SHOPPERS have been rushing out to buy one particular product that is selling at a 70% discount and perfect for spring.
Studio customers can pick up a pair of Culcita zero gravity reclining garden loungers for just £37 online, down from £119.99.
The retailer's website says the product is selling fast too, so you'll have to be quick.
There's a charge for delivery – when we looked at ordering to South East London it was £4.99.
The bargain was spotted by one eagle-eyed shopper who posted a photo of the deal on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group.
A number of shoppers have commented saying the original post prompted them to buy the loungers.
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One person said: "Thank you, just ordered mine," while another added: "Thanks, just ordered."
Meanwhile, others who already have the chairs, are full of praise for them.
One person said: "I have had these a few years. Love mine."
Another happy customer added: "Had mine nearly three years, they're a fab buy."
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Of course, you should always shop around when looking at buying something like this.
Just because Studio is selling them for £37 that doesn't mean you can't get them cheaper elsewhere.
That said, we couldn't find them for a better price than Studio.
For example, House of Fraser is selling the same set for £37, although delivery is a whopping £19.99.
Sports Direct also has the loungers in stock for the same price. But again, the delivery charge is £19.99.
It comes as Sainsbury's customers rush out to buy another outdoor essential scanning at the tills for £1 instead of £18.
Meanwhile, Asda is selling a giant 11 litre air fryer for less than £70.
If you are looking for extra ways to nab a massive discount next time you're out shopping, there's a few things you can do.
Asda, B&M, Tesco and Sainsbury's all offer customers scanner apps that show you if a product is discounted or not before buying it.
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There's also a number of Facebook groups where members share photos of bargains they've found while out shopping.
The Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group is a good start, but there's dozens of others out there.
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