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Get Trampolines for Cheap (Not Cheap Trampolines)

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Ready to buy a trampoline? If your kids are bouncing off the walls and you’d rather have them bounce on a springy platform, you’re not alone.

Hundreds of thousands of trampolines are sold in the U.S. every year, and before you walk into your favorite big-box store to get one, we’re gonna help you save some serious cash.

How much does a trampoline cost? What’s the best trampoline for you? Where to buy a trampoline for sale year-round? We’ll answer these questions and more.

Let’s jump into it. (Trampoline pun.)

A little girl jumping on a Skywalker Trampolines 8' Trampoline with Safety Enclosure in a backyard

What size trampoline do I need?

Always, always, ALWAYS measure the area where you want to place your trampoline before you buy. Trampolines range from 8 to 15 feet in diameter and require a flat surface to be placed on. Make sure you have the right space for your new trampoline.


Who is jumping on the trampoline?

Each trampoline that is on this list can have around 2 to 3 people at a time, but each trampoline will list a total weight threshold for you. For example, if there is a weight limit of 200 lbs, it’s not 200 lbs per jumper; it’s 200 lbs for the total weight of simultaneous jumpers.

If you end up breaking a spring or the mat, retailers do sell separate parts, but each piece is pretty expensive. Be sure to check out the safety features of the trampoline. Don’t risk it.


The best time to buy trampolines is early fall.

A child jumping on a Little Tikes brand trampoline in the backyard while the mom watches and smiles.

We’re constantly watching trampoline deals here at KCL (so you’ll want to bookmark the page and get our app so you don’t miss a single one), and the best deals we find consistently happen in early fall.

In 2021, Walmart had their best prices of the year on 14-foot trampolines the third week of October, during Early Black Friday sales. Trampolines from Airzone and Bounce Pro cost just $184 — $65 less than the cheapest 14-footer we could find the rest of the year.

The best deal we found anywhere this year was at Target in early October: the 15-foot Little Tikes Mega Trampoline for $165.49 — 50% off the regular price.


Walmart almost always has the best deals on trampolines, so look there first.

Boxed trampolines for sale on a Walmart shelf.

Walmart has incredible sales on trampolines in the fall, but even when there isn’t a sale, they consistently have the best prices on trampolines and the best price per foot of trampoline diameter.

This isn’t just about the total price, though; it’s also about unit cost, quality, usability, and more. We found a 14-ft ALEKO trampoline at Walmart for just $245.17 — more than $100 cheaper than their closest competitor. Among all trampoline sizes and brands, this one has the best price per foot of diameter at $17.79. (The second best we could find was $18.69/ft for a 10-ft trampoline. It also has a weight limit of 200 lbs — same as all 12- to 15-ft trampolines.)


Want a tiny trampoline for the kids? Don’t spend more than $45.

The box for a Little Tikes Easy Store 3ft Trampoline with a handle sitting on top of a Target shopping cart.

Most of the time, when we see a trampoline deal, it’s for a 3-foot kiddie trampoline.

The standard price for one of these trampolines is around $70, but we’ve seen them on sale for $39.18 at Target, $39.81 at Sam’s Club, and $44.97 at Walmart.



Pay no more than $150 for an 8-ft trampoline.

A screenshot of a Skywalker Trampoline product page on Target's website.

The average price for an 8-ft trampoline is around $200, but don’t pay any more than $150 for one. These retailers have the best deals on 8-ft trampolines:


Pay no more than $190 for a 10-ft trampoline — but Amazon has even better prices on this size.

A screenshot of a trampoline product page on Amazon.

You can get a 10-ft trampoline at Amazon for only $158.89, but customers have left mixed reviews of the product.

The average price for a 10-ft trampoline is around $330, but don’t pay more than $190 for one. We’ve found great deals on 10-ft trampolines at these retailers:


Pay no more than $250 for a 12-ft trampoline.

A child jumping on a Bounce Pro 12 foot trampoline in a backyard.

The average price for a 12-ft trampoline is around $353, but don’t pay more than $250 for one. These retailers have the best deals on 12-ft trampolines:


Pay no more than $300 for a 14-ft trampoline.

A screenshot of a Skywalker Trampoline product page on Sam's Club's website.

The average price for a 14-ft trampoline is around $420, but don’t pay more than $300 for one. Walmart dominates most in this category; their four cheapest 14-foot trampolines are cheaper than the next contender. Here are the best deals on 14-ft trampolines:


Pay no more than $330 for a 15-ft trampoline.

An Airzone 15 foot trampoline on sale at Walmart

The average price for a 15-ft trampoline is around $580, but don’t pay more than $330 for one. You have options! These retailers have the best deals on 15-ft trampolines:



Save on highly-rated trampolines at Target when you use RedCard.

A boxed Little Tikes Fold-Pack n' Roll trampoline on a shelf at Target.

Target trampolines are more affordable than Amazon’s selection, and they have specific trampolines designed for children. If you have a Target REDcard, you’ll save even more than on Sam’s Club trampolines if you’re looking at a smaller trampoline.


Amazon doesn’t have the best price on trampolines.

An Amazon delivery van parked in a driveway.

Amazon is always battling Walmart for lowest prices, but when it comes to trampolines, they’re not winning. Here is the best-reviewed trampoline in each size, for the best price, on Amazon:


You’ll overpay if you buy from DICK’S, The Home Depot, or Lowe’s.

A person's hand grabbing the box for a 14 ft trampoline stocked at Dick's Sporting Goods.

All the trampolines at DICK’S Sporting Goods, Home Depot, and Lowe’s are from the 12- to 15-ft range. Their prices are higher than other retailers, and you can buy the same trampoline for cheaper at other retailers.

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