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All Go Outdoors Deals, Discounts & Sales for June 2020

Weber Briquettes 8kg £11.49 + £4.95 del - Go Outdoors
Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Great briquettes - perfect for low and slow cooking. Free delivery if spend over £50 online. Also available in-store.

That’s how Go Outdoors works unfortunately. £5/year membership required to buy their products at the discounted prices.


every time i try to buy it adds a discount card for £5 pushing the price up ,driving me nuts ,iremove and again on checkout it adds the fiver back on (fierce)


There needs to be a spin off website “Cheap UK Deals” so that everyone who wants cheap rubbish can hang out there. Then decent deals on quality goods won’t get consistently buried on HUKD.


Not sure why this is cold. • Order 5 for free delivery • Click and collect any amount This is a great price for a great product and wouldn't cook 'low and slow' with anything else. The difference in price per kg is a false saving by the quantity you need to purchase and also the time spent adjusting for cooling and heating.


My two-pennies as a hobbyist: I have done a number of smokes these past couple of years with a slow n sear on my Weber kettle 54. about 1.5 - 2kg of these briquettes give you around 6-8 hours of cooking time at 200-350F. I did a 2kg Chuck last weekend high and fast in 5 hours. I closed the vents down to starve the remaining briquettes of oxygen. When I checked later, I still have about 1/3 of my slow n sear filled with briquettes. So yes, I trust Weber because of the consistency of cooking times and temperatures. I've also never had a bad experience with flavour, even if they are a little pricier than the cheaper brands. This is quality stuff. Highly recommended.

Coleman Mosedale 5 Person Tent + Extension + Floorprint + Carpet - £458.60 @ Go Outdoors
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Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Coleman Mosedale 5 person Tent normally £380.00 https://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/15903813/coleman-mosedale-5-family-5-person-tent-15903813 Coleman Mosedale Carpet normally £80.00 … Read more

I have this tent and like it a lot. It is really easy to put up and has a blackout lining in the sleeping area. I camp in it with 2 kids but it would be a very tight squeeze for 5. I paid £250 for it I think with the footprint (I don't have the have the awning or carpet).


Checkout decathlon too.


Fair enough guess I'm just a bit lazy and liking that it's all in one place and new so no damage or wear and tear that I would only find when out camping. Will shop around see what I can find.


I'm a newbie camper, but would suggest a 5 person, polyester, pole tent for £340 is too expensive. I decided to go second hand and got an 8 man tunnel tent for £75 and was looking at 6-8 man tents for closer to £240.


Any suggestions where I could get a better deal?

Calibre Blade Mountain Bike at Go Outdoors for £334
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Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
An entry level bike that's in stock, from a well regarded brand and with hydraulic brakes for £329+£5 card isn't bad going! XS, S and M available at time of posting Only XS Read more
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If you can find stock at your local Halfords store the Carrera Subway is a great choice. A very versatile and low maintenance bike with a very comfortable ride.


You'll get a proper bike and not a BSO, not necessarily anything to make people envious!


£250-350, can you get decent configuration in that?


Thanks for the detailed note. Please could you recommend a decent hybrid bike as need one for casual rides? Thanks in advance


I think decathlon best choice for quality and value of money I had 2 bikes from decathlon last 10 years

Raleigh Pioneer Trail Cross Bar Commuter Bike - £299 + £5 for discount card and free delivery @ Go Outdoors
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Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
£299 + £5 for discount card down from £399 Only seems to be available in size 17.0 and low in stock at the time of posting (so be quick) Might be handy for someone trying to avoi… Read more

Another of my fans. Always a pleasure.


Definitely :D :D


Cheers (y)


Add to all your criticisms, Accell the dutch owner of the Raleigh brand treat it like garbage many Raleigh's come out of low end factories in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh etc and have poor tolerances and basic quality frames. I see the Raleigh brand nowadays as a reason to avoid the bike sadly despite its amazing heritage. Just take the £450 normal price that is for low end freewheel gearing as seen on sub £100 bikes. I'd personally put a full price value on the bike of about £200 and maybe a bargain at £140.


