Shoppers cannot get enough of grabbing themselves a good deal in B&M - with low prices on some big named brands it seems.
Since opening stores in Burton, Swadlincote and Uttoxeter, it has become a firm favourite with many people hoping to save themselves money without skimping on their favourite brands.
However, even the biggest B&M fan may be surprised at just how much the stores offer. Well, to clear up any confusion, we've rounded up all there is to know about the store.
The list includes some of the retailer's best kept secrets, tips for making the most of your nearest store and just how much you can expect to find inside, according to the Liverpool Echo.
1. You'll find huge brands in store
Did you know you can pick up a jar of Nutella in store?
This isn't the only brand you find inside B&M - there is only Kellogg's, Cadbury's and Nescafe products available too.
Victoria's Secret sprays can also be found at B&M stores.
2. Limited edition ranges
Similar to Aldi, B&M also offers its customers a number of ranges which are available for a limited time only.
What is in these ranges can vary from month to month.
3. B&M clothing
Anyone who thinks B&M only sells food, or homeware products, may be surprised to see the retailer actually selling clothing.
There are pyjamas available for both men and women.
4. You can even buy gym wear
With the new year meaning the majority of us will no doubt be trying to be more healthy, B&M has released a range of gym wear.
While this is not something the retailer offers all the time, it is worth keeping in mind, that B&M often releases collections based on the time of year or events which are coming up.
5. Pick and Mix - just like Woolworths
Ever since Woolworths closed, there is few places which offer a pick 'n' mix selection like the good old days.
However, some B&M stores have one to remind us of our younger years with a huge varied of sweets to choose from.
6. There's something for everyone inside
From food and toiletries to a huge pets section and pyjama range - you're bound to find something you want.
7. Even the dog!
In the build-up to Valentine's Day, B&M has released a huge range of outfits for your dog or cat.
The range is based on research which indicated pet owners are more likely to buy presents for their four-legged friends.
Anyone who has already visited B&M stores will already know how much is on offer but, for those who haven't (and you definitely need to) there is furniture for sale and other household products.
9. Some items are not refundable
Although is it worth knowing that B&M does not give refunds on large items of furniture.
According to the retailer's website it says: "We do not accept returns on large items of furniture or large household appliances, unless they are faulty.
Also, tobacco and lottery purchases, music videos, DVDs and computer games are non-refundable.
10. It really is as cheap as you think
While Home Bargains has its star buys, B&M has its deals every week see a different range reduced.
Often it is branded products which are reduced too, such as Galaxy chocolate and Valentine's gift ideas.
11. There is only one type of card which you cannot pay with
B&M allows its customers to pay with debit or credit card except for an American Express.
12. Home delivery is an option - it's just not widely advertised
This is something we actually didn't realise.
But, according to B&M's website any customers who buy large furniture items or bulky gardening products, can ask in store for home delivery to be arranged.
13. You can find many designer replicas in store
Earlier this year, B&M became the latest retailer to launch its Jo Malone candle look-alikes.
B&M's version comes in a variety of different sizes, with two fragrances on offer - raspberry and oud or cedar and plum.
B&M's version costs £14.99 for the larger size or £6.99 for the smaller candles, while the 500ml reed diffuser is priced at £12.99.
14. Not every store sells everything
B&M has stores across the country, however some are only home stores while others offers full ranges.
So it is always best to find your nearest superstore, especially if you are after a limited item.
15. And garden centres
The bargains aren't just inside the stores either.
Many of the bigger stores now have garden centres too, which means you can pick a discount shed, or other goods for outside.
16. Manager's Specials are always worth a look
In your local B&M store you'll find a whole section dedicated to what the retailer calls its 'Manager Specials'.
17. A huge change is about to be made to its food offering
At the moment, B&M stocks tinned foods, and basically other products which don't require a fridge.
However, this is all about to change.
The retailer announced plans last month that it would soon be selling frozen foods too - competing with some of the biggest supermarkets.
18. B&M has special buys just like Aldi
According to B&M's website the special buy range is made up of electricals, toys, indoor furniture and homeware products.
Some items have been reduced such as the Jamie Oliver Pan set which was £100 (now £49.99) or the Dyson Upright Vacuum Cleaner DC40 which was £249.99 now £169.99.
There is also home furnishings such as candles, curtains and Silent Night duvet sets.
The Special Buys on offer will change regularly - similar to Aldi which releases a new limited edition range each week.
19. It recently teamed up with Weight Watchers
The range is exclusive to B&M and features everything you need to prepare some healthier meals.
Stand out items include the Weight Watcher Steamer, £19.99, the Weight Watchers Health Fryer £39.99 and the Weight Watchers Power Juicer, £29.99.
There is also the two in one blender which will come in handy for anyone looking to make their own protein shakes or fruit smoothies while the steamer will allow customer to cook food in a much healthier way.
You can find out more about this here.
20. You can actually do the majority of your weekly shop at B&M
Many shoppers are still under the impression that bargain shops mean limited stock, but that is not the case with B&M.
In fact its food aisles rival some of the biggest supermarkets.
Food brands including Tetley, Heinz and John West are available from B&M.
21. B&M's bedding is such good quality- you'll be surprised at the price
One of the stand out range which B&M sells has got to be its bedding.
The designs are similar to what you would expect to find at a department store such as John Lewis.
However, the prices soon remind you, you're still in fact at B&M.
22. Rooting through the baskets in the middle of the aisles is the fun part
The majority of the aisles have baskets full of more products- and sometimes this is where the biggest savings can be made.
We'd definitely recommend taking a look next time you're at B&M.
23. Did you know you can shop products from Adidas and other sports brands?
A quick look on B&M's website shows the retailer actually stocks some of the biggest sports brands including Adidas.
24. Struggling for a gift idea? B&M can help
The retailer doesn't just hold out until Christmas to release its gift ideas.
They are available throughout the year, and perfect for anyone looking for ideas for birthdays or other occasions.
25. Cosmetics and toiletries bargains can always be found
While some of B&M's ranges are often always limited edition, there is always bargains to be found down its toiletries aisle.
26. Good for weird and wonderful confectionery that you can't get in many other places
Surprisingly B&M chocolate and sweet aisle is huge.
With sweets from across the world stocked in stores, including American candy.
27. Some shoppers love B&M that much they've even proposed in store
According to B&M twitter feed, the retailer has actually had a few proposals which have taken place in store.
Although one hasn't happened for a while now - but you never know with Valentine's Day right around the corner - it may happen again.
28. There is even gluten free food ranges
Anyone who needs to buy gluten free products will know they are always more expensive.
But, thanks to B&M gluten free range, which includes pasta and sauces, they can grab themselves a bargain.
29. Do you know what B&M actually stands for
Bargains and More would really suffice but it actually stands for Billington and Mayman as it was set up by Malcolm Billington but shortened to B&M for Bargain Madness.
Set up in 1978 - Billington remained the company director until 1996.
30. B&M has plenty of celebrity fans
With bargains so good, we're not surprised to hear that the retailer also has a legion of celebrity fans.
From WAGS to models, it seems like no one can resist a B&M bargain.
31. Why you shouldn't rush through the store
Some of the best bargains can be found close to the entrance, so it is always worth checking this area first.