I’m a H&M super fan and my clever hack gets you a way cheaper deal in store | The Sun

ARE you a big H&M and want to save some money when you are shopping in their stores?

Influencer Laura Brynes uploaded a video sharing a hack that can get you a discount – and many people have been left amazed.

On her @laura.byrnes Instagram account, she uploaded a video explaining the trick.

She said: “Here’s how you can save money when shopping in store at H&M.

“So make sure you have the H&M app downloaded and when you see an item that you like and want to buy, make sure you open the app and in the top right corner you will see where it says scan.

“Scan the barcode.”

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Laura demonstrated scanning a pair of black trousers that were £24.99 in store but £12 online.

She continued: “All you need to do is take the item and your phone to the till, show them the discounted price online and they will price match this for you.

“Also check sale items, they are often further reduced online.”

Many people were amazed at the hack and didn’t know it existed.

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One person said: “what the helllll I didn’t know this!”

Another added: “worth knowing!”

While the policy isn't on H&M's website, the company's head office confirmed that it will price match at the checkout counter and honour online sales in-store.

It says the offer works both ways, so if you spot something cheaper in store and want to get it online, you can ask for a price match if the website cost is more expensive.

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H&M has also laid out the policy several times on its Twitter account.

One customer previously complained that a T-shirt was available for £7 online at 50 per cent off, but cost the full £14 in her local shop.

She tweeted to customer services asking about the discrepancy and an H&M advisor confirmed that it would match.

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The company tweeted: "Prices may vary online and in stores, but we're always happy to price match.

"Just show the online item, offer or promotion on your mobile device to an H&M sales advisor at checkout and the price will be honored then and there."

But be warned, it may not always be straightforward, as not all stores seem to be clued up on the policy.

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