Shoppers are already preparing for Christmas next year as B&M slashes items to cost mere pennies | The Sun

SAVVY shoppers are getting prepared for Christmas 2024 ALREADY thanks to mega discounts in B&M.

The British variety store famed for its cheap prices has slashed the price of yuletide decorations to pennies.

Among the bargains are faux trees slashed by nearly £100, baubles for 8p a pop and tall nutcracker ornaments at 50% off. 

Shoppers have flooded into Facebook group Extreme Couponing & Bargains UK to boast about their festive finds. 

Mirella Slipek picked up a 91cm silver and white Christmas Nutcracker for just £17.50, down from £35. 

Similarly, Valerie Mcqueen picked up Light-up Angels for half-price at £2.50 in the retailer’s South Shields store.

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She said there were “loads left”, adding that “quite a few Christmas ornaments are scanning half-price at tills”. 

One anonymous shopper picked up a six pack of baubles for 50p, making them just over 8p each. 

Clair Waterhouse nabbed a pre-lit Christmas tree for £40 – and it would’ve cost £110 if she bought it one week earlier. 

“I've had my eye on this Christmas tree for a bit but couldn't justify the £110 price tag,” she penned.

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“However, I went in today and found it's now £40.

“There were two other designs reduced as well.

“When it was scanned it still went through at £110. I had to point out the new £40 price and he had to manually reduce it.”

Other shoppers agree that now is the “best time to buy” your Christmas decorations. 

“I got a tree from B&M two years ago in January for £10,” one said. 

“It was meant to be £150. Bargain.”

“I got a tree in the sale from B&M three years ago for £50,” another penned. 

“I absolutely love it. It's 7ft, pre-lit with frosted glitter tips. It's such a full tree.”

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