10 BARGAINS To Keep You Warm This Winter from £4
With the cost of energy to heat your home at an all-time high and prices set to rise sharply again in April, you may be looking for cheap ways to keep warm without turning on your heating.
We have put together this list of things to hopefully help you keep warm for less.
If you feel warm you are less likely to want to turn your heating on so these thermal underwear picks will help keep you warm by trapping your body heat and not letting it escape.
Asda George have men's thermal base layers on offer £9 each or any 2 pieces for £14 making them £7 each and there is free click and collect to store too.
Choose from grey or black and includes long johns and long sleeved tops.
Women's options start from £4 and includes vests, socks, legging and long sleeve tops too.
Wear A Hat
Did you know that you around 7% of your bodies surface area is your head so wear a hat and trap that heat in! Pull it down over your eyes to conserve more heat.
These men's beanie hats are all £4 each with free click and collect at Matalan in 4 colours or you can get a pack of 2 for £5 - one to wash and one to wear!
These women's beanie hats in 3 different colours are £4 each with free click and collect at Matalan too
Changing your duvet in the winter and summer time can also help you save money on your heating and help you feel warmer too. 15 tog duvets are really warm and you can either use them on your bed or if you are lounging on your sofa. Select "15 Tog Rating" and "Polypropylene" material kind to get this prices on the drop down menu
Single - £15.99 Delivered
Double - £16.99 Delivered
King - £17.99 Delivered
Super King - £18.99 Delivered
They may seem old fashioned but they stay warm for ages and you can place where you feel the cold the most maybe your feet or your hands? Make sure you use with the cover as it stops it loosing it's heat so fast and stops you getting burnt as well. These are all just £5 with free click and collect from Asda George with the cover and come in lots of different styles. You can also use it to heat up your bed when you get in it too.
Thermal curtains are dual purpose as they insulate from drafts and the cold in the winter months and keep the sun out in the summer time so you don't need to take them down as they are useful all year round. These curtains feature a thermal coating and help to insulate your home through all seasons by blocking external heat in summer and prevent cool draughts in winter while providing added privacy.
Dunelm have 50% off these Wynter Jade Thermal eyelet curtains with free click and collect to store of free delivery over £49
116cm width x 182cm drop - Were £50 Now £25 Per Pair
228cm width x 137cm drop - Were £80 Now £40 Per Pair
228cm width x 228cm drop - Were £100 Now £50 Per Pair
Blankets & Oversized Snuggle Hoodies
Just having a blanket on you or around you will also help trap the heat in and will be magnified if you use it with a hot water bottle too. If you don't want to be tied down with a blanket then an oversized wearable snuggle hoodies are like a blanket that you wear so you can come around and still be warm but when you sit down, you can tuck your feet into them too.
Navy Chevron Textured Super Soft Extra Large Blanket - Was £14 Now £12 At Asda With Free C&C - Large 200cm x 220cm size so large enough for 2 people or you can fold in 2 for a double layer for extra warmth.
All these fleece blankets are around 120cm x 150cm so great for one person and they are only £5 each with free click and collect at Asda - why not get one for each member of the family?
All these oversized wearable hoodies start from £16 with free click and collect at Dunelm and are suitable for both men and women and one size fits most people too.
ASDA George offers free click and collect. But before you place your order, double check by entering your postcode that click and collect is available at your store. Standard delivery is free for orders over £50, or otherwise costs £2.95.
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