B&M has slashed the price of its hot tub yet AGAIN and
The Lay-Z-Spa Miami hot tub is now only £250 to buy from the budget retailer.
B&M’s popular hot tub has gone through ANOTHER price cut
In March the bargains store slashed the full price of the tub from £400 down to £350.
But now another £100 has been knocked off the price.
That means the spa has been reduced by an impressive 37% in total.
And just in time for UK gardens to heat up – scorching sunshine will make Britain hotter than Turkey this week, so the new tub could be the perfect product to help you soak up the five day heatwave.
B&M‘s hot tub is able to inflate in under five minutes, so you’ll be kicking back in the bubbles in no time.
It’s got a powerful 81 airjet system and heats to 40°C as well.
But you can’t order the tub online at B&M unfortunately, as the budget store doesn’t do home deliveries.
That means you’ll have to venture out to your local B&M to snap the bargain up for yourself – you can check out where that is with the store’s handy locator tool.
Keep in mind that stock will be subject to availability so it might be an idea to call up your store first and check there’s enough to go round.
And before you splash out it’s worth having a shop around, as B&M isn’t the only retailer tempting shoppers with a budget spa now the weather is warming up.
One Lay-Z-Spa hot tub we spotted on sale is cheaper than a whole host of rivals, including Aldi, B&Q and Asda, for example.
Can I afford a new hot tub?
The whopping discount £150 discount might be enough to tempt you to splash out, but can you afford a new hot tub?
There are extra costs that come with running it once it’s set up in your back garden.
You’ll have to hook it up to your electricity supply to keep the water heated and get the bubbles going – but this could be expensive.
With the cost of energy bills at all time highs you need to think about how the luxury item could impact your budget.
It will cost between £2.45 and £3.50 a day to heat your hot tub according to Energy Helpline.
So if you used it every day, it could cost up to £105 a month.
And just to fill up your hot tub with water can cost up to £5.25 each time according to the energy experts.
You can keep your budget in check with our tips on how to bag the best bargains throughout the rest of B&M’s catalogue though.
We pay for your stories!
Do you have a story for The Sun Online Money team?