Aldi is Selling a Kids’ Trampoline with Enclosure

If you need to entertain the kids while they’re on vacation from school, Aldi has you covered. The discount grocer sells pools and sprinklers along with swings, water tables, and a range of other outdoor large toys.

One of the latest specials to hit Aldi shelves is a kids’ trampoline with a netted enclosure.

What We Know:

Crane Kids' 55" Trampoline with Enclosure

The Crane Kids’ 55″ Trampoline with Enclosure cost $79.99 at the time of publication.

This is an Aldi Find, which means it’s only in stores for a short time, and stock may be limited. Aldi does not offer online ordering for its specials, so after this sells out at your local store, it’s gone.

To the best of our knowledge, this is the first time Aldi has sold a trampoline like this one. In 2018, Aldi sold a 30″ fitness trampoline with a handle for $39.99. Also in 2018, Aldi sold an inflatable trampoline for kids. We’ve never seen Aldi sell anything like this Crane 55″ trampoline, though.

Crane Kids' 55 Inch Trampoline with Enclosure

Photos via Aldi US.

The Crane Kids’ 55″ Trampoline with Enclosure looks like a lot of trampolines I see in backyards, but with one significant difference: the Crane trampoline is a lot smaller. With many enclosed trampolines starting with diameters of about 8 feet and going up from there (and costing several hundred dollars), the Crane one is just 4 feet and 8 inches, making it more of a mini trampoline. The Crane trampoline is a great price compared to similarly sized trampolines on the market.

Crane Kids' 55 Inch Trampoline with Enclosure

Here’s more information on the trampoline, according to Aldi:

  • Measures 55.12″ x 76.38″
  • Jumping mat diameter: 40″
  • Features a padded protective frame for safety
  • For indoor our outdoor use
  • Features elastic suspension straps
  • Includes thirty elastic rubber springs
  • Includes safety net made of tear-resistant plastic
  • Includes assembly, operating, and training instructions
  • Comes with a two-year warranty

What We Don’t Know:

We have not yet tried the Crane Kids’ 55″ Trampoline with Enclosure, so we don’t know how easily it sets up, how well it works, or how durable it is. We also don’t know what its weight limit is. Our goal for open thread posts like this is to offer a space for people to share about their experiences with an Aldi product.

Do you have experience with the Crane Kids’ 55″ Trampoline with Enclosure? Share your thoughts in the comments below. 

About Rachael

Rachael is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. When she isn't busy shopping at Aldi, she enjoys cooking, gardening, writing gothic romance, and collecting more houseplants than she probably should. You can learn more about her at


  1. Extremely hard to assemble, the springs cords with ball almost break my fingers, no videos and the manual is difficult to see the illustration. the tool is so dangerous for your kids. be careful

  2. I have a bent pole on this trampoline and need to replace it, how do I go about getting a new one. The kids only used this once before having a storm and the wind blowing it across the yard and driveway. I would like to fix it so they can enjoy the trampoline.

  3. I’ve assembled lots of stuff in my day and the spring tool was confusing. I just used my hands. It went together fine, just hurt my fingers. All in all? A little less terrible to assemble than a real trampoline, but only a little. My son is very happy though. Got it on sale today (8/15) for $35 less than it was back when they first got it.

  4. Anyone know the weight limit of the trampoline? Thanks!

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