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plum 10ft trampoline - £32.50 instore @ TESCO (Gloucester)
plum 10ft trampoline - £32.50 instore @ TESCO (Gloucester)

plum 10ft trampoline - £32.50 instore @ TESCO (Gloucester)

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Found in my local Tesco (Gloucester) not inside main store but in the covered entrance. Plum 10ft trampoline with enclosure. £32.50 it's currently £100 on the Tesco website that's including a saving of £30 so normally £130.

Yes I know I purchased 2 but 1 was for my friend who was also with me at the time.

Obviously I'm not saying all stores will have them but worth a look if you are passing your local Tesco.

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All these amazing deals since Brexit. Looks like leaving the EU is only going to have a negative effect on the top 2%, no wonder Cameron and his mates wanted us to remain.

you don't need to justify why you got two. You will get negative comments regardless. good find. i paid £50 last year and that was a bargain and my daughter loves it.

hi, there are 3 stores in glos can you help with which one. Thanks

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matthewcrobertso

hi, there are 3 stores in glos can you help with which one. Thanks



Of course, it's the 1 next to harvester on St. Oswalds road

aimelou88

Of course, it's the 1 next to harvester on St. Oswalds road



Thanks agaim

Have you got the barcode for this? Thanks

Great price. Thanks

I don't mind giving my 10 foot plums a bounce.

Dammit, I'd pop across to the Quedgeley store but I'm not home for another 5 hours

Checked last night, no stock in Lincoln Wragby Road. Heat added though!

My best mate works as a consultant in A&E. He's sworn never to buy a trampoline for his kids given the number of life changing injuries he's dealt with as a result of them. He tells me they're second only to road accidents for numbers of injuries to kids he see's. Suffice to say it rather put me off getting one for my kids.

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Scorpion

My best mate works as a consultant in A&E. He's sworn never to buy a … My best mate works as a consultant in A&E. He's sworn never to buy a trampoline for his kids given the number of life changing injuries he's dealt with as a result of them. He tells me they're second only to road accidents for numbers of injuries to kids he see's. Suffice to say it rather put me off getting one for my kids.



That's a choice you have made for your family and that's totally fine but that's like not flying in a plane, crossing a road, riding a bike etc because "what if"

Scorpion

My best mate works as a consultant in A&E. He's sworn never to buy a … My best mate works as a consultant in A&E. He's sworn never to buy a trampoline for his kids given the number of life changing injuries he's dealt with as a result of them. He tells me they're second only to road accidents for numbers of injuries to kids he see's. Suffice to say it rather put me off getting one for my kids.



​Second only to road incidents?
That's relatively few considering the amount of kids who ride in cars, cross roads, ride bikes on road, play football on roads etc.

Trampolines must be pretty safe

Scorpion

My best mate works as a consultant in A&E. He's sworn never to buy a … My best mate works as a consultant in A&E. He's sworn never to buy a trampoline for his kids given the number of life changing injuries he's dealt with as a result of them. He tells me they're second only to road accidents for numbers of injuries to kids he see's. Suffice to say it rather put me off getting one for my kids.



My oldest son kneed himself in the mouth on a trampoline at Butlins in Minehead (on the last day of our holiday) around 8 years ago when he was 11. One of his front teeth came out and we ended up leaving early to drive back to our dentist in Exeter (with the tooth in a container of milk). Unfortunately, the dentist couldn't do anything with the tooth and my son then went on to spend around the next 7 years wearing a plate with a false tooth on, then when he needed a brace, a false tooth had to built in around the train track braces. His braces are now off and he has now been able to have a bridge fitted. Our local dentist wasn't able to do all of this and we ended up initially going to Bristol Dental Hospital for treatment and then to our local dental hospital for the remaining time. Despite this, he has been on a trampoline since (a Plum 8 ft one) but has been extra careful as to how far he lifts his knees up when he jumps. My youngest son (who is 10) enjoys time on the trampoline as well, but he knows what his brother went through and is also extra careful about keeping his knees away from his face when he jumps.

