YOU can splash out for less this summer with bargain hot tub deals at B&M – cheaper than B&Q, The Range and other shops.
Shoppers can grab tubs for as low as £200 for their next garden party.
The Lay-Z-Spa hot tub range at B&M is the cheapest on the market right now.
You can get the Lay-Z Spa Miami for £200, down from £499, which takes five minutes to inflate, heats water up to 40C and has an 81 AirJet massage system built in.
And it holds four people – so you can relax with your family.
The next best deal we can find is £11 more expensive at B&Q, but we’d recommend searching around anyway in case there’s a better price elsewhere.
The B&M sale is available online, but do keep in mind delivery costs when you’re purchasing.
Costs start from £3.95, but you might be charged more, especially since it’s a bigger item.
You’ll need to set up the hot tub yourself, but this shouldn’t take long.
And make sure you take sizing into account – all measurements are online when you buy, so just make sure you have enough room in your garden.
For example, this Argos Cleverspa hot tub fits six people for just £225, down from £360 – a saving of £135.
It also includes a safety cover, 130 jets and an air blower, and you earn 225 Sainsbury’s Nectar points when you buy.
Also, this Amazon Lay-Z hot tub is down by 58% to £211. You can get free delivery as well.
Meanwhile, The Range is selling their version for £30 more, but you can buy it in four payments if that suits you better.
It has similar attributes to the others, but home delivery will cost you £9.95.
We also found this Robert Dyas tub for just £199, but it’ll also cost you £9.95 if you get it delivered.
You can find the full range of B&M tubs on their website, with prices ranging from £200 – £425. And make sure to factor in any delivery charges.
As always, make sure you scout around before you commit to a deal in case there’s something better for less out there.
How much does it cost to run a hot tub?
You’ll want to get clued up on how much it costs to run a hot tub before you take the plunge and get one.
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.
Be aware that keeping your tub in good condition will hit your bank balance too.
Repairing a faulty hot tub can be expensive, with Checkatrade saying it could cost you up to £3,000.