ASDA has launched a huge summer sale with great savings on garden must-haves.
The retailer has made further reductions on sale items with some now priced from as little as 50p.
Womenswear, menswear, kids, home and outdoor items have all been reduced online.
We have picked out some of the best bits of the sale to give you a taste of what discounts to expect.
But it is important to bear in mind that in-store availability, prices and promotions can be different from those online.
So you might not get the same offers in your local Asda as available on the website – it’s worth ringing ahead if you are planning a visit to get a specific item to avoid disappointment.
Our top picks from the online Asda sale
Barbeque fans will be pleased to know that this hexagonal charcoal barrel grill has been reduced from £69 to £45 giving a saving of £24.
The description on the website says that it is “perfect for larger families” who want a traditional BBQ experience.
It has a hinged lid and steel warming rack and easy clean cooking grates, it also has wheels for easy storage.
Another summer garden must-have is the Novaro egg chair that has £100 off the original price.
The stylish garden accessory was previously selling at £249 but is now down to £149 in the sale.
It is made from steel and polyrattan and the covers are made from a weather-resistant fabric.
A selection of homewares have also been discounted and we found this Giles and Posner mini waffle maker reduced from £18 to just £12 saving £6 on the original price.
The electric waffle maker is small and compact in design so won’t take up too much room in your kitchen.
It pre-heats in around two minutes and has non-stick-coated cooking plates made for easy cleaning.
If you are thinking of having a garden party and want to spruce up your outdoor space for the summer you can also pick up a pack of four stainless steel solar lights for £10.50
The lights were previously £16 so you are saving £5.50 on the original price.
Another item that we picked out as a must-have bargain was a Tefal titanium 26cm grill pan.
The grill pan usually retails for £30 but is reduced to £18 in the sale giving a saving of just £12.
It is suitable for all hobs including induction, and the red thermo signal circle in the middle of the pan shows you when it is at the perfect temperature to start cooking.
Pizza lovers will also be pleased to know that there is a grill top pizza oven reduced from £49 to £34 giving a saving of £15 in the sale.
The pizza oven has been given a 4.6-star customer rating on the website with one customer saying it has given a “new dimension” to their BBQ.
The cheapest item we could find was in the clothing section.
A range of black and pink socks with personalised initials were reduced by 50%.
The socks were previously £1 and are now selling for just 50p.
One happy customer who had snapped up this deal said online: “Fabulous and at sale price too, great buy.”
When purchasing items online, consider that delivery costs start from £3.50, or you can choose to click and collect for free.
And do remember that prices and stock levels can change on a daily basis.
We always recommend shopping around to make sure you are getting the cheapest deal.
You can compare the cost of similar products from other retailers using price comparison tools like Google Shopping.
And remember it is only a bargain if it is something you were looking for in the first place.
If you are buying an item just because it is in the sale you are not saving money.
Asda is not the only retailer slashing prices at the moment.
Dunelm has had some great deals in its summer sale and shoppers have been rushing to buy “brilliant” homeware must-have scanning at £17.50 instead of £70.
And B&M has bargain hunters have recently been scouring the stores to get their hands on one bargain home item that is selling for just £1.
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