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B&M shopper shows off epic 10p trolley haul full of cosy slippers and PJs & they’re perfect for the freezing weather

THIS week will see temperatures plummet across the UK and getting cosy in your favourite pyjamas and fluffy slippers has never sounded so good.

One woman thought she’d mark the snowy occasion by shopping up a storm in B&M and she nabbed a trolley full of cosy goodies for just 10p.

The B&M shopper picked up a huge amount of cosy pjs and slippers for just 10p


The B&M shopper picked up a huge amount of cosy pjs and slippers for just 10pCredit: B&M STORES BARGAINS AND MORE/Facebook

The shopper shared her massive haul on Facebook and revealed that a selection of PJs and slippers were in slashed in price.

Naturally, she stocked up for the entire family ending up with a mountain of warm, winter attire and other shoppers certainly wish they’d done the same.

Posting alongside a snap of her over-filled trolley, she wrote: “Slippers and Pjs all 10p. “

And joked: “Please take into consideration that each member of my family has 6 feet.”

She stocked up for the entire family and filled a whole trolley


She stocked up for the entire family and filled a whole trolleyCredit: B&M STORES BARGAINS AND MORE/Facebook

B&M is considered an essential store as it sells important goods such as food and toilet roll.

This means it has remained open during lockdown allowing shoppers to pop in.

So it seems to be a go-to for many to need to stock up on items during lockdown – including new clothes to stay warm.

“WOW! Essential shopping at its best,” one person commented.

Other shoppers praised her for picking up such a great bargain


Other shoppers praised her for picking up such a great bargainCredit: B&M STORES BARGAINS AND MORE/Facebook

And another said: “Omg I would have been the same with slippers I have to always wear slippers when I’m at home all year round always have done I’d have been skipping out the house well done.”

While a third added: “Great haul nice when you can kit out your family for a bargain!”

We don’t know about you, but we can certainly do with some fluffy new pjs and slippers this week.

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Do you know a mum who deserves some extra recognition? We want to pay homage to the best mums in Britain.

During the pandemic they’ve been busy juggling childcare, homeschooling and work, with the added stress of worrying about the health of elderly relatives and vulnerable friends. 

It’s never been a harder time to be a mum, so this year it’s even more important to honour the amazing women in our lives. 

Nominate her for our Fabulous Mum Of The Year Award and she could win an overnight stay for two at a Champneys spa of her choice complete with a Gold package, which includes four relaxing treatments for the ultimate pampering experience.

Two runners-up will Champneys goodie bag worth £50 plus a £100 M&S voucher and £200 Nutmeg at Morrisons voucher, and all three mums will enjoy a makeover with our glam squad before taking part in a photo shoot for the magazine.  

And you could win a £100 Tu at Sainsbury’s voucher, £200 Florence & Fred at Tesco voucher or £250 to spend at Primark just for entering.

If you want to nominate a mum then fill in the form here.   

To enter, upload a photograph of the mum you are nominating and explain why they deserve to win. 

The deadline for entries is Sunday February 14 and one winner and two runners-up will be announced on Sunday March 14. Good luck – we can’t wait to hear from you!

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