YOU can splash out on a hot tub in time for summer without breaking the bank – as one is going for less than Aldi's.
Shoppers can get the Lay-Z Spa Havana Airjet for under £300 – £299.95 – from online retailer All Round Fun.
It's also on sale too – it was £899, meaning you'll be saving nearly £600.
The tub comes with 120 airjet massagers and heats up to 40C.
It can fit up to four people – so its great for small families.
You can also control the settings through your phone, as the tub is controlled by Wi-Fi.
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You can only buy this hot tub at All Round Fun .
You can get it delivered for free within three working days.
When The Sun checked prices online, we found it was cheaper than similar ones rivals were selling.
It's £100 cheaper than the Intex Inflatable 4 Person Hot Tub that Aldi is selling for £399.99.
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While B&Q is flogging a Lay-Z St Lucia hot tub for £360 – three people can fit in it, so its also smaller than the one All Round Fun is selling.
Asda's Lay-Z-Spa Bahamas hot tub is £320, which is £20 more expensive.
Argos is selling the Lay-Z-Spa Cancun hot tub, which seats four people, for £360 – £60 more.
Before you splash out, make sure to check prices online.
You might find the same – or similar – item elsewhere.
You won't be saving money if you weren't planning on buying the item anyway.
How much does it cost to run a hot tub?
You'll want to get clued up on how much it costs to run a hot tub before you take the plunge and get one.
They can drive up your energy and water bills at a time when households are being clobbered by eye-watering hikes.
Energy saving experts at Loop say that some of the least energy efficient models – which are often the cheapest ones – could add a whopping £300 per month to electricity bills.
While Energy Helpline estimates that a 3,000 litre hot tub – for around seven people – will cost around £5.25 to fill up each time.
And it costs between £2.45 and £3.50 a day to run your jacuzzi.
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Be aware that keeping your tub in good condition will hit your bank balance too.
Repairing a faulty hot tub can be expensive, with Checkatrade saying it could cost you up to £3,000.
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