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SHOPPERS can enjoy the last of the summer with B&M’s stylish four-seater patio set with a table that’s been slashed by more than half price to £40.
The brown rattan-effect garden set includes two armchairs, a two-seater sofa-style chair and a glass-topped coffee table, which could be perfect for al fresco dining.
But B&M warns that it only has limited stock left so if you’ve got your heart set on the furniture it’s best to give your local store a call before making a special trip.
One shopper on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group spotted the bargain in his local B&M store and even managed to wrangle another £20 off the price because it was the last one in store and the box was damaged.
He posted a picture of his buy, saying: “My bargain from B&M – was £90 reduced to £40. This was the last one and the box was all wet and soft so I asked for more discount.
We’ve asked the shopper which store he found the bargain in and we’ll update this story if we get a response.
Another use commented: “I have this set – I got it a couple of years ago and it’s still going strong just without the cushions. Great buy! Especially for £20!!”
Someone else added: “Good set, I still have mine three years later after not being covered up and out in all weathers in Scotland.
“Only bit I didn’t like was my glass would always slide but what a bargain you got for sure, I paid £75… lovely.”
But others haven’t had so much luck. One shopper wrote: “I hate my life! I’ve been to large-ish stores in Chester and Queensferry this weekend and naff all in either of them.”
It’s not the only bargain in B&M as the retailer has also slashed the price of its £150 sell-out Lay-Z Spa hot tub to £50.
And one shopper reveals how to find hidden B&M discounts after getting £140 worth of cushions for £12.50.
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Post time: Sep-03-2019