Shoppers are running to Asda to snap up a bargain buy for the garden & it's sure to keep you cool in the hot weather | The Sun

WITH the sunshine finally making a return, many of us will be soaking up the rays in our back gardens.

But if you're looking for cheap ways to try and keep cool in the warmer weather, then you may just want to listen up!

That's because one eagle-eyed shopper has told how she managed to get her hands on a hugely discounted paddling pool in Asda's mega sale.

Taking to money-saving Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, Kayleigh Jane Jones shared a snap of the 'classic rectangular pool.'

Alongside the image, she penned: "Asda are selling a rectangular paddling.

"Swimming pool down to £5 and non spill bubbles down to 62p.


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"Ware Asda in Hertfordshire."

The pool features a clear turquoise colour with mosaic pattern all around the side, along with plug for easy drainage and quick deflate valve.


The post has garnered the attention of social media users, with many keeping their eyes out for the amazing deal.

"I got the pool 2 summers ago for my grandson for £4.50," wrote one.

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"I got one for my house one for his house.

"We have used it once last summer but not had a chance this year."

A second penned: "I keep seeing all these offers . Went into my asda and everything is still full price."

And it's not the first time shoppers have rushed to the store to snap up bargain buys.

Fabulous previously told how Disney fans raced to Asda to check out the Disney style homeware sale – with prices starting from £1.25.

Elsewhere, shoppers were also scrambling to get their hands on a £16 log burner that’d been massively reduced to just £2.

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