How you can bag groceries and a digital camera for just a PENNY this weekend

THINGS a bit tight this summer holiday? 恐れるな, because you can bag a whole host of family essentials for just one penny this weekend.

Click Marketplace is flogging a whole range of kid friendly snacks, breakfasts and even a digital camera for just one penny each.

You can bag groceries for just a penny each this week thanks to Click Marketplace

You can bag groceries for just a penny each this week thanks to Click Marketplaceクレジット: ゲッティ

Running over Saturday and Sunday, the online retailer is offering enormous discounts, and you could save up to £23.98 on single items.

Those hoping to stock up might want to note that customers are only permitted to purchase one of each item.

Bargains include tasty snacks such a triple pack of Jaffa Cakes and a case of seven Kellogs By Kids Oaty Cereal Bars for just a penny.

But by far the biggest bargain is the pink digital 8MP kids camera with video recorder that will set you back 1p rather than the £23.99 retail pricethe ideal opportunity to stock up on birthday or Christmas presents.

You can bag this kids' digital camera for just one penny this weekend

You can bag this kidsdigital camera for just one penny this weekend
You can also stock up on kid friendly snacks for the holidays

You can also stock up on kid friendly snacks for the holidays

The sale event is running from today until Sunday so you will have to hurry if you want to take advantage of the rock bottom prices.

As well as the 1p sale the site also offers a range of bargain cleaning hauls, USA bumper packs and boxes of fizzy pop, all at cut-price.

The website also has a dedicated Pound Shop section where you can pick up brands for a quid or less.

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