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caca max interactive puppy £9.99 @ B&M

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caca max interactive puppy down to £9.99 in b&m stores. got one one before Christmas for £19.99 and thought that was a good price so was a bit shocked to see them at this price. they were all gone in… Read More
caca max interactive puppy down to £9.99 in b&m stores. got one one before Christmas for £19.99 and thought that was a good price so was a bit shocked to see them at this price. they were all gone in…
honey6591 Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago3 Comments
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I don't understand the fascination with pooing animal toys! There's loads of them. Even playdough do a pooing dog. And there's the seagull board game where you have to avoid being [email protected] on. And as for the "Diaper Surprise" dolls...

I really don't get it!
Well not same price it's ten pound haha
Same price In tesco hartlepool as well, perhaps national
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radox gift set £1.00 wow what a deal @ B&Mstores

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Lots of deals to be had at B & M store brought 8 of them.. They did not have sale tags on.however at checkout it was just a pound!!!! Wow. Thats my christmas presents (2016) done and dusted! Read More
Lots of deals to be had at B & M store brought 8 of them.. They did not have sale tags on.however at checkout it was just a pound!!!! Wow. Thats my christmas presents (2016) done and dusted!
agrantagboks Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago8 Comments
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Wow...wow...what a deal! ;)
Really good deal just a shame i don't have a bath any more
Deleted a few comments. Really no need for the spelling police
Thanks
Hot deal :D
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Hot White Chocolate Mix including glass now 10p @ B&M Bargains (Stevenage)

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6 packets of White Hot Chocolate mix and a glass reduced to 10p in B&M Stevenage,London Road Branch.They had about 20 boxes on the shelf. Red printed label so should be national. Read More
6 packets of White Hot Chocolate mix and a glass reduced to 10p in B&M Stevenage,London Road Branch.They had about 20 boxes on the shelf. Red printed label so should be national.
theatrical Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago6 Comments
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rubberbullets
Once again good luck finding.


Im hoping that as there were so many of them in Stevenage that there may be more around the country ... I agree these 10p deals are hard to find ... This is the first one I've ever found here ...
Once again good luck finding.
Kulaak
Was in B&M colchester earlier too. Due to early closing only had a couple of mins browsing :( I've a feeling tho' there would be none to be seen.


Ive seen so many 10p B&M deals on here and never have I found a single one in my 2 local stores until this one today so you could well be right!
Was in B&M colchester earlier too. Due to early closing only had a couple of mins browsing :( I've a feeling tho' there would be none to be seen.
jodee1991
i paid 99p for one of these and still thought it was a good deal!


The other flavours were still 99p it was just the white that was 10p
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oatfield handmade sweets . choc limes 250g. 10p b&m stores.

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found in burton on trent choc limes. 250g bag. best before may 2007. great price for some hand made sweets. Read More
found in burton on trent choc limes. 250g bag. best before may 2007. great price for some hand made sweets.
welche2 Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago4 Comments
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Sounds disgusting. Awful flavour for me, but great deal for others. Heat added.
sorry. may2017
best before may 2007

I'm not sure I'd even spend the 10p :)

NV
May 2007??
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Vanderbilt, sex in the city, playboy - perfumes £3.99 @ B&M

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I found im B&M HARLOW, some perfumes like vanderbilt for 3.99 £ 100 ml which is 4.4/5 on customers reviews for quality. Also in the same store sex in the city eau de toilette 100ml 3 different types Read More
I found im B&M HARLOW, some perfumes like vanderbilt for 3.99 £ 100 ml which is 4.4/5 on customers reviews for quality. Also in the same store sex in the city eau de toilette 100ml 3 different types
deeutz_fvc Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago5 Comments
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Going to check Bradford Branch
Going to check Bradford Branch
None in my local store yesterday (Bolton).
Check on each on google for reviews. I checked for vanderbilt is one of my friend and her mum used this perfume and i like since then.. and they sayd to me is about 30-40£ .. and now i check on vanderbilt reviews and is marked with 4.4 from 5 mark. This is very good!
do they smell nice
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Frank Cooper Conserves 69p @ b&m

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These are currently £2.19 at Ocado. Strawberry, Red Plum, Red Cherry. Best before May 2017 so I am shocked to see these in b&m. Read More
These are currently £2.19 at Ocado. Strawberry, Red Plum, Red Cherry. Best before May 2017 so I am shocked to see these in b&m.
nowmusicfan Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago5 Comments
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greenwithenvy
his brother Harry was a great boxer!

