B&M is selling huge 4.5-litre tubs of Ben & Jerry’s Cookie Dough ice cream for just £3.50.
This is a huge saving on one of the most popular Ben & Jerry’s flavours, as a normal 465ml pot of Cookie Dough will set you back around £4.50.
You’ll be getting around 10 times as much ice cream and saving £1! What a bargain.
These huge tubs are usually stocked in businesses like restaurants and cinemas, but the closure of these throughout lockdown has left piles of the huge tubs.
Cookie Dough is a hugely popular flavour of Ben & jerry’s but eagle-eyed shoppers have also spotted Baked Alaska.
Baked Alaska is vanilla ice cream mixed with a marshmallow swirl with chunks of white chocolate polar bear shapes, perfect for a summer in the garden!
Some shoppers have spotted the deal in Heron Foods as well, for the same £3.50 price.
Both B&M and Heron Foods are physical stores only, meaning you can’t get this huge saving online. Some B&M stores don’t have a freezer section either, so double-check to avoid disappointment!
It’s worth noting that just two scoops of Cookie Dough has 136 calories in it, and although it’s pretty unlikely you’ll be eating this huge tub in one sitting, it’s packed full of a whopping 6,120 calories.
A Facebook user shared her bargain in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group and the post received over 1,000 comments from people who were after the ice cream!
This ice cream pot isn’t the first industrial size food entering our shopping stores.
Shortly after the flour drought of lockdown, Sainsbury’s managed to get hold of huge 16kg bags of flour on their shelves so we can all bake banana bread for the rest of our lives.
Full-size one litre bottles of Baileys are now just £10 in Tesco
That’s secret Santa sorted!
If you’re stocking up for Christmas or looking for some inspiration for your secret Santa then you’ll be pleased to hear that one-litre bottles of Baileys are now on sale for £10 at Tesco.
The supermarket giant is offering a little help to its customers by marking the festive favourite down by a huge 56%, so people can gather this Christmas and mark it by sipping on something special.
Customers who want to take advantage of the offer will need to have a Tesco Clubcard (it goes without saying these days).
So hurry if Baileys is your seasonal drink or you’d like to gift it to someone near and dear as the offer is for a limited time only, and will come to an end on December 11th.
Tesco’s offer on this classic Christmas tipple will save shoppers £12 as the litre bottle usually costs £22.
If you love this creamy Irish liqueur you may also like Tesco’s own-brand offering which is the Gingerbread Latte Cream Liqueur from its Finest range.
This product comes in a shiny copper-coloured bottle and costs £13. The Product description reads: “Aromas of gingerbread & coffee with hints of Irish single malt whiskey enveloped in velvety Ballyrashane double cream. Perfect served over ice or in a liqueur coffee with a whip of cream.”
This Irish Cream Liqueur is made with Ballyrashane Dairy Cream and is vegetarian, for those wondering.
Baileys also does a light Irish cream, which contains less calories and costs £16.50 for a one-litre bottle at Tesco. There’s also a Baileys Espresso Crème for those who love coffee liqueurs and a 50cl/ half litre bottle is priced at £10 for Tesco Clubcard holders.
The supermarket chain is offering savings on a number of items in the run up to Christmas, helping its customers stock up on the things they need to make magical festive moments to remember.
Offers include crates of Coca Cola, bags of frozen parsnips, packs of stuffing mix, pigs in blankets and selection boxes – as well as plenty more Christmas staples.
Visit the Tesco website to discover more Christmas savings.
Primark launches new Grinch-inspired Christmas range and shoppers are loving it
It’s not the Grinch but Primark who stole Christmas this year!
Primark shoppers have been sent into a frenzy after discovering its new Grinch range.
We’ll be having a green Christmas at this rate after the retail giant launched its new collection inspired by the Dr Seuss character.
The Grinch products range from homeware items, to accessories and sleepwear.
The new range – which is the bargain retailer’s biggest ever – features a wide variety of 69 products including jumpers, T-shirts, slippers, socks, bathroom toiletries. There’s even matching pyjamas for the whole family, including the doggo.
Primark posted a video of its new Grinch collection to its Instagram account celebrating the launch its brand new The Grinch collection.
Fans flocked to the comment section with one person saying: “I want it all!!” A second person said: “This is my heaven,” while another laughed: “I feel my wallet is gonna be empty.”
Another fan typed: “I’m obsessed,” and someone else added: “Literally my dream.”
I guess we all know what we’re getting for Christmas this year and thanks to the bargain retail giant, we can all sit in our Grinch pyjamas and watch the movie How The Grinch Stole Christmas, starring Jim Carey.
Watch out for a key moment in the film, overlooked by younger viewers, where fans noticed a cheeky reference. One viewer said: “When you see it, you can’t unsee it.”
It’s the scene where a baby Grinch is left outside someone’s home in Whoville during Christmas. We see the infant sitting in a basket that’s stuck in a tree as he tries to wave at people through a window.
But everyone inside is too busy to notice him because they’re having a party, as we see lots of keys being slung into a bowl – indicating that this is a swingers party.
It’s a very quick and subtle moment in the scene but we get a glimpse into how the Grinch came to be…well, a Grinch.
After rewatching the scene on TikTok, one commenter laughed:”I thought it was to prevent drunk driving when it first came out.” Another announced: “They were swingers! They had a key party!”
Someone else added: “Honey our baby is here…….he looks like your boss.” We know what we’ll be watching this Christmas then.
Smyths Toys giving away free LEGO sets to kids this weekend
Get there early and grab a free mini Lego set
Smyths Toys is holding a giveaway event this weekend where kids can take home free Lego sets.
The Big Lego Toy Event will take place across all its toy stores this Saturday (October 21st), where kids can grab a free mini Lego set to take home as well as getting involved in building demonstrations and activities.
Lego fans can enjoy hours of fun building towers, fortresses, bridges and cities as part of a nationwide event celebrating the classic toy brand we all grew up with.
The event will take place from 9am and children will receive free Lego sets while stocks last. The themed Lego sets include Ninjago, Harry Potter, Friends, City and Dreamzzz.
On its website, Smyths says: “LEGO Fans get ready for The Big LEGO Event. We have LEGO giveaways at your local Smyths Toys Superstore on Saturday, 21st October, starting at 9am, while stocks last.
“Join the fun at our in-store demo and receive a FREE LEGO giveaway while stocks last.”
There are nearly 120 Smyths Toys stores across the UK, including branches in Salford, Stockport, Bury, Oldham, Bolton and Wigan.
You can find out where your nearest store is and further information about the event on the Smyths website.