Folding 8 Ft Trampoline with Enclosure and Cover Reduced from £198 - HotUKDeals
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This has been reduced, I like the idea of this as you can fold it down for easier storage or to move out the way when you have people over. Ideal for my 4 and 6 year olds. If you know someone over 60 you may be able to get a further 10% off on Wednesdays!

Available for delivery on line from some areas or collect in store, the box is extreamly heavy but not particularly large.

Product Features

Height (ft): 2
Height (m): .9
Length (ft): 8
Length (m): 2.44
Width (ft): 8
Width (m): 2.44
Brand: B&Q
Age Restriction Details: 6+
Warranty/guarantee: Guarantee
Warranty/guarantee details: B&Q Standard Guarantee
Model No.: 8FTFOLD
Material: Galvanised frame
Additional Information

8ft folding trampoline
Complete with enclosure
Full assembly required
Cover included
Suitable for children 6 years & over (90kg maximum weight load)
For domestic use only
Height 5ft when folded
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I looked at this instore yesterday, and I am sure it was £104, and then down to £89. Not 100% sure as I have a 12ft TP one with enclosure so I wasn't looking to buy. It is worth mentionning that this did not look like it could be folded with the enclosure attached. The enclosure is attatched all the way round with metal screw clip things so it would be quite a hassle to take this off everytime to fold it up!!!
Pretty sure this was posted the other week.
Brilliant, this is excellent. Ordered from store and arriving next week. Thanks :-)
I did check before I posted, and someone mentioned there was a weekend sale on trampolines but it had expired and it didnt specifically mention this model, if im wrong i apologise.
Should put the price in the title.

As with all deals the price is shown on the right hand side, why would it benefit to show it twice? I thought it more relevant to show the original price in the title, therefore confirming it is a good deal saving £70.
It is relevant so that people who read the title can see if it is a price they are prepared to pay.
It is relevant so that people who read the title can see if it is a price they are prepared to pay.

Maybe im missing something, but isnt the price already displayed next to the title?

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