B&M is selling Slush Puppie ice lollies and shoppers say they’re delicious

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B&M is selling Slush Puppie ice lollies and shoppers say they're delicious



BARGAIN shop B&M is selling Slush Puppie ice pops for pennies and shoppers are going wild for them on social media.
The lollies come in packs of 15 in the flavours of lemon and lime, blue raspberry, strawberry and cola – and the whole lot costs just 89p.
2 The treats are available in B&M stores for just 89pCredit: B&M
They’re not listed on B&M’s website, but the retailer said the 38ml treats are available in stores across the country.
They were spotted by Facebook page Money Saver Online, and its followers are loving them.
One user simply said: “LOVE THEM, LOVE SLUSH PUPPIE.”
While another added: “These are so nice.”
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And a third one, who hasn’t yet got his hands on the lollies, wrote: “I neeeeeeeeed this.”
The Sun has asked B&M for the calories in each popsicle but we haven’t yet heard back. We’ll update this article as soon as we do.
The bargain shop isn’t the only retailer selling them, but it’s got the cheapest price so far.
eBay, for example, is selling three packs of 15 ice pops for £10 making it £3.33 a box.
While a box of 60 bigger 80ml pops will set you back £17.29 on Amazon.
B&M has roughly 650 stores across the UK. You can find your nearest one using its store locator tool.
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If Slush Puppies bring back fond childhood memories, you’ll be pleased to know that Amazon is selling a machine so you can make them at home.
Millions of Brits have grown up with the icy beverages but few of us have questioned why the raspberry flavour is blue. There’s actually a very simple reason for it.
Last year, Tesco started selling pre-mixed Slush Puppies in blue raspberry, strawberry and sour cherry flavours.
Classic 80’s Slush Puppy commercial – Popping out with flavour

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