A HOT tub specialist has slashed the price of its inflatable spa by a whopping £340 – and the bargain could be the perfect dupe of Aldi's pricey alternative.
Online home and garden retailer, Net World Sports has reduced it's £510 four person tub to a mere £170.
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- Net World Sports, CosySpa hot tub – Was: £509.99 Now: £169.99 Save: £340 – buy now
The mega discount is set to save shoppers 70%, but even better news is that it makes it £180 cheaper than an almost identical version budget rival Aldi is selling.
The cheaper dupe will seat up to four people, just like Aldi's, and it even sports the same sleek black colouring on the outside design.
This inflatable hot tub can be assembled in under five minutes and soon after it's found a home in your garden, can reach temperatures of 42°C.
An added bonus is its 130 soothing and massaging air jets designed to help you unwind whilst you're enjoying your new purchase.
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The hot tub had already gone through one major discount when Net World Sports slashed the price to just £259.99.
That reduction saw almost £250 knocked off the price initially, around a 50% saving, but now another discount has meant a whopping two thirds off the total.
It's "a price you won’t see anywhere else on the market this Summer, not even at Aldi," said the garden gear giant.
Aldi's hot tub costs shoppers a hefty £399.99 in comparison.
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It's one of the store's few Specialbuys that hasn't been completely wipes clean from shelves as demand for garden gear shoots up with the warmer weather.
But even though Net World Sports' dupe is an impressive 60% cheaper than Aldi's, it's still worth a shop around before you splash out.
You might find an even better deal than the massive discount on the hot tub dupe.
We haven't spotted any to rival the cheap as chips £170 price tag yet, but B&M has made a major reduction of its own – slashing it's £400 tub to just £250 recently.
Meanwhile a Lay-Z-Spa hot tub we spotted on sale is cheaper than a whole host of competitors, including Aldi, B&Q and Asda too.
You also need to factor in delivery charges if you're shopping from the cheaper online retailer.
Your purchase from Net World Sports includes an extra £40 in delivery fees once you reach the checkout, so keep that in mind whenyou're budgeting for the luxury buy.
Can I afford a new hot tub?
The whopping discount £340 discount might be enough to tempt you to splash out, but can you afford a new hot tub?
With energy bills at their highest right now, a new garden appliance that relies on a lot of electricity to get the bubbles going, might not be a friend of your tariff.
Energy saving experts at Loop say that some of the least energy efficient models – which are often the cheapest ones – could add a whopping £300 per month to electricity bills.
And especially now that energy bills have rocketed almost another £700, it's important to think about your usage.
According to Loop, an efficient hot tub with an average usage of 7kWh per day it's being used, costs around £1.98.
That means it costs roughly £60.23 if you used it for roughly 7 hours a day, everyday for a month.
And if you had an inefficient hot tub – one that's not insulated very well – then it could cost five times that.
Net World Sports offers a few options to help your costs in the long term, but you're going to have to fork out a bit more up front for them.
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You can add an inflatable lid to your purchase for another £30, which will help keep the heat in and save 40% on your energy bills in the process, according to the retailer.
Meanwhile a thermal cover could knock off another 40% from your bills, but it means coughing up an extra £120 just for the energy saving element to be added to your purchase.
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