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Argos Slashes The Price Of Its Gazebo With Built-In Bar By Over £130

Argos Slashes The Price Of Its Gazebo With Built-In Bar By Over £130

If you've ever been sitting it your garden and thought: "You know what this gazebo needs? A bar," then it's your lucky day as Argos has dropped the price of its popular garden set by over £130.

The company's gazebo with a built-in bar now costs just £197.99, down from £330. That's a very pleasing saving of £132.

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Argos's Home Bar Gazebo, Table & Chairs Set features an gazebo with a bar and two stools, both in a sleek grey colour.

Credit: Argos
Credit: Argos

Chic, don't you think?

The bar includes a toughened glass top and two mesh metal shelves underneath covered with durable fabric curtains, while the metal frame of the gazebo features a built-in wine rack and ventilated roof. How smart.

But be warned, it's probably not suitable for tiny gardens, as the gazebo measures 250cm x 244cm x 244cm (8.2 x 8.x 8 feet), while the table is 105cm x 50cm x 205cm (3.5 x 1.6 x 8.2 feet).

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Credit: Argos
Credit: Argos

If you can see yourselves entertaining guests underneath the fancy garden add-on, then you'll want to get a move on as the offer is expected to last until Tuesday, 4th June.

So far, customers seem to be happy with the gazebo-bar hybrid. The product has received five stars out of three reviews on the website, with one shopper saying: "Well worth the money and very easy to assemble."

Credit: Argos
Credit: Argos

Another reviewer, Julie from Devon, said it took her four hours to assemble, calling it "definitely a two person assembly." Despite finding the instructions difficult to understand, she said: "Great now finished and looking forward to having a drink now [sic]."

And if you're not happy with a bar alone there are loads of other garden gadgets that have gained attention recently.

Yes, this summer seems to be the summer of affordable garden wares, with high street brands and supermarkets offering their own versions of would-be expensive products.

Credit: Lidl
Credit: Lidl

Just weeks ago, Lidl and Tesco found themselves in a price war with their garden hot tubs.

Lidl reduced the price of its from £299 to £249, making it cheaper than similar offerings from Tesco, costing £265 knocked down from £385, and Aldi, costing £349.99.

Gazebo? Check. Bar? Check. Jacuzzi? Check. Now just sit back and wait for the requests to come and hang our in our garden roll in...

Featured Image Credit: Argos

Topics: Stylish, Summer, Home, Style News, Argos

Ciara Sheppard

Ciara is a freelance journalist working for Pretty 52. After graduating from the University of Sussex, Ciara worked as a writer at GLAMOUR Magazine and later as the Assistant Editor of Yahoo Style UK. Please contact her on ciarasheppard@hotmail.co.uk.

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