LIDL shoppers can now bag one of TWO trampolines starting at just £69.99.
Both are a great addition to an outdoor space and feature a galvanised steel frame for protection from rust, ensuring it looks great too.
2 Parents can rest easy as their children get jumpy with the 6ft Junior Plus Trampoline
Lidl’s 8ft “Wave Trampoline” is just £79.99 – a 20 per cent saving on the recommended retail price of £99.99.
And it’s the cheapest 8ft trampoline we could find.
In comparison, the Donnay 8ft trampoline from SportsDirect costs £10 more at £89.99, while Argos has an 8ft trampoline in a vibrant orange colour but it’s £20 more at £100.
The black and green Lidl trampoline, which is enclosed by a safety net, comes complete with “Springsafe technology” that separates the jumper from the springs, keeping them safe while bouncing.
But parents may prefer Lidl’s smaller 6ft “Junior Plus Trampoline” for younger children.
The smaller trampoline costs only £69.99 – a saving of 13 per cent from the recommended retail price of £79.99.
Smyths Toys has a similar looking version – but at £79.99 – so £10 more. You will also have to pay up to £6.99 for delivery if it’s not available in a store in your area.
But you can buy a 6ft trampoline for less than Lidl’s – the cheapest we found was on Ebay – a nice-looking Chad Valley version for £48.53.
2 Older children and adults will need to opt for the 8ft Wave Trampoline
If it’s still Lidl’s you’re after, hop on down to pick one up in stores nationwide. Use Lidl’s store checker to find out if it is available in your local store – you can’t buy them online.
If you’re after a bigger trampoline, Aldi is selling a 10ft trampoline at a bargain price of £90.
But if you’re after the best, then the “Sportspower 14ft Trampoline with Folding Enclosure” has been named The Sun’s top value trampoline for summer 2019, although at £200 it is much more expensive than Lidl’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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