His seventh cousin Henry was even better!
good find op, heat
his brother Harry was a great boxer!
Nice one Thank you
Thanks for sharing OP!
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Classic Table Football Game £4.99 INSTORE @ B&M's

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Down £5.00 from £9.99. Bought it at Christmas and is well made/ hours of fun for the kids Read More
Down £5.00 from £9.99. Bought it at Christmas and is well made/ hours of fun for the kids
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Auto Tech Air Compressor 12v £1.00 @ B&M Instore

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This is a real good deal. For a quid it could save you a lot of hassle some day. Yes they're slow but for a pound... They also pump up footballs and swimming pools adapters included Read More
This is a real good deal. For a quid it could save you a lot of hassle some day. Yes they're slow but for a pound... They also pump up footballs and swimming pools adapters included
dmcmsn Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago21 Comments
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Which stores have stock so far?
adam_2004
Can anyone recommend a decent one at a reasonable price?

This is a decent one.
Can anyone recommend a decent one at a reasonable price?
maccy1
I'm in thanks spongy :Dhttp://media.tumblr.com/880721930ae474631ba60dca2d988027/tumblr_inline_msvsjg8Mga1qz4rgp.gif

Thanks :D
I'm in thanks spongy :D

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Protibrick 10K hours energiser biscuits 99p @ B&M

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In need of a boost?? ... Have one of the bricks! Not sure if store specific. Read More
In need of a boost?? ... Have one of the bricks! Not sure if store specific.
Jiggy188 Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago3 Comments
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anewman
Weetabix with a pretty box.


and double the weight!!
fuel cells just like star trek wow.....
Weetabix with a pretty box.
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Martini Brut 11,5° just £4.99 @ B&M

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Martini Brut just £4.99 @ B&M Read More
Martini Brut just £4.99 @ B&M
inga1982 Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago6 Comments
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Very similar to prosecco.
Presume it is because its states the size of the bottle and not the content.. Presume 75cl.. Which is a decent price IMO.. Hot for me!
ha ha....
inga1982
no idea...:(
Tastes better cold?!
no idea...:(
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Mr Kipling 6 christmas slices snack packs 49p @ B&M

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Mr kipling 6 christmas slices and the 6 rum and raisen slices snack packs 49 pence each not online found in Derby ascot drive store great for lunchbox pack ups best before dates 9th of feb 2016 and 15… Read More
Mr kipling 6 christmas slices and the 6 rum and raisen slices snack packs 49 pence each not online found in Derby ascot drive store great for lunchbox pack ups best before dates 9th of feb 2016 and 15…
ibeshades Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago1 Comment
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mr kipling makes exeedingly good cakes
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Jelly Tots Giant Tube (130g) 49p instore at B&M

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Found these instore at B&M Leicester, there were also Fruit Salad Tubes for 69p Wham Tubes for 69p Read More
Found these instore at B&M Leicester, there were also Fruit Salad Tubes for 69p Wham Tubes for 69p
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mrsafety
Not sure that is a Giant tube but good price anyway.

