B&M shoppers are rushing to snap up a duplicate of the Hotel Chocolat Velvetiser, which is £75 cheaper

B&M shoppers are rushing to snap up a duplicate of the Hotel Chocolat Velvetiser, which is £75 cheaper.

Chocolate drinks maker Heat and Eat costs £25 and delivers “silky smooth hot chocolate every time”.

The Heat and Eat Hot Chocolate Milk Frother is just £25


The Heat and Eat Hot Chocolate Milk Frother is just £25Photo credit: Facebook

The chocolate maker is perfect for frothing milk for your coffee or hot chocolate drink.

All you have to do is add your milk to the frother and select the amount of foam you want.

Plus, it’s easy to clean because it has a non-stick coating, so you just need to rinse it with water.

One savvy shopper who scored the bargain shared his find to the Snack News & Reviews Facebook group and the post quickly garnered comments:

One person said, “I would like that.”

Another added: “That would be great, I definitely need one.”

While a third commented: “This is what I want!”

The Hotel Chocolat Velvetiser is available on the John Lewis website for £99.99, available in three different styles and two podcups.

But if that’s a little out of your budget, the B&M version could be a good choice as it’s £75 cheaper.

However, not everyone is convinced that saving a few euros is worth it in the long run.

One person who commented on the post said: “Got one of these, had to take it back as it broke after the second use.”

Another added: “One was broken – spend your money on better quality.”

As always, it’s good to shop around to make sure you’re getting the best deal and the product that’s right for you.

When it comes to frothers, there are quite a few options available in different price ranges.

Not all of them are as cheap as B&M, but not as expensive as the Hotel Chocolat Velvetizer either.

Robert Dyas has a Salter electric milk frother online for £39.99 (down from £79.99).

Argos also has a similar model for £45 and supermarket Morrisons has a home milk frother available on its website for £23.

Remember, you can use price comparison sites like Google Shopping to compare prices from different retailers.

B&M’s velvet remedy is listed online, but you can’t buy it through their website.

To find a B&M near you, you can use the search tool on the website. Please note, however, that stock cannot be guaranteed to be available in all stores. It is therefore best to find out more in advance.

More ways to save money at B&M

B&M customers love sharing their purchases and some say they have saved hundreds of pounds with a simple trick.

You can use B&M’s barcode scanner to see if an item is cheaper than advertised on the shelves.

You can find the scanner in the B&M app, which you can download free of charge to your smartphone.

Once you’ve downloaded the app, click the “Scan” button at the bottom of your homepage.

This will bring up your smartphone’s camera, which you will need to use to scan barcodes.

Once you’ve found a product you want to scan, simply point your smartphone’s camera at the barcode.

The app then automatically displays the price of the item – so you know whether the item is discounted or not.

Bargain hunters say some items are on sale through the app for £1, 50p or even 10p.

For example, professional bargain hunter Holly Smith previously explained how she used the app to score a LOL Surprise game for £1 instead of £10.

Not all items are scanned at a cheaper price – it is usually seasonal items or old stocks that are reduced.

The scanner even has its own Facebook group with a membership page with 200,000 members called “B&M scanners and other bargains“We help people share incredible deals they’ve found.”

We previously spoke to a mother who managed to find a Spiderman toy for just 10p, as well as another woman who did it Cushion reduced to 10p with the scanner.

John Verrall

John Verrall is a Nytimas U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. John Verrall joined Nytimas in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: johnverrall@nytimas.com.

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