Airflow Bouncy Castle, was £125 then £69.98 now £56.25 at Tesco.
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Airflow Bouncy Castle, was £125 then £69.98 now £56.25 at Tesco.

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Found 3rd May 2013
Great price for a great product. Keeps the kids entertained for ages. It was £69.98 last week and now down to £56.25. Possible to get it for £46.25 if you use the code TDX-9KJ6 £10 off £50 for first time shoppers.

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Just ordered one for £46.25. It's got really good reviews and extremely happy that it can be packed away into a carry bag. My little girls going to love this, however I'll probably hate my electricity bill haha

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Just ordered one for £46.25. It's got really good reviews and extremely … Just ordered one for £46.25. It's got really good reviews and extremely happy that it can be packed away into a carry bag. My little girls going to love this, however I'll probably hate my electricity bill haha


from where did u order it? thanks

Ordered! Been looking at this since last year but never seen it this cheap! Got it for £46.25 also (used different email address!). My little girl will be made up, thanks

Was just about to post this lucky i searched for it first lol great price really considering getting one.

for how many kids / people at one time? is it blow up or machine ?

they were always around £60 but still at £50 worth having .. BTW even more fun with bubble bath and a hose pipe use tesco value @26p last year massive bubbles and foam ..leave to drain upside down then dry for an hour before packing away

Bought this last year. Its awesome, kids loved it.

Safely, I'd say two koi at a time, and its machine pumped....
:o)

Thank you so much! We stored ours in the summer house and a mouse had a good old nibble lol, it was stuck together with so much duck tape we binned it. Kids will be so excited when they see it's been replaced!

cheers thanks. age limit?

halyeylo3

Ordered! Been looking at this since last year but never seen it this … Ordered! Been looking at this since last year but never seen it this cheap! Got it for £46.25 also (used different email address!). My little girl will be made up, thanks



It was around £34 nine months ago.
Edited by: "Speculator" 3rd May 2013

This looks great for price

'Maximum Weight Of Child'?

I'm sorry Tesco, but I'm an adult and I will be going on this.

razarati1

'Maximum Weight Of Child'? I'm sorry Tesco, but I'm an adult and I will … 'Maximum Weight Of Child'? I'm sorry Tesco, but I'm an adult and I will be going on this.



I did this, and blew the pump fuse when I jumped on it!

Thank you so much op just ordered this my son

Got it for £46.25 + possible 4.5% cash back through Quidco so really chuffed. Thanks Pimpson
Edited by: "Proud_Dog" 3rd May 2013

oos for me

xkirstyellenx

oos for me



It's back in stock now

wont let me addto basket

xkirstyellenx

wont let me addto basket



Strange as I just added one to basket no problem and get to checkout even.

Bought one last year my 2 year loved it well made would recommend it

Tried to order............then crashed........Tried again................and now ordered. Collection tomorrow form Store. Thanks OP

brought for my little girl who will be 2 in august!! Paid £46.25 + quidco. Cheers!!! X)

have one already. daughter was on it today when sun came out




Speculator

It was around £34 nine months ago.


Really! Only recently joined hukd....can't believe I've been missing out on all these fantastic deals....making up for it now though!lol

Ordered
Thanks op
Anyone running safari it will keep crashing for some reason
Used i.e. and worked fine . . strange

Been keeping an eye out for something to go in the garden, for my little girl when she visits! and this fits the bill...thanks op....hopefully she'll love it Had to register a new account in my fathers name to get the £10 off though. Thanks again

Seen this on here for £34.98 last year and the little one loves it. Would still pay 60 odd for it. Got its own blower fan unlike the cheap ones you pump up and seal. Decent bit of kit. Heat from me

Just ordered one for £46. Thank you so much for posting this! Our daughter has been asking for a castle for her birthday in the summer, since Christmas! Really looking forward to seeing her face light up! Thanks again.:)

Great. Just ordered. Use a new e-mail address and get another £10 off with code TDX-9KJ6

Thanks just ordered using a £5 off so really please for £51.25. Thanks.

Sorry, this product is currently unavailable

just picked one up instore and must say its really good quality for the price and larger then I thought it would be , better then a trampoline taking up space in the garden all year , fine for a 4 year old not so good for the 10 year old , not enough bounce dad was the reply

BellasMommy

brought for my little girl who will be 2 in august!! Paid £46.25 + … brought for my little girl who will be 2 in august!! Paid £46.25 + quidco. Cheers!!! X)



my little girl is also 2 in aug so tempted to buy this for her , but i have already spent way too much on her , i know i will end up buying one lol

Out of stock on line, going to try instore. Thanks.

back instock just ordered one with code for new customer - sent message to mods to un expire it x
Edited by: "lilliesmummy11" 7th May 2013

Got this last time it was on offer, my 2 yo loves it :-)

We've had one of these for the past 4 or 5 years. Excellent build quality, and the kids enjoy it the one day a year the weather is good enough to put it in the garden.

will this still be same price when double up is on arghhh!!

Thank you OP!!!!!! Just ordered. Was on brink of ordering on Saturday when it went out of stock. Daughter will love this.

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