Where to buy cheapest fans online for delivery including Argos and B&Q

WITH temperatures soaring across the country this week, many of us are turning to electric fans to help cool down.

But where can you buy the cheapest one online for delivery? We've scanned the market for you.

Yesterday, Brits enjoyed the hottest day of the year so far with temperatures reaching 28 degrees.

And with summer fast approaching, it could be worth buying a cooling fan for you and the family.

We had a look at the major retailers for the cheapest prices available – below's what we found.

If you're keen to splash out, it's always worth comparing prices beforehand to make sure you're getting the best deal.

Google's price comparison tool, Google Shopping, is free and easy to use.

Just make sure you double-check delivery charges before you order or your cheap fan might suddenly cost a lot more.

Cheapest mini fans

If you're simply after a small fan to take with you on the move, you can find cheap options for just a few quid.

For example, Superdrug is selling a hand-held battery-operated mini fan for just £1.99.

Wilko usually also sells a similar fan for £3, but it's currently sold out online so it could be worth keeping an eye on the website.

Alternatively, the retailer's also selling a slightly bigger mini fan in white or copper for £6.

For another 99p, you can nab a USB-powered mini fan at Robert Dyas.

Cheapest normal-sized desk fans

If you're looking for ways to help you stay cool from your home office, you should expect to spend around a tenner at least.

Once again, Wilko has sold out of its 6inch desk fan for £10 but Asda has listed a 9inch version as in stock for £12.

Amazon isn't far behind by selling a desk fan for £12.99, or you can nab one at B&Q for £14, or for £14.99 at Argos.

Cheapest stand-up and tower fans

Should you have a tendency to overheat easily, you may want to splash out on a stand-up or tower fan to help you sleep at night.

They're available in the major retailers, with the cheapest once we could find up for grabs at B&Q for £18.

Second cheapest among the bigger retailers were Argos and Robert Dyas, both selling tower fans for £19.99.

While Asda and Wilko are selling standing fans for £20.

Using electric fans to keep cool during heatwaves will increase your energy bills, but by how much?

Because we're all spending so much time at home right now, energy bills are expected to rise by £32 a month.

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