Shoppers are rushing to Home Bargains for Smiggle dupes £30 cheaper than the real deal – kids won’t know the difference

DISCOUNT hunters are flocking to the streets to buy scanned copies of Smiggle for £30 less than the actual price.

One savvy mom shared her discovery online, prompting parents to flock to Home Bargains and make purchases.

This savvy mother bought a ton of Smiggle's hoaxes to steal


This savvy mother bought a ton of Smiggle’s hoaxes to stealCredit: Tiktok/@homewithdee114
This set of pens costs just £2.99


This set of pens costs just £2.99Credit: Cheap at home

Danielle Davies found a lot of hoaxes in her local Home Bargains and decided to tackle her young daughter with Smiling.

She believes she will never know the difference and has urged other mothers to do the same.

Danielle shared her cheap purchases online, captioning her post: “All of this cost me £12.50 from Home Bargains.

“Last year I paid three times that amount for a very similar brand for just a bag and a water bottle.”

In her video, the wise mother shows off her treasure, produced by a brand called ‘ScribblePop Shop’.

There’s a bright pink 30cm ruler with a built-in calculator, plus a pack of colorful gel pens.

She also bought a pink plastic cup featuring watermelon, chips and donuts with cute cartoon eyes.

Danielle hopes her daughter will enjoy her new items, especially the pink lunch box that will make all her classmates jealous.

She wrote: “POV, your daughter is five and hopefully doesn’t know the difference between Smiggle and Scribble.

“Run to Home Bargains, guys.”

The store across the street has an ever-changing inventory, and there’s a wide range of Scribble products available now to buy before the new semester starts.

Items include the ScribblePop Shop stationery wallet for just £2.99.

Inside was an A5 notebook, five mini gel pens, five small felt tips, two pencils, a rubber stick, a sharpener and three large ink pens.

There are four styles to choose from: unicorn, pink donut, dinosaur, and arcade.

If the kids are really creative, there’s a 40-piece ScribblePop Shop pencil case set in desserts or dinosaur designs.

Set includes colorful pens and pencils for all your child’s imaginative drawings and costs just £5.99.

A similar set from Smiggle will cost you around £20.

Fellow parents were delighted with Danielle’s bargain discovery.

One user replied: “I bought a bottle of Smiggle water last year. A month into the school, it cracked. Safe to say I’m just sticking with Aldi’s for now. These look fab too.

The second said, “You just saved me a fortune.”

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And a third commented: “I wouldn’t be surprised if it was the same company doing both.”

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Mothers can buy these water bottles to steal


Mothers can buy these water bottles to stealCredit: Tiktok/@homewithdee114
Kids won't know the difference between these hoaxes and the real deal


Kids won’t know the difference between these hoaxes and the real dealCredit: Cheap at home
These pencil cases are £15 cheaper than similar Smiggle items


These pencil cases are £15 cheaper than similar Smiggle itemsCredit: Cheap at home

Edmuns DeMars

Edmund DeMarche is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Edmund DeMarche joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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