Offer stack on Trampolines + trampoline canopies @ Tesco Direct -  EG 10ft Trampoline PLUS trampoline canopies (various) £136.25 delivered
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Offer stack on Trampolines + trampoline canopies @ Tesco Direct - EG 10ft Trampoline PLUS trampoline canopies (various) £136.25 delivered

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Found 14th Sep 2017
Afternoon all, was faffing about with Tesco codes earlier and spotted this - Jumpking already have upto 30% off their trampolines / Canopy & accessories BUT the offers also stack with the codes on site

Eg

This 10ft Trampoline tesco.com/dir…4712789859-1xRIz.jpg& 10ft Canopy tesco.com/dir…198 Should've been £175+ but using the offers onsite and code TDX-TWHJ you'll get it for approx £136 delivered
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Eg the 8FT versions are approx £121 with discount+ possible P&P

Depending on your spend the codes below are as follows

£5 off when you spend £40 or more with eCoupon TDX-VPKP
£10 off when you spend £75 or more with eCoupon TDX-YGHR
£25 off when you spend £150 or more with eCoupon TDX-TWHJ

They also have small tents and other bits if you want to make use of the higher end discounts - see get deal link for the full range.
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My daughter is asking for one constantly but I am so scared of buying one for her. We recently changed the garden flooring to slates and I am not sure how safe trampolines are. Any ideas?

Also heat added mate.
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mixmixi29 m ago

My daughter is asking for one constantly but I am so scared of buying one …My daughter is asking for one constantly but I am so scared of buying one for her. We recently changed the garden flooring to slates and I am not sure how safe trampolines are. Any ideas?Also heat added mate.


Hey- we have a 10ft trampoline and never had any issues with it re safety - enclosure has never ripped/shredded although we got ours from Argos

If concerned have you thought about those rubber mats like they have in parks etc? Think B&Q and the likes sell them?
goonertillidie6 m ago

Hey- we have a 10ft trampoline and never had any issues with it re safety …Hey- we have a 10ft trampoline and never had any issues with it re safety - enclosure has never ripped/shredded although we got ours from Argos If concerned have you thought about those rubber mats like they have in parks etc? Think B&Q and the likes sell them?


I am terrible with the safety equipment. Please can you give me a link? Sorry for looking like a dumb here.
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mixmixi1 h, 4 m ago

I am terrible with the safety equipment. Please can you give me a link? …I am terrible with the safety equipment. Please can you give me a link? Sorry for looking like a dumb here.


Not at all! Something like this ebay.co.uk/bhp…ats - there's loads out there - might give you a few ideas
Make sure you secure it properly

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ILikeUsingGifsToComment8 m ago

Make sure you secure it properly [Image]

That is pretty much what mine did Tues night!
mixmixi1 h, 57 m ago

I am terrible with the safety equipment. Please can you give me a link? …I am terrible with the safety equipment. Please can you give me a link? Sorry for looking like a dumb here.

I have a trampoline for my 3 year old and have done for about 18 months. Loads of use and no accidents (involving children!). Make sure enclosure fitted properly and you will be fine
goonertillidie1 h, 14 m ago

Not at all! Something like this …Not at all! Something like this http://www.ebay.co.uk/bhp/garden-safety-mats - there's loads out there - might give you a few ideas

Thanks mate had a look but I think I'm going to give the trampoline a miss. I won't be able to fit things properly and I'm just worried a small mistake lead to something I regret for life. My daughter is a mountain climber even without a trampoline and that make me feel more worried. Appreciate the info.
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mixmixi48 s ago

Thanks mate had a look but I think I'm going to give the trampoline a …Thanks mate had a look but I think I'm going to give the trampoline a miss. I won't be able to fit things properly and I'm just worried a small mistake lead to something I regret for life. My daughter is a mountain climber even without a trampoline and that make me feel more worried. Appreciate the info.


That fair enough and no problem at all
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mixmixi5 h, 44 m ago

My daughter is asking for one constantly but I am so scared of buying one …My daughter is asking for one constantly but I am so scared of buying one for her. We recently changed the garden flooring to slates and I am not sure how safe trampolines are. Any ideas?Also heat added mate.


My 3 year old has a trampoline for over a year now. All the kids come over to play on it. Only accident we have had was a bump of heads, 2 minutes of tears and all small bruise.

Just make sure that you keep an eye on her and that the net is closed. Other than that check the trampoline for signs of wear and tear on the springs, mat and enclosure
Coming to a council estate near you...lol
mixmixi11 h, 49 m ago

Thanks mate had a look but I think I'm going to give the trampoline a …Thanks mate had a look but I think I'm going to give the trampoline a miss. I won't be able to fit things properly and I'm just worried a small mistake lead to something I regret for life. My daughter is a mountain climber even without a trampoline and that make me feel more worried. Appreciate the info.


