B&M launches huge sale on homeware with up to 50% off, including cordless vacuum cleaner and coffee machines
B&M has launched a huge sale on homeware, with some products reduced by as much as 50%.
The discount retailer has slashed the price of vacuum cleaners to coffee machines, and you can save as much as £30 on the full price of sale items.
You can’t shop online at B&M but you can browse the products that are featured in the sale.
You’ll have to head in store to pick up the bargains though – use B&M’s store locator tool to find your closest one.
It’s not guaranteed the items will be stocked in every store but you can always ring ahead to your local store to avoid disappointment.
As always it’s best to compare prices before you commit to a purchase, you never which retailers might offer a better deal.
How to compare prices to get the best deal
JUST because something is on offer, or is part of a sale, it doesn't mean it's always a good deal.
There are plenty of comparison websites out there that’ll check prices for you – so don’t be left paying more than you have to.
Most of them work by comparing the prices across hundreds of retailers.
Here are some that we recommend:
- Google Shopping is a tool that lets users search for and compare prices for products across the web. Simply type in keywords, or a product number, to bring up search results.
- Price Spy logs the history of how much something costs from over 3,000 different retailers, including Argos, Amazon, eBay and the supermarkets. Once you select an individual product you can quickly compare which stores have the best price and which have it in stock.
- Idealo is another website that lets you compare prices between retailers. All shoppers need to do is search for the item they need and the website will rank them from the cheapest to the most expensive one.
- CamelCamelCamel only works on goods being sold on Amazon. To use it, type in the URL of the product you want to check the price of.
It’s also best to keep in mind that you’re only really making a saving if you were planning on making a purchase anyway and you shouldn’t buy anything just because it’s featured in the sale.
Here are our top picks from the sale right now, but you’ll want to be quick as stock is subject to availability and likely to sell out fast at these low prices.
Lightstyles Hollywood LED Make Up Light
- Was: £10 Now: £5 Save: £5 (50%) – buy now
The Lightstyles Hollywood LED Light from B&M is portable and cordless, so it’s great to take with you if you’re travelling and it’s just the thing you might need to illuminate your make-up station.
You can attach it to any surface including mirrors with the suction cups so installing the lights where you like couldn’t be easier.
At Argos you’ll have to pay double the price as the retailer is selling a Danielle Creations vanity light strip for £9.99.
It was 1p cheaper than B&M’s was at full price but now that the product is in the sale you can save £5 buying it from B&M instead of Argos.
Black & Decker Steam Mop
- Was: £35 Now: £30 Save: £5 (15%) – buy now
You can give your floors a deep clean killing 99.9% of germs and bacteria without chemicals using this reduced mop from B&M.
It’s got swivel steering and a pivoting mop head that means you can get it into tight spots.
You can buy a steam mop for only £26 from Wowcher, which makes it £4 cheaper than B&M’s offer.
You don’t have to sign up for a Wowcher account to buy, but shipping costs nearly £7.
In total you’ll end up paying £33 for the Wowcher deal which is £3 steeper than B&M’s as you can’t get it delivered, so the delivery means it’s not as good a bargain.
De’Longhi Infinissima Coffee Machine
- Was: £40 Now: £35 Save: £5 (13%) – buy now
This De’Longhi Infinissima coffee machine is designed to be easy to use and even has a handy auto shut-off feature to help you save on your energy bills.
It’s small and compact too, and holds 1.2 litres of water.
You can buy a Salter coffee maker from Damart for only £20 which is £15 cheaper than the one you can get at B&M.
The cheaper version has a detachable stainless steel travel mug and it’s set to prepare a cup of coffee in approximately three to four minutes.
Hoover H-Free Cordless Vacuum Cleaner
- Was: £100 Now: £70 Save: £30 (30%) – buy now
B&M is selling this Hoover H-Free vacuum cleaner with a massive 33% off the price tag.
It has up to 25 minutes runtime so you’ll be able to get plenty of cleaning done before it needs a charge.
The cordless design allows you to use in anywhere around your home and it’s lightweight too.
You can buy a cordless vacuum cleaner for only £66 online at Currys.
The cheaper Tower brand option has £4 knocked off its full price and is also £4 less than B&M’s.
Melrose Tray Table
- Was: £15 Now: £10 Save: £5 (33%) – buy now
This tray table has been reduced in B&M’s sale too as it’s not just electrical items that have made the cut.
The contemporary table has a black removable tray top perfect for storage, and gold finish legs for a stylish touch.
You can buy a black end table from JYSK for only £10 too, so you won’t save any more than buying at B&M.
The store does have options in different colours though, that are £2.50 cheaper at only £7.50, they come in white or burgundy if you fancy a bit more choice.
Bjorn Console Table
- Was: £40 Now: £30 Save: £10 (25%) – buy now
This reduced console table from B&M is ideal for hallways and living rooms, especially if you don’t have too much space to spare.
It’s a white oak colour and measures 80cm in width.
At ManoMano you can pick up a console table for £39 which means B&M’s is cheaper by £9 now that it’s in the sale.
The ManoMano version is skinnier so if you have a smaller entryway you might prefer the slightly more expensive version, but B&M’s has a draw and shelf in comparison.
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