Homebase is selling a hot tub for HALF PRICE and it's cheaper than B&Q and Aldi

HOMEBASE has slashed the price of its four-person hot tub, so shoppers can bag a bargain in time for the hot weather.

The latest offer means customers can nab a hot tub from the garden retailer cheaper than the likes of B&Q and Aldi.

Hot tubs have become a garden must-have for millions of households in recent years – so if you've not managed to get one yet, now could be the time.

Homebase has dropped the price of its CleverSpa Cotswolds Hot Tub by a massive 50% – from £450 to just £225. 

The hot tub fits up to four people and has 110 powerful massaging air jets.

It also comes with 365 Freezeguard, meaning you can use it year-round if you don't mind braving the cold – and you can inflate it at the touch of a button.

read more in shopping

Homebase garden solar lights are all 25% off in HUGE online sale

Little-known way to get 10% off Homebase including rattan garden furniture set

Shoppers can pick up the hot tub in-store or by using free click & collect.

It's also available for delivery, if you'd prefer to stay at home. Don't forget to factor in costs if you choose this option though – Homebase charges £12.50 for delivery of larger items, and £20 for Saturday delivery.

But new customers could get a bit more money off the deal,if they know how.

We've previously revealed how you can bag an extra 10% off your first order with the store by signing up to its newsletter.

Most read in Money


We won UK's biggest EuroMillions jackpot with £184m – here's why we went public


Aldi is selling a £25 frozen drinks maker in time for the heatwave


Our neighbour has to pay us £237k after extension crossed 18 INCHES into our home


Lidl issues urgent recall for beer AGAIN as customers warned not to drink it

The tub is a steal compared to what B&Q and Aldi have on offer. 

When we checked, B&Q’s cheapest four person tub, the Lay-Z-Spa Miami, is on at a clearance price of £299. 

And Aldi is charging £399.99 for an Intex Inflatable 4 person Hot Tub.

Before you take the plunge and buy one make sure to check prices online. You might find the same – or similar – item elsewhere.

How much does it cost to run a hot tub?

There are other costs to factor in before you splash out on a hot tube though.

You can check how much it costs to run a hot tub here.

Energy saving experts at Loop say that some of the least energy efficient models – which are often the cheapest ones – could add a whopping £300 per month to electricity bills.

While Energy Helpline estimates that a 3,000 litre hot tub – for around seven people – will cost around £5.25 to fill up each time.

And it costs between £2.45 and £3.50 a day to run your jacuzzi.

Read More on The Sun

UK law you’ve probably already broken at the pub – & you face £200 fine

I complained about my neighbour’s hedge but council sent them MY letter back

If you're looking for more garden bargains – Wowcher is selling an eight-seater rattan furniture set for half price.

Plus, we've rounded up the six cheapest tables and chair sets big enough for the whole family.

We pay for your stories!

Do you have a story for The Sun Online Money team?

Email us at [email protected]

    Source: Read Full Article