TP Toys has launched its Black Friday deals and these are our top picks to buy right now

Don't miss your chance to snap up a TP Toys deal before Black Friday 2020 – from trampolines to climbing frames, there's amazing savings to be made on top outdoor toys

TP Toys Black Friday deals
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On the lookout for one of the best trampolines or climbing frames for the kids this Christmas? With all of us spending more time outdoors this year, kitting out our gardens with the brilliant outdoor toys is a smart move to keep the kids entertained, whatever the weather. 

For that very reason, we're so excited to see that TP Toys (opens in new tab) has launched its amazing Black Friday deals today, more than two weeks before the main event itself! It means you can beat the Black Friday rush and get your Christmas orders done in plenty of time for a pre-Christmas delivery. Just imagine how excited the kids will be to wake up and discover their very own adventure playground in the garden on Christmas Day! 

We've rounded up our top TP Toys Black Friday deals below – there's something for gardens (and budgets) big and small, so keep scrolling to find your perfect buy. Want to see more early Black Friday 2020 deals and start your shopping early? Head to our guide for all the top offers, both in the UK and US.

TP Toys Black Friday deals

Akrobat Fenix 8ft trampoline | £559, now £479 at TP Toys (opens in new tab)

Thanks to its innovative spring system, kids will love bouncing around on this great buy. Safety aspects have been considered throughout the design too, with a crawl through entrance to keep little jumpers secure at all times, plus it comes with a lifetime guarantee for the frame for complete peace of mind. Thanks to the smart click system, it's easy to assemble without the need for screws or tools. If you want a slightly bigger design, there's also the option of a 10ft model for £559 (usually £659).

TP Treetops Wooden Tower Playhouse | £349.98, now £279.98 at TP Toys (opens in new tab)

Need something that's suitable for a small garden but still offers plenty of action-packed activities? This is the buy for you. The two-storey treehouse will keep them active, with a ladder giving them access to the lookout platform. There's a wavy slide for added fun, and a handy storage box/bench seat to keep garden toys neat and tidy when not in use. 

TP Kingswood Bruce Wooden Swing Set & Slide | £1,129.95, now £899.95 at TP Toys  (opens in new tab)

What kid wouldn't want this in their own garden? Suitable for children aged 3+, this is guaranteed to give them years of outdoor fun. There's a tower with two platforms, a look out platform, an internal access ladder, climbing wall, a swing section with two swings and a 2.5m wavy slide. All the wood is pre-drilled for easy assembly. 

TP Cubby House with Verandah | £209.99, now £169.99 at TP Toys (opens in new tab)

Inspire their imaginations with this great-value buy. Whether they want to create their own shop, secret hideaway or garden den, they'll have hours of role playing fun and more with this mini summerhouse. Made from FSC wood, it has a half stable door and two wooden window boxes so they even plant up their own mini gardens. 

TP Castlewood Sherborne swing set & slide | £614.96, now £494.96 at TP Toys (opens in new tab)

Another good option for smaller gardens, this compact climbing frame has a single swing, slide, wooden step ladder and integral climbing wall. There's even a fireman's pole for added fun. Suitable for 3+ years. 

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Beth's first journalism job was working for Real Homes magazine more than 18 years ago. It cemented her love of all things homes- and garden-related and she's never looked back since. She's worked for  and contributed to a number of leading magazines in the UK, including Ideal Home magazine, Period Living magazine, Grand Designs magazine and Good Homes magazine amongst others, before returning to Real Homes magazine as editor. Now the editor of, Beth's attention is firmly outdoors, and she's constantly inspired by how people make use of their outdoor space. 

Her own garden is a really important part of her family's home, and they were lucky enough to inherit a space with lots of lovely mature planting when they bought their 1930s property. 

Since then, they've built several raised beds for a veg patch, increased the size of the flowerbeds to find room for yet more of her favourite David Austin roses and her husband's collection of hostas, created an outdoor living room complete with comfy sofas and festoon lights, and not forgetting the biggest challenge of all – trying to fit in the ever changing assortment of trampolines, climbing frames and outdoor toys that are inevitable when you have two young kids!