B&M shoppers are stocking up on the store's bargain Christmas stockings and Santa sacks.
The discount retailer is selling personalised Xmas stockings for just £3.
Festive bargain hunters are keen to snap up one of the stockings or Santa sacks, which are personalised with your initial.
The items, which are available in red and grey, have sold out quickly in previous years.
B&M is not the only place you can snapped up monogrammed Christmas stockings.
Not on the High Street has a glittery version, but it's a bit pricier at £18. There are plenty of options on Etsy too.
And if you're not fussed about having a personalised stocking, there are also options at The Works, Hobbycraft and The Range.
Christmas is Coming
With Christmas still more than 90 days away, it may seem early to start shopping for stockings.
But some bargain hunters have already finished their Christmas shopping. This mum starts hers on Boxing Day each year.
Social media fans of the brand are certainly keen to snag a stocking. One user said: "Omg they have them again this year!! The hunt begins."
Another added:"Ohhh gosh. I got these last year and loved them."
Another follower said: "This makes me so excited for Christmas."
Other users boasted that they had already got their stockings and sacks.
But some social media users lamented that they hadn't been able to find their own initial in their local store.
One follower said: "I can never find any Qs."
Another added: "Do you have these in every letter? Last year you didn't."
With the festive season fast approaching, many stores are launching their Christmas ranges. Quality Street has even revealed there will be white chocolate in its tins of chocolates for the first time this Christmas.
There has also been speculation over when stores will launch their Christmas toy sales.
And for those concerned about the cost of Christmas, we have looked at five ways to save up to £1,000 before the big day.
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