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The UK's largest retailer of outdoor leisure goods, GO Outdoors sells sports and adventure apparel, accessories and footwear, along with a full range of camping, cycling, climbing, horse-riding, skiing, fishing, caravanning and mountaineering gear. HotUKDeals rounds up all the best deals from GO Outdoors and presents them all on one dedicated page. Read more

All Go Outdoors Deals, Discounts & Sales for June 2018

Burley Bee Child Bicycle Trailer £299 @ go out doors
Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
Go out doors beat any price online by 10%. I asked them to beat Parker's of Bolton @ £255 and they did @ £229. This quality double trailor sells used on eBay for around £180. You c… Read more

Lol not biting, gave you kudos earlier for finding best price on this, retracted...shame it’s gone cold eh


The problem with some folk is they don't value quality, plus it may take a few extra cells to understand why this is worth the price, simpletons.


Oh you’re back (annoyed)


Like all DFS sofa's with 75% off, right? Have a look at the average price, it never sells above that.


(excited) its only cheaper as it has 50% off, otherwise it would be more expensive than the burley, where are you getting cheap alternative from :/ You started arguing with me about my opinion :/

Osprey Farpoint 40 (M/L) - £72 @ GoOutdoors
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
The cheapest I've seen it for a while. Perfect for backpacking trips.

May as well change your deal for the cheaper one.


Now that is a better deal. Cheers man


Same price at one or two outlets including Wiggle.co.uk, use current discount code GETTHERE and it knocks off £10 so £62 with free delivery. Valid on any purchase over £50 if new customer. http://www.wiggle.co.uk/osprey-farpoint-40-rucksack-1/

Calibre Saw high spec (for price) mountain bike half price at Go Outdoors: now £249.00 (was £329, RRP £500).
Found 4th JunFound 4th Jun
Go Outdoors has a pretty good reputation for their bikes and this one looks to be excellent value at this price: the £500 RRP is probably inflated but this appears to be a genuine … Read more

I didn't even see that previously for some reason I just assumed based on missing wheels. Both of us forgot to mention the rim tape. Strange that the bike literary is just missing the wheels with the brake system split with just the rotors missing because they are fitted to the wheels. Makes you wonder about the story about how the wheels went missing. Good price anyway.


It does give a list of things needed: Complete 650b front and rear wheel with tyres and inner tubes Disc brake rotors (160mm recommended) Compatible 9 speed Cassette


Good deal but a wheelset, tyres, tubes, rotors and a cassette is a reasonable sum of money to make a complete bike and that assumes there is nothing else missing from the bike as the advert is a bit unclear.


cashback with quidco too


https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/322993733424 I would say this is a better deal, just need to buy your own wheels. Parts on their own without the frame and forks are worth £150.

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Folding bike just £130 (half price) at Go Outdoors (was £179, RRP £260).
Found 30th MayFound 30th May
If you've been looking for a folding bike you've probably discovered that cheap ones are usually horrible and good ones very expensive. This looks like it could be an exception as… Read more

Is that only for home delivery or click and collect as well?


You're right - Its the Carnaby, and yes it is massively decent for the money. Yes, its built on on a budget, but for what I need it for its absolutely fine. Yes, they do look odd in the pic, but this is not helped by the way they have set it up. Swapping out the naff tyres, and the saddle for spares I had and flipping the stem , made a big difference. So some degree it looks a big odd also because of the relatively straight skinny steel forks it has on oversize alloy tubing. Its built to a budget as I say. Anyway - we digress, as this is a thread about a folding bike deal.


I meant length, not height. Proportions just look odd. Great price though - I remember when they were clearing them but missed getting one.


It's only a 21" frame and one size too small for me. I'm happy with the components on the bike, I'm not bike weight obsessed being a heavy rider and I'm always looking for a titanium road bike frame to replace this frame. Despite Tesco claiming its a 21" frame which I think is 53cm it seems slightly smaller plus as you can see from the image there is no additional tyre clearance for the rear wheel and I like to use thicker profile tyres. The handlebars are also a generous size so it has an odd look about it overall I think. I think the bike was £62 and I used as many discounts as I could when buying it and I think the end price was more like £55 at the time. Even a secondhand titanium frame is going to cost me probably 5x that if I'm lucky.


