HOMEBASE fans can grab 10% off top garden items just in time for the heatwave with a little-known tip.
As the UK is set to swelter in temperatures as high as 28C this week, what better time to deck out your garden space for less?
If you haven’t yet hopped on the garden furniture bandwagon, it’s not too late.
Items like swinging egg chairs and corner sofas are a hit, especially with influencers like Stacey Solomon and Mrs Hinch.
And Homebase customers who are in the know, can get 10% off their haul ahead of the summer.
Here’s how to grab the discount.
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First, you’ll need open a Homebase account online.
If you’ve already got an account that you’ve previously ordered from, you won’t be able to get the discount.
But you could make a new account using a separate email address to claim the discount.
Once you’ve opened a new online account, you’ll need to sign up to the newsletter using your email address.
Then simply check your inbox for a 10% off code that will be sent to you as a thanks for registering.
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You might have to wait for a couple of minutes for this to arrive.
If you can’t find the email, check your spam inbox – and failing that, trying signing up again with a different email address.
The code that’s sent to you will need to be applied to your basket online.
So look out for a discount box, then simply copy and paste your code over to redeem the money off.
We have asked Homebase whether customers can use this discount at the till when in store and we will update this article when we hear back.
One savvy shopper grabbed the Alexandria grey rattan garden corner sofa set for £278 down from £307.50 including delivery – a saving of £29.50 in total by using the trick.
Or you can pick the item up in store using click and collect for free to pinch back some more pennies, meaning it would cost £265.50 down from £295 instead.
The set includes the sofa with cushions and a small table – both of which are weather resistant, meaning you can leave the piece outside all year round.
Make sure you always compare prices online before making a purchase so you know you’re getting the best deal.
Earlier this year, Aldi slashed the price of a rattan garden furniture set ahead of the warmer weather.
Meanwhile, Tesco has launched new rattan outdoor furniture range to rival Aldi’s – but shoppers aren’t so sure about it.
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And if you’re looking to take the chill out of the springtime evenings, Asda is selling a garden fire pit and it’s only £20 – cheaper than at Argos and B&Q.
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