Hundreds of shoppers yesterday grabbed the last chance to snap up bargains as Guangnan (KK) Supermarket launched a final clearance sale. Prices were cut by 60 per cent at 19 of the 34 outlets of the debt-ridden chain, which folded on June 20. More than 300 queued outside the Quarry Bay branch in torrential rain. They remained calm for the most part, in contrast with the first Guangnan sale on Wednesday, when shoppers caused chaos at some outlets, fighting over goods sold at a 30 per cent discount. All shopping carts and baskets were taken within 10 minutes of the 11am opening. Housewife Chung Shui-fong, 53, was left shouting at a man who tried to take bottles of beer from one of her three loaded carts. 'I am not strong enough to lift them. I'm calling for help,' she said, using her mobile phone to call family reinforcements. 'I've failed to get rice and oil this time, they are the best bargains. So I turned to soft drinks and beer. 'It's a pity that it's closing. There won't be so many bargains with one chain out from the competition.' Retired Chan Cheun-tak, 65, who bought $400 worth of groceries two days ago, showed up at 8am and was third in the queue. 'There are fewer choices of good stuff left this time,' he said. Rice, oil and toilet paper, the most popular goods, went in the first half hour. Other popular items included soft drinks, canned food, instant noodles, shampoo and soya sauce. Stephen Liu Yiu-keung, a partner with liquidator Ernst & Young, said they expected to make a further $4 to $5 million by closing at 9.30pm, taking the total to $18 million. He said it would be the last sale. Guangnan owes $209 million to about 100 suppliers but most of the money will go towards liquidation costs and the wages of 500 workers.