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Homebase shoppers rush to buy stunning furniture scanning for £153 less at checkout

SHOPPERS are racing to Homebase to get their hands on stunning furniture after its price was slashed by over half.

Homebase is selling a set of two dining chairs for £58 which is bound to set furniture lovers in a frenzy.

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These two Rory Rattan Back Dining Chairs cost £58

The dining chairs are available in either a cream or tan colour and self-assembly is required.

Unfortunately, they aren’t available for delivery and customers will have to visit their nearest branch to collect the furniture.

The sought-after chairs were originally priced at £195.

Following the popular furniture store’s “Big Sale”, they slashed the price by £137.

Homebase offers the cheapest option with the same set of chairs costing more than £80 on eBay.

The cream dining chairs are also available on LatestDeals for a whopping £97.

Customers looking to spruce up their homes this summer are in for a treat with plummeting price tags on several stylish items.

Shoppers were delighted to spot a “gorgeous” item scanning for almost £100 less than its usual retail price at Homebase too.

One eagle-eyed customer spotted the trendy “Sophia scallop accent chair” going for £39 instead of an eye-watering £140.

Bargain hunters found the helpful information shared on hotukdeals.com.

“Spotted some price drops on various furniture e.g. 3 drawer bathrooom storage £23.45, pillow accent chair £52, Oak 6-8 extending dining table £187. Links below,” penned a money saving guru,” penned the eagle-eyed shopper.

“Free collection to store or delivery is £6, or £20 for large furniture.”

And this item is a fan favourite for those looking to decorate their gardens this summer.

There was a lot of hype over the sell-out Home Bargains’ hot air balloon lights, which will light up your garden in an instant.

The in-demand summer proved so popular, that shoppers struggled to get their hands on them and have been travelling far and wide in a bid to snap them up.

Fortunately, a savvy customer found an identical version being sold in Homebase.

While slightly more expensive at £10.50, people were delighted with the revelation, with many willing to pay the extra just to get their hands on one.

And one even claimed they preferred it to the much-loved original, writing: “Bigger from Homebase though and better looking.”

It wasn’t long before the post garnered quite the reaction, racking up a whopping 100 likes and over 219 comments.

“Think I’ll be going, yes cheaper elsewhere but selling out, so eventually you won’t be able to get,” one person pointed out.

“I’ve been trying ages.”

Another penned: “Colour one is not as bright as red one.

“They light up to about 4 in the morning bigger than Home Bargains and B&M ones – these ones are definitely better.”

It comes after shoppers raced to nab huge discounts on a range of furniture pieces at a major retailer.

And Brits are racing to their local Homebase to grab hot weather essentials currently on sale.

Which British retailers have summer deals on at the moment?

The Sun takes a look at the best summer sales on this week.


The German discounter is continuing to run its ‘Middle of Lidl’ weekly offers, but this week the bargains are centred around keeping you cool this summer. 

Lidl is selling six different types of electric fans this week. The cheapest retailing for £7.99.

If you are keen to snap one up you will have to visit a physical store. 


Argos is running its Summer Sale, which offers a discount on over 1000 goods.

Up for grabs is a Polygroup Summer Waves 10ft Quick Up Paddling Pool going for £30 down from £60. 

Additionally, punters can pick up a  Summer Waves Skip It Sprinkle for £9 marked down from £21. 


Britain’s largest supermarket is offering 50% off a range of paddling pools, garden toys, and swimming togs. 

But remember you will need to be signed up for a Tesco Clubcard to get the savings at the till. 

When signing up for the supermarket’s loyalty scheme you can either download the Tesco Grocery and Clubcard app to your Apple or Android device or register online.

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