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Trying to beat rising power bills? This electric blanket is on sale for $30.

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TL;DR: As of Nov. 8, you can get the Luwior Electric Heated Blanket for just $29.99 instead of $39.99 — that’s a 25% discount.

Normally, colder weather calls for cranking up the temperature, but if you’re trying to reduce your electric bill this season, the last thing you should do is raise the thermostat, especially with soaring utility prices. With winter around the corner, you can still drape yourself in a slice of summer with this adjustable heated throw for $29.99

Cut your heating bill with an electric blanket

Rather than heating your entire home at night, you can keep the warmth close with an electric blanket. This heated throw has six customizable heating levels ranging from 75°F – 115°F. All that warmth is distributed along an ultra-dense heating area for fast, even heating. According to Sleep Advisor, an electric blanket might even be cheaper to run than a space heater, requiring anywhere between 200 and 400W. 

Worried about falling asleep with the heat on? Use the three-hour auto-off feature and relax. And while many older electric blankets require hand washing, you can pop this one in the washer like any other blanket. Just make sure to unplug it from the control panel first. 

You can set up this electric blanket anywhere there’s an outlet. Planning a glamping trip? Plug it into a portable generator and enjoy the chill of the outdoors without feeling it. Or sit on your porch and watch the snow wrapped in luxurious warmth. This blanket is made from a premium fade-resistant flannel that’s soft and inviting. Just make sure to plan for the extra time it’ll take to convince yourself to get out of bed in the morning. Or grab an extension cord and build your own smart shawl.

An affordable way to stay warm 

An electric blanket may be the way to go if you’re trying to beat rising electric bills without feeling the winter chill at home. So press a button and stay cozy in bed without heating your entire home. For a limited time, grab a Luwior Electric Heated Blanket for just $29.99 (reg. $39). 

Prices subject to change.

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