LIDL has brought back its popular bouncy castle just in time for the long weekend – and it’s much cheaper than Aldi’s.
The discount supermarket is selling the garden inflatable for £29.99, compared to its rival’s hefty £69.99 price tag.
Lidl Lidl has brought back its popular bouncy castle just in time for the bank holiday weekend
Lidl sold its bouncy castle for £25 last May, so this year’s version is pricier but it does come with walls.
Measuring 1.8m tall, the “Playtive Junior Bouncy Castle” at Lidl is smaller than Aldi’s which is 20cm taller – but they have the same 1.6m width.
Meanwhile, the weight limit is higher on Lidl’s castle with a maximum of 50kg compared to 34kg for its rival – meaning more kids can jump around on it at the same time.
Lidl’s castle, which is available in blue or pink, also has a basketball hoop and hoop prongs and it includes a ball and four hoops.
Aldi Lidl’s version is £40 cheaper than Aldi’s bouncy castle
It also comes with a three-year warranty and two repair patches in case of any punctures.
Aldi’s castle has a shorter warranty of just one year, but this also includes an air pump.
It is suitable for children aged between three and five years old, while kids up to the age of seven can enjoy Lidl’s version.
Aldi sold the “Crane Kids Bouncy Castle” as part of its Specialbuys last year, but has brought it back as an online exclusive this year. All orders above £20 come with free delivery.
Meanwhile, Lidl’s version rolled out in stores yesterday but it’s only available as long as stocks last, so it’s best to be quick.
You can find your nearest branch using its store locator tool.
Other retailers sell similar inflatable castles, but Lidl is the cheapest one of its kind.
For example, Smyths Toys sells one for £99.99, while you can pick up a “Bouncy Palace” from Mothercare for £49.99.
But if you’re just after the cheapest castle around, B&M is selling a more basic version for £16.99.
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Lidl is selling pineapple, cactus, popcorn and pizza pool floats this summer.
The supermarket’s also reduced its £300 inflatable hot tub to £250, making it cheaper than Tesco’s and Aldi’s.
Meanwhile, if you’re after indoor activities, Lidl is selling a £15 slime factory so you can make slime, glitter and confetti at home.
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