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15' Little Tikes Mega Trampoline + 2.5% SD Cashback EXPIRED

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Target has 15' Little Tikes Mega Trampoline on sale for $209.99. Shipping is free. 2.5% Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store (PC extension required, before checkout) see details below.

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Key Features:
  • Dimensions (Overall): 120 Inches (L), 15 Feet (H) x 120 Inches (W)
  • Weight: 130 Pounds
  • Holds up to: 150 Pounds
  • Includes: Safety Enclosure
  • Features: Outdoor Use
  • Recommended Capacity: 1 Person
  • Suggested Age: 6 Years and Up
  • Adult Assembly Required, Tools Not Provided

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Down 30% can make the deal more slick by creating new target account and setting today as your birthday for additional 5% off of price. As well as another 5% if you are a red card member. Decent price for a 15 footer even if you decide to upgrade some of it.

https://www.target.com/p/little-t...A-80270823
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Not a silly question - I had the same one when researching whether to buy it.

It's 15' from one end of the frame to the other side. The actual trampoline mat is closer to 13' wide.
PSA: For everyone wondering, this has a 150 lbs. total weight limit/capacity. Not really intended for kids and adult use long term. Sure as others stated it can support their over 150 lbs. weight, but I can imagine the extra stress on the springs will wear them quicker and can potentially lead to injuries should one of them snap. Please be safe SD family. 👍
I bought this one about 3 months ago and so far so good -

https://www.homedepot.com/p/SKYTR.../205516328

Quite a bit more than the one posted, but I have no complaints. I've gone on it myself and I'm over 225lbs with no weird squeaks or rattles. So far have had as many as 4 pre teens on it, roughhousing, and no discernible strain.

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There's some pretty strong negative reviews. Anyone have any recommendations for a nice quality trampoline for the kids?
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There's some pretty strong negative reviews. Anyone have any recommendations for a nice quality trampoline for the kids?
I bought this one about 3 months ago and so far so good -

https://www.homedepot.com/p/SKYTR.../205516328

Quite a bit more than the one posted, but I have no complaints. I've gone on it myself and I'm over 225lbs with no weird squeaks or rattles. So far have had as many as 4 pre teens on it, roughhousing, and no discernible strain.
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I bought this one about 3 months ago and so far so good -

https://www.homedepot.com/p/SKYTR.../205516328

Quite a bit more than the one posted, but I have no complaints. I've gone on it myself and I'm over 225lbs with no weird squeaks or rattles. So far have had as many as 4 pre teens on it, roughhousing, and no discernible strain.
Seems like a silly question but what's the diameter of the trampoline. Specs say it's 9' wide. Obviously wrong but is it 15' or is the actually trampoline portion 15' making the whole thing closer to 17' wide? Thanks
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Seems like a silly question but what's the diameter of the trampoline. Specs say it's 9' wide. Obviously wrong but is it 15' or is the actually trampoline portion 15' making the whole thing closer to 17' wide? Thanks
Not a silly question - I had the same one when researching whether to buy it.

It's 15' from one end of the frame to the other side. The actual trampoline mat is closer to 13' wide.
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There's some pretty strong negative reviews. Anyone have any recommendations for a nice quality trampoline for the kids?
I have Propel 15' trampoline. Definitely sturdy and good quality... if you can find it in stock. Won't be back in stock till July on Wayfair, which is where I got mine.
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I have Propel 15' trampoline. Definitely sturdy and good quality... if you can find it in stock. Won't be back in stock till July on Wayfair, which is where I got mine.
Thanks for the info..
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I bought this one about 3 months ago and so far so good -

https://www.homedepot.com/p/SKYTR.../205516328

Quite a bit more than the one posted, but I have no complaints. I've gone on it myself and I'm over 225lbs with no weird squeaks or rattles. So far have had as many as 4 pre teens on it, roughhousing, and no discernible strain.
Thanks for the info..
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There's some pretty strong negative reviews. Anyone have any recommendations for a nice quality trampoline for the kids?
I bought a Skywalker trampoline from Walmart and have been happy with it. That brand is also on amazon
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There's some pretty strong negative reviews. Anyone have any recommendations for a nice quality trampoline for the kids?
http://www.walmart.com/ip/JumpKin.../676679021
We got this for the kids for Christmas
It's been a huge hit and I often bounce with them (6' 190lbs)
Cant speak to the longevity but it seems to be good quality!
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Do we have to somehow anchor this down to the ground? Or just leave it out like that on windy days? Thanks
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PSA: For everyone wondering, this has a 150 lbs. total weight limit/capacity. Not really intended for kids and adult use long term. Sure as others stated it can support their over 150 lbs. weight, but I can imagine the extra stress on the springs will wear them quicker and can potentially lead to injuries should one of them snap. Please be safe SD family. 👍
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Do we have to somehow anchor this down to the ground? Or just leave it out like that on windy days? Thanks
Definitely anchor down. Could fly away and damage sidings, for example.

Pure Fun 4pc Universal Trampoline Wind Stakes Anchor Kit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01H1VNAAC

We have this for our Skywalker. Both bought from Amazon last year. So far so good in one year.
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Am I the only one who saw the thumbnail and thought this was an Amazon Echo post? 😂
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