Where To Buy Trampolines In The UK 2021

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Where To Buy Trampolines In The UK 2021

Trampolines were incredibly hard to get hold of last summer, so if you want one this year it's a good idea to buy early! If you're wondering where to get your hands on a trampoline in the UK you've come to the right place. We'll keep you up to date with the best deals, stock alerts and price drops right here.

Here's where to buy trampolines in the UK:

Trampolines In Stock

7ft and 8ft Trampolines from Asda






Sports Direct:



Trampolines Out Of Stock

Plum 4.5ft and 8ft trampolines from Aldi




The Entertainer:



John Lewis & Partners:


When you're shopping for a trampoline you'll find many different kinds. They vary drastically in size from individual ones with a handle, through to giant double ones for those hardcore bouncers.

Look for ones with a safety net, as this helps prevents accidents, and ones with a padded mat all around the edges to cover the springs.

What is the best trampoline to buy?

The shape, size and style of trampoline you buy will depend on the space you have in your garden, the age of your children, and your budget.

What type of trampoline should I buy?

There are three main shapes of trampoline:

  • Round trampolines are the most popular and come in sizes from 4ft to 14ft. They provide a large surface area to bounce on, and the regular distribution of springs mean you generally end up back in the middle.
  • Rectangular trampolines are most associated with gymnasts and professionals, but are becoming more widely available to the public, and are useful for those with limited garden space as they can be put in a corner. They are better suited to those with more experience.
  • Oval Trampolines combine the benefits of round and rectangular styles, and benefit from taking up less space as well as having two bouncing areas rather than one central one.

What is a Ground Trampoline?

In-ground trampolines or ground trampolines* sit on the ground rather than above, so you have to dig a hole to put them in the ground. They are easier to use for those who struggle to climb on to a regular above ground trampoline or with using a ladder.

Main image: B&M. Additional images: Aldi, Asda

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