B&M is selling a play trolley for kids to help you keep mini bargain hunters entertained.
The pretend B&M trolley is being sold by the retailer for £12.99, or as part of its two for £20 promotion.
It even comes with fake groceries so your kid will feel like they’ve done their very own shop.
This includes boxes of pretend cookies and macaroni cheese, as well as fake rice and spaghetti.
Sadly you won’t be able to buy the trolley online so you’ll need to visit your nearest B&M to nab it.
B&M has around 600 shops in the UK and you can find your nearest one by using the online store finder.
The B&M trolley is similar to items that were being sold in the M&S Little Shop range last month.
The Little Shop giveaway was available throughout September and saw the supermarket hand out one collectable when you spend £20 or more.
Shoppers collected one free toy for every M&S Food store purchase of at least £20.
Collectables included mini Percy Pig packets, prawn sandwiches, cheese pizzas, and birthday cake legend, Colin the caterpillar.
But shoppers could also buy a trolley and a basket, each costing £3, as well as a pop up store front for £10.
Parents were encouraged to swap toys to get the whole set for their kids with some the gold Percy Pig piggy banks being sold for £500 on eBay.
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The discounter is also stocking an advent calendar with retro Barratt sweets including refreshers and fruit salad.
Or if sweets aren’t your thing, you may want to check out a Pringles advent calendar on sale at B&M.
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