Aldi are selling some bargain garden toys in time for the summer holidays


Discount supermarket Aldi are selling a 10ft trampoline for £89.99, and a triple swing for £70.

That’ll definitely get them out into the garden this summer and away from the the TV!

According to their website, the trampoline is ‘built from anti-rust galvanised steel and springs covered by a weather resistant foam pad.’

It also promises that its durability will ‘keep your children bouncing for years to come’, so hopefully that means future summer holidays are also sorted.


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Their double swing set with glider is described as ‘ultra durable’, with Aldi saying it’s an ‘essential addition to any family garden’ and that it will be in your back garden for ‘years to come’. Sounds like both are worth the investment then.

Shoppers can pre-order both the trampoline and swing set online now before they go on sale on July 7, when they'll be dispatched. Better yet, they come with a 1 year warranty if anything goes wrong so you've got peace of mind there.


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Online orders cost £3.95 for large item standard delivery, with them being delivered between 1 – 7 working days. All that’s left to do now is find a way to keep the kids happy while they wait for their new garden goodies to arrive.

If you want something else to enjoy in the garden as the weather heats up, Aldi are also selling a 10 Foot Quick Set Up Pool for £29.99, which takes just 10 minutes to inflate - perfect when you want to cool down or throw a last minute garden party.

We know the summer holidays are long, so you might need some help keeping them entertained for six whole weeks. Thankfully we put together some fun ways to entertain your kids. From home activities to venturing outside, there's something for everyone here.

Lucy Buglass
Digital Writer

Lucy Buglass is a Digital Writer for What's on TV,, and Woman&Home. After finishing her degree in Film Studies at Oxford Brookes University she moved to London to begin her career. She's passionate about entertainment and spends most of her free time watching Netflix series, BBC dramas, or going to the cinema to catch the latest film releases.