I didn't think these were giant tubes but Sainsburys has them down as giant also

Also thought giant tubes needed 2 people to carry them :3
Not sure that is a Giant tube but good price anyway.
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Draught Guinness 15 x 440ml cans £9.99 @ B&M - equivalent 86p/pint

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Was in Chester le Street B&M just before closing yesterday and noticed they had a big stack of Draught Guinness (15 x 440ml) packs on for only £9.99 which works out at around only 86p/pint. Morrison… Read More
Was in Chester le Street B&M just before closing yesterday and noticed they had a big stack of Draught Guinness (15 x 440ml) packs on for only £9.99 which works out at around only 86p/pint. Morrison…
buckmr2 Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago19 Comments
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mamboboy
But Guinness is a beer that stands out from the true pure gutter**** tapped 'popular' pub beers brewed by InBev/Molson Coors, etc.
I'm like you in that for the past 4 years or so after initially trying out Sierra Nevada, I've pretty much drunk nothing but craft. I honestly can't remember the last time I had a Carling/Fosters/Coors/Carlsberg/Stella and even if I did it was because I was at some pub in the sticks where it's literally *all* you can have.
But I started to get a little bored of craft IPA's, around a 1-2 years ago it seemed the brewery's were just competing to see who could throw the most hops into a brew! IBU's were more important to them than ABV and within two drinks my mouth would be completely dead from the bitterness, which meant it didn't matter what I drank afterwards as I wouldn't be able to taste it!
I decided to tone it down and get into porters/stouts again and I can confidently say Guinness isn't far from a nice craft stout IMO. Hell, in my opinion Guinness Foreign Extra is one of the best stouts in the world - it's the closest I've come to Lion Stout - my absolute favourite!
And I don't know what city you're in, but the only place you can get a pint of a kegged craft beer for <£3 in Cardiff is in Wetherspoons.... and their guest beers are always cask and find their quality of them typically poor because not many opt for them, so they end up more like drip tray remains. They do have Devils Backbone though, but the quality of the brews of it are all over the place... it certainly isn't as nice as when they first introduced it.
The next cheapest in Cardiff is the Brains bar The Cambrian Tap where you pay around £3.80 a pint, but that's usually their own beers and will be <6% ABV.
In Brewdog £20 will be gone in absolutely no time - 4x 2/3's and you'll be sifting through pocket change! Admittedly they always have perfectly cooled and conditioned beers... I've never had a bad drink there!

Would agree with that, I'm in Winchester and £3 pints just don't exist outside Wetherspoons. Re InBev etc as a result of this thread I found they have been buying up craft breweries and even the one I mentioned before Goose Island is now owned by them! I think the reality is is craft did start making serious inroads into the big brewers' businesses they would simply buy up the successful breweries, and that's already happening. Similar to any other industry, the mega corporations are always going to dominate, they won't let small players make serious inroads into their market share.

Guinness as you say is still a decent stout and due to the turnover I've very rarely had a bad pint of it, even in Wetherspoons.

Edited By: cromarty on Dec 31, 2015 11:03
But Guinness is a beer that stands out from the true pure gutter**** tapped 'popular' pub beers brewed by InBev/Molson Coors, etc.

I'm like you in that for the past 4 years or so after initially trying out Sierra Nevada, I've pretty much drunk nothing but craft. I honestly can't remember the last time I had a Carling/Fosters/Coors/Carlsberg/Stella and even if I did it was because I was at some pub in the sticks where it's literally *all* you can have.

But I started to get a little bored of craft IPA's, around a 1-2 years ago it seemed the brewery's were just competing to see who could throw the most hops into a brew! IBU's were more important to them than ABV and within two drinks my mouth would be completely dead from the bitterness, which meant it didn't matter what I drank afterwards as I wouldn't be able to taste it!

I decided to tone it down and get into porters/stouts again and I can confidently say Guinness isn't far from a nice craft stout IMO. Hell, in my opinion Guinness Foreign Extra is one of the best stouts in the world - it's the closest I've come to Lion Stout - my absolute favourite!

And I don't know what city you're in, but the only place you can get a pint of a kegged craft beer for <£3 in Cardiff is in Wetherspoons.... and their guest beers are always cask and find their quality of them typically poor because not many opt for them, so they end up more like drip tray remains. They do have Devils Backbone though, but the quality of the brews of it are all over the place... it certainly isn't as nice as when they first introduced it.

The next cheapest in Cardiff is the Brains bar The Cambrian Tap where you pay around £3.80 a pint, but that's usually their own beers and will be <6% ABV.
In Brewdog £20 will be gone in absolutely no time - 4x 2/3's and you'll be sifting through pocket change! Admittedly they always have perfectly cooled and conditioned beers... I've never had a bad drink there!





