B&M slashes the price of its £200 patio furniture set to £80

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IF you’re looking to make the most of the last days of summer then you might want to pop by B&M for a bargain on a rattan-style patio set.

The retailer has slashed the set, which includes four chairs and a table, from £200 to just £80 – that’s a sweet £120 discount.

The “Sorrento Cube Patio Set” isn’t available in every store either, so your best bet would be to give your local store a ring beforehand.

A shopper, who shared her bargain find in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook, told The Sun she got the discount in B&M’s branch in Catterick, North Yorkshire.

The shopper’s post also caused quite a stir on social media and has so far racked up 2,400 likes and 1,100 comments.

B&M hasn’t yet told us the size of the set, but it will come in handy if you’re low on storage space as the chairs can be pushed in under the table when not in use.

B&M doesn’t offer online shopping though so you’ll have to go down to you nearest store to pick up any bargains.

If you miss out, Wowcher is selling a rattan-style furniture set including a table, sofa and two chairs for a pricier £89.

Or if you can’t afford to spend too much, Mano Mano is selling a more basic four-seater set with a parasol and table for £59.99.

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Post time: Sep-19-2019