A WOMAN claims she hardly ever has to turn on her heating thanks to an Argos bargain which costs just 1p to use.

With winter on the horizon, many families are already looking for ways to stay warm without having to fork out extra for heating.

It's seen shoppers rushing out to buy products that keep you warm without having to turn the thermostat up.

Posting on TikTok under the username Beth, the social media user showed off her new heated under blanket that runs on 1p a night.

She said the hack will help you "save some money on your heating bill".

And Argos customers have been buying up the product that costs barely anything to run.

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The Dreamland Sleep Tight Intelliheat Mattress Warmer is available on popular retailer Argos for just £55.

The cosy, fleecy, single under blanket is soft to the touch and durable, adding an extra layer of warmth to your bed. 

It is easy to fit hanks to the elasticated straps that come attached.

The blanket boasts four heat settings and even auto turns off after nine hours so no extra cash is wasted on energy bills.

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And the handy item can be easily cleaned in the washing machine at 30 degrees.

To make it even more attractive to buyers, the product comes in a sustainable recycled and reusable storage bag.

The self-heated mattress topper works by reflecting back human body heat so you don't have to plug it in.

You place a mattress topper on top of a mattress to make your bed more comfortable.

Millions of households are looking for ways to make their budgets stretch as the cost of living soars.

So you could save some money by using one of these instead of a hot water bottle or electric blanket.

Elsewhere, another canny shopper bought a £15 mystery box from second-hand shop which was full of high street goodies.

A money expert has revealed her eight secret shopping hacks that can save you hundreds a year.

And a fashion whizz has shown off the mega haul she got from Rita Ora’s Primark range.

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