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Trampolines Reduced at Argos £87.39

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8y, 7m agoFound 8 years, 7 months ago
Just been looking on the argos website and ive noticed that the trampolines are all reduced, looks like some good deals shame my garden is tiny!.

For this 8ft one plus enclosure it works out as £87.39
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8y, 7m agoFound 8 years, 7 months ago
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banned#1
I absolutely hate these things, they are awful.

When I am sat in my garden minding my own business, I get abused and harrassed by my neighbour's jumping children.

I have three close by, I can't wait for the summer holidays.

I wish I had the money to move to a nice detached house surrounded by a nice plot of land.

Voted cold, cold, cold.
#2
Happy Days!

*Update - apparently you can get a further 30% off when you buy both.
#3
I was going to post this earlier as a misprice when you add both items to your trolley they come up as £59.99 for both!
#4
dlm
I absolutely hate these things, they are awful.

When I am sat in my garden minding my own business, I get abused and harrassed by my neighbour's jumping children.

I have three close by, I can't wait for the summer holidays.

I wish I had the money to move to a nice detached house surrounded by a nice plot of land.

Voted cold, cold, cold.


Surely you should only vote cold if the deal is not good ie you can buy it cheaper somewhere else, not just because you don't like the item?
#5
Can't seem to find the two for £59.99, what are the cat numbers?
#6
367/4031 8 ft enclosure

367/4024
trampoline
banned#7
kidcat
Surely you should only vote cold if the deal is not good ie you can buy it cheaper somewhere else, not just because you don't like the item?


Other people vote cold when they don't like something, so I can't see why I can not.

I wish people would value their children more and take them for a nice day out instead of sticking them in a giant playpen to abuse everyone around them.

Or are they too busy creating another child to annoy everyone or watching telly!
#8
Thanks for that but errors when trying to add 367/4031
#9
yeh they are probably fixing it!
#10
dlm
Other people vote cold when they don't like something, so I can't see why I can not.

I wish people would value their children more and take them for a nice day out instead of sticking them in a giant playpen to abuse everyone around them.

Or are they too busy creating another child to annoy everyone or watching telly!


WTF?

My children DO go on lots of days out, at least one day a week. But they still like playing out in THEIR garden. I certainly would not put up with them abusing the neighbours and think the majority of parents feel the same. However if the children are just having fun and high spriited then whats the problem. You rather they were kept in a darkened room attached to a playstation?

Get a grip.
#11
dlm;2004392
Voted cold, cold, cold.


If you're not interested in a deal, it is good forum etiquette NOT to vote cold - just move on. Only vote cold if something is an actual bad deal please.
#12
DLM I think your voting should really reflect how you feel about the 'deal'
Is this a good price for trampolines or not ... rather than your victor rant about children playing.
Perhaps you were not allowed to have fun as a child? To see the world in a grain of sand ... tsssssssssst

I vote hot to counter your cold vote.
banned#13
Gaia
DLM I think your voting should really reflect how you feel about the 'deal'
Is this a good price for trampolines or not ... rather than your victor rant about children playing.
Perhaps you were not allowed to have fun as a child? To see the world in a grain of sand ... tsssssssssst

I vote hot to counter your cold vote.


We were not blessed with a garden when I was young.

We were taken on days out, children today are spoilt and have an answer for everything.

Most of the parents I know are thick and lazy, let there children wander the streets and cause mayhem.

That is why society is the way it is today.

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