Oh dear, it seems to upset some when facts are posted about this bike. It even elicits petty name calling. Job done :D

Hi-Gear Basecamp Camping Kitchen Stand - £50.15 @ Go Outdoors
Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
*Edited to add - if not already a member of Go Outdoors it is £5 extra.* Collapsible camping kitchen stand with a food preparation area, shelf for your cooker, wind shield and zip… Read more

I’ve had this same one for two years and it’s very good. (y) 🏼


Essentially the same unit is available from House of Fraser for £44.99 delivered https://www.houseoffraser.co.uk/brand/gelert/aluminium-kitchen-stand-787117 plus promo code may20


I've ordered this. Useful for disposable bbqs in the garden.


Good point, that didn't occur to me. I have edited the description, but I don't know how to change it in the title.


Looks really good. Is it worth mentioning you need to pay £5 for membership if you don't already have it?

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Quest 320L Roofbox £120 @ Go Outdoors (£4.95 P&P)
Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Safe and secure rooftop storage for your travels. Take your gear with you wherever you go with the Quest Roofbox 320L. Easily opened and securely lockable, it's tough and aerody… Read more

Shame it doesn't fit aero bars!


Could do with this to replace the similar one we had, which my Mrs scalped in a multi-story carpark a few months ago!

HI-GEAR Sierra II Men's Walking Shoes, GREY-NAVY £10 - Discount Card Price (£5 yearly membership) + £4.95 delivery at Go Outdoors
Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
A great value shoe for everyday comfort, ideal for summer walks when the weather is dry. Hi Gear’s Sierra II Walking Shoes are an affordable way to get outdoors and enjoy going of… Read more



Look at them - for night time walks only


Only in sizes: 8, 9, and 10 :(


Hi tecs are about 50p more...


Hi GEAR or Hi-Tec? Well...when you look at them?, not difficult to make a mistake in THINKING you are buying Hi-TEC I think it was GO OUTDOORS where I bought MY (known to be) Hi Gear's from, and I wish I'd "gone elsewhere". MY shoes were SAID to be a UK 12 EU 47 (according to the tag on the tongue) but when they didn't fit, I popped into my friendly CLARKS store (en-route to a CHARITY shop) to have them checked, and found them to be a UK 11. GO OUTDOORS are also very slow to PICK orders, and in MY case, my initial order was OOS by the time they'd come to pick em. Just a heads up.

FORME Cromford 1 hybrid bike for £354 (with £5 annual discount card) delivered @ Go Outdoors
Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Nice hybrid road bike here, with lots of gears, disc brakes, mudguards and a pannier rack for luggage. Only £349 plus an annual discount card for £5, which takes £50 off the in sto… Read more

Can a purchased bike like above still packaged be taken on to a regular bus a for transport home ?Thanks.


Here's an array https://www.decathlon.co.uk/hoprider-100-urban-hybrid-bike-id_8405477.html https://www.decathlon.co.uk/hoprider-500-urban-hybrid-bike-id_8405476.html https://www.decathlon.co.uk/hoprider-900-urban-hybrid-bike-id_8405475.html https://www.decathlon.co.uk/rc500-flat-bar-disc-road-bike-sora-id_8554412.html


That looks perfect for me, sadly none available in my area and no stock for home delivery


I'm not a fan of front suspension because it makes fitting mudguards harder. Halfords have the hybrid equivalent of that one https://www.halfords.com/boardman-hyb-8.6-hybrid-bike---grey-528064.html


Thank you. I’m a 6’3 male! Any comments on this one https://www.cyclerepublic.com/boardman-mtx-8-6-mens-hybrid-bike-2019.html

Calibre Lost Lad Bike (Adventure/Gravel) - £399 delivered @ Go Outdoors
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Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
Would love this bike myself (always with the N+1 rule), seems a great price for decent components for anyone wanting to get into a bit of adventure/gravel riding, bikepacking, or j… Read more
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Does anyone know if these are tubeless tyres?(highfive)


Miney is arriving today, but apparently by Hermes, not DHL. Not so keen on the suggestions to defraud Go Outdoors TBH, however big a shambles the operation is.


