B&M is selling alphabet Christmas stockings for £3


B&M is selling Christmas stockings which are only £3.

The discount store has stockings have letters on, which means you can choose the perfect stocking for any one in your family.

Mums and dads are flocking to B&M to see if they can get their hands on a stocking for their kids

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Mums and dads are flocking to B&M to see if they can get their hands on a stocking for their kidsCredit: Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK

They’re also in the classic Father Christmas style in a dark red felt with a white furry trim, similar to Saint Nicks’ famous outfit.

The store sold similar versions of the stockings last year but they were knitted and had snowmen, trees and reindeer on them.

The stockings were spotted by a shopper who runs the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook.

Alongside the photo, they said: “Alphabet Christmas Stockings & Sacks From £3 At B&M.”

The post received hundreds of likes and comments, with people keen to snap up the deal and writing that they “needed” to get the stockings.

One mum wrote underneath the post: “I went yesterday. Got 3 of the kids but couldn’t find Z, so off I go hunting today.”

Another, who tagged her friend said: “We need these” while another added: Tthis is what I need.”

B&M currently doesn’t have its Christmas section online yet so we’ve contacted the shop to see when they are launching it.

You can’t buy products through B&M’s website so your best option is to visit your local branch.

B&M has more than 650 stores in the UK – find your nearest using the store locator tool.

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Several high street stores haven’t started selling their Christmas products yet as it’s September.

But you can get similar versions on marketplace website Etsy for £11.99 each plus £3.95 shipping.

The seller also lets you choose either silver, gold or rose gold stitching on your stocking.

We’ve made our predictions as to when the toy sales for Asda, Sainsbury’s, Argos and Morrisons will start.

Meanwhile, several retailers have already started giving shoppers a sneak peak of what to expect on the shelves this year.

Morrisons has unveiled its Christmas food range, which includes star shaped doughnuts, mini pies and a sticky toffee dessert bowl.

Lindt is also launching a sharing tin in Tesco this year with six different flavours.

One mum has also revealed how she saves serious cash with her Christmas food shops.

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