Edited By: mamboboy on Dec 30, 2015 14:38: dd
cromarty
brookysm
Gary the Gooner
brookysm
mamboboy
brookysm
Amazed people still buy Guinness, its clearly only Supermarkets and chain type pubs that still sell it, a dinosaur in a space age market.
Seriously? Guinness Draught is one of the few mass produced beers that still manages to taste great. It's rated 82 on Ratebeer for a reason...
It's past it, old hat, boring. If it had just come to market nobody would buy it. Guinness is losing market share rapidly to the craft ale breweries and Guinness know it but other than the West Indies Porter everything they have come up with is rubbish - hell they even produce a lager now...
Maybe they should come out with a 'NEW' Guinness to liven it up like Coke did. That went well. The fact it has been around for a long time does not make it 'boring' or 'old hat' That it has been around for hundreds of years and enjoyed the world over is testament to its quality. If all you want is trendy - stick to WKD or whatever garbage is flavour of the moment.
So has rickets fella, doesn't make it relevant in today's market hence why it's sold for peanuts on supermarket shelves next to the likes for Fosters, Carling and Strongbow! Facts are Guinness has lost a massive chunk of the market in the UK and the same is happening in the US too, their 2nd biggest market! People are waking up to the new brewing techniques and flavours that are the fastest growing market segment and realise that they don't have to drink the **** their parents and grandparents did anymore.
Here's the proof btw!http://www.economist.com/news/business-and-finance/21646577-spite-its-st-patricks-day-marketing-sales-guinness-are-fallinglike-rest
Read the article and it says that the sales of all beers are falling - "total volume of beer downed in Britain and Ireland has fallen by 20%". It implies Guinness has actually maintained it's market share. Also says that the reason for the fall in sales is the shift to wines and spirits. Craft beers are only mentioned in passing.
Would agree most craft beers are great and the market growing, my local does a range and I would generally choose one over a Guinness. However most are pushing £5 a pint and many have a high ABV (up to 6%) so it's a different market. Also we're talking here about canned/bottled beer (rather than cask) and craft beer has a very small share of that market (estimated in the UK about 1%). Of the craft beers available in my local only Goose Island IPA is available at the supermarket and that is £1.75 for a 355ml bottle. You cannot really compare that with canned Guinness being sold at 86p a pint.
You need to find a better bar and supermarket mate, most craft beer sellers by me tend to sell around the £3 mark, its only when you get to limited brews, imports or super strength that the price goes north to near the £5 mark but even at that price I would still rather pay that for 1 pint of something that excites the taste buds than 5 that bores then to death. As for beer sales, its Guinness's market that is suffering -29 pubs a week are closing and supermarket beer sales are down but those 29 pubs a week tend to be those typically who sold brands like Guinness and other majors, you only need to visit cities like Leeds to see how craft beer sales are absolutely trouncing the traditional brands in the newly opened places that the person who frequents comes out to enjoy a drink rather than the places were folk frequent to simply aim to get drunk and cop off.

