IF your patio furniture is looking tired and worn and in desperate need of replacement, then you might be in luck.
That’s because shoppers are swooning over the heavily discounted Keter Iowa Balcony Rattan Furniture Set in Tesco’s mega sale – and it’s perfect for small spaces.
Bargain hunter Naomi Hughes has joined a money-saving Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK and shared a snap of the bargain purchase she spotted during a recent visit to her local store.
She captioned the picture: “The guy from Tesco reduced these for me a day early – right place, right time!”
Without retaining any information, she went on to admit that she had snatched the sale item, which originally cost £120, from the Brockworth store in Gloucester.
And on Amazon it’s still selling for a whopping £150.
The three-piece set in trendy anthracite gray consists of two seats and a table, which are made of plastic and look like a woven rattan material.
And you don’t have to worry about durability as the chairs feature sturdy backs and armrests – and even come with easily washable cushions.
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In addition, the table top has an extremely practical storage compartment, ideal for hiding garden accessories or equipment.
The greatly reduced set is the perfect size to fit even in a small space like a balcony.
But at this price you’d better act fast!
The post has since garnered over 470 likes and multiple comments, and many were quick to comment on Naomi’s total bargain.
“I need,” wrote one.
A second gushed: “Wow that’s a bargain!!!”
A third commended: “Fantastic!”
Meanwhile, a fourth commented: “Wooooo well done!”
Another tagged a friend, adding: “We’ve got to go to Tesco!”
Another agreed: “Great find – well done!”
And another remarked: “These are beautiful!”
And it’s not the first sale item that’s been driving shoppers crazy over the past few days.
Fabulous previously reported that customers were rushing to snag a £50 Summer Essential scanner for just £12.50.
James Parker shared a photo of his find – a round inflatable pool – and wrote: “Tescos today I’m not sure if its just Tescos.”