DEAL OF THE DAY: This electric heated blanket is under £30 in Prime Day 2 offer

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As the cost of living crisis in the UK continues, electric blankets have quickly become one of the most popular household essentials for the winter. Analysis of Google search data by Bed Kingdom showed that searches for electric blankets have reached its highest level in five years this October.

According to Octopus Energy, an electric blanket can help save the average customer 19 percent on energy bills. 

And Amazon’s Prime Day 2 sale has seen this popular electric heated blanket drop down to just £29.74 from £49.99.

Perfect for the winter months, the electric blanket only takes 120W of power to run so you can use it on the highest heat for just 12p a day.

Cost-efficient, easy to use with a controller and timer, hurry to buy it before it sells out.

With low energy consumption and designed for long lasting use, it’s the ideal addition to any bedroom and you can also use it on the sofa.

Experts at Heat Advisor recommend heating the bed with an electric blanket 20 minutes before you intend to sleep and then setting a timer so that it switches off after another 30 minutes.

It has over 900 reviews on Amazon and shoppers love that its great value for money.

Brian G commented: “When it comes to the controls, you can choose if you wish to have the left or right side on, or if you wish both sides to be heated. What also surprised me is that you do get an even heat all over. That may sound a bit daft saying that, hopefully my next bit may clarify this. With one of my previous under blankets, the heat was not evenly distributed.”

Eileen Cheng added: “I really like the fact that it is almost full length, so I can have both my shoulder and feet warm at the same time. My cold feet really benefitted from the dual body and feet zones heat settings.”

BUY: Warmer Electric Blanket (£29.74)

How do I take part in Amazon Prime Day?

You need to be a Prime member to take part in Amazon Prime Day but luckily, if you’re a new customer you can get a free 30 day trial here.

The free trial gives you access to the two-day sale and also early deals.

After, it’s £8.99 per month and you can cancel it at any time.



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