Funnily enough before Christmas my mates and I were on about this very issue, 10 years ago, of the 15 or so out that day 9 of us were Guinness drinkers on a night out down the town, now not one would order it unless it was the best of a very bad choice at a venue you had to go to because of an event, personally I think I've had 1 single pint of it this year whereas 10 years ago I'd be drinking 8 or 9 pints of it a night out, I've tried their 2 new brews, the Dublin and the West Indies Porter and I'm not bothered for either, the WI is a decent beer in a market full of brilliance but the Dublin is nasty and poor, typical of a dinosaur company that is trying to react to a market it doesn't understand. Simple fact is Guinness don't even brew the best Stout in Dublin anymore never mind anywhere else, they are a low value brand drunk by people that know no better or stick to what they know, they have lost the concerning drinkers and rely on St Paddy's day to turn a profit.
brookysm
Gary the Gooner
brookysm
mamboboy
brookysm
Amazed people still buy Guinness, its clearly only Supermarkets and chain type pubs that still sell it, a dinosaur in a space age market.
Seriously? Guinness Draught is one of the few mass produced beers that still manages to taste great. It's rated 82 on Ratebeer for a reason...
It's past it, old hat, boring. If it had just come to market nobody would buy it. Guinness is losing market share rapidly to the craft ale breweries and Guinness know it but other than the West Indies Porter everything they have come up with is rubbish - hell they even produce a lager now...
Maybe they should come out with a 'NEW' Guinness to liven it up like Coke did. That went well. The fact it has been around for a long time does not make it 'boring' or 'old hat' That it has been around for hundreds of years and enjoyed the world over is testament to its quality. If all you want is trendy - stick to WKD or whatever garbage is flavour of the moment.
So has rickets fella, doesn't make it relevant in today's market hence why it's sold for peanuts on supermarket shelves next to the likes for Fosters, Carling and Strongbow! Facts are Guinness has lost a massive chunk of the market in the UK and the same is happening in the US too, their 2nd biggest market! People are waking up to the new brewing techniques and flavours that are the fastest growing market segment and realise that they don't have to drink the **** their parents and grandparents did anymore.
Here's the proof btw!http://www.economist.com/news/business-and-finance/21646577-spite-its-st-patricks-day-marketing-sales-guinness-are-fallinglike-rest

Read the article and it says that the sales of all beers are falling - "total volume of beer downed in Britain and Ireland has fallen by 20%". It implies Guinness has actually maintained its market share of a declining market - "Guinness, even if it maintains its market share". Also says that the reason for the fall in sales is the shift to wines and spirits. Craft beers are only mentioned in passing.

Would agree most craft beers are great and the market growing, my local does a range and I would generally choose one over a Guinness. However most are pushing £5 a pint and many have a high ABV (up to 6%) so it's a different market. Also we're talking here about canned/bottled beer (rather than cask) and craft beer has a very small share of that market (estimated in the UK about 1%). Of the craft beers available in my local only Goose Island IPA is available at the supermarket and that is £1.75 for a 355ml bottle. You cannot really compare that with canned Guinness being sold at 86p a pint.


Edited By: cromarty on Dec 30, 2015 08:48
Gary the Gooner
brookysm
mamboboy
brookysm
Amazed people still buy Guinness, its clearly only Supermarkets and chain type pubs that still sell it, a dinosaur in a space age market.
Seriously? Guinness Draught is one of the few mass produced beers that still manages to taste great. It's rated 82 on Ratebeer for a reason...
It's past it, old hat, boring. If it had just come to market nobody would buy it. Guinness is losing market share rapidly to the craft ale breweries and Guinness know it but other than the West Indies Porter everything they have come up with is rubbish - hell they even produce a lager now...
Maybe they should come out with a 'NEW' Guinness to liven it up like Coke did. That went well. The fact it has been around for a long time does not make it 'boring' or 'old hat' That it has been around for hundreds of years and enjoyed the world over is testament to its quality. If all you want is trendy - stick to WKD or whatever garbage is flavour of the moment.
So has rickets fella, doesn't make it relevant in today's market hence why it's sold for peanuts on supermarket shelves next to the likes for Fosters, Carling and Strongbow! Facts are Guinness has lost a massive chunk of the market in the UK and the same is happening in the US too, their 2nd biggest market! People are waking up to the new brewing techniques and flavours that are the fastest growing market segment and realise that they don't have to drink the **** their parents and grandparents did anymore.

Here's the proof btw!

http://www.economist.com/news/business-and-finance/21646577-spite-its-st-patricks-day-marketing-sales-guinness-are-fallinglike-rest
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Garlic Mayo 10p at B&M

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Good brand garlic Mayo adore this stuff in both the Ipswich stores and has a BBD of May 2016 Did speak with a staff member stating believe its national. I think it tastes nice might help someone out… Read More
Good brand garlic Mayo adore this stuff in both the Ipswich stores and has a BBD of May 2016 Did speak with a staff member stating believe its national. I think it tastes nice might help someone out…
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Eventually got this week, thanks for the heads up pal.
good picture
Midge
Can I ask what brand it is?