Those bikes look strangely short.

Weber Master-Touch £203.99 with code @ Go Outdoors
Found 27th MayFound 27th May
Weber Master-Touch at Gooutdoors. Appreciate this has been in B&Q for cheaper recently but limited stock and bit of luck needed. Free delivery here as well!

This deal is still available in selected stores only. I picked one up from Blackpool white hills retail park for £149. There was only two remaining after mine. I can confirm this is the Weber master touch with hornet burger system.


You can claim the weber freebie direct with proof of purchase.


Best deal I can find. Already have a chimney starter and plenty of coal already so a saving of £35 so from the deals inc. the chimney starter etc seems like a bargain to me!


Might have an RRP of 25, but not worth that much. Again, going in to places, especially independent and you're likely to get a freebie. I think it was an outback one I got "free" with mine and they had that for sale for £8.99. I've only used it once, did a great job but I can light a BBQ just as quickly without one and without need for firefights etc.


Because most people are sheep on here and don't know how to use their brains to think for themselves

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Calibre Bossnut Evo - £849.15 (with code) @ Go Outdoors
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
15% off May Bank Holiday discount until 29th May, usually £999. Best budget full suspension MTB. Also 7% cashback with Quidco if home delivered.

Maybe they've sold out over the weekend, it wouldn't surprise me at this price.




Bloody tempting. Will not buy, arghhhh


and for 152cm would a medium be sufficient or too big? Had a look to add one of these to the basket and there does not appear to be any stock near me (only one store showing 300 miles away and none for home delivery)


Just had an email from Go Outdoors telling me: "We have been informed that you may have received your June mailer later than planned, as this should have arrived with you last Wednesday. We are really sorry if this means you have not been able to take advantage of the 15% saving, which is valid until today. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and to say sorry, we have extended our 15% off promotion for you until Tuesday 5th June. We hope you can take advantage of this and come to visit us soon." Offer valid from 30th May – 5th June Excludes Sale, All Promotions, & Gas. Terms & Conditions Apply*

Calibre Two Two down to £322.15 with code 15MAY18 @ Go outdoors
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Great reviews on this bike now even cheaper with the 15% off code they have running. https://www.bikeradar.com/road/gear/category/bikes/mountain-bikes/hardtail/product/review-cal… Read more

Was going to buy it anyway, but thought 15% off would be nice. Shame it doesn’t work. Gotta go 25 miles to get the 20” versionz


Have one of these and absolutely love it!



Very decent specs for the price, shame it's only available in size 16 & 18... Heat from me :)


Decent spec for the money and 13.7 KG is about right for £400-£600 bikes . Colours are not for me , but good deal

Hi-Gear The Beast Sleeping Pod (Instore) £27 after price-match @ Go Outdoors
Found 4th MayFound 4th May
To get this price you need to price match against outdoors4you.co.uk/products/hi-gear-the-beast-extra-large-sleeping-pod-sleeping-bag?variant=6413985579040 Instore Instore price… Read more

Worked for me today thanks! (y)


My store didn’t have it in stock, which was why I was trying to do it online, I will keep looking..... thanks.


This is why i said instore only as per title..


I tried the online price match but they have declined because outdoors4you are not a U.K. VAT registered company. I can see that they are U.K. based, but have to take Gooutdoors word for the lack of VAT registration......


Couldn't get the normal size over me shoulders hence the "beast" (lol)

Free Discount card at new Go Outdoors store
LocalLocalFound 23rd AprFound 23rd Apr
New Go Outdoors store opening Thursday the 26th of April replacing the Ultimate Outdoors store . Discount membership cards are normally £5 each but the new store is offering them … Read more
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It is the first 100 customers this saturday 28th april get a £20 voucher.


