B&M was founded in 1978 by Malcolm Billington, and the original name was Billington & Mayman, before being shortened to the B&M that we all know and love now. The first store was opened in Cleveleys, England and since then they have grown to having over 650 stores in the UK. Stores are typically open from 8am until 8pm Mondays through to Saturdays, and from 11am until 5pm on Sundays. If you are wanting to find one of their stores, they are located at the following locations: Glasgow, London, Manchester, Kent and more.
One thing that makes B&M unique to many other similar stores is that they do not allow you to shop online. Their website showcases all of their products; however, it is only for browsing purposes. So you can look online and make a list of what you will purchase in store. Some items such as the grocery department are available for curbside pickup, so you can order ahead and pick your items up. Those who love shopping around for deals can compare the B&M sales with the other Groceries, and similar stores include the following: Aldi, Tesco, Lidl, Booker Wholesale, Sainsbury's, Bestway, Waitrose, Asda, Morrisons and Spar.