HOUSEHOLDS hoping to get their hands on an egg chair may want to head down to B&M as the bargain store has more in stock.
B&M told The Sun its popular £150 Siena Hanging Egg Chair is back after quickly selling out earlier this summer.
There is, however, limited availability and they’re only in selected stores.
The discounter couldn’t tell us which stores have stock, so your best bet is to call ahead before making a special trip. Use B&M’s store locator tool to find the location and contact details of your nearest.
One shopper on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group reports spotting three in her local Leytonstone store in London this week.
If you don’t get lucky straight away, B&M says further deliveries of the popular chair are arriving in stores on a daily basis and it expects to have more stock arriving towards the end of the month too.
Just ensure it’ll fit in your garden – and in your car when you pick it up. It measures in at 104cm by 73cm by 117cm and weighs around 100kg.
B&M doesn’t sell its products online so you’ll have to go in store to get your hands on one.
The grey wired suspended chair also comes with the soft cushion to get comfy on.
You can find a similar hanging egg chair for less though at Home Bargains where its version costs £99.99.
It’s currently sold out online but last month shoppers found it in the Skegness and Wakefield branches so you may get lucky in store.
Home Bargains told us it’s planning to get more of the chairs in stock in stores in mid-August.
Use Home Bargains’ store locator tool to find your nearest and to check availability.
Aldi also sold a similar hanging egg chair for £149.99 and a large one for £199.99 both online and in store this summer but shoppers were left fuming when they quickly sold out and appeared on eBay for hundreds more.
Some shoppers were also unhappy to find the chair broken on arrival. They’re both currently sold out online.
Studio also sold a hanging egg chair earlier this year for £189.99 but it too is currently sold out. It’s worth monitoring websites in case they come back in stock.