BARGAIN hunters looking to spruce up their home will be interested to know B&M has launched a huge sale with prices starting from 50p.
Shoppers will find cute unicorn-themed household goods as well as cheap toys for children, with the price of garden playthings slashed by more than half price.
B&M has been reducing the price of seasonal goods across its store and The Sun has been revealing the best bargains.
We’ve seen the price of a two-seater swinging garden chair worth £150 reduced to just £40, while this gorgeous string chair was taken down from £30 to just £1.
The Sun has also reported on how B&M was flogging 6ft and 10ft garden pools for £1.
Shoppers should note that you can’t buy any B&M products online so you’ll need to head into your nearest store to nab a bargain.
How you can find the best bargains
HAVE you ever wondered how bargain hunters nab the best deals?
Savvy shoppers are raving about the B&M app, which features a barcode scanner that reveals if prices are actually lower than they appear on the shelf.
Here’s how you use the app:
- To get started, download the B&M Stores app, free on any smartphone. You don’t need to sign up to the app to access the barcode scanner but you do have to be in store to make use of the price checker.
- Once you’ve installed the app and found the item you want to check, select the option which says “more” and click on “barcode price checker”.
- The app will then turn into a camera. Use this to take a picture of the barcode and this will reveal the actual price of the product.
- If you’re happy with the price, take it to the till and it will scan at the cost seen on the app.
To make planning your trip a bit easier, we’ve rounded up a selection of our favourites from their clearance sale.
• Was: £3. Now: £1.50. Save: £1.50 (50 per cent)
Gin and tonic fans will love this decorative wall clock, featuring phrases including: “There’s always time for gin.”
It comes in three different colours, including pale green, blue and pink, so shoppers should be able to find a design to suit any room.
We couldn’t find a cheaper gin clock than this being sold by major UK retailers with Next selling a similar one for £22.
• Was: £1. Now: 50p. Save: 50p (50 per cent)
If you have an unfortunate habit of killing plants, these artificial succulents could be the perfect buy.
They come in three different sorts so at 50p, they’ll only cost you £1.50 to get the entire set.
Amazon is selling six fake succulent plants for £9.99 – so this is £9.49 pricier than buying just one from B&M or £8.49 more than getting all three.
• Was: £1. Now: 50p. Save: 50p (50 per cent)
If you believe in unicorns then you’ll definitely want to get your hands on this adorable mug.
It features a white unicorn with a gold horn and rainbow coloured mane as the handle.
We couldn’t find a cheaper one online with the next best price being a cup from Sainsbury’s costing £2.75.
• Was: £70. Now: £30. Save: 50p (57 per cent)
We might be heading into autumn, but this 8ft trampoline is still an absolute bargain at just £30.
It comes complete with an enclosure to make sure your little ones, or even your adult friends, are safe while playing.
Aldi is currently selling an 8ft trampoline for £67.99 – this is £37.99 more expensive than what you’ll find at B&M.
• Was: £30. Now: £10. Save: 50p (66 per cent)
This bright and colourful playhouse would make the perfect addition to any child’s garden.
It comes in bright red, yellow and blue hues, and features a working door and windows on either side – just remember to keep kids supervised at all times.
This was the cheapest playhouse we could find online, with Smyths Toys selling a tent version for £29.99.
• Was: £5. Now: £2. Save: £3 (60 per cent)
We can’t get enough of unicorns and apparently B&M feels exactly the same.
The discounter has slashed the price of this cute inflatable ring which is lilac and purple in colour with a glitter-look rainbow horn and tail.
The cheapest we found elsewhere were similar unicorn rubber rings being sold on Amazon for £4.99.
If you’re looking for even more great B&M deals, the discounter has slashed the price of its £150 sell-out Lay-Z Spa hot tub to £50.
We also spoke to one bargain-hunting mum who showed us how to find 10p toys at B&M including Spiderman figurines.
Meanwhile, shoppers will find a £200 patio furniture set marked down to £80.
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