B&M shoppers have spotted some major bargains at the discount retailer as it slashes garden furniture prices.
Taking to Facebook, shoppers have shared their finds including a £5 gazebo and a £10 fire pit, explaining how they saved up to £50 in some cases.
One shopper spotted the Vermont fire pit reduced in-store from £55 to just £10, calling it a "bargain" when she shared her find on Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK on Facebook.
She managed to save £45 on the buy that had been reduced because of its "out-of-season" nature.
The summer garden furniture and accompanying accessory stock has been flying off the shelves at B&M and other retailers all summer long as popular products like egg chairs, and furniture sets sold-out in record time.
But because it's now September, and the summer's over, a lot of these products have been reduced in price, simply because they are not as high in demand and the retailer is making way for new stock to come.
The bargain hunter's discount fire pit find has already racked up 4.8k comments under the Facebook post, with other keen shoppers excited to cash in for themselves.
One commented: "This is lovely."
While another said: "I really hope they have these left in my local store."
Another shopper found a gazebo at the store had been reduced from £55 all the way down to £5.
The shopper explained on their separate post to Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK that the product didn't have a price tag in-store.
After asking staff for help, the savvy saver found out a whopping 90% had been knocked off the price tag.
The total saving of £50 amazed Facebook users once again as the shopper said: "I never get bargains like this so I'm over the moon."
Yet another Facebook user took to the discount discovering forum to share their find as they proudly displayed the hanging chair they picked up from B&M that had been reduced by two thirds.
The hanging chair was originally £30 at full price but had been slashed to just a tenner before the bargain hunter snapped it up.
One user urgently tagged their partner in the post and commented: "Get down to B&M!"
While another said: "They had just one of these left when I looked this morning."
B&M has confirmed that the slashed prices shoppers have spotted are "end of season" discounts, so stock availability varies across all the stores.
That can mean the prices will vary too, so if your local store is lucky enough to have ample left available, it probably won't be reduced.
It's worth calling ahead to check if you did have an item particularly in mind, that way you'll avoid disappointment if there are none left or it's not the price you were expecting when you show up.
You can use B&M's store locator to find your closest before you head out to hunt down the bargains for yourself, as you can't shop the sale items online.
B&M doesn't sell products online, but the retailer does allow you to take a browse of products on its website – you can't add anything to a basket and checkout so you'll have to venture out to your closest store.
As always though, it's best to shop around first as you might find there's an even better bargain elsewhere if other retailers have slashed their own prices.
You can use comparison tools like Google Shopping or Price Spy to weigh up where you'll find a better deal online right now.
Officially declaring an end to the summer holidays, B&M launched a massive bank holiday sale on a range of furniture items in the store, and you can still pick up some things at the discount prices.
The store sells all sorts of homeware dupes that cost up to 67% less than Wayfair or Dunelm usually.
But one B&M superfan has revealed top tips to avoid overspending and how you can get items cheaper elsewhere anyway.
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