HOMEBASE is selling a hot tub for £360 and it will seat up to six people.
The Cleverspa Florence hot tub was originally £560 so shoppers splashing out on the bargain-buy now, will save £200 off the full price.
- Homebase Cleaverspa Florence hot tub, £60 – buy now
The hot tub has a rattan print design that matches other Florence furniture Homebase stocks.
It’s also exclusive to the DIY retailer, so you won’t be able to find the style, model and price in any other store.
There are 130 powerful massaging air jets for you to set off and relax in, plus there’s a 365 freezeguard to protect the tub meaning you can enjoy all year round use.
Also included is a heat retaining top cover, with double lock safety clips to keep it in place, as well as a groundsheet that’ll keep your garden ground space nice for however long you decide to keep the hot tub up.
You will need to factor in the extra £12.50 that delivery costs though, so your total order could come to £372.50.
There is a way round this, and if you’re happy to head out to the shops, Homebase’s click and collect option is free.
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Stock is subject to availability though, and demand to get the home spa in time for the upcoming bank holiday weekend means they’re selling out fast.
You can use Homebase’s store checker tool to see how many are in stock near you to save disappointment.
When The Sun checked there were seven in stock in Homebase Basingstoke, and three in stock at Homebase Branksome for example, but none available in Homebase Oxford Cowley.
If you are thinking of splashing out, remember it’s always best to shop around first, as you might find a better deal elsewhere.
You can use price comparison tools like Google Shopping to help find the cheapest out there.
For example we spotted Morrisons selling a Lay-Z Spa hot tub for £275 just last month, which is £85 cheaper than Homebase’s.
It’s only got 120 jets and you can only get it in stores which means availability is limited.
Morrisons told The Sun previously that additional stock is due to arrive at stores imminently though.
NetWorldSports is also selling a Cosy Spa hot tub for £300 – £60 cheaper than Homebase’s – though you’ll have to pay £25 for delivery which would mean it’s only £35 cheaper than Homebase’s overall.
Aldi’s sell-out inflatable £350 hot tub came back in stock today too, and its still available to buy if you want to knock off £10 from your spend.
The slightly cheaper hot tub is only available to pre order at the moment though, so you might have to wait a little longer for it to be delivered as Aldi estimates you’ll receive it a week after the August 22 dispatch date.
For any of the hot tubs you will have to buy chemicals separately to keep the water fresh, and don’t forget to budget for the cost of running it on top.
We’ve round up how much running a tub can cost as you’ll have to factor in your energy bills that’ll come through after making the purchase too.
It can depend on where it’s located and how much you already pay for electricity, but prices can start from around £685 a year according to What Spa?.
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