IS your garden looking tired and worn down but you’re a bit strapped for cash?
Well, you may just want to get yourself down to your local B&M…because shoppers have been going wild after spotting hugely discounted items for the garden in the store’s mega sale.
And with prices starting from just 50p, it’s little surprise they’re rushing online to show them off.
Lisa Taylor was just one of the delighted shoppers who posted a snap of her huge haul to money-saving Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK.
Amongst her bargain buys include two ladybird pot hangers and a honeybee pot hanger, which are ideal for hanging off the side of plant pots in the garden.
They’d be slashed in price from £3 to just £1, while three plant pots had been discounted from £6 to just 50p each.
She also nabbed a 6m artificial decorative eucalyptus garland which had been reduced even further from £1.50 to 50p, and a set of blue geometric print cushions reduced from £8 to £2.
Alongside the image, she penned: “Garden bargains at B&M.
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“Lots of each in the Holderness Road Hull store plus other bits and pieces too.”
It wasn’t long before the post racked up several likes and comments, with bargain hunters all rushing to their local stores.
“Don’t walk to B&M, run,” urged one.
A second tagged a friend and asked: “Is that a trip to B&M?”
A third penned: “Love those cushions and pots.”
Meanwhile, a fourth noted: “Great bargains!”
Another enthused: “Need to go too…”
And a further added: “Have walked around both of the ones near me and seen nothing like this.”
But Lisa’s not the first person to snap up bargain buys in her local B&M lately.
Fabulous previously told how shoppers were going wild for gardening essentials scanning for 10p down from £12 in the monster sale.
Tracey Harknett swiped a four pack of garden LED lights, which had been reduced from £12 down to just 10p, and a pack of four solar powered stainless steel fence and path lights, which were also slashed from £12 to only 10p.
Not stopping there, she also got her hands on eight garden post lights, which were originally priced at £12, but had been discounted to just 50p.