BARGAIN hunters looking to take a dip can bag a hot tub for up to £200 less than usual at Homebase.
Summer may be over, but you can still get your bikini or trunks ready for a dunk as two hot tubs are on sale at the retailer.
- Atlantic 4 Seater Black Spa: £255 – buy now
The cheapest tub on offer is the Atlantic 4 Seater Black Spa, which was £455 and now is £255 – saving you £200.
It can hold up to four people, and has a massage air bubble system installed in it.
It heats up to a steamy 40C and a control panel lets you control what temperature you want the water at.
If you’re looking for a bigger tub, then the Atlantic 6 Seater Blue Spa might be a better shout.
This tub was £520, but is now £320 – saving you £200.
You can fit up to six people in it, making it a good option for bigger families, or those looking to invite some friends over for a splash.
Like the other tub, this one also heats up to 40C and has a control panel to let you set the temperature.
When The Sun checked online, we saw that both tubs were not available in stores, but were available for delivery.
Another hot tub is listed on Homebase’s website – the Lay-Z-Spa Vegas Airjet 4-6 Person Hot Tub – which was £490 and is now £300.
But when The Sun checked availability, it was listed as out of stock in stores and online.
However, it might be worth checking ahead at your nearest Homebase store to see if they have the tub you want in store.
You can find your nearest Homebase by using the its online shop locator tool.
Make sure you factor in the cost of delivery – although Homebase says standard delivery is free for most of its products.
Before you splash out, make sure to compare prices online first too. You might find the same thing – or something similar – for even less.
We found hot tubs at bargain prices at other retailers too.
This teal coloured CleverSpa Inyo 4 Person Hot Tub is just £360, but it’s still more expensive than some of the tubs that Homebase are offering.
While this CosySpa Inflatable Hot Tub Spa from Amazon, which seats up to six people, is in the sale at £300, down from £330.
Here’s how much it costs to run a hot tub if you’re planning on buying one for yourself.
With many Brits pumping money into their garden, we tell you all you need to know about hot tubs before your purchase.
We’ve previously rounded up the cheapest hot tubs on sale.
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