Lots of items unpriced in my local.


Colman's on the picture
Midge
Can I ask what brand it is?
Lots of items unpriced in my local.
Heinz
I bought two yesterday in Bentley Bridge, they are the hot garlic type. Bloody lovely, wish I'd have bought more
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Idance Xd3 party speaker £49.99 @ B&M

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B&M are selling this for £49.99 and its £99 in Argos and £88 on Amazon. It has excellent features and sound quality for the money. Read More
B&M are selling this for £49.99 and its £99 in Argos and £88 on Amazon. It has excellent features and sound quality for the money.
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Good price - heat added :)
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Luxury Christmas crackers 10 pack £1.99 @ B & M

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Had 100's of these in my local store. Were £12, (so it says on the box!) then £3.99 now £1.99 Fairly decent gifts too! Read More
Had 100's of these in my local store. Were £12, (so it says on the box!) then £3.99 now £1.99 Fairly decent gifts too!
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Bought these when they were£3.99 ,they contained the usual bottle opener, pen ,pack of cards(mini version) the hats were defo made for tiny heads!ok for £1.99
nice find op, heat added
maccy1
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blue1971
Is there such thing as a luxury Christmas cracker ?
Most definitely - just not from B&M X)http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2860414/World-s-expensive-crackers-cost-4MILLION-contain-Cartier-necklace-Aston-Martin.html

Noooo you'd still want the joke in the cracker no matter what's in it X)


So you'd pay 4 million for a 190k Aston Martin in one of how many crackers? More money than sense
pennyfarthing88
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blue1971
Is there such thing as a luxury Christmas cracker ?
Most definitely - just not from B&M X)http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2860414/World-s-expensive-crackers-cost-4MILLION-contain-Cartier-necklace-Aston-Martin.html
Noooo you'd still want the joke in the cracker no matter what's in it X)
True! My money's on the jokes every Christmas :)

I'm pleased I'm not the only one that likes tradition X) plus you can't beat a good laugh (or should I say groan) at the Christmas table :D
maccy1
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blue1971
Is there such thing as a luxury Christmas cracker ?
Most definitely - just not from B&M X)http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2860414/World-s-expensive-crackers-cost-4MILLION-contain-Cartier-necklace-Aston-Martin.html

Noooo you'd still want the joke in the cracker no matter what's in it X)


True! My money's on the jokes every Christmas :)
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Disney Frozen and Peppa Pig Activity Desk with Seat £16.99 @ B&M

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I bought this today for my little daughter and I am happy with quality and low price. I have checked price around (40£+ ebay ,amazon) Read More
I bought this today for my little daughter and I am happy with quality and low price. I have checked price around (40£+ ebay ,amazon)
furion1985 Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago2 Comments
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Don't do a Thomas one by any chance ?
https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xft1/v/t34.0-12/12463640_984481938284874_172237307_n.jpg?oh=7c1e8e75cdcfd398a44969b15ef9a640&oe=56843132

http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/NzIwWDk2MA==/z/CDUAAOSwfZ1WYy68/$_57.JPG

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world's lightest suitcase 23 inch reduced from 30 to £14.99 instore at b&m

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No much more to say. Great price for this range of cases Read More
No much more to say. Great price for this range of cases
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The only ones on sale are too large for cabin luggage but realistically too small for hold luggage- an odd size which is probably why they're on sale.. Agree with the comments that they are excellent for cabin luggage I am nervous entrusting them to the hold luggage conveyors but have used a large one several times now for shorthaul to max my 15kg limit and must admit to being a bit surprised by how well it's holding up. Prefer to use a solid sided for long haul where weight limits tend to be more generous. Heat for posting
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These are fine for hand luggage, other than that I think they'd be a waste of money
I love how all the negative comments about this product is by people like this person and have never actually owned it, lol!! And the ones that have actually owned them for years are the ones saying how good they are...... Dont you just love HUKD's now......

