SAVVY shoppers are rushing to snap up an Oodie dupe that’s £46 cheaper than the original.
Online Home Shop has slashed the price of its “coziest hoodie ever” to just £7 in an early Black Friday sale.
Shoppers looking to cozy up and save some money on their heating bills can snap up the cozy item for 55% off its usual price of £17.
One happy customer praised the item as “the coziest hoodie ever,” while another said it was “amazing for the price and I can turn the heat all the way down.”
The super-soft hoodie is available in 10 different colors, but the offering is limited to charcoal, blush pink and silver gray.
It’s made from 100% polyester and has a cozy Sherpa lining.
You can purchase this offer from now until midnight on Thursday, November 13th on the Online Home Shop website.
The original Oodie retails for up to £90, but its prices have also been slashed as part of an early Black Friday sale.
Currently, Original Oodies in similar colors are reduced from £90 to £53 on the Oodie website, which is still significantly more expensive than those from Online Home Shop.
Although we think £7 will be cheaper for a cozy oodie, it’s always good to shop around and make sure you’re getting the cheapest deal.
We checked out other retailers that have similar duplicates to see how the prices compare.
Although we couldn’t find a blanket cheaper than £7, there are plenty of similar wearable blankets on the market.
Dunelm has a version that retails for £16 and John Lewis also has one for £38.
New Look also has their own version available on their website for £29, and Marks and Spencer also has one for £25.
Of course, it is difficult to compare the quality of items online and prices can change constantly.
You can use price comparison sites like Google Shopping to compare items from different retailers.
More ways to save money on your heating bills
There are a few things you can do if you’re worried about rising bills in the winter.
Protecting your home from drafts can prevent valuable heat from escaping, and it doesn’t have to cost a fortune.
You can buy a roll of draft excluder tape from Amazon for around £5 to seal the gaps in your doors and windows.
According to the Energy Saving Trust, this could save you around £45 a year on energy costs.
It is also important to close the curtains when you turn on the heating. While this may seem like a simple thing, it can be very helpful when trying to heat your home.
Turning your thermostat down just one degree could easily save you £100 a year.
You could also invest in a heated blanket or blanket, which, like the drying rack, can run for as little as 2 cents an hour.
We’ve put together a complete list of things you can do this winter to reduce your energy costs.