Today's cheapest dehumidifier deals – savings on Meaco, De'Longhi and Pro Breeze

We've rounded up the cheapest dehumidifier deals on our tried-and-tested favourites, with discounts on bestselling Meaco, De'Longhi, Ecoair, and Pro Breeze dehumidifiers

The mini ProBreeze dehumidifier sat on a wooden coffee table in a living room
(Image credit: ProBreeze)

Dehumidifier deals can often be hard to find, with these popular damp-defying appliances often selling out whilst they're still full price.

However, when there are dehumidifier discounts available, you can rest assured our experts have found them and collated the best deals of the day on this page. 

The Ideal Home team has spent countless hours testing these moisture-extracting devices to compile our guide to the best dehumidifiers on the market, so we know our stuff when it comes to the best brands to shop and the models to snap up when they go on sale.

We've prioritised deals on dehumidifiers we've tried and tested, scouring the shops for the lowest prices on bestselling dehumidifiers from Meaco, Philips, Russell Hobbs, Pro Breeze, De'Longhi, and more. But, if our top-rated dehumidifiers have sold out or are still full price, then we'll bring you the next best thing, sourcing affordable dehumidifiers that are in stock and offer great savings

Today's best dehumidifier deals

MeacoDry Arete® One Dehumidifier & HEPA Air Purifier |was £199.95now £189.99 at Amazon
Today's #1 deal

MeacoDry Arete® One Dehumidifier & HEPA Air Purifier | was £199.95 now £189.99 at Amazon
The MeacoDry Arete® One is a great all rounder, and thanks to its impressive performance and low energy usage we rate this the best dehumidifier money can buy. It's rarely in stock so is well worth snapping up whilst stocks last. Our MeacoDry Arete One Dehumidifier review has all the detail.

De'Longhi Tascuigo AriaDry Multi Dehumidifier | was £349.99 now £269 at Amazon

De'Longhi Tascuigo AriaDry Multi Dehumidifier | was £349.99 now £269 at Amazon
Super sleek, with a built-in carry handle, this Italian-designed dehumidifier is big on style. Our De’Longhi Tasciugo AriaDry Multi Dehumidifier review found it delivers on performance too, with a powerful extraction rate and dedicated Laundry mode that can dry wet washing fast.

Pro Breeze 12L/Day Dehumidifier |was £189.99now £169.99 at Amazon

Pro Breeze 12L/Day Dehumidifier | was £189.99 now £169.99 at Amazon
Pro Breeze makes a wide selection of relatively affordable dehumidifiers and this low-priced 12L compressor model is one of its bestsellers. Our Pro Breeze 12L Low Energy Dehumidifier review appreciated its Automatic Humidity Sensor, and its compact build that offers relatively low energy consumption.

Pro Breeze 20L/Day Dehumidifier | was £219.99 now £204.99 at Amazon

Pro Breeze 20L/Day Dehumidifier | was £219.99 now £204.99 at Amazon
Our Pro Breeze 20L Premium Dehumidifier with Special Laundry Mode review put the newest version of this dehumidifier to the test and gave it nearly full marks. Sadly, it's now out of stock. However, this older incarnation is still available, and has a welcome disocunt.

EcoAir DD1 Simple Blue MK3Desiccant Dehumidifier | was £239.98 now £199.98 at Amazon

EcoAir DD1 Simple Blue MK3 Desiccant Dehumidifier | was £239.98 now £199.98 at Amazon
A desiccant dehumidifier is more efficient at lower temperatures than your usual compressor dehumidifier. The EcoAir DD1 Simple MK3 can be operated in any space that's above 1°C, making it a great option for a garage, basement, or unheated rooms during the winter months. Our EcoAir DD1 Simple MK3 review has the full lowdown.

Russell Hobbs RHDH1061G Portable Dehumidifier | was £54.99now £39.99 at Currys

Russell Hobbs RHDH1061G Portable Dehumidifier | was £54.99 now £39.99 at Currys
Its extraction rate isn't the biggest at just 0.3L/day and its mini build means you'll be emptying it pretty frequently, but if you're looking for a portable dehumidifier then this ultra-compact option made our round-up of the best dehumidifiers under £100.

Sale shopping advice

The demands of modern life mean that our homes are constantly being pumped full of moisture thanks to the regular cycle of bathing, cooking, washing and cleaning – all of which use gallons of hot water and can create steam. Let that steam and moisture build up and it will cause dampness, which can stain your walls, and, left unchecked, could cause long-term damage to your home, as well as your health.

If you struggle to properly ventilate your home by opening windows or using extractor fans in the kitchen and bathroom, or you're employing one of the best heated clothes airers to dry washing over winter, then a dehumidifier can be a useful ally in tackling excess damp and condensation. 

A dehumidifier can be more economical than a tumble dryer when it comes to drying wet washing indoors. You just need to compare how much it costs to run a dehumidifier with how much it costs to run a tumble dryer to see the difference in electricity costs!

But what should you look out for before you shop an enticing dehumidifier deal?

Extraction rate: This tells you how much moisture a dehumidifier can suck from the air. It's generally measured in litres per hour, and is a useful way to compare dehumidifier performance levels. 

