B&M shoppers rush to buy ‘gorgeous’ home furniture scanning at tills for just £10 instead of £120 | The Sun

B&M shoppers have been rushing to buy home furniture scanning at just £10 instead of £120.

The discounter has slashed the price of a sideboard by £110, and bargain hunters say it's "gorgeous".

A keen shopper spied the item in their local store and was thrilled at the price.

Posting the find to the B&M Bargains, Extreme Money Saving Deals and More Facebook group, they said: "My bargain yesterday, box says £100 but scanned at £10, I bought two as needed a bigger sideboard."

They shared a photo of the unit in its box with the reduced price sticker on it, with its original £120 cost, and another of the two sideboards set up in their home.

Fellow bargain hunters were quick to comment on the post and make plans to head to their nearest B&M to bag one.


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One wrote: "Fantastic!!! Bargain."

Another said: "What a bargain."

A third commented: "Look lovely. Great find."

While a fourth wrote: "Brilliant looks fantastic."

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And another said: "They look gorgeous! Well done on this real bargain!"

The "Urban Paradise sideboard" is approximately 80cm wide, 40cm deep and 110cm tall.

It is described as "versatile and stylish" and can be used in your bedroom, living room or dining room.

The discounter says it is an "excellent storage solution" for all kinds of items, from toys and games to occasional ornaments.

Unfortunately you won't be able to buy it online but it is available in stores.

Although do bear in mind that when prices are reduced by this much it's usually in order for stores to clear excess stock, so prices and stock will vary from store to store.

In this case it looks like it is a simple barcode difference which resulted in this hefty discount.

It's always best to phone ahead to your local shop to check what they have available to avoid disappointment.

You can find your nearest B&M store using the locator tool on the website.

It always pays to compare prices so you know you're getting the best deal.

Even if you can't pick this particular unit up for £10, it's original price of £120 is still the cheapest we can find elsewhere.

Both Homebase and Dunelm are selling similar versions for £280 and £199 respectively.

While Out and Out is also selling one for £140.

Prices can also vary day to day and by what deals are on at the time, plus remember you might pay for delivery if you're ordering online.

You can compare prices on platforms like Google Shopping.

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Meanwhile, B&M shoppers have been rushing to buy home furniture scanning at just £1 instead of £60.

Plus, they've also spotted bargain garden furniture scanning at tills for just £40.

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