B&M, which started back in 1978, is a huge hit with UK shoppers who are looking for a bargain and both the Hucknall and Bulwell stores are very popular with their local communities.
But up until now, customers were only able to browse B&M's online site for products and would have to go into store to make a purchase.
But the company is now trialing a new home delivery option on its website.
It means for the first time, shoppers can purchase a number of items from the comfort of their own homes.
Not all items will be available for home delivery – those that are will have an orange van logo next to them on the site
B&M will also charge for home delivery – prices vary depending on the how much you’ve ordered.
Regular deliveries should take between three and five working days to get to you, orders of larger items can take longer.
All deliveries come from five distribution centres B&M already has up and running.
The new format is only a trial for now.
But if it proves successful, it’s likely to become a new string to the B&M bow and in future you’ll be able to bag a bargain just by logging on.