B&M shopper reveals huge £182 sale haul they got for only £6401/06/2022
B&M is already known for its everyday bargains but at sale time there are even bigger savings to be had.
One shopper has shared their huge sale haul and a whopping saving of more than £100 on the usual price of their goodies.
Sharing the B&M bargains on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains Facebook group, the shopper said they got more than a dozen homeware items which would usually cost £182.
But the discounts mean she paid just £64 – around a third of what it would cost full price.
The haul included several bedding sets that were only £5 when scanned at the till – a huge saving of £20 from the full price of £25.
She also landed half price items like a rose gold mirror and velvet jewellery box.
A light up alarm clock featuring Disney Frozen characters was reduced from £20 to £6 which is a discount of 70%.
The shopper didn't share the store where she found the bargain buys, but B&M's sale launched it's sale on Christmas Day promising up to 50% off.
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The haul attracted positive comments from others, with one saying: "Well done on finding some great bargains."
Some of the items in B&M's sale can be viewed on the shop's website, though availability will depend on the branch you go to.
You can't buy online at B&M only in stores and you can find your nearest using the store finder tool.
There may also be more discounts in stores than B&M's website suggests. For instance we couldn't see the bedding from the shopper's haul online.
B&M bargain hunters often find items scan cheaper at the tills than advertised on price tags along the shopping aisles.
There's even a free app for scanning items you spot on shelves that will tell you if it's cheaper.
End of season sales are often the best time to find the biggest bargains.
Of course you're only getting a bargain if you were planning to buy an item anyway, and you should always check if you can get what you're buying cheaper elsewhere.
Back in September one shopper bagged £180 worth of garden furniture for just £27.
B&M is not the only retailer to launch Boxing Day and January sales and shops like Currys, Next and Boots all have up to 70% off.
A shopping expert has shared how to find the REAL bargains in the January sales.
A B&M super shopper has shared their secrets for getting the best deals – including why you should always shop on a Wednesday.
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