Mum bags a £20 Baby Alive doll for just 10p in B&M and parents are rushing to stock up

A MUM has bagged herself a Baby Alive doll for just 10p in B&M, and fellow parents are rushing to get their hands on one. 

The popular toy is a hit with kids around the country, with the doll selling for as much as £20 in Argos. 

Which is why one mum couldn’t believe her eyes – or her receipt – when she got one for just pennies in the popular department store. 

She grabbed a mermaid version of the doll at a store in Skegness, but reckons the dolls will be discounted in all B&M shops after sharing a tip she heard from a cashier. 

The mum shared her bargain, and the receipt, to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, where hundreds of people have thanked for giving them the heads up.

She said: “Baby alive mermaid doll from b&m was only 10P.

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“I bought one for my daughter, woman at the checkout said it was nationwide as they’re no longer stocking them.”

Hundreds of mums are now planning their own shopping trips to stock up on the toy, with some saying they’re going to save them for Christmas presents. 

Commenting online, one mum said: “When was this my daughter loves baby Alive? She’s got loads of them but one more won’t hurt lol.”

Another wrote: “Yeah I seen that earlier might have to go see if I can get her one be perfect to put away for Xmas.”

A third thought: “That's amazing 10p ha ha that's giving them away woww remember to put something in charity box on the way out folks.”

This mum asked: “If u go to b&m and see them could you grab 2 for the girls please perfect for the pool also.”

While another added: “ If you see them get one for us too! I’ll transfer 10p.”

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