Shoppers at HOME Bargains flocked to buy a “perfect” home product that was being scanned for better than half the price.
The discounter is selling a boat with inflatable paddles for £40 instead of £85 – a £45 saving.
Home Bargains posted about the discounted boat on its Facebook page yesterday, with hundreds of people buying since liking and commenting.
They all wanted to get one of the boats for themselves.
One said, “Guess what I’m going to buy,” while the second said, “I want one of these xx.”
Meanwhile, the third person simply said: “Adventures” and the fourth, tagging their friend, added: “Perfect for you.”
The canoe is large enough to accommodate two adults and one child, measuring 256 cm x 132 cm.
Meanwhile, it comes with two aluminum paddles, an air pump and a repair kit.
Boat also has a 30-day free return policy, so you can always try it out and return it if you’re not satisfied.
Please note that if you want home delivery, you may have to pay a small fee.
But you can always call your local Home Bargains branch and see if they have stock to save some money.
You can find the nearest store by using the retailer’s store locator.
Of course, you should always look around when buying something like this, as it is an investment.
Just because Home Bargains is selling a boat for £40, that doesn’t mean you can’t buy a cheaper one elsewhere, especially if you’re willing to be flexible in terms of design and size.
You can use sites like pricerunner.co.uk which allow you to compare thousands of products.
Or, try using the Google Shopping tab that lets you search for any number of items on the internet.
That said, we couldn’t find any other retailer selling a similarly sized dingy bed for as cheap as Home Bargains.
Argos has one in stock for £50, but it’s just big enough to hold an adult and a child.
Wow Camping is selling one for £29, but measures 188cm x 98cm, making it much smaller than the Home Bargains boat.
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