Stockade Playhouse - Tesco Direct - was £151.64 now £128.89 - Double Points + Quidco
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Stockade Playhouse - Tesco Direct - was £151.64 now £128.89 - Double Points + Quidco

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Found 26th May 2009Made hot 30th May 2009
Stockade Playhouse

This stockade playhouse is great fun for children. Featuring an Easy climb gradient ramp and an Apex roof that provides shelter, this timber structure is pre treated for protection against the elements and is CE approved EN71 tested. With a Tongue and groove pine floor and 3 Openings to look out this playhouse will capture your childs imagination and provide endless fun and entertainment.

Complete with space under the building which is idea as a den or to use for storage.

i love this - might do for my horrible 15yr old!!!

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Original Poster

http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Enlarge/9/SS09205-9659TPS402506.jpg

does anyone have on of these - just wondering how sturdy it is??

Looks really good for the price

Well it gets 9/10 on Reevoo so that seems fairly good. I think I might get one for my son.

Have some H&R

Looks great.

Pity it's mainland UK only, so us Northern Irish folk are excluded :x

Johnnypanic .... where does it exclude NI ?? - went throught to just before checkout and seemed fine for me!!!

Checjb - Got 9/10 but only based on one review...

I wanted to buy this before - now its even more tempting!!!

robs;5339006

Johnnypanic .... where does it exclude NI ?? - went throught to just … Johnnypanic .... where does it exclude NI ?? - went throught to just before checkout and seemed fine for me!!!Checjb - Got 9/10 but only based on one review...



Does say mainland only under delivery info. Pity - would love this or the sunflower tower playhouse, but not to be!

This makes me regret living in an apartment and not being a kid any more.

This would be perfect as a seige tower!

johnnypanic;5326560

Looks great.Pity it's mainland UK only, so us Northern Irish folk are … Looks great.Pity it's mainland UK only, so us Northern Irish folk are excluded :x



yeah makes you sick that, especially as NI stores make tesco the biggest profit. all right to take not give. every little counts, yeah, who ya kidding.

128plant;5357840

yeah makes you sick that, especially as NI stores make tesco the biggest … yeah makes you sick that, especially as NI stores make tesco the biggest profit. all right to take not give. every little counts, yeah, who ya kidding.



Do NI stores really make any more profit than mainland stores? What about shipping costs?
Forgive if I'm barking up the wrong tree. I'm no expert but I would have thought the cost of shipping to NI is down to the shipping company I do know the the Irish sea is a very expensive stretch of water.

robs;5320685

does anyone have on of these - just wondering how sturdy it is??


We have had one of these in our garden for the last 3 years although we bought ours from Waltons I think. We didn't paint ours but it was pre treated. It is very sturdy and will withstand quite a few kids jumping around on it. It is recommended that it is positioned on concrete or a sturdy base ideally not directly onto grass. The only downside is that our son got bored with it quite quickly and it now sits in our garden being used as a storage shed for his garden toys.

listerdude;5358516

Do NI stores really make any more profit than mainland stores? What about … Do NI stores really make any more profit than mainland stores? What about shipping costs?Forgive if I'm barking up the wrong tree. I'm no expert but I would have thought the cost of shipping to NI is down to the shipping company I do know the the Irish sea is a very expensive stretch of water.




our products are often dearer than mainland stores, unless its advertised offers and wages less so they save, and the shipping not much more as half products going from irish producers, so balances out. the containers are full both ways. the carriage costs are artificially high for retail, of family trade rather than freight. a profit making scam again.

we dont have any superstores either, its reallly unreal. annoys me compared to english prices and offers, especially given the profit they are making. the irish producers recently crashed a directors meeting about it all is scandelous really.

listerdude;5358516

Do NI stores really make any more profit than mainland stores? What about … Do NI stores really make any more profit than mainland stores? What about shipping costs?Forgive if I'm barking up the wrong tree. I'm no expert but I would have thought the cost of shipping to NI is down to the shipping company I do know the the Irish sea is a very expensive stretch of water.



to give you an idea of the cost of living difference. i have previously taken car to england to do christmas shopping and saved, sailing and accomodation included, going right down to donnington market.

gone back up to £215

johnnypanic;5326560

Looks great.Pity it's mainland UK only, so us Northern Irish folk are … Looks great.Pity it's mainland UK only, so us Northern Irish folk are excluded :x



I ordered one of these on the 30 May 2009 just on the off chance of getting it delivered to Northern Ireland. It just been delivered I live in Portaferry. :-D:-D:-D:The delivery men said they deliver all the time from Waltons to Northern Ireland I just checked the product again online its now upto £215.00 :cry:
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