Aldi is going to sell an inflatable hot tub with a high price … and it’s not April Fool’s Day
ALDI is going to sell an inflatable hot tub as part of a new luxury garden line – but it doesn’t come cheap.
The luxury Intext spa pool – which can accommodate up to four people – will cost £ 399.
It has 120 jets as well as a powerful heater and is the perfect item to give an edge to “garden parties this summer,” the supermarket said.
It will be available online from April 6 and in stores across the UK from April 9.
As part of Aldi’s Specialbuys range, which is usually in limited stock, once sold out, there is no more.
The portable ‘spa pool’ is currently priced at £ 570 on Amazon, although cheaper inflatable hot tubs can be purchased at high street stores.
Argos, Homebase and tesco all sell products similar to the one sold by Aldi, for as little as £ 319.
So, it is worth doing your research before investing in the garden feature.
It’s much cheaper than a good hot tub, which can cost anywhere from £ 5,000 to £ 8,000, depending on the model.
Along with the inflatable hot tub, the budget supermarket also launched a new line of garden furniture, an oil barrel charcoal barbecue and a solar powered ceramic fountain.
This is not the first time that Aldi has sold luxury items at a discount.
Earlier this month, we revealed how Aldi candles that resemble those from chic Jo Malone were whipped on eBay for more than seven times the price after being sold in stores.
We also revealed how Aldi manages to cut costs by ensuring staff can scan items quickly.
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