Tesco is selling an air bed complete with electric pump for only £7.50 down from £45

TESCO is selling an Intex airbed for a bargain £7.50, down from £45.

The same airbed is currently listed as full price online, suggesting the blow up bed has been discounted in store as part of a clearance sale.

Clearance sale products usually mean stock varies by store, so you'll want to be quick to snap it up.

But shoppers who spot one in store can snap up the inflatable bed six times cheaper than the online price tag, saving them £37.50.

It comes complete with a built in electric pump so you won't have to purchase that as extra either.

The bed has a raised pillow element too, and it is a twin size, but you can only pick up the discount in-store.

The bargain price was spotted on Extreme Bargains on Facebook where one user found the air bed in a Tesco branch in Thanet.

Clearance stock can vary from store to store so it's not guaranteed you'll find the air bed in your local Tesco.

Plus, the reduced price tag means it's unlikely to come back into stock once its sold out. When The Sun checked online, the bed was already unavailable in some stores.

The next cheapest option we could find was one of the supermarket's own brand airbeds, where prices start at £10, meaning you really are getting a good deal in the clearance sale.

The same inflatable mattress can be found on Amazon for £45 as well, and we found a similar version on Argos but this one is £70, so it's nearly 10 times as expensive as the Tesco clearance item.

If you order the Intex airbed online, you'll have to pay full price plus an extra £4.50 for delivery charges too.

And it might also cost you an extra £1.50 to use the store's click and collect service if you decide to go for that instead.

To save the most cash, you'll need to visit your nearest branch to check if they have them in stock.

You can find your nearest branch using the store locator tool here.

You'll also find the branch's contact details, so it might be worth calling ahead to see if they have them in stock before heading out.

The store has sold big brand sleep gear before when it reduced a Silentnight electric blanket from £30 to £5 in its clearance sale.

Last week Tesco also launched a £150 egg chair after Aldi’s hanging version sold out.

The store also launched a promotion giving out free iPhones and Samsungs.

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