IF you're after a hot tub for the garden as the weather starts to chill you might want to head down to B&Q where shoppers have spotted popular Lay-Z Spa hot tubs from £300.
One shopper on the Extreme Couponing and Deals UK Facebook page spotted tens of hot tubs stacked up in boxes in his local B&Q store in Derby.
Prices were set at £297, £325, £390, and £497, although whether they're all Lay-Z Spa models, how many people they hold, and what the difference between each hot tub is remains unclear.
The Sun has asked B&Q for more information and whether these hot tubs are back in stock nationwide and we'll update this story as soon as we hear back.
The pricier two models do appear to be Lay-Z Spa branded though.
Shoppers commenting on the post said they'd also spotted the hot tubs in the Blackburn and Wellingborough stores, and it seems they're keen to dive into one.
One person commented on the post: "Need to start shopping in B&Q", while another said: "Best get buying one then!"
Use B&Q's store finder tool to find your nearest as well as its contact details – it may be worth calling ahead to check availability before making a special trip.
You can normally check stock on B&Q's website but it doesn't currently have any Lay-Z Spa hot tubs being sold online.
Earlier this year, B&Q was selling six-person Lay-Z Spa Vegas Airjet hot tubs for £390.
Meanwhile, B&M had the four-person Lay-Z Spa Miami hot tubs for £290.
They proved so popular during lockdown that Brits were flogging them on eBay and Gumtree for double the price.
The cheapest Lay-Z Spa hot tub currently being sold directly from the manufacturer is £479 for the Ibizia Airjet model.
Meanwhile, Very has the Helsinki model for £799.99. We couldn't find the tubs being sold at any other major high street retailers, with most listing currently them as out of stock.
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