FINDING tasteful Christmas decorations on the cheap can be a tough ask – but one B&M shopper has found some for only £2.50.
One customer recently took to Tik Tok to share the retailer's ceramic hanging decorations that are a "White Company dupe".
And at £2.50 they're likely a fraction of the price you'd pay for something similar at the luxury shop.
The Tik Tok user @freyafarrington shared a picture of the decorations inside a B&M store alongside a number of other dupe products.
The decorations come as three different styles, including house, tree and star.
B&M's website says they bring a "rustic, festive edge" to Christmas decor.
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You can't order them online so you'll have to head to your nearest store to see if they've got them there.
They're subject to availability too so you're not guaranteed to find them.
If you don't know where your nearest B&M store is you can use the store locator on its website.
Of course, it's always worth looking around for the best deals when shopping.
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You can use websites like trolley.co.uk that let you compare thousands of products across a number of supermarkets.
Or websites like PriceRunner let you compare a wider range of products like mobile phones, toys and homeware.
So something like PriceRunner might be better if you're looking for Christmas decorations.
We couldn't find anywhere selling the exact same Christmas decorations, but Wilko was selling a white glazed ceramic star hanging decoration for £2.
Plus, Hobbycraft was selling a ceramic Christmas hanging house decoration for £2.
In other news, shoppers have been rushing out to buy a £10 Aldi specialbuy that keeps you warm and saves on energy bills.
Plus, Asda is selling advent calendars for 75p down from £1.50, but you'll have to be quick as stocks are limited.
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