Have you got the barcode pls?

Scorpion

My best mate works as a consultant in A&E. He's sworn never to buy a … My best mate works as a consultant in A&E. He's sworn never to buy a trampoline for his kids given the number of life changing injuries he's dealt with as a result of them. He tells me they're second only to road accidents for numbers of injuries to kids he see's. Suffice to say it rather put me off getting one for my kids.



SAFETY NET !!!

5 in stock at my local tescos but full price at £130 so not nationwide

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Jemma1105

Have you got the barcode pls?


Above the barcode there is a code 30247AA82 then the actual barcode number is 5036523052436

None Broughton nrw chester but great deal if you can find one! (Or get me one n I'll pay postage haha

xtrem3x

Second only to road incidents? That's relatively few considering the … Second only to road incidents? That's relatively few considering the amount of kids who ride in cars, cross roads, ride bikes on road, play football on roads etc. Trampolines must be pretty safe


your logic doesn't really work
as way less use a trampoline than do all of those... the number of injuries from trampolines should be way less
without the figures cant see properly though ofc

fishmaster

I don't mind giving my 10 foot plums a bounce.




Ha ha! Spat out my tea laughing at this!

DOI Orthopaedic surgeon;

approx 11,000 trampoline injuries per year requiring hospital treatment, so fairly significant compared to the number of trampoline sales (approx 100,000 per year) - 1 in 10 trampolines generates a hospital admission.

I've seen on separate occaisions two children lose eye-balls, one one a spring that snapped, one by kneeing themselves in the face. I've seen spine fractures, leg fractures, including someone who lost 4cm of tibia and needed an ilizarov frame.

The problem is looking at the risk factors:
multiple people on trampoline = 1.7x risk
acrobatics = 1.3x Risk
lack of supervision 1.6x risk

So, if you get the kids a trampoline, it suddenly becomes not fun at all having to take it in turns, pencil bounce in the centre, no flips, bottom bounces, and, needing to be watched by a parent constantly.

Hi what can you do with the barcode. Only asking as I was about to order this for my son

It is much safer to wrap your kids up in cotton wool and keep them inside away from germs and danger.....

I can LOL and roll my eyes now but I once really thought I was going to meet my maker on a big huge bouncy castle type thingy.

Sheisme01

Hi what can you do with the barcode. Only asking as I was about to order … Hi what can you do with the barcode. Only asking as I was about to order this for my son



Barcode makes it easier to identify the chosen item when phoning up customer services for stock information in a particular store, most of the time it is false anyway (from my experience) as I phoned a few times asking for stock, the customer service then phones the store, the store says they don't have any which to my surprise I find it in store the same day or the next.

Also from my experience the staff are too lazy to get it from the back, they just say "if it's not here then we don't have any" and again to my surprise I find it the next day or a few days later.

Full price in Wrexham

you don't need to justify why you got two. You will get negative comments … you don't need to justify why you got two. You will get negative comments regardless. good find. i paid £50 last year and that was a bargain and my daughter loves it.



Your neighbours don't with all the noise and screaming children

POWYSWALES

All these amazing deals since Brexit. Looks like leaving the EU is only … All these amazing deals since Brexit. Looks like leaving the EU is only going to have a negative effect on the top 2%, no wonder Cameron and his mates wanted us to remain.



I know, it's amazing... this website barely existed before the vote, and I don't think I ever saw anything discounted previously!!! Did shops even have sales before the Brexit vote??? oO X)
Edited by: "Stu.C" 18th May

This is not all stores as I have just called mine I Glasgow and they are still 130 and was advised different stores can do different deals

St Helens still scans £100

Does anyone know if these are in Yorkshire stores please? Thanks x

Just got one in twickenham it says £90 on the shelf but its £32.50 when scanned i made them check first. they had two left.

Don't get a trampoline, don't fly on planes, don't ride a bike... don't enjoy any aspect of life. News flash there is an element of risk to everything we do. Brilliant deal heat added!
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