Looking to buy a few last-minute garden bits? Whether you are after some new garden furniture – ready for summer 2021 – a new BBQ for an end of summer get-together, or maybe you are having a garden revamp and are after some new lighting. Whatever your needs, the Argos sale is the place to shop if you are on a tight budget.
We've been searching through the Argos home and garden sale and have spotted tonnes of bargains with prices starting from just a few pounds. And, luckily for you, we've highlighted our favourite picks and popped them below. There's even a lawnmower for under £60 in there, a smart Philips Hue outdoor light, and a gorgeous garden furniture set. We want it all!
Head to our dedicated best garden furniture guide for some more inspiration. Keep scrolling for the deals.
Argos Home Oval Steel Trolley Charcoal BBQ | Was £40, now £26.99 at Argos
Want to buy a BBQ? Don't have a lot of money to spend? This one from Argos is constructed from steel and it's perfect for cooking for up to six people at one time – it has a cooking area that's 38cm by 53cm. With a large cooking shelf and two side shelves, there's plenty of storage space, too. Cheap and cheerful.
Ryobi RLM3615 36cm Corded Rotary Lawnmower | Was £150, now £59 at Argos
A very cheap price for a rotary lawnmower, this Ryobi model may be corded but it performs well. With a 36cm cutting width and five cutting heights, it's super easy to achieve a well-mowed lawn. Not only that but it features a 45-litre grass cutting bin, and a 10-metre power cable. The best part? It completely folds away for easy storing.
Philips Fuzo Outdoor Wall Light | Was £74.99, now £63.99 at Argos
This modern outdoor light is currently a bargain. Connect it to a Philips Hue Bridge to control it via your smartphone, or link it with your Alexa to turn it on with your voice. You can set timers so it turns on at the same time each day, while it's dimmable too. Pretty and practical.
Argos Home Trenton 4 Seater Sofa Set | New low price of £225 at Argos
We've been eyeing up this gorgeous outdoor sofa set for a while now, and this is the cheapest price we've seen it for thus far. It comes with a two-seater sofa, two armchairs, and a sturdy table. It even comes with all cushions included, too. We love it!
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Annie is our Deputy Ecommerce Editor at Gardeningetc. With her shopping expertise influencing readers across the titles of Real Homes, Ideal Home, Homes & Gardens, Livingetc, and Woman & Home, Annie is always in the know of everything you need to buy for your outdoor space. She's on hand to inform avid gardeners when to buy whatever they are after — and from where. Annie's team cover shopping edits, buying guides, and gift guides on Gardeningetc, from striking outdoor lighting to pretty and practical bird feeders, or even a gift for a friend or family member who loves to garden — they cover it all. When she's at home, Annie is forever brainstorming ways to maximize space out on her delightfully private, yet teeny-tiny, London terrace. With her Pug, Doug, to entertain outdoors and a penchant for sitting outside and catching the sun, this job is proving itself to be never-ending. She's changed her mind many times when it comes to decorating this space, having made her own pallet garden furniture but now, settling for a gorgeous bamboo set from Argos. This year, she's hoping to entice bees and other insects into her garden by filling the sizeable walled planter that stretches from one end of her terrace to the other, with wildflowers and more. Otherwise, next on her to-buy list is a luxury fire pit for keeping warm in the guaranteed British summertime breeze.
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