ASDA shoppers are rushing to buy an inflatable hot tub that is scanning for £70 off at tills.
Hot tubs have become a garden must-have for many households and eagle-eyed shoppers are always keen to find one for a bargain price.
Bargain hunters have spotted a Lay-Z Spa Bahamas Airjet hot tub scanning for £250 at Asda checkouts, reduced from £320.
Shoppers have praised the "absolutely amazing" gadget in reviews left on the Asda website.
One person said: "I think it's absolutely amazing. Somewhere to go for quiet time to relax."
Another added: "Great purchase – would highly recommend. It's a lot bigger than I initially thought it was going to be.
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"It fits up to four people no problem and warms up lovely. The air jets are also amazing."
While a third person simply wrote: "Absolute bargain."
The Lay-Z spa hot tub can fit two to four people, according to Asda and is made up of 120 air jets.
It is available to buy instore and online, but remember that you will be charged a bit extra for delivery if buy it from Asda's website.
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Asda's price was the cheapest we could find when we checked online.
It is also available to buy online directly from Lay-Z Spa for £279.99 – £29.99 more than Asda's price.
Aldi is selling a similar hot tub for £199.99 that can also fit four adults.
It costs substantially less than it did this time last year when it set shoppers back £399.99.
While B&Q is selling a Lay-Z Spa Cancun four-person inflatable hot tub for £246 in its clearance.
While the B&Q and Asda hot tubs are made by the same brand, the models are slightly different and this may be reflected in the price difference.
But you should always have a quick shop around first as you might be able to find a similar product cheaper elsewhere.
Prices vary by model, size and retailer so it's worth having a browse elsewhere before you make a decision.
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Use price comparison tools like Google Shopping to find similar products from other retailers and compare prices.
But remember, it's only a good deal if you were wanting a hot tub in the first place – if you get it just because of the offer, you aren't necessarily saving money.
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