Am not sure that buying from B&M they would last as hold luggage, I got mine from Tesco, the small one that's been used loads as hand luggage, i worked CS in a large retail outlet and suitcases were the most returned damaged/ unfit for purpose items I had to refund ... Good luck takin it back there for a refund lol
Owned the large one for 2 years, and never missed a beat, huge inside and SO light, also have 2 of the biggest hand luggage ones and these still look brand new, couldn't recommend them enough. we use them for 4-5 flights a year and countless weekends away.

I was sceptical to be honest at first, but they have 'life time guarantee's' so just kept the receipt and thought I would kick up a stink if they failed early on.
trisham3838
These are fine for hand luggage, other than that I think they'd be a waste of money

I love how all the negative comments about this product is by people like this person and have never actually owned it, lol!! And the ones that have actually owned them for years are the ones saying how good they are...... Dont you just love HUKD's now......


Edited By: bigmaz on Dec 29, 2015 16:20
My gran had one of these, she did 2 round the world trips with, and she went to benidorm 4 times a year, and did approx 8000 air miles with it, including a trip to the north pole. she also smoked 80 fags a day and lived until she was 98,but unfortunatly got run over by a bus crossing the road, the bag is still fine though.
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Twinings Lemon Grey 50 bags for 89p at B&M

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Found this at B&M Stratford Upon Avon. Not sure if it's National. But cracking price for this tea. Read More
Found this at B&M Stratford Upon Avon. Not sure if it's National. But cracking price for this tea.
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Great find!! Off to b&m tomorrow :)
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Stella Cidre Peach and Elderflower flavours at B&M £0.99

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Saw these 2 flavours of Stella Cidre at B&M Team Valley,Gateshead and also at Chester le Street branches. Not on a red ticket and at more than one store so presumably national. Read More
Saw these 2 flavours of Stella Cidre at B&M Team Valley,Gateshead and also at Chester le Street branches. Not on a red ticket and at more than one store so presumably national.
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hot
Thanks, Ill have some of that
I go a few of the Elderflower one for over Xmas and it was lush.
Gotta try me some of that.
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Home Essentials for Less: B&M Deals

B&M is one of those retailers who customers return to again and again. Specialising in goods for the home (although offering much more these days), the company mixes a broad product selection with affordable prices, making them a firm favourite all over the UK.

B&M: One of the Leading Retailers in the UK

B&M started life in 1978, when Malcolm Billington started his first store in Lancashire. The 80s and 90s saw steady growth in the north-west, but it was in 2004 when B&M started to become a national retailer, following its acquisition by the Arora brothers.

The new owners created a dynamic business model under the B&M Homestores brand, opening large retail premises, generally on the outskirts of cities. Further investment followed, including the participation of ex-Tesco boss Terry Leahy, as the chain solidified its position as a leading British bargain retailer.

These days, you’ll find over 400 B&M stores across the country and a thriving online operation, making it simple to make discounted purchases wherever you live.

Where to Buy B&M Products

B&M Retail operates a network of bricks and mortar shops. Unusually for major UK retailers, they have chosen not to create an online store, relying on keeping their big box shops full of discounted brands. But you can take a look at their current offers at their website at www.bmstores.co.uk before you shop in person. Then just use the B&M Store finder to locate a store near your home.

Products Available at B&M Retail

When you get to B&M Retail, you’ll find a wide range of products, with categories that include:

