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deals on a Trampoline?

kingmoe738 137 10 January 8, 2016 at 12:28 AM
any good deals on trampolines out their? i was was looking at one at amazon that was $329.99 the other day and i was about to order it today but noticed they chagned the price to $360....

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Just remember to call your insurance company so they can jack up your home insurance rates Big Grin
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Just remember to call your insurance company so they can jack up your home insurance rates Big Grin
Lol really? Guess it's better not telling them?
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Lol really? Guess it's better not telling them?
Ya. Do you have a pool? bam insurance up. do you have a trampoline? bam, insurance up. never thought about it until I bought a house and had to answer those questions. kids do love them though Smilie
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Ya. Do you have a pool? bam insurance up. do you have a trampoline? bam, insurance up. never thought about it until I bought a house and had to answer those questions. kids do love them though Smilie
lol we don't have a pool but my 5 year old brother has been asking for one for 2 weeks now. i guess well get it for a while or something lol
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Yeah, if you have a trampoline without declaring it and someone gets hurt on it and sues you, your insurance company has an out not to pay. Pools are bad enough but as long as you fence them in (which is required by law in many areas) you should be fine insurance-wise though they will raise your premiums. A trampoline is just an invitation to a neighbor's kid to get hurt and insurance companies absolutely hate them. If you get one, best to declare it and take the rate hit imo.
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