Cheap hot tub anyone? There are STILL Lay-Z-Spa inflatable tubs on sale online (just about)

The best cheap deals on inflatable hot tubs and permanent tubs for your lockdown garden

Best cheap hot tub deals
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Good news: this week is a scorcher, and next week looks promising too. Even better news: somehow, despite claiming to have 'low stocks' for the last 3 months, somehow Argos is still seemingly able to sell you a Lay-Z-Spa inflatable hot tub.

Argos and a few other online shops still have cheap hot tub deals lined up. And also somewhat less cheap hot tub deals, if you want to get serious about your outdoor spa action. To save you any further reading, these are by far your best options.

• Buy Lay-Z-Spa St Moritz 5-7 Person Hot Tub at Argos for £600

• Buy Lay-Z-Spa Bali at Argos for £400

• Buy Lay-Z-Spa Cancun at Argos for £320

Browse more hot tubs at Argos

• Amazon has the Lay-Z-Spa Hawaii 6-person square inflatable spa from £1,287

Bigger spenders might also enjoy this non-inflatable but allegedly 'portable' hot tub from Argos' range. 

• Buy Canadian Spa Co Swift Current at Argos for £1250

This lockdown summer, hot tubs – especially the more convenient and affordable inflatable hot tubs – are as sought after as toilet paper and hand sanitizer, as people behold their featureless gardens and think, 'I really must buy a hot tub… and one of the best barbecues while I'm at it.'  

The question however, is where can you buy a hot tub? There are a few places left with online ordering and delivery, but er… do get a move on. Unfortunately both the shops themselves and our pricing widgets are unable to keep pace with the hot tub buying frenzy that has taken place.

For that reason, my big recommendation is you cross your fingers and head to Argos. However, Wayfair does also have a few hot tubs left – but even its cheapest one costs £4,700 – although Wayfair does have cheap garden swimming pools left. 

Wayfair had loads of the best hot tubs a month ago; there's been something of a hot tub shopping frenzy.

Browse inflatable spas, pools and more at Wayfair – from just £52.99

Amazon or B&Q? Forget about it, unless you live near a B&Q store that has re-opened – and only then if that branch has stock. 

Buy hot tubs at Argos

Until recently, Argos had a bizarrely massive selection of hot tubs available for delivery ‘within 21 days’.

Its range includes tubs from Lay-Z Spa, which is like the Volkswagen of tubbage – all other shops seem to have sold out of them. Even Lay-Z-Spa online has a permanent queue of at least 10 minutes, and no stock when you finally get in. 

Argos, however, has two Lay-Z-Spa tubs left, from £320. Specifically, the Lay-Z-Spa Bali 2-4 person hot tub for £400. Argos also has the Lay-Z-Spa Cancun for £320. Whether it can deliver them to you depends where in the UK you are. If you want the Lay-Z-Spa Miami, that has sold out everywhere. The Paris? No. Any Lazy-Z-Spa tub named after any other party town? Uh-uh. 

• Shop all remaining Lay-Z-Spa hot tubs at Argos

Argos also stocks the wares of Canadian Spa Co, which is like the Mercedes of outdoor heated aquatics. The good news here is that in certain areas the relatively affordable Swift Current Portable spa seems to be back in stock.

• Shop all remaining Canadian Spa Co hot tubs at Argos from £1,249

Buy hot tubs at Wayfair: stocks are LOW

Until recently, you could also choose from a wide range of the world's best hot tubs, cheap at Wayfair. However, we now have bad news for you if you're looking for a bargain: the cheaper ones all sold out. Right now the most affordable hot tubs you can buy at Wayfair cost over £4,000 and since you missed their sale last month, this is your current entry point:

• Buy Canadian Spa Co Kelowna 4-Person 21-Jet Plug and Play Spa with LED Light for £4600 at Wayfair

Please note that Wayfair brackets hot tubs, spas and pools together under one heading – all the more affordable options are what we would call pools rather than hot tubs.

• Shop all remaining pools and hot tubs at Wayfair from £55 to £29,400 (!)

The fact that Wayfair still has some stock – albeit a lot less than last month – and the ability to deliver it, free (on orders over £40) is still not to be underestimated. 

Buy hot tubs at Amazon

Well, you probably can't actually. Amazon has sold out of tubs under £1,000 although it does have this nice family pool for £250. But hey – you can get some more expensive tubs (£1500 to £5000+) and some great hot tub cleaning products! 

• Shop the rest of's hot tubs and pools 

In the USA?

Home Depot has an awesome selection of the very finest hot tubs

As does Lowes, which also does a nice line in overground pools

Alternatively, scroll down to the bottom of the page for more US-specific deals from all our retailer partners.

Today's best hot tub deals around the web

The Spaceship Spa: really taking off right now

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• Shop other remaining Lay-Z-Spa hot tubs from £320 at Argos

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Duncan Bell

Duncan is the former lifestyle editor of T3 and has been writing about tech for almost 15 years. He has covered everything from smartphones to headphones, TV to AC and air fryers to the movies of James Bond and obscure anime. His current brief is everything to do with the home and kitchen, which is good because he is an excellent cook, if he says so himself. He also covers cycling and ebikes – like over-using italics, this is another passion of his. In his long and varied lifestyle-tech career he is one of the few people to have been a fitness editor despite being unfit and a cars editor for not one but two websites, despite being unable to drive. He also has about 400 vacuum cleaners, and is possibly the UK's leading expert on cordless vacuum cleaners, despite being decidedly messy. A cricket fan for over 30 years, he also recently become T3's cricket editor, writing about how to stream obscure T20 tournaments, and turning out some typically no-nonsense opinions on the world's top teams and players.

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