Cheapest electric blankets from Argos and B&M to buy as temperatures drop – and prices start at £25
ELECTRIC blankets can be a cheap way of keeping warm when temperatures drop.
If you're trying to cut back on using the central heating this winter due to rising energy bills, an electric blanket could be a handy alternative.
That's because they don't cost very much to run and you can warm up without having to heat the whole house.
Last Friday the new energy price cap, set annually by Ofgem, came into force, resulting a hike of £139 in bills for many households.
Do some research and compare prices before you make a purchase to make sure you're getting the best value for money.
Prices vary – with some as low as £25 but others well above £100 – and there are also different types and sizes of electric blanket to consider.
B&M Silentnight Winter Warmer Electric Blanket – Double
- Price: £24.99 – buy now
B&M is selling this double electric blanket for just £25 – which was the best deal available at the time of writing.
The blanket takes just a few minutes to warm up and has three temperature settings, as well as protection against overheating.
B&M doesn't offer online shopping so you'll have to head to the shops to pick up this electric blanket.
You can check stock levels online and find your nearest B&M store here.
Amazon Cosi Home Premium Comfort Single Electric Blanket
- Price: £28.99 – buy now
This electric blanket option goes underneath your sheet to warm up your whole bed.
It has a remote control with three heat settings and a detachable cord for easy washing.
It was the second cheapest electric blanket we could find, but the £28.99 price is for a single bed and will cost more in larger sizes.
If you're in a rush to beat the cold, you'll be pleased to know free next day delivery is available for this product.
John Lewis Dreamland Intelliheat Fast Heat Multi Purpose Heatpad
- Price: £34.99 – buy now
Dreamland's heatpad is slightly different from a traditional electric blanket, but its smaller size makes it handy for overnight trips.
It also costs just 1p to run for three hours, according to John Lewis.
John Lewis offers standard delivery for free on orders over £50, otherwise it will cost £3.50.
Click and collect is free on orders worth more than £30 – find your nearest John Lewis store online.
Argos Silentnight Dual Control Electric Underblanket – Kingsize
- Price: £48 – buy now
Silentnight's Yours and Mine electric blanket is designed to keep everyone happy as temperatures can be changed on both sides.
Argos says it costs just 1p to run per hour, and the fabric is soft to provide extra warmth.
It takes 10 minutes to heat up and has three settings.
Home deliveries will cost £3.95, or click and collect from an Argos store is free.
Lakeland Dreamland Velvety Electric Heated Throw Grey
- Price: £52.99 – buy now
Lakeland's heated throw is slightly different as it doesn't go under your sheets like a mattress protector, but can be used anywhere.
It also only costs 1p for seven hours use – helping to keep your energy buils down.
The blanket heats up in five minutes and has a choice of five temperature settings.
You can also set it to turn off automatically after one, three or nine hours.
Lakeland charges £3.50 for standard delivery, or it is free on orders above £45.
Debenhams Silentnight Teddy Fleece Double Electric Blanket
- Price: £56 – buy now
If you're looking for an extra cosy blanket, this Silentnight option comes covered in a teddy fleece fabric.
It heats up in minutes and has three heat settings, and only costs 1p per hour to run.
Delivery will cost £3.99 and there's no option to pop into your nearest store since Debenhams has gone online only.
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