B&M shoppers scramble to get their hands on massively cut-price items with some bits scanning for just 10p at the till

SAVVY shoppers are scrambling to head to their nearest B&M store, eager to check out massively discounted items.

Especially if you have children or know someone who has children, you need to listen.

B&M shoppers are going crazy over heavily discounted Xbox and Playstation items

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B&M shoppers are going crazy over heavily discounted Xbox and Playstation itemsCredit: PA
With some scan bits in just 10p, you'll need to move fast to land these bargain purchases

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With some scan bits in just 10p, you’ll need to move fast to land these bargain purchasesCredit: Facebook/ExtremeCouponingAndBargainsUK

One lucky bargain hunter, Tammy Louise Golding, was able to pick up three amazing items, all discounted to £1 or less at her local B&M store.

Tammy took to Facebook proudly to show off her epic sale purchases, leaving many gasping for breath.

Post in Facebook group, Extreme Couponing and Bargains UKWith 2.2 million members, the delighted shopper shared a photo of her bargain.

Tammy was delighted when she spotted the sale items, including a Playstation light, Xbox logo light, and a Playstation glowing alarm clock.

Along with photos of the items on sale, Tammy said: “Just got these from B&M.”

Originally £25, it’s no surprise that Tammy was delighted to win the Playstation lamp for just £1.

The original Xbox logo light sold for £18, but Tammy managed to get one for just 50 cents.

And finally, Tammy got her hands on the Playstation glow-in-the-dark alarm clock, originally priced at £12, but for just 10 cents – yes, you heard that correctly.

What should have cost her £55 in total, Tammy only cost her £1.60, saving her a whopping £53.40.

Tammy explains that normally she “never” “finds a bargain,” so she was happy with the money she saved to buy these amazing pieces in a B&M in Ipswich.

Tammy shared her post just 12 hours ago, but it clearly impressed many as it quickly received 430 likes and 94 comments.

Social media users were in awe of Tammy’s cheap items and many shoppers were eager to get their hands on the discounted items.

Many people have tagged their friends and loved ones to notify them of these epic discounts.

One said: “Love the PlayStation!”

Another person tagged a friend and added: “Go [to] B&M tomorrow.”

A third person commented: “I will buy the lights off the PlayStation logo [of] Friend.”

One even asked, “Are you willing to resell?”

Meanwhile, one Facebook user posted: “I can’t believe they rated them this low. Never seen these stickers at B&M either.

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In this regard, Tammy explained: “I have no reason to lie, I have seen them stowed away in a trolley at the destination.”

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Russell Falcon

Russell Falcon is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Russell Falcon joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing russellfalcon@ustimespost.com.

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