LIDL’s popular inflatable hot tub is back – and shoppers can’t wait to get their hands on it this summer.
The discount supermarket is selling the inflatable four person Mspa Whirlpool hot tub for £299.
Four people can relax inside the tub which has a maximum temperature of 42C – making it ideal for chilly days and nights.
It also features 118 dynamic air jets which massage your body and create bubbles while you relax.
The hot tub comes with a filter cartridge and drain hose adaptor, so you’re able to care for it easily, plus a combination lock and cover with zip to protect it when you’re not using it.
The hot tub has a two year warranty, which allows you to return it to Lidl if you have any problems with it.
Last year, Lidl sold the same hot tub also for £300 but in a grey colour, while this year it is blue and white.
The previous model also came with a remote so you could inflate it automatically, without having to blow it up yourself.
We’ve asked Lidl if this year’s hot tub has the same feature and will update this article when we hear back.
This hot tub will be on sale from June 28 so make sure you head down to your local Lidl to see if you can nab one.
Unfortunately Lidl doesn’t sell products online so your only chance is by heading in store.
Use the store’s location finder tool to see where your nearest branch is. And you may need to act quickly as the hot tub has sold out fast in the past.
One shopper spotted the deal and posted it on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook Group.
Her post proved popular as it has more than 2,000 comments and more than 400 likes.
One commenter wrote: “Get yourself down to Lidl!” and tagged her friend, while another said: “Omg we have to keep an eye out!”
Hot tubs have been the must-have item for Brits this summer, which has seen them sell out everywhere.
B&Q has had a range of inflatable hot tubs for sale from £130 to £790 – but they’re all out of stock online.
Meanwhile, B&M had a similar sized hot tub for £50 less than Lidl at £250. But the pools sold out online fast.
Make sure you check your local B&Q and B&M stores as they may still have stock in store.
Other stockists include Homebase, George at Asda and The Range – we’ve created a guide of where to buy the cheapest.
The hot tubs aren’t the only sellout item that have been snapped up so far this summer.
Aldi’s famous egg chair also made a comeback last month, only for it to sell out again hours later.
Meanwhile, Aldi’s sell-out £15 churro maker recently made a comeback after shelves were stripped bare by sweet lovers.
And Wilko’s £20 electric fry-up pan also sold out fast, but we’ve found the best alternatives if you missed out on getting one.