The Works has reduced the price of its Bluetooth ice bucket speaker and it’s perfect for New Year parties

THE Works has slashed the price of its ice bucket Bluetooth speaker – just in time for New Year parties.

The ice bucket speaker is currently priced at £25 after being reduced by 50 per cent from its original cost of £49.99.

 The Works has slashed the price of this ice bucket speaker to £25


The Works has slashed the price of this ice bucket speaker to £25

Not only does the bucket keep your drinks cool after you’ve added ice into it, but it also plays your favourite music.

To link it up to your tunes, connect the bucket to your smart device by Bluetooth.

Once it is playing music, the bucket also lights up in different colours for the ultimate party centrepiece.

But you’ll need to make sure it stays juiced up, as the speaker comes with a built-in battery that requires charging with a USB cable.

The Works is selling the ice bucket speaker on its website now or you can buy it in stores.

The good news for online shoppers is that delivery won’t cost you a penny, as orders over £20 qualify for free shipping.

Alternatively, if you’d rather see the speak in person before buying it, you can visit one of The Works’ 530 stores.

Use the online store locator tool to find your nearest shop.

However, this isn’t actually the cheapest ice bucket speaker we could find.

Shopping website I Want One Of These is selling a similar product for £20.99 plus £2.99 delivery – a total of £23.98.

But you’ll need to check how quickly it will be shipped to you if you want the speaker in time for December 31.

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Still looking for some bubbly for New Year’s Eve? Here are the cheapest bottles of champagne, prosecco, cava and fizz with prices starting from £4.

If that’s not enough, then Sun Selects has rounded up where to buy the best prosecco.

While Morrisons’ £10 prosecco was recently named the best in a blind taste test by Good Housekeeping magazine.

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