Plush Queen Size raised air bed with built in pump £48.99 at Costco
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Plush Queen Size raised air bed with built in pump £48.99 at Costco

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Found 19th Aug 2014
Queen sized delux plush raised air bed. Price includes delivery and vat.

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national or loCalised deal?

Original Poster

It is on their website. I have not yet checked if it is instore.

Thanks for posting this, after a terrible experience on a self inflating bed whilst caravanning at the weekend (by midnight, it'd self deflated to the point our bum cheeks were on the ground!), this looks like a pretty cost effective replacement.

Free postage on this deal makes it marginally cheaper than the likes of Amazon and Ebay. These kind of beds are a gamble if you ask me, normally they are used on rare occasions so if they develop a fault even after a few uses you are already out of your warranty period and in the bin it must go.

Ours is like a magic carpet

Gball

Free postage on this deal makes it marginally cheaper than the likes of … Free postage on this deal makes it marginally cheaper than the likes of Amazon and Ebay. These kind of beds are a gamble if you ask me, normally they are used on rare occasions so if they develop a fault even after a few uses you are already out of your warranty period and in the bin it must go.



agree they're a gamble but even if this does develop a fault, Costco are great for returns - we returned an air bed to them after a few uses and they refunded it without an issue.

These are excellent air beds. You need to make sure it is rock solid and fully inflated each night (some air will escape after sleeping on it) as it massively improves the comfort.

Anyone with a bad back using one of these?
I find that I need a very firm mattress (not mistress!) to help with my back, not sure if these would be acceptable?

Plus £30 membership!

Purchased an airbed similar to this on holiday a couple of weeks ago. same manufacturer - intex - nice comfy bed and had no issues on holiday with it - used for about 6 days on a camping holiday.

Chucked our old aerobed which kept getting tiny tears in it. Not funny trying to sleep on a half deflated airbed.

MaximusRo

Anyone with a bad back using one of these?I find that I need a very firm … Anyone with a bad back using one of these?I find that I need a very firm mattress (not mistress!) to help with my back, not sure if these would be acceptable?



Yea, I'd like to know this also. Fed up of having to sleep on the crappy springy single beds in premier inn when I work away from home.

Besford

Plus £30 membership!


I think non-members can buy online and pay a small percentage excess charge.

GibsonSt19

Thanks for posting this, after a terrible experience on a self inflating … Thanks for posting this, after a terrible experience on a self inflating bed whilst caravanning at the weekend (by midnight, it'd self deflated to the point our bum cheeks were on the ground!), this looks like a pretty cost effective replacement.




That's what you get for holding up traffic!

Heavyweight

I think non-members can buy online and pay a small percentage excess … I think non-members can buy online and pay a small percentage excess charge.



5%

I've had one of these for about 5/6 years it's been great and had loads of use, I also suffer with a bad back an found this really comfy, you have to make sure it's rock hard tho.

this has always been this price.. i got one 2 years back and works well. it does lose some air through the night.. still ok for the odd day when you give up your bed for a visitor !
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