Silentnight king size supersoft duvet set - £1 @ B&M (St Neots)
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Silentnight king size supersoft duvet set - £1 @ B&M (St Neots)

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LocalFound 29th Sep 2017
B&M Silentnight king size supersoft duvet set in grey. Original price £16.99 marked up as £9.99 goes through the till at £1
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Nice find do you have the item code plz
Good find, thanks for posting
Great find, thanks for the post.
I've always found if you find items like this that scan at £1....the cashier always overrides the price...
Do you argue the toss?
ElaineSheffield5 m ago

I've always found if you find items like this that scan at £1....the …I've always found if you find items like this that scan at £1....the cashier always overrides the price...Do you argue the toss?


If you know for defo that the price scanned is lower then i would ring the head office and complain, the price that it scans as should be the price you pay unless on some very rare occasion the tills are wrong and staff have been informed.

p.s. B&M tend to sell the same stock every year, often the old stock has a different item code even though the actual product is identical.
100% cotton?
NuffinisFree1 h, 47 m ago

If you know for defo that the price scanned is lower then i would ring the …If you know for defo that the price scanned is lower then i would ring the head office and complain, the price that it scans as should be the price you pay unless on some very rare occasion the tills are wrong and staff have been informed.p.s. B&M tend to sell the same stock every year, often the old stock has a different item code even though the actual product is identical.



What utter twoddle!

The price on the shelf edge label and/or packet is the price you pay and can expect to pay.
"If" the till scans it at £1 and the cashier doesn't realise then lucky you.
"If" the cashier does realise then as long as your charged the price on the shelf/pack then you have zero to complain about.

They don't have to sell it to you at a £1 at all and you certainly don't have a right to have a product at a price because (despite the normal price being on the shelf and/or pack) you expected to get it for a £1, you read so online and they clearly have an issue with that product scanning through the till.
couple of days ago seen Silentnight single duvet covers marked down to £1
Ollielewis

Your quite correct most people believe that if it’s advertised at a price they have to honour it and as you state this is not the case law is simple for a transaction to complete you need and “invitation to treat” ie the price displayed “an offer” you taking it to the till and offer to pay that price , and an “acceptance “ the seller excepting your offer which they can refuse hope this helps
God I've read some rubbish on this. £1 is a bargain, enjoy it.
Julesrocks671 h, 45 m ago

God I've read some rubbish on this. £1 is a bargain, enjoy it.


This site !
Some people need to do more research on B&M and there price reductions.
What's the barcode? A member asked for barcode or item code since yesterday but op hasn't provided one yet, I saw some today in store not in grey but black and cream marked at 9.99 but not sure will scan at £1
CheapandCheer3 m ago

What's the barcode? A member asked for barcode or item code since …What's the barcode? A member asked for barcode or item code since yesterday but op hasn't provided one yet, I saw some today in store not in grey but black and cream marked at 9.99 but not sure will scan at £1



anything stopping you giving it a go?
Please product code or bar code

I saw them but went through at 9:99
ollielewis29th Sep

What utter twoddle!The price on the shelf edge label and/or packet is the …What utter twoddle!The price on the shelf edge label and/or packet is the price you pay and can expect to pay."If" the till scans it at £1 and the cashier doesn't realise then lucky you."If" the cashier does realise then as long as your charged the price on the shelf/pack then you have zero to complain about. They don't have to sell it to you at a £1 at all and you certainly don't have a right to have a product at a price because (despite the normal price being on the shelf and/or pack) you expected to get it for a £1, you read so online and they clearly have an issue with that product scanning through the till.


Sorry if you think it's twoddle but If I took something to the till and it scanned in at £1 I would expect to pay £1, I would think it was odd if the cashier turned round and said 'hang on its scanning in at a lower price let me manually change it and charge you more'.

B&M are constantly reducing price for old stock, it very unlikely to be a system error, more likely to be last season's stock with an old barcode
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