B&M shoppers are scrambling to get their hands on a £10 buy that’s been massively reduced.
So if you are looking to give your garden an instant glow up, but without having to splash loads of cash, you’ve come to the right place.
Bargain hunter Toni Pedersen was left beaming when she spotted a flame effect torch light that had been reduced down to just £1 In her local B&M.
Thrilled at the cheap find, Toni nabbed six of the solar powered flame effect tiki torches.
Toni proudly took to social media, posting on Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, a private group with 2.3 million members, to show off her cheap finds.
She said: “B&M, £10 each, down to £1.”
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What should have cost her a staggering £60, instead set Toni back just £6.
Saving a whopping £54, it’s no surprise that Toni was over the moon with her cut-price buys.
The solar powered torch lights will not only add light but will also heighten the glamour in any garden.
They feature a realistic amber flame effect and 12 warm white flame effect LEDs.
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They include a rechargeable battery and are ideal for patios, paths, borders and driveways.
Toni shared her post just 15 hours ago and it has quickly amassed 132 likes and 89 comments.
Social media users were left stunned at the bargain buy and many took to the comments to express this.
One person said: “I love these ones.”
Another added: “I need these bargains.”
At the same time, many Facebook users tagged their friends and loved ones to alert them to the cut-price buys.
One shopper tagged a friend and commented: “Get to B&M!”
Another advised a family member: “They're reduced to a pound! And would look so nice at the front of the house.”
Meanwhile, one B&M fan asked a loved one:“If you go down there and they have, grab me some please.”
At the same time, someone else mentioned a family member and shared: “Might be ideal to put away for nan’s garden next summer.”
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Meanwhile, another savvy shopper mentioned a B&M fan and asked: “Ooh keep an eye out please?”
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