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B&M is selling 12 metres of Christmas wrapping paper for just £1

B&M is selling 12 metres of Christmas wrapping paper for just £1

BARGAIN hunters can get their hands on 12 metre rolls of Christmas wrapping paper from B&M for just £1. The discounter has unveiled a range of six

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BARGAIN hunters can get their hands on 12 metre rolls of Christmas wrapping paper from B&M for just £1.

The discounter has unveiled a range of six festive designs, including happy Santas, smiling reindeer and little Christmas puddings.

Choose from six festive designs available in 12 metre rolls

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Choose from six festive designs available in 12 metre rollsCredit: B&M

Each roll holds more wrapping paper than the length of a London bus (11.23 metres) – enough to wrap all of your gifts.

Normally, wrapping paper comes in rolls of around 3metres.

B&M sells rolls of this size for 99p, so you really are getting a deal on the extra long rolls for just 1p more.

Wilko also sells 12 metre rolls for the same price but it only comes in one design, which features dogs, candy canes and Christmas gifts on a red background.

B&M are selling packs of 24 gift tags for just £1

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B&M are selling packs of 24 gift tags for just £1Credit: B&M

Their range also includes a pack of 24 festive gift tags for £1 too and a 15-piece or 40-piece bow and ribbon set for just £1.50 or £3.

B&M only offers a home delivery service on furniture items or large bulky products so you won’t be able to get the wrapping paper delivered.

But you can still shop in store though as B&M is considered an essential retailer, so branches remain open during England’s second lockdown.

You can find your nearest store using the locator tool.

It comes as Brits spend an average of £573 on gifts per year before the cost of food, drink, and parties on top.

With the Covid-19 pandemic hitting wallets hard, we’ve also taken a look at other ways you can cut down your Christmas spending.

Loyalty schemes and getting your shopping done early are also great ways to cut down on present expenses.

We’ve also taken a deep dive into the best Christmas buffets and the best dinner deals for the festive period.

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This post first appeared on thesun.co.uk

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