PARENTS can bag a bargain on kids’ luggage at Sports Direct which is selling a ride-on suitcase for £19.99.
The Star Wheelie Case works in a similar way to the popular Trunki suitcases that have a dip on the top for children to sit on them.
Kids can then push along the floor with their feet and roll along beside parents on the four wheels at the bottom of the bag.
It’ll cost you £8 less than a Trunki too, which will set you back £27.99 for a pink Trixie version or blue Terrance bag from Amazon and Halfords.
The suitcase comes in two designs – a dark green with a dinosaur print or light blue with unicorns and bows on them.
The bag is around the same size as a Trunki too so your children will be able to fit in all of your holiday kit.
Trunki case has generous dimensions of W46 x H20.5 x D31 cm while Sports Direct’s is W48 x H33 x D21cm.
It’s not the first time that the retailer has dropped the price of the luggage – last year it also slashed the £50 price tag to £20.
We couldn’t actually find a similar suitcase cheaper anywhere else so you’re really bagging a bargain with the case from Sports Direct.
They’re available to buy online and in store, but you’ll need to factor in the £4.99 delivery charge if buy via the website.
Most retailers typically charge £39.99 for a Trunki so it’s always worth keeping an eye out for bargain look-a-likes.
Two years ago, discounter Lidl stocked similar kids’ suitcases for half the price of a Trunki.
Suitcases can be expensive which is why we’ve put together a tried-and-tested list of the best budget luggage for you.
We’ve also put together a guide to the best kids’ backpacks that not only work for school kids, but also for toddlers and sixth formers.
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