  • Bikes – Featuring racers, mountain bikes, tandems, kids bikes, BMX, folding bikes, hybrid bikes and motorised bikes. You’ll also find basic bike frames, touring bikes, track bikes and single speed bikes, as well as plenty of guides about how to pick one that meets your requirements.
  • Summer & Gardening – Featuring garden furniture, barbecues, lighting, parasols, plants and bulbs, camping equipment, outdoor toys, electrical garden tools, compost and soil, turf, fencing and decking.
  • Home & Furniture – Featuring chairs, tables, shelving, cabinets, soft furnishings, bedding, curtains, kitchen items, luggage, wedding decorations, rugs, bathroom items and laundry goods.
  • Electricals – Includes kettles, toasters, vacuum cleaners, irons, microwaves, TVs, speakers, mobile phones, tablets, PCs, garden tools, power tools, telephones, security tools, batteries and cables & sockets.
  • Toys & Games – Includes trampolines, figurines, board games, craft packs, stationery, puzzles, costumes, baby products, scooters, bikes and train sets.
  • DIY – Features a range of DIY products like decking, wood, glues, paints, primers, tools tiles and other types of flooring.
  • Pets – Includes dog and cat food, pet toys, and products for small pets, fish and birds.
  • Food and Drink – Includes a range of snacks, soft drinks, confectionary and crisps.
  • Holiday shop – Offers holiday essentials like sun cream, bikinis, luggage, picnic items, barbecues and insect repellent.
  • Sports & Leisure – Features fitness tools, camping items, accessories for cyclists, travel products and selections for a “big night in” like games, DVDs and snacks.

Brands Available at B&M Retail

B&M stocks a huge variety of popular brands, including:

Decorate Your Home the Easy Way with Harris and B&M Retail

Sales at B&M Retail

B&M’s key selling point is price, so you can always expect low prices. However, that doesn’t stop them offering further discounts below their already low standard prices. To get an idea about their current deals, check out the Offers section on the B&M website (or scan their HotUKDeals listings). There’s also a Manager's Specials section with curated deals in different product categories.

Payment Methods Accepted by B&M Retail

When you purchase items from B&M Retail, you can use the following forms of payment: cash, VISA credit, VISA debit, MasterCard, Electron and Maestro (but not American Express).

Delivery Options from B&M Retail

B&M stock many large retail items like furniture or garden tools, and getting these home can be a pain. That’s why they offer a limited delivery service for such products.

To arrange a delivery, just make a request at the counter in any B&M store. Staff will then arrange a delivery date that suits your schedule. However, be aware that this only applies to bulky items, not food and drink, toys or accessories.

Returning Items to B&M Retail

Returning items to B&M shouldn’t be any trouble at all. They will accept any unwanted items within 30 days of purchase for a full refund, as long as these items are in their original packaging and undamaged.

If this applies to you, just take your purchase back to B&M with proof of purchase and you will receive either a replacement or a full refund.

There are some exceptions to this policy, though. B&M won’t accept refunds on unwanted larger items such as furniture (unless they are damaged), nor will they provide money back for DVDs, computer games, lottery tickets or tobacco products.

Electrical products bought from B&M always come with a 12 month guarantee, so if your product develops a fault inside that time period, you’ll be able to exchange it for a replacement, as long as you retain your proof of purchase in a safe place.

Where to Follow B&M Retail on Social Media

B&M retail may not offer online purchases, but they do have a vibrant social media presence, where you can find out about their promotions and new product lines. Stay in touch with them by checking out the B&M channels at:

In addition to these social media channels, you can stay up to date with the company’s sales and deals by reading their corporate blog, which is full of ideas about how to use their DIY products, furniture, pet foods, picnic items and sporting goods

There’s also a B&M Retail newsletter, which sends up to the minute discounts straight to your e-mail inbox on a regular basis. Sign up by scrolling to the bottom of the B&M front page and entering your email address.

Contacting B&M Retail

Whether you have a complaint to make or a question about making a purchase, getting in touch with B&M Retail shouldn’t be hard. You can reach them at:

  • Phone: 0330 8389000 (8:30-17:00 Monday to Friday)
  • E-mail: An e-mail contact form can be found on their website
  • You can reach B&M Head Office by post at:
  • B&M Retail Ltd
    The Vault Dakota Drive
    Estuary Commerce Park
    Speke
    Liverpool, L24 8RJ
    United Kingdom

On the other hand, if you just have a simple enquiry about what’s on offer or how to make a return, check out the B&M FAQ pages.

B&M Bargains at HotUKDeals

Famous for selling branded goods at outlet prices, B&M Retail operates shops all over the UK and is the place to go for everything from paint and tiles to toys, games and sporting goods. They regularly run promotional sales across their whole product range, and you can find out about the latest B&M Retail discounts by bookmarking their HotUKDeals listings.