This is unfortunately indicative of the times...parents not letting their kids do things for fear of getting hurt. It leads to the snowflake generation. Kids not knowing what danger is because they've been shielded from it their whole lives.

Think back to your childhood...all the risky things you used to do as a kid...climbing up things...exploring things.... making mistakes falling off and learning your lesson etc...all part of growing up and making you a better person for it. The kids these days are missing out on that because they are shielded from any form of danger and therefore don't know what danger is so lack basic common sense now.

Get your kids one of these and watch them have a great time on it...yes they may have an accident by not closing the curtain etc....but they will learn from it and it won't happen again.
You have to expose your kids to a little risk and danger at times so they know how to deal with it. Take her to a trampoline centre sometime.

If the garden is fully tiled I wouldn't buy one either due to not being able to secure it to ground
Time to jump into this deal!
Edited by: "ashman33" 15th Sep 2017
My trampolines haven't had an enclosure on for years and mine have had a couple of falls but nothing serious and now they never fall off because they've learned how to bounce near the middle.
According to today's regulators and bureaucrats, those of us who were
kids in the 50's, 60's, and 70's (and part of the 80's) probably shouldn't
have survived.
Our baby cots were covered with brightly coloured lead-based paint which
was promptly chewed and licked.

We had no childproof lids on medicine bottles, or latches on doors or
cabinets and it was fine to play with pans.

When we rode our bikes, we wore no helmets, just flip flops and
fluorescent 'clackers' on our wheels.

As children, we would ride in cars with no seat belts or air bags.
Riding in the front passenger seat was a treat.

We drank water from the garden hose and not from a bottle - tasted the
same.

We ate dripping sandwiches, bread and butter pudding and drank fizzy pop
with sugar in it, but we were never overweight because we were always
outside playing.

We shared one drink with four friends, from one bottle or can and no one
actually died from this.

We would spend hours building go-carts out of scraps and then went top
speed down the hill, only to find out we forgot the brakes. After
running into stinging nettles a few times, we learned to solve the
problem.

We would leave home in the morning and play all day, as long as we were
back before it got dark. No one was able to reach us all day and no one
minded.

We did not have Playstations or X-Boxes, no video games at all. No 99
channels on TV, no videotape movies, no surround sound, no mobile
phones, no personal computers, no Internet chat rooms. We had friends -
we went outside and found them.

We played elastics and street rounders, and sometimes that ball really
hurt.

We fell out of trees, got cut and broke bones and teeth, and there were
no lawsuits. They were accidents. We learnt not to do the same thing
again.

We had fights, punched each other hard and got black and blue - we
learned to get over it.

We walked to friend's homes.

We made up games with sticks and tennis balls and ate live stuff, and
although we were told it would happen, we did not have very many eyes
out, nor did the live stuff live inside us forever.

We rode bikes in packs of 7 and wore our coats by only the hood.

Our actions were our own. Consequences were expected.

The idea of a parent bailing us out if we broke a law was unheard of.
They actually sided with the law. Imagine that!

This generation has produced some of the best risk-takers and problem
solvers and inventors, ever. The past 50 years have been an explosion of
innovation and new ideas. We had freedom, failure, success and
responsibility, and we learned how to deal with it all.

And if you're one of them - Congratulations!
spenspuma15th Sep

This is unfortunately indicative of the times...parents not letting their …This is unfortunately indicative of the times...parents not letting their kids do things for fear of getting hurt. It leads to the snowflake generation. Kids not knowing what danger is because they've been shielded from it their whole lives.Think back to your childhood...all the risky things you used to do as a kid...climbing up things...exploring things.... making mistakes falling off and learning your lesson etc...all part of growing up and making you a better person for it. The kids these days are missing out on that because they are shielded from any form of danger and therefore don't know what danger is so lack basic common sense now.Get your kids one of these and watch them have a great time on it...yes they may have an accident by not closing the curtain etc....but they will learn from it and it won't happen again.


I agree with the sentiment, but each to their own, I probably tend to be on the over cautious side with my son (he does have a trampoline though) - whilst we do learn from our mistakes there will always be the unfortunate few who learn the ultra hard way, so if a parent does decide to be protective I wouldn't blame them. I get constant grief from some of my family for insisting that my son is rear facing in the car for as long as he can be (ie until he reaches the weight limit for the seat or it is uncomfortable for him to rear face), but I'd rather disagree with them than see him suffer a serious injury that could have been avoided. Hopefully it won't turn him into a "snowflake"!
Oos so bummed I missed this as been looking for my daughter's 3rd birthday
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