Homebase shoppers rush to buy garden sofa set scanning for £72 off | The Sun

HOMEBASE shoppers have been rushing out to buy a garden sofa set scanning for £72 off.

The Alexandria rattan sofa set is selling for £288 on the retailer's website, down from £360.

It includes a table, sofa with cushion and corner lounger with cushion.

Customers can choose from two colours – Grey or Natural.

The set comes with a 3.8 out of five star rating on Homebase's website too, with four five star reviews.

One customer said: "I love this piece of furniture. It was a great price.

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"Speedy delivery and really easy to put together. It looks stylish and fits really well in anyone's garden."

A second happy shopper added: "Needed some comfortable seating for the garden at a reasonable cost.

"This filled the bill and arrived very quickly."

You can order the set online to pick up at your local store, if they have it in stock, for free.

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Plus, you also get free delivery as the item is over £100.

Of course, it's worth shopping around when you're buying something like this, as even though you're getting £72 off, it's not cheap.

You can use the Google Shopping tab to see is there's anything else out there cheaper.

We couldn't find any other retailers selling the exact same set as Homebase, but there are some similar sets out there.

However, we couldn't find anything cheaper.

Argos is selling a four-seater set for £288 while Aldi has one on sale for £300.

How else can I save money this spring?

If you're looking to spruce up your garden for less this spring, you don't have to fork out hundreds of pounds.

You can save money by keeping an eye on Facebook groups such as Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK.

Shoppers often upload photos and posts of bargain buys they have found online or at a local store.

You can try the B&M Bargains, Extreme Money Saving Deals and Latest Deals, Extreme Couponing and Bargains Group Facebook groups too.

Meanwhile, price-tracking websites can be helpful in seeing how much a product has sold for over a certain period of time and whether it's worth buying it now.

You should check PriceRunnerUK, PriceSpy and CamelCamelCamel.

Plus, you can always go direct to company's websites if you were planning on buying something from there anyway to see if they have any offers on.

For example, B&M currently has an Easter sale on on some of its garden products.

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In other news, shoppers are rushing to buy a B&M air fryer that's selling for £50 off.

Meanwhile, a major retailer is set to close one of its branches within days.

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