Walker's product.

Beyond opting for own-brand dupes, there are some other ways to save money at Asda.

You can save money through the supermarket's loyalty scheme – Asda Rewards.

You can join up to the scheme by downloading the app via Apple Store or Google Play, depending on which phone you have.

You can earn points by purchasing "star products" or completing "missions" which you can then turn into vouchers to spend.

Sometimes you can convert your balance into a "boost" voucher too which will increase its value by a certain amount.

It's worth noting, once you've converted your points into a voucher you'll only have 30 days to use it.

Meanwhile, if you regularly order Asda delivery to your home, it might be worth buying a delivery pass.

You can get them from £3.50 a month and have to choose a recurring delivery slot.

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Depending on which pass you buy, you could save yourself up to £199 a year.

That's based on one shop per week at a delivery cost of £4.50 and buying a midweek 12-month pass for £35.

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