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Silent night electric blanket was £19.99 down to £1.00 b&m

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Silent night electric blanket was £19.99 down to £1 b&m Ashford Kent Only doubles and king size left. Read More
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Silent night electric blanket was £19.99 down to £1 b&m Ashford Kent

Only doubles and king size left.
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8 Likes #1
This should get hot. :p
8 Likes #2
I'd be surprised if it did for a quid
1 Like #3
Still £4.99 in my local B&M.
2 Likes #4
that will keep you very warm...when it catches
1 Like #5
when it catches fire maybe
2 Likes #6
quiet often the staff takes them before they go on the shop floor
1 Like #7
You'll be lucky if you find any left now as all the electric blankets were reduced to £1 last Thursday, I posted on here but MOD moved it to miscellaneous! Staff took them all in my local. I'll mention again that the 75th Batman 4 figure sets were also reduced as staff took all of those too, not sure if they were as low as £1 but worth price checking in your local as were obviously cheaper than shelf price (had been reduced from £30 to £20 couple weeks earlier).
1 Like #8
catalonia
when it catches fire maybe
We always get these quips about electric blankets - I wonder if they're based on evidence, hearsay or prejudice.
1 Like #9
pibpob
catalonia
when it catches fire maybe
We always get these quips about electric blankets - I wonder if they're based on evidence, hearsay or prejudice.

In the 80s an electric blanket caught fire in our house - that's the only one. I assume they're safer now - or I hope so, as I regularly sleep with mine on low in cold weather :)
#10
Polar1
You'll be lucky if you find any left now as all the electric blankets were reduced to £1 last Thursday, I posted on here but MOD moved it to miscellaneous! Staff took them all in my local. I'll mention again that the 75th Batman 4 figure sets were also reduced as staff took all of those too, not sure if they were as low as £1 but worth price checking in your local as were obviously cheaper than shelf price (had been reduced from £30 to £20 couple weeks earlier).

How would you know the staff took them all?
banned#11
DontRun
Polar1
You'll be lucky if you find any left now as all the electric blankets were reduced to £1 last Thursday, I posted on here but MOD moved it to miscellaneous! Staff took them all in my local. I'll mention again that the 75th Batman 4 figure sets were also reduced as staff took all of those too, not sure if they were as low as £1 but worth price checking in your local as were obviously cheaper than shelf price (had been reduced from £30 to £20 couple weeks earlier).

How would you know the staff took them all?


If their gone before they even put them on shelf then again why would they take them all since many shops only have a few workers and they get a alot of stock, unless they bought 20 blankets each i dont see it
#12
Yugsuvhshugsuhbsughs
DontRun
Polar1
You'll be lucky if you find any left now as all the electric blankets were reduced to £1 last Thursday, I posted on here but MOD moved it to miscellaneous! Staff took them all in my local. I'll mention again that the 75th Batman 4 figure sets were also reduced as staff took all of those too, not sure if they were as low as £1 but worth price checking in your local as were obviously cheaper than shelf price (had been reduced from £30 to £20 couple weeks earlier).

How would you know the staff took them all?


If their gone before they even put them on shelf then again why would they take them all since many shops only have a few workers and they get a alot of stock, unless they bought 20 blankets each i dont see it


eBay?
#13
Don't bother to chase the b&m Tesco deals usually never found in my local store :(
#14
quiet often it's old stock n staff get 1st picks
1 Like #15
toni4890
quiet often it's old stock n staff get 1st picks

and so they should
#16
Never seen a deal posted on here in my local one.
#17
Gallus
Never seen a deal posted on here in my local one.
Same here!
#18
nickhale756
Gallus
Never seen a deal posted on here in my local one.
Same here!
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#19
Chiptivo
toni4890
quiet often it's old stock n staff get 1st picks
and so they should
why should they? it's the customers that keep the shops going that pay the staffs wages!
maybe the practice needs to be highlighted to the relevant persons at head office.
1 Like #20
3applepie
Chiptivo
toni4890
quiet often it's old stock n staff get 1st picks
and so they should
why should they? it's the customers that keep the shops going that pay the staffs wages!
maybe the practice needs to be highlighted to the relevant persons at head office.
It's the low staff wages that result in the low prices which keep the customers coming to the shops.
#21
3applepie
Chiptivo
toni4890
quiet often it's old stock n staff get 1st picks
and so they should
why should they? it's the customers that keep the shops going that pay the staffs wages!
maybe the practice needs to be highlighted to the relevant persons at head office.

As pib said, they are probably on near minimum wage, maybe even zero hours contracts, who knows.
I respect that the staff of the company may be allowed to get any discounts or offers first. I'd be disappointed in any company who didn't allow this.
1 Like #22
got 1. its single though but is £1. theirs 1 left in chelmsford.
#23
pibpob
3applepie
Chiptivo
toni4890
quiet often it's old stock n staff get 1st picks
and so they should
why should they? it's the customers that keep the shops going that pay the staffs wages!
maybe the practice needs to be highlighted to the relevant persons at head office.
It's the low staff wages that result in the low prices which keep the customers coming to the shops.
well said !!

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