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Sam's Club Members: Lifetime Adventure Tower Playset $999

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Sam's Club has for their Members: Lifetime Adventure Tower Playset on sale for $999. Shipping is free.

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5' tall decking with hard top clubhouse
2 doors and 4 store fronts
2 rock climbing walls and 2 swings
9' wavy slide
Steering wheel and car map
Trapeze
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Great price. I wish the monkey bar set would go on sale though.
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Got this set earlier this year for the same price and everyone loves it. Very sturdy. Our entire family, adults included, can all be on it with no issue. Assembly took about 18 hours mostly by myself which I hear is about average and I was taking my time. Follow the instructions closely or else you will be back tracking. There are also YouTube videos from Lifetime to help. This hasn't budged at all in high winds even before installing the ground tethers. I have noticed some rust drops from some of the weld spots but I really don't think it's going to affect anything. Oh, by the way, the slide is pretty amazing. You think you will go down an average speed but you'd be very wrong. It is recommended to place material under and around this for falls but we put ours right on the grass and just keep the grass longer and healthy. Kids have already fallen off and they're fine, it's part of growing up. Be careful when tightening certain items as you can easily go overboard and damage the plastic by compressing it too much. Cheers.
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