Groupon has slashed the price of garden furniture and you can pick up a set from £90

GROUPON has a range of garden furniture on sale right now and the discounts mean you can pick up a bistro set for as little as £90.

The deals website has slashed prices to help Brits upgrade their outside spaces and enjoy the summer weather to come.

You don't have to have an account with Groupon to buy any of the sets as you can choose to checkout as a guest.

Delivery is free for almost all of the garden furniture items but it can vary between listings as the items are sold through third-party suppliers.

You'll need to check the small print for each product to make sure you're not hit with any hidden costs that eat into your savings.

Only shoppers living in mainland UK qualify for delivery, so you'll need to make alternative arrangements if you live in the very northern regions of Scotland.

How to compare prices to get the best deal

JUST because something is on offer, or is part of a sale, it doesn’t mean it’s always a good deal.

There are plenty of comparison websites out there that'll check prices for you – so don't be left paying more than you have to.

Most of them work by comparing the prices across hundreds of retailers.

Here are some that we recommend:

  • Google Shopping is a tool that lets users search for and compare prices for products across the web. Simply type in keywords, or a product number, to bring up search results.
  • Price Spy logs the history of how much something costs from over 3,000 different retailers, including Argos, Amazon, eBay and the supermarkets. Once you select an individual product you can quickly compare which stores have the best price and which have it in stock.
  • Idealo is another website that lets you compare prices between retailers. All shoppers need to do is search for the item they need and the website will rank them from the cheapest to the most expensive one.
  • CamelCamelCamel only works on goods being sold on Amazon. To use it, type in the URL of the product you want to check the price of.

But it's worth comparing prices and shopping around to get the best deal first, as even though the items are in the sale it doesn't make them the best bargain you can get.

We've rounded up some of the bargain sets you can purchase from Groupon now, so check them out below.

Three-Piece Sussex Bistro Garden Furniture Set

  • Was: £93.99. Now: £89.99. Save: £4 (4%) – buy now

This bistro set has a compact design, which is ideal for the smallest outdoor spaces and even though it's slimline, it is said to be deceptively sturdy.

Each piece in the set can be folded flat for storage, which makes it great for balconies or small gardens.

This one comes with free delivery too.

You can save money by shopping as Argos, where a similar set costs just £50, making it £39.99 cheaper than Groupon's offer.

Stock is limited though so you'll have to be quick to nab the cheaper deal.

Three-Piece Rattan-Effect Garden Furniture Set

  • Was: £349.99. Now: £159.98. Save: £190.01 (54%) – buy now

This rattan set includes two single armchairs and a coffee table with glass top, and the Groupon deal means you can pick it up for more than half price.

Only the black version of the set is available to buy as the brown rattan has sold out.

There is some self-assembly required too, but if you're a whiz with DIY then you'll make a great saving with the bargain and you can have the set delivered for free.

You can pick up an almost identical set from Wayfair for £224 – even though the set is around £64 more expensive, you do get free one-day delivery with your purchase.

Roma Four-Seat Rattan-Effect Garden Furniture Set

  • Was: £599.99. Now: £199. Save: £400.99 (66%) – buy now

The only colour option left in stock for this set is in brown but you'll get two-thirds off price.

The set includes a two-seater sofa, two armchairs and table with clear glass top all in the popular rattan style that is designed to be all-weather proof.

There is an option for you to purchase a cover with this order too for an extra £20, that will ensure the cushions, that are also included, can remain protected.

You can buy an almost identical set from Amazon for £220, there's even a grey and black option available for the price too.

But Amazon's set is £20 more expensive than Groupon's deal although it does come with free delivery, Groupon's also has free delivery included so you'll have to weigh up the £20 difference.

Four-Piece Rattan-Effect Garden Furniture Set

  • Was: £555.99. Now: £239.99. Save: £269.01 (53%) – buy now

This rattan lounge set is similar to the brown option above but it comes in black and from a different supplier.

The rattan material is designed to be weatherproof and easy to clean and the set is UV light-resistant.

It comes with a sofa, two single armchairs and one coffee table and padded cushions with removable and washable covers and delivery is free for the set.

You can buy a similar set from Argos for only £200,shaving £40 off the price of Groupon's version.

You can also save on delivery costs by opting for free clickand collect with Argos.

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If you're looking for more discount furniture inspiration then there's a "secret" code you can use to get a garden bar and BBQ gazebo for only £175 from Home Essentials.

We also found that B&M was selling a garden furniture set cheaper than Argos's bistro design and one from Aldi too, for only £45.

Plus if you're having trouble finding a cheap hot tub to add to your garden upgrade this summer, Asda is selling a one for £350.

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