Sports Direct are offering a Trunki-style kids' suitcase - and it's a bargain!

Perfect for family holidays!

Jetting off with the kids this summer? Need some new luggage? Sports Direct are offering a ride-on suitcase for just £19.99.

The Star Wheelie Case is set to rival popular brand Trunki, with both of them being designed for children to sit on and wheel along. Better yet, this version is £8 cheaper.

They’re designed to make travelling more fun for children, with most parents welcoming any opportunity to keep tots entertained when you’re all rushing around.

Shoppers can pick up a Star Wheelie Case for under £20, and you can choose between two funky designs; a blue and pink case with bows, rainbows and unicorns or a green case featuring multi-coloured dinosaurs.


Credit: Sports Direct


Credit: Sports Direct

Despite the fact Trunki offers more designs over on their website, the Sports Direct dupe is just as good. The dimensions are pretty close, so you can still store a similar amount of luggage for a fraction of the price.

The Trunki case is W46 x H20.5 x D31 cm, and the Star Wheelie Case is W48 x H33 x D21cm, for reference. There’s plenty of room to fit everything your child needs, but here’s a great packing hack that will save time and space.

You can shop them online or in-store, but there is a delivery charge to consider if you choose to order the case there. Going to your nearest Sports Direct is the cheapest option.

Suitcases can be expensive, so this is an ideal way to cut the cost of your next summer holiday whilst keeping the kids entertained at the same time. Sometimes a brightly coloured suitcase they can ride is exactly what you need!

It’s also important to consider family-friendly airlines, so you can keep holiday stress to a minimum. We took a look at the most important factors to help you choose.

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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.