Aldi's Hot Tub Is On Sale And It's Even Cheaper Than We Thought

I bloody love Aldi. As well as dead cheap fruit and veg and weird off-brand spirits - bottle of Oscars anyone? (It's just like Archers but half the price), there's that random middle aisle bit, where you can find anything from an arc welder to a pair of waders.

And, let me tell you, it is irresistible to me. Do I need a set of Japanese sushi knives? No, of course not. I don't even eat fish. But am I going to buy them because they're only £24.99? Fuck yes, get in my trolley.

Last week me, and thousands of others just like me, got very excited when it was announced that Aldi would be releasing its very own cut-price hot tub. I want one, I don't care if I haven't got a garden, I'll worry about that after I've made the purchase.

Aldi summer Specialbuys, which includes the inflatable hot tub, went on sale this very morning and if that isn't exciting enough for you, then it's actually being listed for 25 percent less than we originally thought. That's buy three get one free, in a way.

Instead of splashing out thousands on a hot tub you'll hardly ever use - unless you're a contestant on Come Dine With Me - for just £299.99 you can get this bad boy:

This could very soon be you and your significant other. Credit: Aldi

The Intex 120 Air Jet Spa Pool Hot Tub features a powerful heater and a lockable, insulating cover, which is secure and will keep the water warm, meaning you'll save a few quid on heating it over and over again.

Such is the brilliance of this cheap as chips hot tub, that it's already sold out online, but don't worry too much fellow bargain hunters, it's going to be hitting stores on Sunday 9 April. And it will still cost £299.99, Aldi confirmed to the Mirror.

Sold out but hitting stores soon. Credit: Aldi

Aldi also told the paper that the running costs of such a magnificent bit of kit are pretty low, around £1 to £1.50 a day, so about £37 a month, assuming you use it every day, which you absolutely will not. I guarantee that now, it will be like the sushi knives all over again.

Now all we need is for the weather to get its act together and we're all set.

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Claire Reid

Claire Reid is a journalist at LADbible. Claire graduated from Liverpool John Moores University with a BA in journalism. She’s previously worked at Trinity Mirror. Since joining LADbible, Claire has worked on pieces for the UOKM8? mental health campaign, the Yemen crisis, life in the Calais Jungle as well as a profile of a man who is turning himself into a cyborg.

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