The best hot tub deals 2024

Be the envy of your neighbours with the best hot tub deals.

Best hot tub deals 2024

by Hannah Mellin |
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Hot tubs are an accessible way to wind down and relax in your backyard, and we've got the best hot tub deals available to make your dream outdoor spa way more affordable. You don't need to wait for a staycation to live the high life. Hot tubs have become an accessible luxury and are more readily available than ever before, but you don't want to spend hundreds or even thousands of pounds on a hot tub that doesn't suit your needs or budget. Even better, there are always hot tub deals around to get the most out of your money and expectations.

We've scoured the internet to find some of the best hot tub deals still on that are currently available online - from hard shell hot tubs to more versatile and inexpensive inflatable hot tubs. There's also a mix of different capacities too, and huge hot tub brands, including CleverSpa and Lay-Z-Spa hot tubs.

The best hot tub deals right now:

• Amazon: Today's deals
• The Range: Hot tubs and spas
• Very: Save £100s on Lay-Z-Spa hot tubs
Currys: Discounts on hot tubs
Outdoor Living: Huge savings on hot tubs

There is so much to consider when shopping around for a hot tub, including price, space, longevity, energy consumption, and how many people you can squeeze in for a dip. Take a look through our selections so you can find the perfect hot tub deal to suit your needs.

All discounts are correct at the time of publishing.

The best hot tub deals 2024:


Lay-Z Spa AirJet Hawaii 6 Person Hot Tub
Price: £349.97 (was £699)

This spacious hot tub is designed for up to six people to enjoy the ultimate outdoor experience. It can be set up in under 10 minutes, and once running, offers a 140 AirJet massage system.


  • Quick set-up
  • Low running costs


  • Only 140 jets

The Barbados AirJet is all about energy efficiency. It's a cosy option that can comfortably seat four people. This high-tech choice can be controlled via Wi-Fi and is even voice control-enabled.


  • Wi-Fi control
  • Voice control


  • Only 120 jets

Save £299
Price: £299.97 (was £598.97)

One of the best inflatable hot tubs on the market, the Lay-Z-Spa Vegas hot tub is quick and easy to set up, holds up to six people and has a 140 Airjet massage system. Plus, it currently has a whopping saving at Appliances Direct.


  • Free weatherproof cover
  • Freeze Shield technology


  • No cup holders

Save £229

LayZ spa
Price: £269.97 (was £498.97)

Small and mighty and with loads of positive reviews, the Lay-Z-Spa Miami Hot Tub includes a soothing 120 AirJet system, giving you an all-surrounding massage experience for pure relaxation and freeze-shield technology that means you can enjoy your hot tub all year round.


  • Built-in timer
  • Touch controls


  • No moulded seating

Save £800

Jacuzzi® J210™ - 4 Person Hot Tub
Price: £4,999 (was £5,799)

This compact, round, space-saving hot tub would be ideally placed in smaller spaces like patios, balconies, or terraces. Four people can enjoy multiple massage jets, LED mood lighting, and comfortable built-in seating.


  • LED lighting
  • Built-in seating


  • Only for four people

Save £100

LAY-Z-SPA Paris AirJet Inflatable Hot Tub - White
Price: £399 (Was £499)

Enjoy chilling out in your back garden with the Lay-Z-Spa Paris AirJet Inflatable Hot Tub, now over half-price off. This popular tub can fit six people and the integrated LED lights mean you can use it way past dusk.


  • Auto shut-off
  • LED light strip


  • Instructions aren't the clearest

On sale

Jacuzzi® J335IP
Price: £11,999 (was £12,749)

The Jacuzzi J335 range is an impressive six-seater hot tub that will level up your outdoor living lifestyle to live like a millionaire. This rigid tub offers some exciting tech, such as Bluetooth music streaming and an easy-to-use digital display.


  • Bluetooth music streaming
  • Available in three finishes


  • Large footprint

Save £35.50

Arebos hot tub Arebos/The Range
Price: £319.49 (was £354.99)

This Arebos hot tub automatically inflates for quick and easy set-up. It's suited to four people who can enjoy temperatures of up to 40 degrees and bubbles from 100 jets. Temperature is controlled via a convenient LED panel.


  • LED lighting
  • Self-inflating


  • Accessories sold separately

Intex hot tub Intex/Very

If you like to have friends round to enjoy a relaxing soak in your hot tub, this Intex option can fit an impressive eight people for a spa party. It has 180 heated bubble jets to help soothe you after a tough day. You can set this tub's temperature on the control panel from 20 to 40 degrees.


  • 180 heated bubble jets
  • 8 person capacity


  • Large pump

Aqua Spirit hot tub Aqua Spirit/B&Q
Price: £319.99

This is a budget-friendly option from B&Q that won't break the bank. This is a great choice for families as it can comfortably fit four adults and two kids. You get everything you need to set-up your outdoor spa area with this option including an insulating clip-on cover and a handy groundsheet.


  • Ground sheet included
  • 1,000-litre capacity


  • Warranty is only six months


How expensive is it to run a hot tub?

This all depends on how much you intend to use your hot tub and which model you choose. Overall, hot tubs can be quite expensive to run; however, some models have high-tech energy-saving systems which can maintain the temperature. If you do your research, most brands will have calculated the average weekly running cost so you have an idea of what you're getting yourself in for. The running price of a hot tub is also dependent on how high your temperature is set, where you live and how warm it is outside.

What temperature is best for a hot tub?

The majority of hot tub users like their water temperature to range between 36°C and 38°C, however, the ideal temperature will depend on a variety of factors, including body temperature, weather conditions, and a number of health and safety risks.

Some hot tubs can be set at a temperature of 26°C, but this would only be appropriate if it's a hot summer's day and you want to use your tub to cool off. It is important to remember that a hot tub is meant to warm you up, not cool you down.

How long are hot tubs meant to last?

Hot tubs, if well looked after, can last for a good five years or even more. Experts generally say that hot tubs can last anywhere from 5-20 years or more. Cheaper inflatable hot tubs made with lower-quality materials won't last long. If those hot tubs are not well maintained, they may not last more than 5 years. Quality hot tubs that receive excellent care can be enjoyed for as long as 20 or more years.

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Hannah Mellin is a Homes & Garden Product Writer for Modern Gardens, A Modern Kitchen, Yours and Take A Break. She has been working in the Journalism industry for over a decade and has written for an array of brands including John Lewis, Daily Mirror and Grazia. When she's not writing, researching or testing products, she's renovating her Victorian terrace and chilling in the garden with her sausage dog Waffle.

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