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All the bargain hot tubs you can get for the heatwave with prices as cheap as £200

YOU might be thinking of buying a hot tub for your garden to enjoy the warm, summer evenings outdoors.

So we’ve rounded up the best bargain hot tubs on the market to help you unwind without breaking the bank.

Hot tubs make for the perfect, luxurious accessory to any garden

There are different types of hot tubs on the market depending on your needs, including built-in, wooden, and inflatable.

Permanent hot tubs tend to have more features, durability, and can often be used all year round, compared to inflatable ones.

Though the most budget-friendly option for your garden will always be inflatable or portable hot tubs, sometimes referred to as spas.

Brands such as Lay-Z-Spa and Intex are commonly sold by high street stores like B&Q and Aldi for competitive prices.

But you might have to be quick if you want in on the bargains, as hot tubs tend to fly off shelves when the weather heats up.

With energy prices rising, you may be wondering how a hot tub affects your bills, so we’ve looked at how much it costs to run one.

Always remember to shop around before making a purchase to ensure you’re getting the best deal.

Here’s what we found on the market.

B&Q – Lay-Z-Spa St Lucia three person inflatable hot tub

  • Now: £199 Was: £285 Save: £86 – buy now

Some assembling is required with this item

This Lay-Z-Spa item fits up to three people, meaning it’s perfect for those who have slightly less outdoor space to work with.

Despite it’s smaller size, it reaches 40c in temperature, includes a 110 AirJet massage system, rapid heating system, power-saving timer and Freeze Shield technology so it can be enjoyed all year round.

You can find this item online and in stores, but check whether it’s in stock before heading down to your local branch.

Find your nearest B&Q store here.

You can grab free delivery for click and collect orders to store on this item, or spend £10 to have it delivered home.

Robert Dyas – Canadian Spa Grand Rapids inflatable hot tub with LEDs & aromatherapy system

  • Now: £249.99 Was: £449.99 Save: £200 – buy now
This product has anti-bacterial filtration aids to help you keep it clean

This inflatable spa seats four people comfortably, and not only does it have a massage system, but also an aromatherapy one which releases relaxing scents.

This product is an online exclusive to Robert Dyas, meaning you won’t find it in stores.

What’s more, you can save an extra £50 off the price tag with code RAPIDSPA50.

But remember to factor in delivery costs when ordering online, as you’ll have to fork out an extra £9.95 to have this sent out to you.

Food Warehouse – Wave Spa Atlantic grey wood hot tub

  • Now: £250 Was: £300 Save: £50 – in stores only
he Food Warehouse has over 150 stores nationwide

According to The Food Warehouse, the Wave Spa Atlantic hot tub sold out in one and a half weeks across the UK last year – but it’s back.

This item is spacious enough for four adults and boasts 140 air jets, providing a luxurious experience for a reasonable price.

It can reach temperatures of 40c and takes roughly five minutes to set up, meaning more time to soak.

You’ll need to visit your local Food Warehouse branch to pick it up – find yours by popping your postcode into the store locator online.

All Round Fun – Lay-Z-Spa Havana Airjet

  • Now: £299.95 Was: £899 Save: £599.05 – buy now
This isn't the only hot tub that All Round Fun has reducedThis isn’t the only hot tub that All Round Fun has reduced

All Round Fun is an online retailer only, meaning you won’t be able to pop into any store to grab this one.

It has slashed the price of this product by a whopping £600, the biggest saving we could find on a hot tub.

What’s even better is that you can grab an extra 15% off using code SAVE15 until June 30.

Although this item is currently in sale, All Round Fun told SE that it will return to its standard pricing in the future, though it doesn’t have a specific date for this change yet.

So be sure to grab this quick if you like the look of it.

Very – Lay-Z-Spa Miami AirJet hot tub

  • Now: £299.99 Was: £499.99 Save: £200 – buy now
Soaking in a spa is said to help ease muscle tension

Save £200 on this stylish hot tub at Very, but you’ll need to be quick if you like it as the offer ends June 23, next week.

You can only buy this item online as Very is purely an online retailer.

The hot tub is designed to fit up to four people and features 120 all-surrounding air jets that cover the floor.

Plus, Freeze Shield technology prevents the water from freezing during winter so that you can safely use this spa all year round.

Be aware that delivery costs can ramp the price of this item up quite a bit.

Charges may vary depending on where you live, but could be around £20 extra.

Aldi – Intex inflatable four person hot tub

  • Price: £399.99 – buy now
Hot tubs are a great way to socialise with family and friends

Despite being the priciest pick of the bunch, the Intex inflatable hot tub is already popular with customers, boasting 215 five star reviews.

It fits four people, has 135 air jets and heated bubbles, with added reassurance from the three year warranty that is included in the price.

Like some of the others, this product won’t be spotted on shelves, as it’s an online exclusive at Aldi.

So you’ll have to factor in the delivery cost of £9.95 as it’s classed as an extra large item.

You can expect this to arrive two to seven days from the date you purchased it, meaning you can be soaking away your stress in no time.

Meanwhile, Aldi’s hanging egg chair is on sale and it’s huge.

Plus, it’s selling a cocktail fountain that’s perfect for garden parties – check it out.

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All the bargain hot tubs you can get for the heatwave with prices as cheap as £200