B&M shoppers have been keen to show off their hauls of toys picked up in the discount retailer's £5 sale.
All the products in the sale were originally part of a two for £16 deal, or priced at £9.99 each, and they've now been slashed to half that cost.
The sale is running right now at all B&M stores and hundreds of toys from across the range are featured at the low price.
In the sale you'll be able to pick up character toys from all your little one's favourite shows like Hey Dugee and Peppa Pig, as well a whole range of dress up dolls and car sets, plus many more.
Shoppers have flocked to share their finds on the Facebook page Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group.
One bargain hunter shared an image to the Facebook page of her loaded car boot after a successful trip to the discount store.
The shopper had managed to pick up 12 different items in the sale and claimed she was "buzzing with the B&M fiver toys."
"Christmas is on its way" she added.
Another shopper explained how they had hit the shops at 8.30am to get a head start on the sale prices, showing a picture of their loaded trolley filled with the £5 bargains.
With many more sharing their massive hauls on the Facebook page, one user commented: "Thanks for the tip off. You have saved me loads of time."
You can't shop online at B&M so you'll have to head in-store to grab the sale items – you can use the store's locator tool to help find your nearest one.
B&M has said the discounted prices will remain while stocks last, so you'll have to be quick to cash is as the low prices won't return once the products are gone.
If there's a particular toy you had in mind though, you might want to call ahead and check it's in stock to avoid disappointment.
All the stock will be subject to availability.
Before you splash out, make sure you shop around as you may be able to find cheaper deals elsewhere.
Google's price comparison tool, Google Shopping, is free and easy to use.
Plus, don't feel like you have to make a purchase in the sale just because the prices have been reduced, you'll only truly make a saving if you were after something in the first place.
In comparison, you can pick up Peppa Pig toys from Smyths from £6 which means you could save at least £1 buying from the B&M sale.
But The Entertainer is selling a range of princess dolls from £2.50 which is half the price of the ones in the B&M sale, so you could save £2.50.
B&M is also currently selling homeware dupes that cost up to 67% less than rivals like Wayfair or Dunelm.
There's a huge sale currently underway too with up to 50% off, and you'll be able to get money off cordless vacuum cleaners and coffee machines at the store.
One shopper has shown off the B&M haul they got that was worth £125, but only cost 90p to buy.
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