Amazon Prime Day 2019 deals – Stunning 5-seater garden furniture for bargain price

Amazon Prime Day 2019 deals – Stunning 5-seater garden furniture for bargain price


AMAZON has slashed the price of a five-seater garden furniture set by £100 in the Prime Day sale.

The set now costs £229.99 down from £329.99 – but the deal is only around for two days so shoppers will need to be quick if they want to snap it up.


This 5-seater garden furniture set is £229.99 for Amazon Prime customers onlyThe garden set is made up of a three-seater sofa, an armchair, a glass-topped table and an extra stool seat.

It measures 182 x 65 x 71 cm, leaving plenty of room for the whole family to enjoy.

We searched around and found that a similar model at Wayfair would cost you three times the price, at £639.99.

In fact, the cheapest we found was a similarly-designed rattan furniture set from online retailer manomano that cost £278.99.

This price is exclusively for Amazon Prime customers only – you can sign up for the 30 day free trial to test it out and snap up this deal.

It will cost you £79 a year so remember to cancel before the trial runs out if you're not making the most of the discounts and deals.

Best Prime Day deals in 2019

We've taken the leg work out of Prime Day 2019 by rounding up some of the best deals for you

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Currently, Amazon has knocked £20 off the price of Prime's annual fee, meaning you can get it for £59 for the year if you sign up by July 16.

Apart from exclusive sales and offers, Prime members receive next day delivery for free on a range of items online.

We checked CamelCamelCamel and this five-seater garden furniture set last dropped down in price in April, during Amazon's spring sale.
It's never dropped below £211 so if you're in need of some new garden furniture, make the most of Prime Day with this offer.

We've rounded up the best Amazon Prime Day 2019 deals you should snap up now.

To find out more about subscribing to Amazon Prime, check out our costs and subscription lowdown.

Still unsure about Amazon Prime? Remember, you can get a 30-day trial for free.

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