Wagga bargain hunters make light work of Masters liquidation

Discounts of up to 95 per cent had Wagga bargain hunters feverishly snapping up last minute goodies at Masters at the weekend. 

The failed home hardware chain doubled down on its liquidation fire-sale, offering a 15 per cent discount at the checkout on stock already marked down by as much as 80 per cent.

Narrandera DIY renovator Kathy Ryan paid her third visit to the sale in as many weeks.

“We’re changing our renovation plans based on what we find here,” she said.

“It’s unfortunate they’re closing, but it couldn’t come at a better time for us.

“I have to say, the staff have been great; they haven’t just thrown up their hands and walked away.”

Former employee Jason Cox, who’s found a job elsewhere, couldn’t resist a bargain.

“I came in for a power-board for the computer, but walked out with fertiliser for the veggies, work gloves and a dozen 3¢ paint brushes for the kids,” he said.

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