Lidl is selling pineapple, cactus, popcorn and pizza pool floats

Lidl is selling pineapple, cactus, popcorn and pizza pool floats

YOU can now sunbathe on your favourite food and drinks at this summer’s pool parties thanks to Lidl.
The discount supermarket is selling inflatable pool floats in the shape of pineapples, popcorn, pizza and a cactus.
Lidl Rock up to this summer’s pool party with a popcorn float
If you like to pop open a bottle of cold wine in the heat, you can actually also relax on one as Lidl is also selling a float shaped like a rosé bottle.
The “Crivit Inflatable Pool Loungers” will set you back £7.99 each, and they’ll go on sale in the “Middle of Lidl” aisle in stores only from Sunday – May 19.
Keep in mind they’re only available as long as stocks last so you’ll need to be quick. You can find your nearest Lidl shop using its store locator tool.
The floats are all pretty big, with the longest one being the pineapple measuring 190cm.
Lidl The inflatable floats cost £7.99 at Lidl
Lidl If you love pizza, why not enjoy the sunshine on your favourite food?
Meanwhile, the smallest of the five pool floats is the pizza slice, which is 170cm long.
All pool floats have a maximum weight capacity of 100kg, but should an accident happen, each one comes with two repair patches.
They’re among the cheapest floats of its kind around, although is currently selling a similar pizza slice float measuring 6ft for £6.99.
If it’s popcorn you’re after, you’ll have to spend a bit more with selling a giant float measuring 190cm for £19.99.
Or if you prefer relaxing on a sweet pinapple, is selling one for £15.99.
Lidl Relax on a bottle of wine this summer
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Lidl is also selling amazing jungle and pirate adventure inflatable paddling pools for £35.
And it’s reduced its £299 inflatable hot tub to £249 – making it cheaper than Tesco’s and Aldi’s.
If you’re after something more bizarre, B&M is selling an inflatable loo pool float with emoji poo sticks so you can duel with your mates.
The ‘Inflatable Hunk’ pool float is back for summer… and he’ll even hold your drink!

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