The first 200 customers on saturday will recieve a £10 gift voucher to spend in store . Valid on saturday only .


Just paid a fiver in Gloucester :(


Had the same in the new'ish Reading store, made my first trip there yesterday and added the card to my click and collect order and was pleasantly surprised to see the cost deducted from my order.


Yes it is preston, just edited the post.

Compass high spec alloy folding bike just £299 at Go Outdoors (RRP £400).  UK designed and light weight.
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
If you've been looking around at folding bikes you will have discovered that the cheap ones are horrible and the good ones are very expensive. I've just noticed this one at Go Out… Read more

Still available so I've unexpired this deal.


Notice on the Compass bike text they say ahead (threadless) headset but it looks clear to me its threaded with the handlebar stem attached with a quill stem fitting. Not a problem but you can get a threadless folding bike stem where the handlebar stem attaches to the fork steerer tube which is what their text is stating but the images certainly don't show that. The Greenway bike is threadless. In theory threadless is a bit stronger/safer but I don't think its a big deal.


Greenway would provide pretty much no support. Total box shifter but the value of what you are getting is brilliant but servicing and adjustment is all up to the buyer. Great for many but not all. I've seen a Dahon bike in halfords sometime ago with poor welds, seem very expensive too with a freewheel for £400 thereabouts. Dahon is more a branding and marketing exercise often with the bikes made by other companies sometimes to Dahon's designs but often just a brand slap on an existing model. Their own factory looks pretty low tech and more of an assembly plant for parts built elsewhere and some very low tech frame manufacturing to supplement their bought in frames and so they can claim to be a full manufacturer nowadays. Their nuwave models are more innovative and take many of the ideas from their original bike design but whether they are popular is another matter. All seem to be single speed. The original Dahon folding bike below which they then dropped to make more conventional European style folding bikes. You can see the nuwave models use some of the strut designs with a very low frame height. I love the original Dahon folding bike I must say but doesn't represent a huge percentage of folding bikes sold in its day. For me the great folding bikes were the Dawes Kingpin and Raleigh Twenty. They set many of the rules for decent riding folding bikes back in the sixties and seventies.


I didn't say Dahon clone is a bad thing - in fact it's a good thing if it's close to a real Dahon. Yes, there are some horrible things with a Dahon label on them but the worst of them don't come to the UK. So, does anyone know what support (if any) Greenway provide?


With most bikes with near 50/50 fold I think you're supposed to tow it behind you, anyway carrying a 20" bike is cumbersome and the only bike that you would carry with ease for the size would be the Brompton but that's nowhere near in the running pricewise.

Osprey Mutant 38 ( Go Outdoors price match with WebTogs 85.79 - 15% with code OSPREY15 minus 10% gooutdoors pricematch ) £65.63
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
OK so webtogs are doing a deal on all osprey -15% with osprey15 code, and go outdoors price match -10% so this may work for other rucksacks. Mutant is an award winning rucksack, n… Read more

Alive, code (OSPREY15) still works at webtogs and go outddoors match less 10%.



Compass Control men's and Contour women's hybrid bikes £225 (were £299, RRP £400) at Go Outdoors.  Free delivery or collect in store.
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Just spotted this hybrid bike deal on the Go Outdoors website. Looks like a great spec for the reduced price (RRP £400 is just flying a kite but £299 seems very believable). Equi… Read more

@trevcjohnson, all my bikes suffered from the poorer old design, maybe a combination of my weight and the fact I'm pretty aggressive didn't help. However being against a major improvement in design and it is a pretty big improvement for me is not logical. I like the good old days, but I also like my car being more reliable and not rusting after a few years and new medicines and general positive progress.


Says 'platform pedals' in the spec - so yes.


