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8ft trampoline £22.50, 10ft trampoline £30 instore @ Woolworths

£22.50 @ Woolworths
Been in to my local Woolworths (Catcliffe) today and following on from the 50% off lowest price offer there is an 8ft trampoline for £22.50 and a 10ft for £30. Please note these do not include the saf… Read More
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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Been in to my local Woolworths (Catcliffe) today and following on from the 50% off lowest price offer there is an 8ft trampoline for £22.50 and a 10ft for £30. Please note these do not include the safety net. Other cheap prices I noticed was a Motorola bluetooth headset @ £2.49 and a 2 story Pixel Chix house for £7.49, originally priced at £34.99, also a High School Musical bike down to £40, think this was a 16". Pack of 2 cubeworlds £5
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#1
8ft trampoline is £45 in Byker, Newcastle store and the safety net is also £45. They don't have any other sizes.
#2
flamingo2
8ft trampoline is £45 in Byker, Newcastle store and the safety net is also £45. They don't have any other sizes.


These are in the 50% off everything clearance section, seperate part of the store to all the other normal price stock.
#3
in my local its 45 and no more discount! I asked............
#4
For those prices you tend to be getting a trampoline which isn't too sturdy, has low quality springs and the fabric tends to be less elastic/weaker.

One of those "get what you pay for" situations.
#5
Strivici
For those prices you tend to be getting a trampoline which isn't too sturdy, has low quality springs and the fabric tends to be less elastic/weaker.

One of those "get what you pay for" situations.


i paid £40 for a 12ft trampoline about 6months ago & i have to say the quality is v.good; its lasted the weather & being jumped on everyday by multiple ppl at a time [only supposed tobe one at a time, but what fun is that] :)
#6
Went to Catcliffe in Sheffield today but still 45 for the 8 foot version
#7
If you're looking for sketchy flips, is the 8ft large enough of 10ft more reasonable? Will have a look in the local Woolworths to see if there's a bargain to be had. Always wanted a tramapoline/trabopoline, I can build a safety frame.

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