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Lidl’s kids bouncy castles back in store, The Manc

Lidl’s kids bouncy castles back in store

The popular bouncy castle is designed to be city-garden friendly.

Lidl‘s bouncy castles have proven a smash-hit with both kids and parents in previous years. And it looks they’re back in stores for a bargain £34.99.

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With the Manchester rain forecast to stay away for a few weeks, and a heatwave due to arrive before the month is out, many of us will likely be making the most of spending time in our gardens.

If you’re looking for something to keep the kids entertained though, Lidl’s got you covered.

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The colourful bouncy castle has been a frequent sellout in summers gone by, and this year likely won’t be any different, especially as a post showcasing the toy on the ever-popular Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK page on Facebook seems to have gone down so well with hundreds of budget-savvy shoppers.

Coming in two different colour variations – the classic, which is red, yellow and blue, and the pink ‘fairy’ version – at 1.6 metres sq and a height of 1.8 metres, the bouncy castle is specially designed to be city-garden friendly.

Lidl’s kids bouncy castles back in store, The Manc
The popular bouncy castles are specially designed to be city-garden friendly / Credit: Lidl UK

The castle also has a basketball hoop attached to it, as well as a ball and four hoops for throwing.

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Lidl says the castle is made from “robust, durable material” which should keep it standing, and the model comes with eight ground spikes to anchor it down, as well as two repair patches and a three-year warranty.

It has a maximum weight capacity of 50k, and protective side sections for stability.

If you’re looking to get your hands on one before the warm weather arrives, unfortunately it’s not available to buy online, so you’ll need to head into your local Lidl store and keep your fingers crossed to find one.

You can check Lidl opening times via the Store Finder here.

Featured Image – Lidl UK

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