John Lewis selling Jumperoo at £51.33
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John Lewis selling Jumperoo at £51.33

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Found 18th Sep 2013
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Amazing Price - These are a must have! Also they sell for £40-50 second hand so you would easily get your money back once baby has outgrown.

Cracking deal. Will be getting this for my little one.

Have some heat (_;)

Thanks.

Great price! I got mine 2nd hand for that price! Heat added!

Awesome price!

great piece of kit at a bargain price , anyone mulling over this ... GET IT !

Thanks for this. Just ordered one to put away for my little girl.

Works out at £38.50 for me including my partner discount.

thecraftymagpie

Thanks for this. Just ordered one to put away for my little girl.Works … Thanks for this. Just ordered one to put away for my little girl.Works out at £38.50 for me including my partner discount.



Whats a Partner discount? I want one :-)

L4uraD86

Whats a Partner discount? I want one :-)



you have to trade in your other half for a discount code

get down to kiddicare with this offer for pricematch + 25% of the difference

Is this because they're getting a new one out? A space one apparently

Kiddicare have now reduced their price on the Jumperoo down to £51.33 - I guess they were fed up of having to pricematch and refund the difference!

It's not small and I took some convincing but it's worth every penny.

Also reduced on Amazon

already posted last week. its duplicate

Soooo annoyed at all these Jumperoo offers after I've just got mine for £70! My 6 month girl didn't like being in it initially but soon got jumping away. I will say one thing though. ..whilst before she would stand up straight, now she bounces...not sure if that's a good thing though? Also its abit fiddly getting her legs in and then getting her out of it. I've made sure she has footware on too as I'm not sure bouncing on her toes is a good idea.

Thanks for the description

Excellent! That's Christmas Sorted 4 our Granddaughter! Thanks OP ;-))

allusiveorc

Soooo annoyed at all these Jumperoo offers after I've just got mine for … Soooo annoyed at all these Jumperoo offers after I've just got mine for £70! My 6 month girl didn't like being in it initially but soon got jumping away. I will say one thing though. ..whilst before she would stand up straight, now she bounces...not sure if that's a good thing though? Also its abit fiddly getting her legs in and then getting her out of it. I've made sure she has footware on too as I'm not sure bouncing on her toes is a good idea.



My son was in one of these from the same age untill he grew out of it and never wore footwear. He is 3 in Nov and walks,runs fine so no need to worry. ( He even use to fall asleep in it lol)

I have bought this at this price from Amazon couple of weeks back and I have to see this is the best thing I have bought for my daughter; she absolutely loves it... I will reccommend everyone who can to buy this as this is the best thing you will buy for your little one..

kiddicare have matched the price so if it sells out go to kiddicare.com

I could get a better deal from argos or toysrus

£99.99 on both!! So, No You Couldn't!!!

Good price ordered

What age are these suitable from and till!? Really tempted to order one for my 5 and half month son

I'm sure this is the reason why my son was walking at 9 months. He loved his and used it from 4-15 months. I bought mine second hand for £45 so this is an excellent deal!

Heat added:) Couldn't have lived without ours for my son and I can honestly say it was worth EVERY penny at the £85 we bought ours for originally from Amazon a year ago - obviously son grown out of it now. We now have the FP Discover and Grow jumperoo for our upcoming second due later this year and tbh this was one of the very first 'essentials' we bought. I can honestly confirm to anyone considering buying one that it is an amazing toy and so so worth the money especially at the £51.33 price that John Lewis, Kiddicare and Amazon have been offering it for:)

Kiddicare are doing 25% price thing.i bought mine at 51.33 and emailed md as it says they will beat any price not match it so got the difference
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