I hit Poundland for some stocking fillers – they've got so many cute options for under £5 | The Sun

IT might not be the first place you think of when it comes to stocking fillers.

But one woman has taken to TikTok to insist that Poundland is the shop to hit if you're looking for some Christmas bits on a budget.

Elysia posted a video of her top picks from the discount store, kicking off with a cute diamond pen that comes in pale blue or gold and is just £1.

If calendars are more your thing, there are tonnes of options – from cute kittens to Only Fools and Horses – for just £1.50.

On the sweet front, there are chocolate gonks or bulldogs for £3 each, as well as chocolate money for £1.

There are magnet mugs for £3 and stress balls, in different animal designs, also for £1 each.

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For teenagers there are selfie lights for just £2.50 and phone rings or earphone splitters for 50p each.

And on the beauty front, there's a marshmallow foot mask for £1.50 and shower gels in scents like Love Hearts or Marshmallow Skies for £1 a bottle.

"Poundland Stocking Fillers Under £5! Cheap Christmas gifts for family and friends!" Elysia captioned her video.

"Some great finds there," one person commented on the video.

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As another added: "Loveee this."

But others insisted the store needs to change its name now that so many of the products it sells are over a pound.

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"is it going to change its name or carry on with false advertising?" one wrote.

While someone else commented: "not £1 for most things so need to change name."

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