Room size: Most dehumidifiers will tell you the maximum area they can successfully filter in the specifications. This tends to be measured in m³ which takes into account the room's length, width, and height. The larger the space the dehumidifier can filter, the more expensive it's likely to be, and more powerful appliances are also likely to be heavier and bulkier. However, it's important to invest in a dehumidifier that's powerful enough to cope with your space if you want it to eliminate moisture successfully.

Noise levels: Most dehumidifiers use a fan to suck air into the unit and pass it through a series of filters to extract the moisture before expelling the air back into the room. This means that dehumidifiers can be noisy, so if peace and quiet are important to you then you'll want to check out the dehumidifier's noise levels before you shop. These are measured in dB with dehumidifiers ranging from around 15dB on their lowest settings to 50dB on max.

Russell Hobbs 20 litre dehumidifier in hallway

(Image credit: Russell Hobbs)

When to shop for the lowest dehumidifier prices

Investing in air-quality appliances can be expensive, whether you're looking for the best air purifiers to help cut down allergens and indoor pollutants, one of the best fans or best portable air conditioners for keeping cool in the summer heat, or a dehumidifier to combat indoor moisture in the winter months. 

Although you can get low cost dehumidifiers (you'll find our tried and tested favourites in our guide to the best dehumidifiers under £100), a cheap dehumidifier can lack power. That's why sale periods can be a great time to browse for top quality dehumidifier deals as they offer the opportunity to snap up a high performing dehumidifier for less.

October to January, when the weather gets cold and wet, are when dehumidifier sales peak, so if you can time your purchase 'out of season' during the summer months then you're more likely to find the cheapest dehumidifier prices. Key discounting events, like Amazon Prime Day and Black Friday, are also a great time to look for reduced dehumidifiers.

The mini ProBreeze dehumidifier sat on a wooden coffee table in a living room

(Image credit: ProBreeze)

Black Friday and Cyber Monday dehumidifier deals

The term 'Black Friday' originated in the US to denote the first day following Thanksgiving when retailers would cut prices to draw holidaymakers to shop their store's sales. Driven by global brands, the price-slashing event soon crossed the pond, and now Black Friday – closely followed by Cyber Monday – has become one of the UK's biggest consumer extravaganzas, rivaling traditional Boxing Day sales.

Black Friday always falls on the last Friday in November, so the next time it will roll around is November 29th 2024. 

That said, in recent years, the event has spread to encompass more than just one day, with retailers starting Black Friday discounting earlier and earlier so that a full Black Friday 'week' of discounts isn't uncommon. Last year, we even saw retailers running Black Friday promotions throughout the whole month of November.

Whether or not you agree with the rampant consumerism Black Friday has now come to represent, there's no denying it can be a great time for Black Friday dehumidifier deals and Cyber Monday dehumidifier deals. Last year, Black Friday dehumidifier deals were fairly thin on the ground, but previous years saw some hefty discounting, so we'll be keeping our eye out for all this year's top Black Friday dehumidifier deals and Cyber Monday dehumidifier deals as they drop.

Make sure to bookmark the Ideal Home Black Friday home deals page to get alerts for all the biggest Black Friday homeware sales as they launch.

Amazon Prime Day dehumidifier deals

Amazon Prime Day – the brand's yearly price-slashing event – can mean some great Prime Day dehumidifier deals. 

In 2023, Prime Day dehumidifier deals ran from the 11th-12th of July and the 10th-11th of October, with significant discounts on both the ProBreeze Amazon storefront and Russell Hobbs Amazon storefront.

Prime Day dates for 2024 are yet to be confirmed by Amazon, but, after two Prime Day deals events in 2023, it seems likely we can expect another double whammy. Keep an eye on our Amazon Prime Day deals page for all the latest news and best deals as they launch.

In the meantime, you could sign up for Amazon Prime membership so you're all set to shop when the next Prime Day dehumidifier deals take place. Generally, you need to be a Prime member to take advantage of the biggest discounts on Prime Day. You can sign up or renew your membership below. Usually, new Prime members can also access a free 30-day membership trial to test out its perks.

How to shop Prime Day: sign up for Amazon Prime Membership

How to shop Prime Day: sign up for Amazon Prime Membership
The top Amazon Prime Day dehumidifier deals require Amazon Prime membership for access to the biggest discounts. You can sign up or renew your Amazon Prime membership here.

We'll do our best to keep this page updated with the best dehumidifier deals around, so remember to check back – especially during the key sale dates we've listed above.

Amy Lockwood
Ecommerce Editor

After studying Print Design at Winchester School of Art, Amy spent multiple years working in the interior industry, including styling and visual merchandising for many well-known brands. She’s now Ecommerce Editor at Ideal Home, offering expert advice on the best products for decorating your home and ensuring it functions smoothly. That includes sourcing stylish yet affordable furniture – from the best sofa beds for combining style, comfort, and function, to the best artificial Christmas trees for a stress-free festive season – helping our readers to find the best mattress for their sleep style, and testing top-rated dehumidifiers and air purifiers to narrow down the best-in-class.