B&M shoppers rush to buy ‘stunning’ garden furniture scanning at tills for £175 instead of £300

B&M shoppers have been flocking to buy “beautiful” garden furniture on sale for £175 instead of £300.

High street shops are known for selling everything at discounted prices.

B&M sells all kinds of items for home and garden


B&M sells all kinds of items for home and gardenCredit: Getty
Shoppers posted their findings on Facebook


Shoppers posted their findings on Facebook

An interested shopper spotted the shop selling a set of garden sofas for £175, down from £300.

Valencia reversible rattan effect corner sofa set comes with sofa and coffee table.

It has a reversible design and can be used by four people at the same time.

They posted in the Facebook Coupons & Deals group and other customers commented.

One person tagged their friend and said: “This would be nice in the back yard”.

While another asked the advertiser what he thought of the product.

They replied: “It’s sturdy, very heavy, good quality and to be honest, I rate comfort as 7/10.”

You can’t order it online, but according to the B&M website, the item is “out of stock” in stores.

Please note, though, that when prices drop this much it’s usually for stores to clear excess stock, so availability will vary from store to store.

It’s best to call your local store in advance to check what they have available to avoid disappointment.

You can find your nearest B&M store using the website locator.

It always pays to compare prices so you know you’re getting the best deal.

For comparison, B&Q is selling a very similar set of four for £575, which is quite a bit more expensive than B&M’s.

While Homebase is selling one for £252, on sale from £360.

How to save money with the B&M scanner app?

If you’re a B&M shopping enthusiast, you might want to use its scanner app.

The B&M barcode scanner app allows you to discover discounted items before the employee discounts.

The scanner is on the B&M Stores mobile app, which can be downloaded for free on your smartphone.

Shoppers can download it on the App Store or Google Play.

Once you have the app, click the “scan” button at the bottom of your homepage.

This will then bring up your smartphone camera which you will need to use to scan the barcode.

Once you’ve found a product you want to scan, simply point your smartphone’s camera at the product’s barcode.

The app will then automatically display the item’s price – this is when you’ll know if it’s down or not.

Discount hunters say some items cost £1, 50p or even 10p through the app.

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Russell Falcon

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