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DIY bean bag (180x140cm waterproof - outdoor use) fill it yourself £8.26 (plus £3 postage) Plain lazy
DIY bean bag (180x140cm waterproof - outdoor use) fill it yourself £8.26 (plus £3 postage) Plain lazy

DIY bean bag (180x140cm waterproof - outdoor use) fill it yourself £8.26 (plus £3 postage) Plain lazy

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Ok so you're paying £8.26 plus postage for an empty bean bag - but its a massive outdoor water resistant bean bag!!
Plain lazy recommend you buy the polystyrene balls from custompac.com - but dunelm also sell balls at £7.99 a bag (you'll need 4) dunelm-mill.com/sho…342
Factoring all this into account:
bean bag: £11.26 (with postage)
polystyrene balls (£7.99 x 4 = 31.96)
This is considerably cheaper than you can buy this size waterproof bean bag for!!
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FRDLVRY for free delivery as well & 5% quidco

I had to add my address select shipping method (1st class) then go back a stage and add the voucher. As it said not valid initally, as there was no p&p added to the basket at the first stage... I was checking out as a guest

So can be had for £8.26 all in.. not £11.26 might want to amend the total OP
- DavieDeal

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This sounds like a lot of effort for a product coming from a company called plain lazy.

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VISHY

This sounds like a lot of effort for a product coming from a company … This sounds like a lot of effort for a product coming from a company called plain lazy.


i agree... but will look fab in the garden in the summer

Whites not the best colour for the garden.... but for this price I don't care!

FRDLVRY for free delivery as well & 5% quidco

I had to add my address select shipping method (1st class) then go back a stage and add the voucher. As it said not valid initally, as there was no p&p added to the basket at the first stage... I was checking out as a guest

So can be had for £8.26 all in.. not £11.26 might want to amend the total OP


Edited by: "DavieDeal" 20th Dec 2014

Cold due to total cost. I got XXXL bean bag with filling for 32 pounds including delivery and it's 180 x 140 cm.
Plus it's a Union Jack not plain white.

so, it's a water proof sack that you fill yourself, eg,get the winter duvets out...?

topcashback gives 8% plus free delivery using code FRDLVRY (the code didn't work first time but I tried it again further into the checkout process and it was accepted)

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That's what I got but a bit cheaper. Just sitting on my bean bag now

DavieDeal

Whites not the best colour for the garden.... but for this price I don't … Whites not the best colour for the garden.... but for this price I don't care! FRDLVRY for free delivery as well & 5% quidcoI had to add my address select shipping method (1st class) then go back a stage and add the voucher. As it said not valid initally, as there was no p&p added to the basket at the first stage... I was checking out as a guest So can be had for £8.26 all in.. not £11.26 might want to amend the total OP



Ahhhh - I tried to use this delivery code yesterday and failed, so assumed it was expired. Thanks I'll try this method.

Can confirm you have to select the postage first (in checkout) then afterwards go back to the initial checkout screen and insert the free delivery code. Continue through the other screens back to postage, where it also lets you select 1st class delivery for free instead of £4.50.
Even when fully logged in, it doesn't let you apply the free delivery until after the postage has been selected.

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