YOU never know what amazing home accessories you might find when browsing around B&M on a weekend.
As fans of the discount store know, B&M is full of all kinds of random items you didn't know you needed, but one savvy shopper has absolutely nailed it when it comes to picking up a bargain.
The B&M fan posted her haul on the B&M Scanner And Other Bargains Facebook page.
"Another bargain £73 worth for £20", she wrote.
The haul was made up of three homeware items that look perfect for a cosy autumn update of a living room or bedroom.
Each product had been marked with a handwritten "reduced to clear" label.
The first product she picked up is a velvet stripe, fully lined single curtain panel in a dusty pink shade, which she nabbed for an incredible £2.
The original price of the curtain was £19.99, according to one commenter on the Facebook post.
The second item is a Faux Fur throw in a natural grey shade that looks ideal for cosying up on the sofa.
This was bought for just £10 – the original price was £20, making it a significant saving of £50%.
The final bargain buy pictured above (far right) is a cream throw with a soft, waffle texture.
Its product name is "Sherpa Throw" and was just £6.
Lots of others on the B&M group commented on the post praising her for her finds, with some asking how they never spot such great discounts.
Others asked which store they'd been found in and the time of day that she did her thrifty shopping.
One commenter suggested that they were old products, and whether you can get your hands on them simply depends on whether your local store has older product lines in stock.
The general consensus was that they were fantastic bargains, and we'd have to agree.
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