SMART shoppers are running to Argos to pick up an energy-saving product that costs from just 1p a night to run.
The retail giant sells electric blankets that should cost you just pennies to run.
Slumberdown’s Comfy Cozy Nights and Perfectly Warm electric blankets are in stock online in several sizes.
The Perfectly Hot single costs £50 while the double costs £65.
The Comfy Cozy Nights single costs £45, the double £60 and the king £75.
Although they are not the cheapest electric blankets out there now, they will cost you from just 1p a night to run.
Of course, this can depend on the setting and how long you leave it on, but it’s worth considering if splashing out on this cover now could save you money on energy bills in the future.
You have to hurry though – Argos used to sell another blanket from the same brand but that is now out of stock.
The store also sold another Slumberdown electric blanket – Warm Hugs – for just £30 but that is now out of stock online.
Although it might be worth popping into your local Argos to see if it’s in stock there.
You’ll pay extra for Argos home delivery, which starts from £3.95, but click and collect is free.
However, don’t forget to shop around and compare prices to get the best deal.
We couldn’t find the blanket anywhere else for cheaper, but if you find it elsewhere, then that retailer may be offering other deals that could help you save some money.
The Comfy Cozy Nights blanket has three heat settings and heats up in just five minutes, and can be kept on all night.
Similarly, the Perfectly Warm blanket can also be left on all night but has nine heat settings.
There’s also an overheat protection feature for safety and a two-year manufacturer’s warranty on both.
But best of all they’re cheap to run – and could help you keep your energy bill down this winter.
Customers who bought the blanket thought it was “brilliant” and highly recommended it.
Energy bills are currently capped at £2,500 a year for the average household, although this will change in April.
The weather has dropped drastically lately and people need to find ways to spend as little as possible while also staying warm.
We recently wrote about nine ways to lower energy bills while staying warm this cold season.
For example, make sure you only heat the room you’re in – don’t waste money on unused rooms.
Keep the flow temperature and your thermostat low.
Think about what you can do to reduce drafts in your house – cover windows and cracks in floorboards, and consider buying drafts.
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