B&M makes big change to its website – and shoppers will be furious | The Sun

B&M has made a huge change to its website and customers will be furious.

The chain is known for its massive discounts and great deals, which can be bought in store or ordered online.

But the budget retailer has now scrapped its home delivery option after launching it as a trial in June last year, according to Retail Week.

When The Sun checked online today, we were unable to find a home delivery option on the website.

The Sun has contacted B&M for comment and we will update this story when we hear back.

Millions of Brits started shopping online when coronavirus hit and home delivery has continued to be a popular option.


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But now shoppers will only be able to get the store's barrage of bargains by visiting a branch in person.

You can find your nearest branch by using the store locator tool on the B&M website.

B&M said it hoped that 1,000 products would eventually be made available for home delivery upon its launch last summer.

Shipping cost around £3.95 on top of your original bill and deliveries took between three to five business days.

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Customers were told to look out for a van icon next to a product, which would mean it was available for home delivery.

B&M isn't the only retailer axing deliveries from its website.

Aldi will start winding down all of its online operations later this year, The Sun revealed in January.

It means customers will no longer be able to buy cheap wine cases or order Specialbuys to their door.

Meanwhile, ASOS premier customers now have to spend a minimum of £15 to qualify for free next day delivery.

And Tesco is upping the minimum spend customers have to reach for delivery.

From May 2, shoppers must spend a minimum of £50, up from £40.

If they don't, they'll be charged a £5 fee – this is currently £4.

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The minimum spend for click & collect will remain at £25 across all stores.

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