JTF is selling a 10ft inflatable swimming pool that costs £35 – almost half the price of similar ones sold by other retailers.
The pool has now been reduced from £59.99 to £34.99 – saving shoppers £25 off the full price.
But getting the pool delivered to your home is going to set you back another £5.99.
If you don’t fancy the extra delivery fee then you can visit one of JTF’s 12 warehouses located across the Midlands and North of England.
You can use their locator tool to see if the store near you stocks the pool, then simply head in-store to pick one up.
The 10ft pool has a water capacity of 3,800 litres and your order will also contain one patch repair kit.
The discount is part of the “mega deals” advertised on the website.
This reduction won’t be around for long as it ends at midnight on Sunday.
Argos has the inflatable pool in a slightly different colour and nearly 200 litres short of the JTF pool’s capacity for £60.
For the extra £25, plus a delivery charge of £3.95, you also get a repair kit, protective cover and filter pump.
That charge means you can get your Argos delivery same day though, or you can collect in store for free.
But if you want to stick to spending £35 on your next pool purchase, then the Works have a 7ft inflatable pool from Intex on offer.
It means you might not fit as many people in for a swim as in the 10ft pools, so if you’ve got friends or family round you might find a better bargain from the bigger JTF pool.
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