If you have kids and are looking for ways to get them outside or keep them outside then you are probably wondering how much is a trampoline? I have put plenty of research into trampolines over the years and how much does a trampoline cost is a pretty easy question with a not so simple answer. The answer is that cost varies wildly depending on the brand, the size, and the quality.
You can spend a few hundred or a few thousand dollars on your typical backyard trampoline. If you are opting for a toddler trampoline, these are usually a few hundred dollars at the highest price point and tend to come in around $50-$100 depending on the brand.
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How Much is a Trampoline?
Now that I have given you the answer that, it varies, the cost is going to depend on a lot of factors.
- What size are you looking for
- What kind of safety features are you looking for
- How important are quality and longevity
- What extra’s do you want that are not included (perhaps a basketball hoop or items to winterize your trampoline)
- Are you looking for a round trampoline or something more rectangular for trampolining and gymnastics activities?
- Are you looking for something color specific? There are many pink trampoline options out there!
When you think about all of these, you are going to narrow down your search for the perfect trampoline.
Top of the Line Trampoline Prices
I will give you some examples. If you are looking for a top-of-the-line with a 10-year warranty, you are going to want to go with Springfree Trampolines. They are between $1500-$2500. Before you let the price shock you, consider that you are going to get close to a decade or more without anything wearing out on this trampoline, regardless of the weather and climate.
If you want to read my full review on Springfree Trampolines, check it out here.
Round Trampolines under $500
If you want the other end of the spectrum, you can get a pretty decent round trampoline for $500. This is the mid-range price for trampolines, although I also consider mid-range to go up to $1000. for trampolines around the $500 budget, I would suggest a Zupapa Trampoline.
You can read more on my review of Zupapa Trampolines here
Cheap Backyard Trampolines
If you are limited in budget, you should go with a Skywalker trampoline. These range between $250 and $350 on average. They do a great job as a short term investment with instant gratification. With that being said, do not expect them to stand up to harsh weather for more than a season or two, and generally replacement parts are needed after year 2 with this trampoline.
You can read more on my Skywalker review here.
Overall, the cost of a trampoline is going to vary based on a lot of factors. It is best to set your budget and then check out all of the trampolines that are in your budget.
Lindsay is a mom of two boys and has spent countless hours researching, comparing, and writing about trampolines and backyard toys for her family. Lindsay has a Bachelor of Arts from Simon Fraser University.