SHOPPERS have been rushing out to buy a garden favourite from B&Q with £237 off.

The four-person Canadian spa grand rapids plug and play portable hot tub is selling for £238 instead of £475 – a 50% discount – in the retailers’ clearance sale.

B&Q is selling a four-person hot tub for just £238


B&Q is selling a four-person hot tub for just £238Credit: B&Q

You can set the hot tub up in 15 minutes, it comes with three-speed jets and is 1.8metres deep so there’s plenty of space to splash around.

It comes with a seven metre cable and a four out of five star rating on B&Q’s website too.

One customer said in a review: “We absolutely love this hot tub,” before adding: “We are so pleased with it, seven months on we have had no issues whatsoever, highly recommend it!”

A second customer said: “Easy to install and set up.

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“Fits four of us in fine – two adults and two kids. The jets are fab. Literally could not be happier.”

While a third person added: “Best few hundred quid I’ve spent in many a year, well happy. 100% recommended.”

The hot tub is on sale online and shoppers should be able to get it delivered for free.

We looked at ordering one to South East London and there was no charge.

You might be able to find the tub in your nearest branch too, but they’re not guaranteed to have it so it might be best to order online.

B&Q has a number of other hot tubs in its clearance sale too, including a Lay-Z-Spa Vegas airJet six person model for £290 down from £409. That’s a £119 saving.

Plus, it’s selling a hot tub maintenance kit for £15 instead of £23.

Always remember to shop around when buying anything as expensive as a hot tub though.

Just because B&Q is selling them at a discount, that doesn’t mean you can’t get them cheaper elsewhere.

That said, when we looked online we couldn’t find it cheaper at other retailers.

Argos is selling the same model for £299 with free delivery while Outdoor Delux has them in stock for £299.25 with free delivery.

Another thing to consider is a hot tubs running costs too – they can be quite expensive to run and maintain.

According to WhatSpa, even the most cost-efficient models can cost upwards of £1 to run per day, and that’s based on energy prices in April 2022.

Plus, you should really get your hot tub serviced once a year which says costs around £225.

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In other shopping news, a number of supermarkets have revealed their opening hours for the Easter bank holiday, including Aldi, Sainsbury’s and Asda.

Plus, Iceland is set to close a number of stores within days – see here for the full list.

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