B&M fans show off huge hauls as prices are slashed in the monster sale – and they start from just £2 | The Sun

IF you love nothing more than nabbing yourself a bargain, then you may want to dash to your nearest B&M – and quick.

That's because shoppers have been sent into a frenzy after spotting hugely discounted goods in B&M's mega sale.

And with prices slashed to as little as £2, it's little surprise they're rushing online to show them off.

Taking to money-saving Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, delighted shopper Kirsty Racheal Isabelle Wood posted a snap of the mega haul she managed to get her hands on during a recent visit.

Alongside the image, she penned: "Love a bargain from my local B&M."

Among the bargains include a giant archery set which was £20 but has been slashed to £3 – meaning a whopping £17 saving.


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It's perfect for families looking for a fun outdoor activity to be enjoyed in the garden or at the beach and includes a freestanding target, bow with three arrows, arrow case, two blow pipes and three darts.

Kirsty also picked up the Bunch O Balloons Water Slide Wipeout, which was reduced from £16.99 to £3.


The online product description reads: "Combine the thrill of sliding on water and splashing into hundreds of self-sealing, fast-filling water balloons to enjoy the perfect refreshing summer game!"

Not stopping there, she also got £16.99 swingball for £2, a giant inflatable boxing ring which was slashed from £40 to £7.50, two pack sumo bumper balls reduced from £20 to £2 and arm bands discounted from £4 to just 50p.

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The post has since racked up several likes and comments, with many quick to commend Kirsty on her bargain buys.

"Wow! Well done," praised one.

A second enthused: "I love this!"

A third penned: "I would get some for birthday presents for my boys school friends. Love this!"

And a fourth quipped: "Well I don’t know about the rest of you, but I’m going shopping with Kirsty Racheal Isabelle Wood next time!"

And Kirsty wasn't the only one to nab herself a total steal – Fabulous previously told how a woman named Chloe Kirsty rushed online to show off the hugely discounted goods she nabbed during a recent visit.

She shared a snap of the Crystal Creations set which had been slashed from £5 to just 10p.

Other similar art and craft products that have been slashed include the neon scratch and magical unicorns notepad, and a paint your own dazzling unicorn set.

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