Sell this bike.. you mighty make a profit


Yeah, I ordered it through that klarna thing and that still says £5 to pay for the discount card and nothing else. Don't know what to do lol


Also just arrived... maybe I get a refund aswell

Berghaus Air 4 inflatable Tent £349 @ Go outdoors
Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
I've been watching the price of this tent for a while, it was £379 on another site last week. I've never seen it actually for sale at the full price anywhere, but this is the chea… Read more
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Had one for 4 years. Great tent.


I would be tempted if the 10% off code worked (y) 🏻


just mentioning camping would almost have the same effect for me


Any recommendations for electric pump, please? I've bought air 6 xl. Can't wait to lockdown is over.


If you find it a bit small for 4 people, then look at the Air Porch accessory. It’s huge & designed perfectly for the Air 4. Great tents (y)

Go Outdoors extra 15% on selected items - Ends midnight Tonight - £4.95 delivery / Free delivery over £50
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Posted 27th AprPosted 27th Apr
Extra 15% for those looking to stock up on things for when lockdown ends or embrace and camp in the garden. Ends midnight tonight (Monday 27th) On many items (items that are in t… Read more

please check trustpilot before purchasing from go outdoors.


Done. Was to the best of my knowledge at the time of posting (new to posting)


Tried to checkout a tent and the discount didn't work so it is not site wide, it's selective.


To me site wide would mean everything is included. It isn't so I suggest you edit the title.


Totally agree. Can still BBQ in the garden at home, camp in the garden etc and cash in on winter coat deals whilst they’re cheaper.

CALIBRE Line 29 Mountain Bike - £764.15 with code @ Go Outdoors
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Posted 22nd AprPosted 22nd Apr
Size M,XL in stock The Line 29 is the best hardtail bike yet from Calibre, designed for fast flowing single-track and big mountain riding. It’s a refined beast with all the ingr… Read more

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All bikes have been selling out quick , well most decent ones . Grabbed a Voodoo Bizango the other at £650 . I wasn't planning on spending that , but all the £400-£550 ones where gone and all 2nd hand ones on gumtree and ebay are selling for silly prices.


Sold out already


You can actually use these on the road at the moment.


You mean Go Indoors.

Strada Trail Sport 1 Urban Bike £299 @ Go Outdoors
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Posted 22nd AprPosted 22nd Apr
A versatile, lightweight bike that's designed for both the streets and the trail. With a lightweight aluminium frame and stripped back sports style, the Raleigh Strada TS1 defini… Read more
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Looks gorgeous


I also received a delayed notification from DHL as they said it would be out for delivery on Friday but after the small delay it was delivered on Saturday so hopefully you will get yours today (y) 🏾


Sorry, not the best picture because of the window. Fitted Crud Race Pac mudguards yesterday 8)


Ordered 22nd April. Hadn’t put my mobile number on there so didn’t get any notifications until the bike was dispatched on Thursday, 30th April. Shortly after the DHL message, the bike went to being delayed.


When did you order and what texts/email did you get till dispatch? How easy it is to assemble? or not easy?

Strada 2 Commuter Bike £296.65 @ Go Outdoors
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Posted 18th AprPosted 18th Apr
Street or trail without compromise. Designed to perform in the city, on the trail, or maybe on a seriously pot-holed urban route! The lightweight Aluminium frame is designed to su… Read more

It was my first ever bike build too. Putting the wheel on and aligning it with the disc brake was simple and the quick release tool was great. I found i had to adjust the brake levers a lot (spinning the knob until it felt good). The reflectors are pretty terrible. I got the red one caught in the wrong clip and now I cannot undo it, so I had to buy standard third party reflectors. I got a lock, reflectors, lights and you may want a saddle cover (like gel) to keep cosy. I did not get mudguards mostly because the season doesn't call for it and my cycle route is a cycle highway so i should be OK in terms of splashes. You'll want to initially do some local rides because as mentioned disc brakes are very weak when new. You need time to wear off the pads a little. Once broken in, they can be VERY powerful so mind out. I also found it's a quick bike - it moves fast and thanks to the high gears, you can climb up hills really easily. I say assembly time was an hour or more (I spent ages trying to remove the reflector from the metal clip I got it jammed into before giving up).


