You Can Now Buy A Floating Truck For Your Summer Bash
This looks relaxing!
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As we move closer to summer and get ready to spend more time outdoors, it’s time to ensure you have everything you need for maximum fun in the sun. If so, may I suggest you think beyond just firing up the grill and mixing some fun cocktails and take a look at this giant pool float you need in your life in order to make the most of summer fun time with your friends.
It’s true that there’s no shortage of fun floats for sale this summer, including rainbows, sloths and swans, all for less than $50. But we’d like to bring your attention to a brand new one for truck lovers from BJ’s Wholesale Club. That’s right. You can now snag a floating Red Truck Lounge complete with a built-in cooler under the “hood.”
The floating red truck also features dual armrests, a soft backrest and two cup holders. It costs $49.99 but, at the time of this story, was on sale for just $41.99, so keep your eye out for a deal. Shipping is also free, or you can pick it up at your local BJ’s Wholesale Club.
BJ’s Wholesale also has other pool floats under $50, including a shark you can actually ride for just $39.99! They also have a unicorn float for $29.99, a swan for $44.99 and, for a bit more, a lotus blossom for $55.99.
If you’re looking for some more unique pool floats, even Taco Bell is getting in on the float action with their very own floats and beach accessories that are all pretty “hot.” This hot sauce pool float is $40 and looks just like a giant hot sauce packet. Of course, you’ll also need this hot sauce towel to complete your collection!
If you’re more into playing games in the pool instead of lounging, this beer pong pool float from Flotation iQ is a thing of beauty. You can find it at Sam’s Club for $57.98 if you’re a member or $63.78 for non-members. It’s more expensive on Amazon at $99.99, but you can find it there as well.
And if you’re investing in pool floats, be sure to check out the best pool cleaners to ensure you’re getting the most bang for your buck on that front.
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