HANGING egg chairs have been selling out everywhere as shoppers flock to buy them.
Aldi's popular copy of the 1960s furniture piece came back in stock yesterday but the chair has already sold out again.
Most of the rattan style chairs feature a steel frame to help hold the seat while the chair itself is often made with a woven material.
But many of the popular places to buy these chairs on the cheap, like Argos and B&M, will often quickly sellout.
So shoppers have to act fast with these products as stock can disappear very quickly.
When Aldi's chair went on sale before its latest release on Sunday, shoppers were furious after a “technical issue” meant it went up for sale early – and sold out in minutes.
Home Bargains had extremely limited availability of a £99 version last year, which would make it one of the best bargain prices we've found the chair sold at.
But that one's been snapped up quickly too, and it is currently sold out online.
If you’re still keen to get your hands on one from those stores, sign up to their newsletters or product alerts to find out when they are back in stock.
Alternatively, you could try one of the below retailers – these are all in stock and some of the chairs are a steal for the prices they are listed at.
B&M – £175
B&M's Siena hanging egg chair is only available in larger stores, and you can't shop online at the retailer so you'll have to make the trip out to nab the bargain piece.
It's the cheapest option on the market right now so if you can venture out to your local B&M – you can use the store locator to find your closest – then you'll be able to grab a massive bargain.
The £175 chair is in stock for the time being but it's subject to availability so you'll have to be quick to nab one before they sell out.
Argos – £250
Argos' hanging egg chair is very limited in stock, the product isn't available for delivery to a lot of postcodes but you can use the tracker on the right of the listing to check if it can be shipped to your address.
The egg chair has a sturdy, reliable frame and can be disassembled easily for storage when not in use.
It's made from weatherproof metal meaning you can leave it out in the unpredictable English weather, and the fabric seat is made from rattan.
The chair is only £250, so it's one of the cheapest you can buy online but you will have to fork out an extra £6.95 if you can get it delivered to your home.
Amazon – £299
There are a host of third party sellers selling hanging egg chairs on Amazon, although many of them don't have any reviews, so do your research on the buyer carefully before handing over any money.
We found this Rimini Garden Basket Chair by Azuma for £299 but so far there are no reviews for this specific chair, but Amazon is limited when it comes to options that are in stock and this one you can get right now.
The egg shaped rattan hanging chair has a large metal stand and the £300 price includes a large navy blue cushion & head pillow.
The retailer says this one will take around six to ten days to get to you when you order but delivery is free.
Robert Dyas – £299.99
Unfortunately, all Robert Dyas products in the classic hanging egg chair shape are currently out of stock.
But if you're not fussed on your new furniture piece being perfectly rounded then this similar style triangular one could do the trick just as well, at a bargain price.
The chair is £300 and you could have it in your home as early as next week.
That's also via free delivery so you won't have to fork out for any extra charges either.
Wayfair – £419.99
Online furniture retailer Wayfair has a range of different hanging egg chairs on offer, but this one is the cheapest that's available right now.
Even though the more than £400 price tag is a steep increase compared to others on the market this one is actually reduced already on the Wayfair site.
The chair's full price is nearly £660 but its seen a drop of 36% now it's been reduced, so you could save £240 now the chair is on sale.
It has a sturdy metal base and a cosy, egg-shape seat suspended from a support arm.
And your purchase of the chair includes the funky coloured and cosy cushion too and another perk is that delivery is free.
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