Home Bargains shoppers are rushing to buy new egg chair – and it's cheaper than Aldi | The Sun

HOME BARGAINS shoppers are rushing to buy a new egg chair and it's cheaper than Aldi's popular summer item.

The luxury garden furniture is often a regular sell-out across different retailers – and Aldi's always proves popular.

But now Home Bargains is selling its own version of the £344.99 egg chair – and it's £75 cheaper than the one sold by the budget retailer.

Posting on Instagram, Home Bargains said: "Whoever you share the sun with this summer, share it in this Marbella Double Hanging Egg Chair and Cushions. Order yours online now: only £269.99."

The 198cm by 129cm egg chair can hold up to two people and is supported by a steel frame.

It's slightly taller than Aldi's version, which stands at 132.5cm.


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The chair is available to buy online from the Home Bargains website, but remember that you may have to pay an additional delivery fee.

The chair is also available in store, but it's best to phone ahead to check the stock levels so you're not disappointed.

You can find your nearest Home Bargains store by using the handy store locator tool on the supermarket's website.

It might not be quite warm enough outside to enjoy the stylish chairs yet, but these deals often don't hang around for long, so you may want to be quick.

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If you are thinking of buying an egg chair, it's also worth having a quick shop around first as you might be able to find a similar product cheaper elsewhere.

You shouldn't buy something just because it's a bargain price, or discounted.

Prices vary by model, size and retailer so it's worth having a browse before you make a decision.

Use price comparison tools like Google Shopping to find similar products from other retailers and compare prices.

B&M has also sold it's own egg-chair in previous years, which has proved to be a sell-out hit.

It isn't available online just yet, but it went on sale around this time last year so it's worth keeping an eye out.

How else can I save money at Home Bargains?

Home Bargains stocks plenty of everyday household products at already low prices, but every now and then it will slash costs with special "star buys" and limited time sales.

The store has its own of range of products that look strikingly familiar to rivals' more pricey options.

Bagging a Home Bargains dupe is a good way to make your wallet happy too.

Although it's important not to overspend and it's only a bargain if you were planning on buying the item on the day.

Home Bargains doesn't just stock the obvious buys to kit out your personal space.

The giant store stocks everything to fill up the pantry too.

You can buy everything from snacks to essentials at a discount price.

And often you'll find products work out cheaper than at the supermarket.

You've stocked up the cupboards on all the groceries you didn't realise you could get at Home Bargains, and now it's time to get cooking.

Luckily the store has yet another aisle dedicated to electronics and all sorts of kitchen gadgets that'll have dinner on the table in no time.

You can get everything from blenders to slow cookers, to air fryers.

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