Shopper shares massive B&M haul which fills her entire car, including cushions and rugs for just 50p

A GOOD bargain is often hard to refuse – especially when there’s a heap of stylish homewares including lamps, cushions and rugs on offer.

That’s probably why one woman filled her ENTIRE car with a massive stash of discounted goodies from B&M after discovering the cut-price items in store.

The massive haul of discounted items filled up the entire car


The massive haul of discounted items filled up the entire car Credit: B&M STORES BARGAINS AND MORE /Facebook

The eagle-eyed shopper shared a couple of snaps online showing off her “little haul” after bagging a range of items for as little as 50p.

Although, the haul – which filled up two massive trolleys – wasn’t small at all, and instead filled her entire car – with lamps, cushions and rugs crammed in tightly to fit.

Posting in the B&M STORES BARGAINS AND MORE Facebook group, the shopper revealed how she picked up a range of fitted sheets, blankets and lamps

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Where to get the best toys of Christmas 2020 including prices, deals and the must haves

Christmas shoppers are starting early this year in the hope to bring that Christmas cheer ASAP.

There have been many stores release their top toys of the year, and here we have put all of them in one place for you.

Last years bestsellers included Collectable Blume Dolls, the BabyShark Fingerling, Fortnite Nerf guns and not forgetting the Paw Patrol Mighy Pups Jet Command Center.

Now let’s see what 2020 brings with tonnes of toys to give them those beaming smiles Christmas morning.

We will look at where to buy, how much they will set you back and most importantly the best deals and discounts available now.

We will look at the top retailers who usually sell out of the most popular picks each year including Argos, eBay, Amazon, TheToyshop, John Lewis and more.

Little Live Pets Gotta Go Flamingo

Where to get it?: Amazon

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Rs 3 lakh cr PLI scheme for 10 sectors, including automobile, auto components, speciality steel and more to boost domestic manufacturing

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In a major push to domestic manufacturing in the country, the government proposes to pump in over Rs 3 lakh crore through an umbrella production linked incentive (PLI) scheme that will run simultaneously in 10 identified sectors for a period of five years.

Sources privy to the development said that the Niti Aayog has been entrusted with the task to finalise a cabinet note proposing extension of the PLI scheme with separate budgetary allocation for each identified sector for the next five years starting FY22.

The allocation will have to be worked out within the confines of the suggestions given by the expenditure department based on expected savings from the withdrawal of the existing Merchandise Exports India Scheme (MEIS) introduced in April 2015 to promote manufacturing and exports of specified goods from India.

“A plan for a mega Rs 3 lakh crore PLI scheme has

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Several new car rental Amex Offers now available, including Hertz and Avis

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Editor’s note: As the travel industry reopens following COVID-19 shutdowns, TPG suggests that you talk to your doctor, follow health officials’ guidance and research local travel restrictions before booking that next trip. We will be here to help you prepare, whether it is next month or next year.

If you need to rent a car for a socially distant vacation in the next few months and hold an American Express card, listen up: You may be able to save some serious cash on your next trip. Many American Express cardholders have reported they’ve been targeted for even more deep discounts at major car rental companies through the Amex Offers program.

That said, it’s important to note that the 

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Ring gets into automotive security with three new car products, including one debuting first for Teslas

Amazon -owned Ring is expanding from home and neighborhood security to the automative world, with three new products it debuted today at Amazon’s expansive devices and services extravaganza. These include Ring Car Alarm, Ring Car Cam, and Ring Car Connect – two new devices and one API/hardware combo aimed at automotive manufacturers, respectively. Each of these will be available beginning sometime next year.

“Truly since we started Ring, and even back in Doorbot days, people were asking for automotive security,” explained Ring CEO and founder Jamie Siminoff in an interview. “It was something that we always kind of had top of mind, but obviously we had to get a lot of other things done first – it does take time to build a product, and to do them right. So while it did take us some time to get into it, our mission is making neighborhoods safer, and a lot

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Colombia’s Avianca files bankruptcy financing plan, including convertible loan

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SAO PAULO, Sept 22 (Reuters)Colombian airline Avianca Holdings AVT_p.CN on Tuesday said it had submitted for court approval a $2 billion bankruptcy financing plan that includes a $700 million convertible loan.

Avianca, Latin America’s second largest airline, filed for bankruptcy in May after years of financial struggles that were made worse by the coronavirus pandemic.

In a court filing, it acknowledged it had a hard time obtaining lenders interested in financing the carrier’s restructuring.

The convertible loan portion, however, could raise red flags. Rival LATAM Airlines Group LTM.SN, which is also in bankruptcy, had its financing plan rejected earlier this month because a convertible loan portion was seen as too beneficial to current shareholders.

Overall, Avianca’s financing plan includes $1.2 billion of new money, of which about a quarter is expected to come from the government of Colombia, where Avianca maintains

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Shopify Completes Offerings of Class A Subordinate Voting Shares and Convertible Senior Notes, Including Full Exercise of Over-Allotment Option for Convertible Senior Notes

OTTAWA, Ontario–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Shopify Inc. (NYSE:SHOP)(TSX:SHOP) (“Shopify”) today announced that it has completed its previously announced public offering of 1,100,000 Class A subordinate voting shares (the “Offered Shares”) at a price to the public of US$900 per share (such offering, the “Equity Offering”) and its previously announced public offering of US$920,000,000 aggregate principal amount of convertible senior notes due 2025 (the “Notes”), which includes the full exercise of the over-allotment option of US$120,000,000 aggregate principal amount of the Notes (such offering, the “Note Offering”, and together with the Equity Offering, the “Offerings”). The gross proceeds from the Equity Offering, before underwriting discounts and offering costs, are US$990,000,000, and the gross proceeds from the Note Offering, before underwriting discounts and offering costs, are US$920,000,000.

Shopify expects to use the net proceeds of the Offerings to strengthen its balance sheet, providing flexibility to fund its growth strategies.

The Equity Offering was

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