Lidl has a massive back to uni sale with electronics, kitchenware and stationary all on offer

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UNIVERSITY students (and their parents) can banish the back to school blues thanks to Lidl’s new sale, which includes tech, kitchenware, electronics and stationary. Students can stock up on everything from hair dryers and backpacks to mini ovens and laptops all at a fraction of the price. All of the products are in-store only. Fortunately […]
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