Where you can still buy inflatable pools online

There are still a few inflatable pools in stock online.
There are still a few inflatable pools in stock online.

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This summer is looking a bit different due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Depending on where you live, community pools and water parks may still not be open to encourage social distancing. That means that inflatable pools in your backyard are your next best option. The only issue? They’re selling out—and fast. 

While it’s nearly impossible to find large inflatable pools that will fit several family members, there are still kiddie pools and smaller pools available on Amazon, Walmart, Dick’s Sporting Goods. We scoured the Internet for the best inflatable pools that are still available online, choosing only ones with the best ratings and reviews. Plus, since these pool products are selling out fast, we’ll be updating this story as items come in and out of stock.  

Where to buy inflatable pools

Amazon

Home Depot

Dick’s Sporting Goods

Urban Outfitters

Walmart

Shopbop

Target

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Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.

This article originally appeared on Reviewed.com: The best inflatable pools you can still buy online: Amazon, Home Depot, and more

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