B&M shoppers have spotted an air fryer being sold in store for a bargain £15 – down from £40.
The cheap as chips gadget was snapped up by a shopper who posted the deal onto the B&M Scanner And Other Bargains Facebook group.
The bargain-loving fan said she got the Mo Health Compact Air Fryer for just £15 – even though it’s advertised as £40 online – at her local B&M store in Didcot, Oxfordshire.
That means she saved £25 on the fryer – which is 63% off the original price.
The eagle-eyed customer posted: “Got my first bargain today. Air fryer. £15.”
The Mo Health Compact Air Fryer contains a 2litre food pot and you can turn the temperature up to as high as 200C.
It claims to cook your food with 80% less fat, and you can bung the pot in the dishwasher when you’ve finished.
The post was liked by other B&M bans impressed with the deal, and other shoppers said they got the air fryer for the same price too.
When UK Times checked prices online, the Mo Health air fryer was listed as £40, which suggests you can only pick it up for the cheaper price in stores.
That means that stock will be subject to availability, and you might find that they’ll fly off the shelves at such low prices.
If you’re looking to buy one, it might be an idea to act quick before they sell out.
We’ve asked B&M exactly which stores are selling the air fryers for less too, and will update you when we know more.
But to avoid disappointment, it’s best to check ahead with your local branch if they have it in store – and what the price is – before you make a trip.
You can check to see where your local store is using the B&M store locator tool.
While you’re there, you might want to use the B&M barcode scanner app to see what the price is.
The tool allows shoppers to discover discounted items before the staff have even reduced them.
But before you splash out, remember to check prices online.
You might find the same – or similar – item for less elsewhere.
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