ARGOS has made sure you'll be the life and soul of any summer party by slashing the price of its Lay-Z Spa hot tub by 25 per cent meaning the bubbling pool is just £299.
It makes the hot tub one of the cheapest on the market for a six-seater tub – although you can pay less for four-seater designs.
The "Lay-Z Spa Paris Air Jet" has a 945 litre water capacity and is made up of 87 all-surrounding air jets which gently massage and rejuvenate your skin.
Argos promises an easy 10 minute set up, with a rapid 2050kw heating system that can reach up to 40C.
To power the at home hot tub, all you will need to do is plug it into a 13A socket – a regular socket which you can find in most UK homes.
The spa has a depth of 196cm and is as wide as it is deep, with a height of 66cm.
Not only that, but the hot tub comes with an efficient pump that provides a low cost filtration option for your spa.
Currently, the hot tub isn’t available for collection, but can be delivered to your door for £6.95, bringing the total cost to £305.95.
Homebase is also selling a six person Lay-Z Spa Vegas for £299 but with the £10 delivery fee, Argos’s offer works out cheaper.
Budget retailer B&M has the same spa as Homebase but for £295 – saving you £10.95. But its version is only available in stores and is subject to availability.
Online retailer The Range is offering the Lay-Z Spa Tahiti Airjet, for £399 but discounts it to £350 if you buy one of its spa bundles.
But the Tahiti only has 81 integrated jets whereas Argos' Paris tub and the Tahiti tub has 87.
If you're looking for a hot tub but want something a bit smaller, Morrisons has permanently reduced the price of its four person inflatable hot tub to £225.
Meanwhile, this giant unicorn sprinkler from Tesco will keep the kids occupied while you sit back and relax.
Or if you're looking for something with a little less bubbles then this 12ft pool from Lidl might be ideal.
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