TYSON Fury had onlookers shocked when he went digging for discounts at Home Bargains earlier this week – despite being worth an estimated £70million.
But the world boxing champ's thrifty shopping trip isn't that out of the ordinary – he follows in the footsteps of a slew of other celebrities like Drake, Kris Jenner and even Prince Harry who've turned to the likes of Co-Op, Costco and TK Maxx to secure a bargain.
Drake left fans starstruck when he hit up a Co-Op in Walsall, West Midlands to do a bit of late-night shopping.
The Hotline Bling star had just performed two sell-out gigs nearby when he decided to pop into the Co-Operative to pick up some snacks.
Ever the gent, the 33-year-old even posed for selfies with a baffled worker before heading back to the US on a private jet.
Britney Spears is a big fan of a bargain at her favourite store – Target.
The Piece Of Me singer loves the affordable retail chain so much, she frequented its aisles 80 times in 2018, according to her conservatorship's financial documents.
The 38-year-old's other relatable favourites include Home Depot and Bed, Bath & Beyond.
Prince Harry is no stranger to a bargain himself, as he was previously spotted rifling through the rails of TK Maxx in London's High Street Kensington.
The 35-year-old, who is soon set to drop his title, isn't the only member of the royal family who's a fan of the cut-price department store.
Harry's ex Chelsy Davy and Kate Middleton have also been known to search for a discounted designer item there.
Beyoncé may be a global superstar, but she can't resist the low prices of Target.
The Crazy In Love hitmaker was spotted bringing some glamour to the aisles of the retail store last year in a silky orange jumpsuit and cat-eye sunglasses last year.
Months before that, she checked out the department store's LA branch and popped round in March 2013 too with her eight-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy. She's yet to bring husband Jay-Z and their two-year-old twins Rumi and Sir but we reckon a visit is imminent.
Angeline Jolie and Brad Pitt
Back in the days of Brangelina, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt proved they were as down-to-earth as the rest of us with a quick trip to Halfords in London.
The then Hollywood power couple took their kids Maddox, Pax, Zahara and Shiloh to the discount bike store after a day spent flying around the capital in a helicopter.
The family had made sure to see all the discounted sights when they relocated to the UK while Brad was filming World War Z.
Reese Witherspoon made her visit to Target a family affair as she brought along her lookalike daughter Ava, 20, who she shares with ex Ryan Phillipe.
The Big Little Lies actress, who is worth a rumoured $150million (£116million) headed to the chain store for a spot of Christmas shopping.
The Oscar-winner dressed down for the low-key outing in jeans and a simple pair of trainers.
Tyson Fury boxed clever with his cash earlier this week on a trip to Home Bargains.
The fighter, 31, bought his kids presents at his local discount store after returning from Las Vegas.
The doting dad was spotted perusing the 'decent toy selection' for his children.
Brooklyn Beckham proved he's a frugal man at heart as he's been spotted picking up his lunch at Greggs on several occasions.
The 20-year-old, who is the son of multi-millionaires David and Victoria Beckham, can't resist the low prices of the humble sandwich shop.
Kris Jenner may be worth an estimated $60million (£46million) but she likes to save her pennies as much as the next momager.
The reality superstar was spotted checking out the Halloween costumes at Costco in LA after holding her book signing at the store.
The 64-year-old has also previously been bulk-buying toilet paper at the discount chain.
Helena Bonham Carter
Acting royalty Helena Bonham Carter is a thrifty shopper when it comes to her weekly food budget.
The 53-year-old Harry Potter star has been seen visiting her local Tesco store with her 12-year-old son Nell in the past.
Dressed in a typically eclectic ensemble, Helena looked pretty pleased with herself as she left the London supermarket laden down with bags.
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