BARGAIN-hunters of the UK rejoice as Flying Tiger is reducing everything in store to £2 or less starting today.

The Danish shop which sells a variety of items, mostly accessories and toys, has nearly 1,000 stores – including 90 across Britain.

 Flying Tiger is reducing everything in store to £2 or less starting today

Flying Tiger

Flying Tiger is reducing everything in store to £2 or less starting today

From today until Sunday everything in store from award-winning kitchen accessories to fun family games will be priced at £1 or £2.

A spokesman for the intu Chapelfield store said: “It is happening nationwide and everything in store will go down to £2 or less.

“It is something they do in Denmark and now we are trialling it as well and are expecting it to be popular.”

The move is all part of the store’s ‘Dream Days’ promotion.

 There's going to be pop up football goals for just £2 – which is a massive reduction from its original price of £20

Flying Tiger

There’s going to be pop up football goals for just £2 – which is a massive reduction from its original price of £20

 You can also relieve some of that shopping stress by picking up an inflatable punch bag for £2, down from its original price of £8

Flying Tiger

You can also relieve some of that shopping stress by picking up an inflatable punch bag for £2, down from its original price of £8

There’s going to be pop up football goals for just £2 – which is a massive reduction from its original price of £20.

You can keep the kids happy by picking up a soft toy for £2 instead of its original £5.

 You'll be able to pick up a cake stand for half the price of its original £4 price tag.

Flying Tiger

You’ll be able to pick up a cake stand for half the price of its original £4 price tag.

And you can also relieve some of that shopping stress by picking up an inflatable punch bag for £2, down from its original price of £8.

You’ll be able to pick up a cake stand for half the price of its original £4 price tag.

Flying Tiger is a Danish variety store chain which first opened in Copenhagen in 1995.

Its largest markets are Denmark, the UK, Spain and Italy.

Before June 2016, it operated as Tiger in most places, T·G·R in Sweden and Norway, and Flying Tiger in Japan, USA, Belgium and the Netherlands.

According to the company’s founder, the company had about 39 million customers in 2014.

Tiger takes its name from how the Danish pronunciation of the animal name tiger sounds roughly the same as the Danish word tier, used to denote a 10 kroner coin; in the first stores in Denmark, all items cost 10 kroner.

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