SHOPPERS are rushing to B&M for a retro childhood sweet that’s making an unexpected comeback.
The bargain retailer is currently selling Millions’ family favourite fusion mini-bites – in an all new strawberry and bubblegum flavour.
The sweets were discontinued in the UK, and could only be bought in America for a number of years, much to the dismay of fans.
Many Brits took to ordering them from abroad, which cost them an average of £4.49, not including shipping.
Now, an eagle-eyed shopper has spotted the grand return of the sweets and taken to Newfoodsuk Facebook page to share the news, and low price – much to the joy of Millions fans.
One Facebook user wrote: “oh my god these sound banging!”
A second described them as: “If beauty was a person.”
While another simply added: “I need them.”
The sweet treats are also selling for just £1.49 – an absolute steal compared to their American counterpart.
The news comes just after B&M shoppers spotted two iconic chocolate bars on the shop’s shelves.
The retailer is also currently selling Nestle’s discontinued Caramac and Animal Bar chocolate bars – for just £1.25.
At the end of 2023, Nestle confirmed that it would be discontinuing the caramel-flavoured Caramac bar after 64 years.
Although they’re back for now, the chocolate will only be on shelves for as long as stocks last.
Meanwhile, a self-described less-than-savvy shopper has been left delighted after finding discounted treats in her local B&M.
The shopper was able to pick up Cadbury chocolates for 10p, as well as candy canes which also cost her 10p.
B&M shoppers have revealed how they save hundreds of pounds by using the store’s free barcode scanner.
This handy little tool lets shoppers see if the item’s actual price is cheaper than the one being advertised on the shelves.
Best of all, the app is completely free to use – you just need to download the B&M app.
She said that she has previously been able to find duvet sets reduced from £20 to just 10p.
Sam added that once she also managed to pick up a window vacuum for just £1 in the past, simply because B&M had changed its packaging and had to clear out the old stock.