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A HEATWAVE is on the way, so what better excuse to bag a new sun lounger for the garden – especially if you know where to look for a bargain price.
It’s expected to warm up from Thursday and the long weekend could bring the hottest day of the year so far.
You can pick up a new sun lounger for the weekend from just £13
That means it’s time to top up the tan during a well-deserved bank holiday break – but before you do so, your garden furniture might need a spruce up.
That’s easy to do on a budget, as we’ve rounded up the cheapest sun loungers that you can buy right now.
But even though we’ve done most of the hard work for you, and all that’s left is to do is lie back and relax, it’s still a good idea compare prices.
That way you can make sure you’re getting the best value for money.
Google’s price comparison tool, Google Shopping, is free and easy to use to check you’ve bagged the best deal, as other retailers may have something even cheaper on offer.
But remember that you’ll only make a saving if you were planning on making a purchase anyway – you might go over budget if you splash out just because of the cheap prices.
With all that in mind, here are our top picks:
Argos has one of the cheapest sun lounger options right now – but shoppers have to be quickCredit: Argos
Argos has one of the cheapest sun loungers on the market right now – you’ll only have to splash out £13 to get your hands on this pink metal folding version.
The sun lounger, and its twin that comes in blue, is on clearance though which means it won’t be coming back into stock once it sells out.
So you will have to be quick to bag the bargain for the low price.
It also means stock is very limited and subject to availability – they’re all sold out for delivery but you can click and collect from certain stores.
Luckily you can use the store’s locator tool to find out if it’s in stock near you – when we checked you could order online and collect from Bicester, for example, but the loungers were all sold out in Holborn.
The Range – Sun bed chair
- Was: £35.99 Now: £31.99 Save: £4 (11%) – buy now
The Range has slashed £4 off the price of its sun loungerCredit: The Range
The Range is one of the few retailers that has already begun to slash the price of its sun loungers.
You can pick up this green recliner for just £32, when it was originally £36.
The discount means shoppers can save £4 on the full price.
But even though you’re saving £4, you will have to factor in an extra £3.95 to either have the lounger delivered to your door or to order then collect it in person at one of The Range’s branches.
B&M’s sun lounger can fully reclineCredit: b&m
Bargains store B&M is selling a lounger for just £35.
The sun lounger has a steel tubular frame but it’s also fitted with premium texteline fabric to keep you comfy while you relax, and it also fully reclines so you can catch all the best rays.
It also comes in black as well as the grey that’s pictured.
The only catch is you’ll have to head in-store for this one, as the discount retailer doesn’t let you order online.
That means stock will be subject to availability, so it could be worth calling ahead to avoid disappointment – use B&M’s store locator to find your closest and its contact details.
Dunelm – padded foldable striped lounger
Dunelm’s sun lounger has a padded cushion that you can just sink in toCredit: dunelm
Dunelm is also selling a sun lounger for just £35 – but this time your purchase comes complete with a padded cushion that you can sink into in the sun.
It has has six adjustable positions and can easily fold away for storage.
You don’t have to settle for the striped design either – the plush cushion can also come in Charcoal.
Order the sun lounger online at Dunelm, but you’ll have to factor in an extra £5.95 in delivery fees, especially if you want to get it in time for the bank holiday weekend – it’s not available for click and collect.
You can pick up a sun lounger from B&Q for under £40Credit: B&Q
B&Q’s cheapest sun lounger option features three adjustable positions, so you can enjoy the sun fully lying down, reclining or sitting up.
It’s also lightweight, foldable and easily portable.
And you can complete the look by adding a matching beach chair and parasol – but remember that they’ll come at an extra cost.
You can order this sun lounger online and have it delivered straight to your door, but you will have to fork out an extra £5 for the delivery fees.
If you want to dodge those though, you can order online and collect the new garden product for free from your local store – find out where that is with B&Q’s locator tool.
Homebase – Bahari folding sunbed lounger
Homebase’s sun lounger is more on the pricey sideCredit: homebase
Homebase has a sun lounger on offer that’s a little pricier than others on our list as it costs £40 to buy, but the deal still means you can kit out your garden ahead of the weekend on a budget.
The sun lounger comes in a vibrant green colour and it also folds flat for space saving storage.
But the good news is you won’t have to be so quick to stash it away once the clouds come rolling over, as Homebase says the sun lounger is rust resistant so it should endure the changing weather.
The sun lounger is ready to be shipped as early as tomorrow, but you’ll have to fork out an extra £6 for the privilege – or pick it up from your closest Homebase store for free.
If you’re after more garden inspiration ahead of the bank holiday then Argos has just slashed the price of its four person hot tub to £240.
And Aldi is selling a giant inflatable water slide that will be perfect to keep the kids entertained while you’re topping up your tan – but some shoppers aren’t big fans of the price tag.
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