Easy to put together, got the some of the extras from the local bike shop.


How long did it take assemble and what was the hardest part? Where did you get the inner tube from? And will you be getting mudguards?


Agree brakes feel lots better after a few miles on the road. I've purchased, lock, helmet, spare inner tube pump, multi tool etc.


As a complete biking noob, from where and what accessories would you recommend?

Calibre Tripple B mountain bike £1274.15 @ Go outdoors
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Posted 18th AprPosted 18th Apr
A seriously good bit of kit for the price and a brand that is consistently delivering great bikes. Marked price is £1499 but with code EXTRA15 it brings it down to £1274.15 Full d… Read more



You're joking right? (annoyed)


How many tools do you need to maintain this thing do you need to wash it every time or it will go rusty?


The latest Sram with an XD driver and Shimano 12 speed can fit a 10t on the back which helps but flat road pace wont be their forte.


S/M/L all back in stock just purchaced one using voucher code and topcashback came back as £63.96.

Outwell Acadia Signature Lounger £93.50 @ Go outdoors
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Posted 10th AprPosted 10th Apr
A quality lounger with a good reduction in price. Get kitted up for plenty of snoozes in the sun this summer! The Outwell site are still selling this for £170...

did you get two of the Outwell Acadia Signature Lounger for £69 ?


The Lafuma are quality they had the air comfort in my local Costco £145


I wanted to get some better loungers and I'm justifying the expense by looking at how much I will use them and how much I will save as a result of not going away on holiday this summer. The difficulty is not being able to try before I buy.


It’s a great deal for a quality product. Ordered x2, just in time for the cooler weather!


First impressions was WTF but as you say different markets for different people, saving of £27 is still a deal so not buying but heat 🔥

SHAKESPEARE Omni Fly Reel, 6/7, 7/8wt - £10 (+£4.95 Postage) @ Go Outdoors
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Posted 20th MarPosted 20th Mar
SHAKESPEARE Omni Fly Reel, 6/7, 7/8wt - £10 (+£4.95 Postage) @ Go Outdoors
Ten quid. Ideal for the newby or to keep as a spare in the tackle bag. Good starter fly reel for river and stillwater fly fishing. The Omni Fly 6/7 is a lightweight fly reel and… Read more
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I can’t see the 7/8wt for that price? Is that available as well at £13.95? If you can get to a go outdoors this deal is ten pound. I know that isn’t an option for some but for many this price will not be beaten.


£13.95 on amazon


Self isolation and stocking up the new chest freezer. Win win.


Carnt think of a better sport to self isolate


Ordered heat added thanks

Compass 'Northern' Folding Bike. Shimano 6spd, carry rack, mudguards, £134.50 Free del. or collect at Go Outdoors
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Posted 19th MarPosted 19th Mar
Compass 'Northern' Folding Bike. Shimano 6spd, carry rack, mudguards, £134.50 Free del. or collect at Go Outdoors
Reduced from £260.00. £136.00 before membership discount. Stock at Reading outlet it seems, or Free Delivery as over £50. Shimano 6spd, and what looks like grip shift. For a … Read more
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The 3 speed nexus is very reliable over the long term, it's basically a clone pretty much of the sturmey archer 3 speed hub. 3 speed hubs are very simple engineering and very low maintenance. It's worth considering because they are ideal for a folding bike admittedly though the gear range isn't as good but remember folding bikes are typically slow and low geared because of the small wheels so even a 3 speed hub will get you up the hills but will not deliver super fast speeds on the flats unless you have a super high cadence. Lots of old folding bikes have 3 speed hubs, the old Raleigh Twenties and Dawes Kingpins plus early Dahons and Bickertons it was seen as the obvious gearing to use for a folding bike.