Struggling with this, is this something new, I have never personally experienced wobbly wheels on a bike. I have giant defy 0 (2015) road bike and some sort of cheapish alloy MTB think I've had for about 25 years.


dose it come with pedals 🙃


As said before, freehub is outdated and a horrible design. Bottom bracket will be the square taper which once again, is a poor design. The newer designs are more reliable, lighter and stiffer which makes cycling a lot easier. As one of the other users have said, suspension forks are useless too. I built my own hybrid bike using Suntour Epicon air forks (one of the top end set of forks you can get) and even then, have those locked off about 80% of the time and the rest of the time... I don't really need them for road / light XC use. Wish I just went with a carbon fibre forks and saved weight and money! To new cyclists, spend a bit more money and gain a lot more enjoyment :)

Hi Gear Sierra II Walking Shoes Men / Women - £10 Collected from store @ Go Outdoors
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Bought these today and I must say how comfortable they are, wont be trying to go up Snowdon with them but for general day to day they seem fine. Time will tell how long they last. … Read more

We can only really judge shoes longer term, but I was quite impressed by these. They don't look "cheap" (though that's subjective), they're nice and light and seem robust enough. Only did walking to the shops/looking at scenery around in the Highlands so hardly Bear Grylls sort of hardiness testing, but I'd say they're a good buy from early impressions. I find some walking boots need a breaking in period and rub the backs of my heels till they bleed for a week or two, but these were wearable from the get-go - another plus.


Yeah, and between 9 and 11am .


cheers OP, ordered a couple of pairs for dog walking..


cheap as chips to use if you have an exercise bike or cross trainer probably useless for running tho - but for a tenner cant go wrong


Same here, no card and mine cost £10

La Sportiva - Miura Velcro - £70.20 using price match @ Go Outdoors
LocalLocalFound 31st MarFound 31st Mar
These are £117 retail at any GoOutdoors store when you use the Discount card. But GoOutdoors have a promise that they will beat any price by 10% under certain conditions. These ar… Read more
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At GoOutdoors I saved £46.80 because they reduced their price to beat another by 10%. If I wanted the same product to collect from the shop then it would of cost me £117. Instead I did research and got them reduced by £46.80


I'll say it again too. You didn't save £46.80.


I’ll say it again if it wasn’t as clear for some people. At GoOutdoors “End result was that I walked away with a pair of climbing shoes that should of been £117 with my discount card and only paid £70.20 saving £46.80.” The e-trailer that we’re selling them at £78 only sell online and you would have to wait for delivery. I suggest doing this in store so you have the physical items.


Cold. Will only fit people with super bent feet


Brilliant 👏 (lol)

Hi Gear Kinder WP Women's Walking Boots - £17 @ Go Outdoors (free C&C) (Size 4)
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
size 4 only. Superb value waterproof boots for everyday walks, keeping your feet dry and comfortable come rain or shine. Hi Gear's Kinder WP Walking Boots are an affordable way … Read more

My girlfriend has these. Reasonably comfortable and good for fair weather walking. Not really suited to wet weather and rugged terrain but for the price they're a good buy if you're looking for some casual walking boots


seem to get a lot of bad reviews, thin soles and not actually waterproof...?


Good price but nearest store is too far away and they don’t do delivery.


Brilliant, I managed to reserve a pair of size 5's in the Plymouth store. Thank you.


Good price £17 but it is only this price with card

Weber Q2200 gas barbecue with stand £225 instore (with pricematch) @ GoOutdoors
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
Absolute bargain for one of these. Currently on offer for £250 here at https://www.riversidegardencentre.co.uk/weber-q2200-with-stand.html If you fill in the price match form… Read more
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Apparently BBQ isn't about the smoke smell, rather something more to do with the fat on metal.


never been able to get a gas BBQ, its it same as gas cooker, maybe just me that loves taste of burned n raw sausages (lol)


youtube channel 'fire escape griller' is worth checking out if you buy a 'Q' Fire Escape Griller - YouTube also Riverside - YouTube have a few on the Weber Q.


Me 2!


From the thumbnail, i thought it was a weird quadcopter (excited) heat added