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Beldray Deluxe 3 Tier Upright Airer with Wheels instore at B&M for £1
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Beldray Deluxe 3 Tier Upright Airer with Wheels instore at B&M for £1

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Posted 18th JulAvailable: National

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£5 seems like a good deal, never mind £1. They seem to be much more expensive on other websites. Selected stores only, so might be worth ringing around first.
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Someone on here said the other day they were fed up seeing so many Homebase deals recently. At least with Homebase you can check which stores have stock and in some cases reserve and collect. I never get lucky with B & M deals, makes you wonder if these £1 deals are a scam to draw punters to their stores?
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Which b and m plz?
Only pictured on website, since selling out in May hotukdeals.com/dea…468
Hopefully mine has some, I need two!
Barcode please?
Which store did you get yours and how many left?
And they're off...

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Edited by: "gidsterc" 18th Jul
Yeah right !
Will be heading off to my local branch this evening lol
Someone on here said the other day they were fed up seeing so many Homebase deals recently. At least with Homebase you can check which stores have stock and in some cases reserve and collect. I never get lucky with B & M deals, makes you wonder if these £1 deals are a scam to draw punters to their stores?
In stock at Aintree - makes you wonder how much it costs to make them lol
It's a load of guff
Never seen this in any B&M in its nelly up here in Haggis basher land!
Edited by: "omendata" 18th Jul
Ralph88818/07/2019 12:47

Someone on here said the other day they were fed up seeing so many …Someone on here said the other day they were fed up seeing so many Homebase deals recently. At least with Homebase you can check which stores have stock and in some cases reserve and collect. I never get lucky with B & M deals, makes you wonder if these £1 deals are a scam to draw punters to their stores?


They are - its all just marketing to increase footfall most of the B&M deals are complete pony and trap!
Ralph88818/07/2019 12:47

Someone on here said the other day they were fed up seeing so many …Someone on here said the other day they were fed up seeing so many Homebase deals recently. At least with Homebase you can check which stores have stock and in some cases reserve and collect. I never get lucky with B & M deals, makes you wonder if these £1 deals are a scam to draw punters to their stores?


Good point, and more or less the same with Home Bargains, (very limited online ordering)
omendata18/07/2019 20:17

They are - its all just marketing to increase footfall most of the B&M …They are - its all just marketing to increase footfall most of the B&M deals are complete pony and trap!


That's the whole point of B&M, you go in there wanting something which either won't be in stock or someone will have stamped on it then shoved it back into the box. However, they'll have a cheap bluetooth speaker which you buy even though you already have five and you know it will sound rubbish.

Plus you'll buy a canvas with "You're a wizard, Harry!" because that's only £2.99 and also a plastic hoop the kids keep pestering you for because it's only £1, even though it breaks five metres from the shop door. And so you walk out vaguely feeling you've got a bargain, even though you've got nothing useful or decent quality.

It's a shop that could only exist here, in Europe they tend to prefer shops that actually have things you might conceivably want to buy in stock rather than essentially a massive jumble sale.
Edited by: "TipsyNurse" 19th Jul
TipsyNurse19/07/2019 09:05

That's the whole point of B&M, you go in there wanting something which …That's the whole point of B&M, you go in there wanting something which either won't be in stock or someone will have stamped on it then shoved it back into the box. However, they'll have a cheap bluetooth speaker which you buy even though you already have five and you know it will sound rubbish.Plus you'll buy a canvas with "You're a wizard, Harry!" because that's only £2.99 and also a plastic hoop the kids keep pestering you for because it's only £1, even though it breaks five metres from the shop door. And so you walk out vaguely feeling you've got a bargain, even though you've got nothing useful or decent quality.It's a shop that could only exist here, in Europe they tend to prefer shops that actually have things you might conceivably want to buy in stock rather than essentially a massive jumble sale.


Very true and in Eastern europe these shops would not exist either as people never browse they go into buy their shopping list and thats that - Lidl , Billa, Electrodom, Baumax all the same near my home in Slovakia they never sell stuff like this never seen a discount ever - we are quite lucky in this country actually; if you can find the bargains that is!
Edited by: "omendata" 20th Jul
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