Review: Mothers Day at Home Bargains

We don’t have a Home Bargains near us so when I was asked if I’d like to review their Mothers Day range I was quite excited – and didn’t know what to expect – although I knew everything would be great value!

The Mothers Day range at Home Bargains features products that would suit any Mum. The range is vast and has everything from cuddly toys and chocolates to stationery, storage boxes and beauty gifts. We were sent a few products from the Loveliest Mum range which are bright, bold and fun – as well as being full of the sentiments of Mothers Day.

The Loveliest Mum products we were sent include a cute suitcase storage box, gift bag, heart shaped chocolate, teddy in a bag and a magnetic clip for ‘Mum’s Things’ – just the sort of thing I have on the fridge to keep organised!

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Storage Box – 99p, Gift Bag – 79p, Clip Magnet – 49p, Bear in a Bag – £1.99, Chocolate Heart – 79p

We were also sent products from the Floral Range – A wash bag and compact mirror as well as a handy slogan notebook, a heart shaped photo frame and bracelet.

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Wash Bag – £1.69, Notebook – £1.49, Bracelet – 99p, Flower Photo Frame – 99p, Mirror – 49p

If you’re looking for Mothers Day gifts and want something that doesn’t cost a lot but shows how much you care then Home Bargains have a great range this year. It would be the perfect place to take children to pick something for their Mum – and they could also afford the present themselves with their pocket money. Home Bargains may not be the first place you think of when it comes to Mothers Day but it should definitely be somewhere you look.

Disclosure:We received the above products for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.

2 thoughts on “Review: Mothers Day at Home Bargains

  1. I love home bargains , we have one in are local shopping centre and I am always popping in as you can get such great bargains. These gifts look really nice and so affordable. I agree it is not somewhere I would think to go for a Mother’s Day gift but is ideal for children to go and buy mums something with their own money xx
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  2. Haha I love the idea of getting children to get a present for mother’s day with their pocket money. Libby’s pocket money is burning a hole in her pocket and she can’t decide what to spend it on… me, that’s what she should spend it on, why didn’t I think of that??x
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