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Shoppers rush to buy Lakeland heated blankets HALVED in price – helping you avoid putting the radiators on in winter
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COOLER winter nights mean it’s time to snuggle up under the blankets to stay warm.

But, getting an electric throw can help you stay even warmer than just using body heat and are more affordable than a heater.

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Lakeland’s extra-large heated blanket is now 50 per cent off and is perfect for couples or families cuddling on the couch or in the bed.

The blanket comes with soft sherpa lining and nine customisable heat and time settings.

It also has auto shut-off for peace of mind and is machine washable with a detachable control.

The bargain retailer has now slashed the price for the throw from £150 to £74.99.

Electric blankets are a great way to help you try and cut back on your energy bills.

And this electric throw will cost you just 3p an hour to run.

Checkatrade estimates that the average cost of running your heating per kilowatt-hour is around 7p. 

For a 24kW boiler that’s about £1.68 an hour so this is much cheaper. 

But you will have to head into your local The Range store if you want this gadget as they aren’t available for online delivery. 

You can use the store finder tool on The Range’s website to locate your nearest site. 

Always make sure you shop around to see if you can find the item for a better deal elsewhere. 

You can compare prices on websites like Google Shopping and Trolley.co.uk – which compares the prices of 130,000 products across 14 major supermarkets.

How else can I keep warm this winter

There are a few other things you can do to keep warm this winter without breaking the bank.

Get yourself a hot water bottle, they are always great for a cost-free way of keeping warm.

Don’t forget about preventative measures, draught-proof your home and seal your windows to stop air coming in.

Prices for draught excluders start from a fiver in most stores but a thick blanket rolled up will work just as well.

Loft insulation is also very important as it can stop heat escaping, therefore slashing your heating bill.

You can buy insulation from all local builder merchants or retailers such as B&Q and Wickes.



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