ALDI shoppers can bag a 10ft trampoline for a bargain £90 that will leave kids jumping for joy – and it’s the cheapest we could find for this size on the market.
The springy garden asset will keep your kids active, entertained and safe all year round with its built-in safety enclosure designed to protect against contact with springs and the frame.
2 Aldi’s 10ft trampoline goes on sale on the 7th July.
Not only that, but the Plum-branded trampoline comes with weather protected foam safety pads too, ensuring it will keep your children bouncing for years to come.
Aldi promises it is easy to assemble and the set includes a spring loading tool to help you get the most out of the steel trampoline.
It’s suitable for kids age six and over, can take around 75kg of weight, and measures at 3.05m x 3.05m x 2.5m.
But you’ll have to wait to get your hands on it as it doesn’t go on sale until July 7, and even then, it’ll only be available online.
You can pre-order it now though, but bear in mind you’ll be charged £3.95 for standard delivery.
2 The 10ft trampoline is £89.99 and comes with an enclosure.Credit: ALDI
This is the cheapest 10ft trampoline we could find at major high street retailers.Smyths, for example, has one for a pricier £99.99, while Argos has one for £120, and Amazon for £220.
Argos also sells a 10ft Plum trampoline with an enclosure for £172.49.
But if you can go down on size then you’ll save more – Aldi, for example, also sell an 8ft trampoline for a cheaper £67.99.
If you’re after the best, then the “Sportspower 14ft Trampoline with Folding Enclosure” has been named The Sun’s best value trampoline for summer 2019, but at £200 it is much more expensive than Aldi’s models.
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Elsehwere, Asda has just announced it’s offering 30 per cent off all garden furniture, so if you do buy a trampoline, you can sit back, relax and watch the kids in style.
If you want to jazz up your garden but you don’t want a trampoline, Morrisons has slashed the price of its Lay Z spa hot tubs by £50.
And Aldi has also introduced budget heart fairy lights, so you can add a little sparkle to your garden as the summer nights draw to a close.
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