Gardening fans are racing to Asda to bag an essential ideal for the sunny weather that's going for £6 instead of £35 | The Sun

SHOPPERS are racing to their local Asda where they've spotted bargain garden furniture that's selling for more than half-price.

With summer, unfortunately, coming to an end and autumn lurking around the corner, a number of retailers are running sales – and supermarket Asda is no exception.

According to savvy money-saving shoppers, Asda could be the perfect place if you're looking to bag incredible bargains, including a relaxer chair for less than a tenner.

The budget-friendly find was spotted at the popular store by one customer, Fay Johnson, from Nottingham, the UK, who shared the news on Facebook.

According to Fay, the must-have chair, featuring an abstract print with faces, was selling for £6.30 after being cut from £12.60.

The original price, one customer revealed in the comments, was even higher – £35.

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What's more, as the post said, the relaxer chair, perfect for those tanning in their garden, comes with a plush cushioning.

As stated on the box, not only does it come with an elegant black frame, the bargain furniture is also easy to fold when storing away.

Fay added in the caption: ''Absolute bargain Asda Grantham ….!!!''

The bargain find racked up more than a hundred likes on the popular Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group where it was shared.

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One person who had already bought the piece of garden furniture said: ''Omg I paid £35 for this. Love it it's so comfy.''

A second chuckled: ''I may pop to grantham tomorrow [sic]''.


''Fantastic bargain,'' someone else chimed in.

Meanwhile, not everyone was impressed with the quality of the chair, as one shopper left a negative review.

Urging others to not waste their money, the person said: ''Don't buy then rubish. The cover split the broke.''

''They had loads of garden bits in my Asda as well,'' a fellow member wrote.

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