Friday, 06 November 2009 05:01
Most North Americans these days are no doubt feeling at least some effects the financial cruch. In these times, 'Frivilous' spending on recreational items are usually the first to be reduced or eliminated from a budget. However, In a recent 'summer budget saver' article in the Financial Post, it would appear that consumers are finding the Inflatable hot tub to be a great recreational purchase to beat the recession blues:
"...And customers are not shying away from more expensive items either. One of the biggest hits of the summer at Wal-Mart is the "Bubble Spa," a four-person inflatable backyard hot tub that is about as frivolous a product as you could possibly find. Once it was marked down to $499 from $649, it started flying off the shelves, and is now all but sold out across Canada."There's no mistaking it, the value that an Inflatable Spa provides over a traditional hot tub cannot be beat. And if your fall plans included the purchase of a Hot tub for your home, why not save yourself thousands and go the Inflatable route instead!