By Beth Murton
Looking for a cheap trampoline to keep the kids entertained during winter lockdowns? We don't blame you. Encouraging them to spend time outdoors when the weather isn't always at its best at this time of year can be tricky, but when you have one of the best trampolines in the garden for them to play on, life suddenly becomes much easier.
Investing in a trampoline will keep kids fit and healthy over the winter and beyond, plus it can be just as much fun for adults too! Children will love having a fun break from homeschooling by bouncing around outdoors at lunchtime, and it's a great way to tempt them away from their screens for an hour or two at the weekend.
The great news is that you don't need to spend a fortune to add some serious fun factor to your outdoor space either. There are plenty of cheap trampoline deals available right now, so grab a great buy before demand peaks with the warmer weather in spring and prices inevitably go up again.
To make life easy for you (we're helpful like that), we've rounded up the best cheap trampoline deals available right now. Simply sit back and keep scrolling to see the best buys on offer in the UK and US from the likes of Walmart, Target and Amazon. Plus, don't miss our garden deals for more great buys for your outside space.
Cheap trampoline deals: quicklinks
Want to scroll through the trampoline sales yourself? Use these quicklinks to take you to the sale sites below, for both US and UK, or scroll down to see our top picks.
Trampolines in the UK:
- Shop trampolines at Amazon
- Shop trampolines at Argos
- Shop trampolines at Decathlon
- Shop trampolines at Robert Dyas
- Shop trampolines at Smyths Toys
- Shop trampolines at The Range
- Shop trampolines at TP Toys
- Shop trampolines at Wayfair
Trampolines in the US:
- Shop trampolines at Amazon
- Shop trampolines at The Home Depot
- Shop trampolines at Lowes
- Shop trampolines at Target
- Shop trampolines at Walmart
- Shop trampolines at Wayfair
Cheap trampoline deals: UK
Plum BOWL Freebound 14ft Kids Outdoor Trampoline & Enclosure |
£1500 now £1083.99 at Argos (save £416.01)
There will be no need for the kids to ever leave the garden in search of entertainment again if they have one of these to play on. Forget traditional flat bed trampolines, this new design is all about multiple bouncing surfaces thanks to its unique bowl shape that encourages freestyle play. It has an extra thick enclosure for added safety and the frame has a 10-year warranty. this really is the next generation of garden trampolines.
Orbit Round 12-foot Trampoline | £549.99 at Very
Although not currently on sale, this is one of the lowest prices we've seen for this design. If you're looking for a trampoline big enough for kids and adults to play on, then this January sale bargain should be top of your online shopping list. It's built to last and comes with a lifetime frame guarantee for peace of mind. It's also has a patented spring system for a bigger, quieter bounce.
Sportspower 14 x 8ft Rebound Trampoline |
£499.99 now £399.99 at Very (save £100)
Where do we start with this fun trampoline? Well for starters, it takes jumping to the next level with the angled jump mat that makes it more like the trampoline parks your kids know and love. It has a galvanised steel frame, is suitable for age 6+ and has a weight limit of 100kg. View Deal
Plum Wave Springsafe 10ft Trampoline with Enclosure | £179.99 at Amazon
Suitable for ages 6+ and a maximum of two children at any one time, this 10ft enclosure is a great buy for your garden. There's safety padding on the frame and springs, plus a metal rim at the top of the enclosure for extra stability. The Springsafe 2G enclosure keeps children away from the springs for extra safety.
Sportspower 10ft Titan Super Tube Trampoline |
£259.99 now £229.99 at Very (save £30)
Suitable for ages 6+ and with a maximum weight limit of 150kg, this 10ft trampoline is a great-value buy for your garden. It's made from a galvanised steel frame and comes with a ladder. The bowl-shaped design of the enclosure means there's even more space for bouncing. View Deal
Thierry 4ft hexagon trampoline |
£119.99 now £97.99 at Wayfair (save £22)
This 4ft above ground trampoline is a great choice for younger children and will fit well in a small garden. It comes with a safety enclosure, a zipped entrance for easy access and the maximum weight limit is 50kg. View Deal
Zupapa Kids 12ft Trampoline With Safety Enclosure | £369.99 at Amazon
A 12ft design offers lot of space for more than one child to be bouncing on the trampoline at the same time. It's made from rust resistant metal and the legs come with wind stakes to ensure it stays firmly on the ground in high winds. Too big or small for your space? It's also available as a 10ft or 14ft design.
Sportspower 8ft Outdoor Kids Trampoline with Enclosure | £100 at Argos
Although not currently on sale, we had to include this buy in our selection as it's such a brilliant price if you're looking for ways to keep the kids entertained but don't want to spend more than £100. The enclosures means all the main safety features are catered for, plus the enclosure folds down for easy storage. Also available as a 10ft version for £120.View Deal
Cheap trampoline deals: US
SereneLife 10-Foot Outdoor Backyard Play Trampoline and Safety Protective Dual Closure Net Enclosure |
$449.99 now $324.99 at Target (save $125)
This large trampoline is built to last with a solid steel frame and weather-resistant design withstands the elements, so you don't need to worry about it being left outside. The mesh enclosure system keeps your kids safe, and the dual close, with both zipper and buckles, gives extra peace of mind.View Deal
Gymax 12 FT Trampoline |
$599.99 now $409.99 at Walmart (save $190)
With a 12ft diameter and a maximum weight capacity of 375lbs, there's plenty of space for the kids to bounce around in safety on this buy. It's made from a galvanized steel frame for durability, while the U-shape legs offer plenty of stability. View Deal
Bluerise 6FT Kids Trampoline | $169.99 at Amazon
Ideal for smaller backyards, this 6ft trampoline is a great choice for younger kids. It comes with an enclosure and a basketball hoop so they can combine bouncing with one of their favorite backyard games.
Gymax Kids Youth Jumping Round Trampoline Exercise W/ Safety Pad |
$289.99 now $109.99 at Walmart (save $180)
This trampoline is for smaller jumpers aged 3 - 6 years and they will be kept safe with the padded protective frame and surrounding net. There's a huge saving on this so not to be missed!View Deal
JumpKing JK1015OVBHSG 10 x 15 Foot Trampoline with Safety Net Enclosure, 2 Basketball Hoops, 1 Ball, and 1 Soccer Net |
$718.99 now $519.99 at Target (save $199)
Kids can take their trampolining to another level with this model! It has a basketball hoop at each end and a soccer net. So they can play ball games whilst bouncing around for even more fun.View Deal
Why is now a good time for cheap trampoline deals?
There are some really low prices on trampolines in winter, even if the weather isn't always for the best for using one at the moment. Why? Because this is the time of year when the sales of trampolines are at their lowest, so you can pick up a bargain before the weather improves and everybody starts to think about getting outdoors.
Retailers are also keen to clear out stock of 2020 trampolines ready for the new 2021 models to arrive in the spring. So keep your eyes peeled for some bargain buys – or bookmark this page and we will keep ours peeled for you.
Cheap trampoline deals
Looking for more bargains? We have rounded up some trampoline deals by type, starting with our top rated buys.
Our best-rated trampolines at their best prices:
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