Garden furniture deals: up to 70% off bistro sets, outdoor dining sets, and much more

Garden furniture deals are nearly sold out, but there are still some fantastic savings to be had if you know where to look. We've rounded up the top garden furniture sales to shop today

A contemporary garden sofa with grey cushions on a gravelled patio
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Looking for garden furniture deals? You've come to the right place. We've rounded up all the top garden furniture sales happening right now, including up to 70% off outdoor furniture at House of Fraser, up to 40% off on-trend garden furniture at La Redoute, and hefty discounts of up to £1,470 off outdoor dining sets at the Furniture Village. 

If you don’t want to miss out you will need to move fast though, as most of these deals aren't likely to be around for long.

You'll find some top tips on what to look out for when shopping for durable patio furniture in our guide to the best garden furniture, but if you're already ready to find a discounted outdoor dining set, bargain bistro set, discover some super savings on a garden sofa, or find great prices on a hanging egg chair, here's the Gardeningetc deals round-up.

Garden furniture deals: an A-Z of garden furniture sales happening now

La Redoute

La Redoute | SALE NOW ON
La Redoute's sales are always good, and the current pre-Christmas sale is no exception. The online retailer is offering up to 40% off online, which includes the brand's on-trend garden furniture. Just use code XMAS at the checkout.

Furniture Village

Furniture Village | SALE NOW ON
Furniture Village's garden furniture is very nearly sold out, but there are still a few garden dining sets and outdoor lounge sets well worth shopping, especially with savings of up to £1,470 on offer.

House of Fraser

House of Fraser | SALE NOW ON
Perhaps not the first place we'd think to look for garden furniture, but House of Fraser currently has some great deals on outdoor chairs, bistro sets, and garden tables in its up to 70% off sale.


Furniture123 | SALE ENDS SOON
The brand's up to 40% off sale is still going strong, with deals on outdoor coffee sets, sun loungers, garden benches, picnic tables, and more. Don't delay though, as discounts are likely to end soon.

Robert Dyas

Robert Dyas | SALE NOW ON
Robert Dyas currently has some great deals on garden benches and sofa sets and daybeds with savings of up to 60% off.

Garden furniture deals: today's best buys

By price: low to high

Culcita Torino Bistro Garden Patio Set

Culcita Torino Bistro Garden Patio Set | £69.99 £49.99 (save £20) at House of Fraser
This great value black metal bistro set is simple yet stylish. The powder-coated steel chairs are complemented by a circular table with glass top.

Royalcraft 2 Seat Garden Folding Bistro Set

Royalcraft 2 Seat Garden Folding Bistro Set | £129 £79 (save £40) at
This two-seater set is a brilliant buy for smaller outdoor spaces, including balconies and terraces. Its foldable design makes for easy storage and means you can maximise outdoor space whilst it's not in use.

FSC 3-Seater Garden Fence Bench

FSC 3-Seater Garden Fence Bench | £199.99 £89.99 (save £110) at Robert Dyas
Crafted from solid eucalyptus this three-seater wooden garden bench is now a brilliant price in Robert Dyas' garden bench sale. A decorative fretwork back and slatted seat adds just the right amount of detail.

Dudena 3-Piece Garden Set in Acacia Wood

Dudena 3-Piece Garden Set in Acacia Wood | £145 £108.75 (save £36.25) at La Redoute
Ideal for a smaller space, this sturdy acacia wood bistro folds away for space-saving storage when it's not in use. Choose from the natural acacia wood finish with a eucalyptus green, Prussian blue, black or white seat and tabletop for contrast.

Zeda Acacia Garden Bench

Zeda Acacia Garden Bench | £375 £281.25 (save £93.75) at La Redoute
This durable hardwood acacia garden bench will make an attractive addition to any outdoor space. Inspired by the iconic Adirondack shape, the 3-seater bench also has a matching sun lounger and a classic Adirondack lounge chair available to complete the look.

Monaco 4 Seater Casual Dining Set

Monaco 4 Seater Casual Dining Set | £599.99 £249.93 (save £350.06) at Robert Dyas
This rattan dining set offers four padded bench seats that tuck neatly away under the square glass-topped table top. Weatherproof PE rattan and a rust-resistant aluminium frame also ensure good durability.

Yaheetech Garden Hanging Egg Chair

Yaheetech Garden Hanging Egg Chair | £399.99 £309.99 (save £90) at Amazon
This year finding a hanging egg chair for the garden has been a bit of a mission, with the popular swinging seats selling out almost the instant they come into stock. That's why we're excited to find money off this decorative number which comes with comfortable chair cushions included.

Monaco 9-Seater Rattan Effect Corner Dining Set

Monaco 9-Seater Rattan Effect Corner Dining Set | £999.99 £849.99 (save £150) at Robert Dyas
This nine-seater rattan-effect corner sofa set with a rectangular dining table is a brilliant buy at the moment. The set includes three padded footstools that double as additional seats, and a glass-topped dining table with useful built-in parasol hole. 

When does garden furniture usually go on sale?

The best time to buy patio furniture in the sale is usually as the summer season is coming to an end between August and October. This is when retailers launch end of summer sales or mid-season sales to clear through old-season summer stock and free up space in-store and online for Christmas stock. 

Of course, that tends to mean that the weather for enjoying your new purchase is coming to an end, but if you don't mind storing your bargains away for the year ahead, then shopping at the end of the season is a great way to save cash – and get ahead of the curve before peak garden furniture prices hit down in March, April, and May.

Beyond that, there are a few other key times of the year to shop; both Black Friday and either the Boxing Day or January sales. 

Black Friday garden furniture deals

Often hailed as the biggest shopping day of the year, Black Friday falls on the last Friday of November, so the next time it will roll around is Friday 25th November 2022.

The term Black Friday originated in the US to denote the first day following Thanksgiving when retailers would cut prices to draw holidaymakers to shop their store's sales. Driven by global brands, the price-slashing event soon crossed the pond, and now Black Friday – closely followed by Cyber Monday – has become one of the UK's biggest consumer extravaganzas, rivaling traditional Boxing Day sales. 

The event has also spread to encompass more than one day, with many retailers now starting Black Friday discounting earlier and earlier each year.

Black Friday can sometimes be a hit-and-miss affair for garden furniture sales, as many lines have already sold out in the end of summer sales, but if there is still stock around it's likely to be a very good price.

Boxing Day and January garden furniture deals

Next up are Boxing Day, New Year's Day, or January sales. Again, by this time garden furniture pickings may be slim, with many lines having sold out earlier in the season, but it's also the time of year you're most likely to find the very best prices on last year's garden furniture, as retailers slash prices to clear the decks for new season stock. 

However, these dates aren't the only times to score a great deal on outdoor furniture, there can still be great deals that crop up the rest of the year too, and we're here to help you find them!

For the best discounts on all things outdoor-related, make sure to check out our other deals pages too. You'll find great lawn mower deals, money-saving hot tub deals, purse-friendly patio heater deals, plus lots more ways to save money on your outdoor space on the Gardeningetc website.

Amy Lockwood
Amy Lockwood

Amy writes about interiors, furniture and decor for a wide range of publications including Livingetc, Homes & Gardens, Ideal Home, and Real Homes. She now brings her design expertise outdoors into the garden for Gardeningetc. 

Initially honing her green thumb growing indoor plants in her first-floor apartment, she greatly appreciates the benefits we gain from coexisting with plants; considering how we can best balance our valuable outdoor spaces to restore health to our own patches of soil, boost diversity for plants and wildlife, and embrace outdoor living with design that helps us to relax, entertain and improve our overall wellbeing through relationship with nature.