B&M is making a huge update to its website – and that’s good news for shoppers

It’s the first time shoppers can order from the comfort of their own home at B&M. Hundreds of products are believed to be available for home delivery now

B&M has added home delivery to its website
B&M has added home delivery to its website

B&M has finally added a home delivery option to its website – but not for all of its products.

It’s the first time shoppers can order from the comfort of their own home at B&M.

Hundreds of products are believed to be available for home delivery now.

Checking online today for The Mirror we spotted big ticket items including a £500 outdoor sofa that could be delivered now.

That means you don’t have to worry about getting that bulky item home from the stores.

Smaller items can also be delivered to your home including a drink holder for £3.50.

Everything that can be bought and paid for online has an orange Van logo next to it.

You can click “Add to Cart” on the products you are looking for.

Note, however, that B&M charges for home delivery, with prices depending on the size of your order.

Regular delivery is £3.95, medium delivery is £7.95 and large delivery is £14.95. It takes between three and seven working days for your order to reach B&M.

Deliveries are currently coming from five distribution centers that B&M already has in operation.

The retailer is just testing the new format for now, which doesn’t mean delivery is here to stay.

B&M does not deliver to the following locations:

  • Isle of Man
  • Isle of Wight
  • BFPO
  • Northern Ireland
  • Channel Islands
  • Scottish islands
  • highlands

A bargain-hunting mum who has saved thousands of pounds at B&M with the scanner tool previously shared her top savings tips with The Mirror.

Holly Smith, 36, is a self-confessed coupon queen and regularly shares her bargain hacks online with her thousands of followers.

The mum-of-four is also a big B&M fan and says she’s managed to snag products from as little as 10p at the discounter.

Over the years, Holly says she’s bagged over £2,500 worth of toys, which she has donated to children’s hospitals for less than £250.

She has also picked up Cadbury’s selection boxes and various toys for 10p, as well as lamps, duvets and curtains, also for 10p.

Other deals include BT Home Phone Sets for £1 instead of £39.99.

Of course, when you order online from B&M you can’t use your phone scanner to find bargains.

Holly told The Mirror: “I’ve saved thousands by using the B&M app’s barcode scanner to find ‘reduced to clear’ bargains as low as 10p.

“The secret to finding bargains is to scan as much as possible. Products can still be discounted even if the price tag shows full price.”

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