WOWCHER has slashed the price of its BBQ fire pit grills down to just £28 each.
The garden furniture, which is sold by Direct2Publik, used to cost £74 so you'll be saving £45 – or 62 per cent – in the offer.
The square fire pit can be used as a centre piece to keep you warm when dining al fresco.
But it can also be used to cook your dinner by placing the grill on top of the pit to turn it into a BBQ.
It's ideal for cooking your sausages, burgers and corn on the cobs so you can really enjoy the last of the summer evenings.
The square fire pit, which measures 45cm long and stands 34cm tall, also comes with a mesh safety lid to protect you while you sit around it.
Things to look out for when buying a voucher
SHOPPERS can sometimes save cash by buying a voucher than can be redeemed at certain retailers.
But there are a few things you should look out for before parting with your cash or you could end up out of pocket.
- Check for an expiry date. If you can't claim the voucher before it runs out then it wouldn't be worth buying it. You may be able to extend it but retailers often charge a fee to do this, which will cancel out some of your savings.
- Shop around to make sure the offer really is as good as it sounds and you can't buy it cheaper elsewhere.
- Look out for any extra costs in the small print. Often, you'll have to fork out more for delivery, which will eat into your savings.
- Check for any terms and conditions that may mean you aren't able to redeem it, such as that it's only allowed to be used on certain days of the week.
- Spend the voucher sooner rather than later. If a company goes bust, you'll be added to a long list of creditors who are owed cash,
- Make sure to keep it safe. If you're not planning on spending it for a while, be sure not to lose it or it could end up being a waste of money.
While the offer on Wowcher looks tempting, we actually found that you can buy the same make and model of fire pit from Amazon.
The third party seller, Bargains-Galore, has knocked a fiver off the price making it £24.95, down from £29.95. That's £3 less than Wowcher's price tag.
You'll also be saving on delivery too, which is free on Amazon, compared to the £5.99 charged by the retailer when redeeming the Wowcher voucher.
If you're still set on the Wowcher offer, to get the deal you'll need to buy the voucher and then use it to buy from the retailer directly.
There are some things you should be aware of though before parting with your cash.
The voucher is only valid until September 6 2020 so if you buy one today, you'll need to make sure you've ordered the fire pit in the next 10 days.
If you miss the deadline, the voucher will be invalid and you would have wasted £28 as you won't be able to get a refund.
It's also worth noting delivery excludes the Isle of Man, Channel Islands, Scottish Islands, Scottish Highlands and Northern Ireland.
Fire pits have proved popular this summer as the coronavirus lockdown has meant that most of us have been spending more time at home.
Earlier this month, Lidl brought back its sellout fire pit that only cost £25, although it didn't come with the BBQ feature.
Back in April, Aldi stocked a range of the garden must-haves where prices started at £49.99 each.
In fact, we put together a round up of the best fire pits of the year, including this stylish Swedish log.
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