HOME Bargains is selling an awesome “under-the-sea” themed paddling pool that’s perfect for summer – and it’s only £24.99.
The pool comes with a detachable slide and a water sprinkler in shape of a palm tree, as well as an inflatable dolphin, two clown fish and a ring toss octopus game with two star-fish shaped rings.
1 Home Bargains is selling this inflatable paddling pool for a cool £25
It measures 2.39m x 2.06m x 86cm and the water sprinkler can be easily attached to a garden hose. It’s also simple to release pool water with an easy-to-use drain valve.
The pool is available both in stores and online at Home Bargains.
There are over 500 Home Bargains across the UK and you can find you’re nearest one using its store locator tool.
The recommended retail price is £39.99, so you’ll save 37.5 per cent by going to Home Bargains.
If you don’t live near a Home Bargains, then B&M is selling exactly the same pool reduced from £29.99 to £25.
Standard delivery at Home Bargains costs up to £7.99 depending on the size of the item, while B&M only sells the pool in stores.
Argos is selling the same set for £5 more at £30, while JTF Home & Garden has it for a much pricier £35.99.
And it’s a pretty good deal compared to other similar paddling pools too. Aldi’s dinosaur-themed pool, for example, costs £5 more at £30.
The Home Bargains deal was spotted by a shopper on the Facebook group UK Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK.
One user commented: “Looks awesome I’d advise putting a sheet or mat or something under it though cos they tear so easily.”
While another added: “Who needs the hot tub, we’re sorted.”
Someone else said: “I’ve just got this from Argos – paid £30 but kids love it”.
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For more fun in the sun, Tesco has slashed the price of its unicorn sprinkler paddling pool by 40 per cent to just £10.
Meanwhile, Argos has dropped the price of its six-seater Lay-Z Spa hot tub to £300.
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