IS your garden in desperate need of some TLC?
Well, if you're looking to give your outdoor haven an instant glow up without breaking the bank, then you may just want to pop to your local B&M.
That's because an eagle-eyed shopper spotted a LED curtain in the sale for just £1 – and it's the perfect purchase to help create a warm and inviting atmosphere in your garden.
Shelley Barr took to money-saving Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK and posted a snap of the bargain buy, which has already been reduced from £15 to £7.50.
Alongside the image, she penned: "Lots of garden items half price in B&M.
"Should've been £7.50 but scanned at £1."
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Ideal for hanging along fence panels, gazebos or pergolas, it's a super simple way to brighten up the garden and add some fun.
The post has since gone viral, racking up over 442 likes and hundreds of comments, with many all racing to snap up the garden purcfor themselves.
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"I love mine!" enthused one.
A second penned: "I bought these last wk n scanned £7.50 gutted lol."
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A third commented: "This would be nice for behind the sofa."
Meanwhile, a fourth wrote: "That's amazing!"
Another noted: "Ooh that's nice."
A further added: "£1 bargains!"
And one more chimed in: "We need to go!"
And it's not the first time shoppers have been rushing to their nearest branch to snap up some of the deals on offer.
Fabulous previously revealed that shoppers were hurrying to B&M to nab a mini paddling pool scanning for £2.50 at the tills – and it'sgreat for pets too.
Meanwhile, others were scrambling to get their hands on a £140 water feature that’s scanning at just £30 at the till.
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