Since we’ve been having such great weather, is any family garden really complete without a paddling pool?
If you’re yet to get your hands on one, Tesco have recently reduced the price of their 6ft unicorn paddling pool. It’s an absolute bargain to at just £7.50, reduced from £30.
This great deal was shared on Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK (opens in new tab), which are well known for sharing big deals from a variety of shops and supermarkets.
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Writing on the group, the happy customer said: ‘Reduced from £30 to £7.50 😱😁...Tesco Newtownards.’
Unfortunately the giant inflatable isn’t available online, so you’d have to head down to your local Tesco store to see if there’s any left in stock. Better be quick though – we can imagine lots of people will be taking advantage of this deal!
The 6ft unicorn pool is exclusive to Tesco, and is apparently suitable for children 5 and up. That’s not to say it’s just children that can enjoy it this summer – we’re not judging if you want to jump in yourself. Any excuse to cool down, right?
If you’d prefer to get competitive, Aldi’s £12.99 waterslide (opens in new tab) lets you race people to the finish line. You’d get to stay cool at the same time, so it’s win-win really!
And as most of us will need to stock up on sun cream as the weather heats up, Martin Lewis shared his genius tip to save money on this essential.
It’s probably a good idea to enjoy the sun while you still can, as knowing the UK weather it won’t be around for much longer! We think it's time for a few more BBQs in the garden, just in case.
Will you be heading down to Tesco to grab a unicorn paddling pool? Let us know if you find this deal!
Lucy Buglass is a Digital Writer for What's on TV, Goodto.com, and Woman&Home. After finishing her degree in Film Studies at Oxford Brookes University she moved to London to begin her career. She's passionate about entertainment and spends most of her free time watching Netflix series, BBC dramas, or going to the cinema to catch the latest film releases.
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