The store that has launched the huge sale is in Rugby – but as it is closing down, it means the bargains won’t be around long and won’t be replenished once they’re sold out
B&M has slashed prices by 50% in one store as part of a huge closing down sale.
The discounts have been spotted in the Clock Towers Shopping Centre branch in Rugby.
But as this is a closing down sale, it means the bargains won’t be around long and won’t be replenished once they’re sold out.
One shopper shared the news of the store’s closure on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK.
She revealed how she paid just £116 on over 45 items from the store that should have cost her £234.
The bargain hunter said the B&M store was shutting this Saturday, November 20.
Writing on Facebook, she said: “Saw on Facebook that one of the B&M stores in Rugby is closing down on Saturday and went to see if I can find any toys for Christmas for my daughter.
“All this should have been £234, but paid £116. Been in queue to pay for one hour 40 minutes but all worth it.
“Really happy I found the table and chairs for my daughter.”
But fellow shoppers said the store might reduce items even further.
One shopper advised: “Keep an eye on the store still, ours did this before it closed and it went up to 80% off in the end!”
Another agreed: “Keep an eye out as it gets closer to closing as my local did and it went to 80% off.”
Have you bagged a bargain in B&M? Let us know in the comments.
Secrets from your favourite shops
B&M hasn’t said if any of its other stores are closing down – but waiting for a sale isn’t the only way to bag a bargain.
We recently reported on how one shopper explained the nine tricks he always uses to make sure he gets a deal – and says other customers can save cash too.
Matt Konopielko, who lives in Wrexham, Wales, says his tips include holding out for even bigger discounts on reduced items, and asking for money off damaged goods.
The huge B&M fan also claims no shopper should be without the free B&M scanner tool.
The B&M scanner is a free barcode checker available on the B&M Stores app that allows shoppers to find hidden discounts before items have been reduced by staff.
Matt first shared his money-saving advice on the B&M Scanner and Other Bargains page on Facebook.
B&M has more than 600 stores across the UK.
You can see where your closest shop is by using the store locator tool.