That's great! Thanks a lot for taking the time to give me your insight (y) My usage would be limited, as would be the distances I'd use it for so as usual, it's finding that balance between cost and quality, hence my thoughts about buying used. I'd never considered the stresses taking their toll on an aluminium framed bike - so that really is something I'll consider. I'd still take a range of gears and the issues that comes with having a derailleur over a single speed. I think the majority of people buying a folding bike would be looking for something for commuting and using it daily, but for me it would most likely be just for shirt shuttles into a city when I couldn't park within walking distance. At the end of the day, if I can't find something that'll do the job at the right price point, I'll make do with my hybrid and messing around taking the wheels out and struggling to get it to fit! But your message has given me some food for thought and I'll certainly have a nosy on ebay to see what the going rate is for some of the models you mentioned.


I wouldn't dismiss a bike like this, some of the higher end folding bikes trying to achieve a lightweight folding bike have had high failure rates, Tern for example with a huge number of recalls. Seems like aluminium is not the ideal frame material for a folding bike because of the stresses around the hinge. A folding bike that often goes overlooked is the Giant Halfway its exceptionally well made and many were sold with single sided stays and single fork leg so they fold quite flat. Unfortunately like this bike they have a non-height adjustable stem normally so the range of people that can use the same folding bike in height terms is not as good as those with a height adjustable stem. Also bear in mind that derailleurs are not ideal for folding bikes because of the small wheels. A hub geared or even single speed folding bike can be a good option as less likely to get damaged. Derailleurs on folding bikes can get absolutely caked in mud and dirt as so close to the ground. Good folding bikes to look out for s/hand; Carrera Intercity Carrera Transit Giant Halfway Compass Fast Forward Brompton of course but they rarely go cheap. Muddyfox Evolve 200 (same bike as Carrera Transit but with a 7 speed nexus instead of 3 speed nexus of the Transit) Dahon are worth a look but I would buy by spec as they do some low end entry bikes that are fairly poor with freewheels which they charged up to £500 retail for but personally I would pay no more than £50 for s/hand. Remember most bike brands are just importers really so it's up to the consumer to assess how good the factory is they used. Same as Dahon almost all their bikes they buy from other factories. Brompton and Giant make their own bikes. Lastly bear in mind weight limits, some weight limits on folding bikes are quite low. I think the Giant Halfway is the most at 160kg total load including the bike weight so a good model for touring. Some models sold can be as low as 60kg for the rider, these are typically bikes sold on ebay or some Argos models which are basic low end chinese market models. Most are in between. If you are buying a aluminium folding bike a few years old the frame will not be as strong as when new. Aluminium frames always weaken with use and time, its the nature of the material as it has no endurance limit. So an old Brompton may still be good for many, many years but an aluminium folding bike is more likely to fail. Dahon did some chromoly steel folding bikes which are still relatively light, ride very well because of the flex of the steel and are likely longer lasting than their lightweight aluminium models. Steel makes a lot of sense for a folding bike for so many reasons although ideally you want a higher grade chromoly steel based frame rather than just basic high tensile steel. Saying that the Brompton is a mixture of steel types with both chromoly and high tensile steel used in different areas so it achieves the perfect feel and strength in the right areas. Brilliant engineering but reflected in the price.


Cycled around most of Europe and I'm retired so don't need a map HUH!


Thanks so much for your suggestion, but I'm not sure why I would choose to be "looking myself" (confused) Time to utilise the mute option (highfive)

BOSSNUT EVO bike @ Go Outdoors - £639.20
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Posted 18th MarPosted 18th Mar
BOSSNUT EVO bike @ Go Outdoors - £639.20
Oh my goodness why a deal. Plenty of stock but only 1 XL! Use code extra20

Called them up and they confirmed OOS just they are short staffed so didn’t update the website.


Rockshox reverb, I had some vouchers for Halfords from work


Dropper ;)


30 miles on mine today


Yeh it's a bit crap. Just tried to buy a Small of the new model. It's collect only but I couldn't see a single store on the UK with stock.