HOME Bargains is selling a hanging egg chair and it costs less than £100.
The bargain chair was spotted shoppers in Skegness and Wakefield and for £99.99.
The classic 1960s style, which is a hit with celebrities, tends to sell out rapidly as shoppers flock online and in store to get their hands on one.
For instance, B&M’s £150 chair had shoppers queuing up in the hopes of picking up a bargain.
In fact, the Home Bargains version is the cheapest one we can find online.
By comparison, Aldi’s version is the second cheapest we could find at £149.99 – but that’s 50 per cent more than at Home Bargains.
Aldi’s offering is famously much loved by Mrs Hinch and Stacey Solomon,
Most of the rattan styles feature a steel frame to help hold the seat while the chair itself is often made from a woven material.
Facebook fans were going wild for the chair, with one shopper posting: “Hi all, not B&M but saw these today £99.99 in Home Bargains in Skegness.”
Tine responded: “I got two at the beginning of lockdown. Love them, so comfortable and fab price.”
And Jean said: “I’ve got it. Worth every penny.”
The Sun has contacted Home Bargains to find out if the chair is available nationwide and how long it will be available for.
It’s not available to buy online though so you’ll have to head down to your nearest store, which you can find here.
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