I'm a fashion fan and have just learned a VERY easy hack to get yourself free H&M vouchers for your next haul | The Sun

A SAVVY fashion fan has revealed a very simple way to bag yourself free vouchers to spend online or in store at H&M.

Dani Nicholls, who is from the UK, took to TikTok and shared a short video where she asked: "Why have I never done this before?"

In the clip, she can then be seen walking out of a H&M store as she eagerly explains: "Guys, why is this the first time I've ever done this?

I've just recycled three bags of clothes in H&M and got three £5 vouchers – you can use them online or in store."

This is not an ad."

"I just thought I'd let you know as I know people are going to be clearing out. So cool!"


I’m a plus-sized fashion fan & £10 Stacey Solomon dress is perfect for summer

I’m a fashion pro – my friends are sizes 8-22 & tried the same 5 Shein swimsuits

She added: "I took clothes, towels and bedding which were not suitable for resale."

"Otherwise I’d of sold or taken to charity/homeless shelters."

FABULOUS BINGO: Get a £20 bonus & 30 free spins when you spend £10 today

Dani captioned the post: "Have you ever done this? This will be my new addiction I’m sure of it."

The post quickly racked up an impressive 342,000 views and was flooded with comments from delighted fans of the high-street store.

Most read in Fabulous


Harry's 'bizarre language' leaves Palace ‘ABSOLUTELY FURIOUS’


I'm a plus-sized fashion fan & £10 Stacey Solomon dress is perfect for summer


B&M reduces plants to just 1p – but no one can agree if they’re a bargain


I’m a bra fitter, I always see women putting theirs on wrong and damaging it

"Does it have to h and m clothes," to which Dani replied: "No!! Any clothes."

A second admitted: "I've heard but never done this before!"

A third pointed out: "Only thing about these vouchers is you can’t use them together 🙁 But still better than nothing!"

Read More on The Sun

I’m a dad to 160 kids – but I’ll be lucky to get socks on Father’s Day

Thousands of workers set for £2,000 cost of living bonus – are you one of them?

Meanwhile, a fourth commented: "Yes, I do it all the time!"

A further noted: "Doesn't even have to be clothes. It can be any sort of item that has a fabric that can be recycled e.g shoes, bags, teddies etc"

    Source: Read Full Article