Smyths is running a 50% toy sale, including Lego, Disney and Paw Patrol – here’s how to get the best deal – The Sun

SMYTHS toy store have dropped the prices on some of their goods, with some deals seeing the prices dropped by 50 per cent.

Lego, Disney and Paw Patrol are just some of the brands you can get your hands on for a fraction of the price, as well as Fisher-Price, Vtech and Playskool.

 Smyths is offering big deals on a range of toys, including this LEGO 70618 Ninjago Movie Destiny's Bounty.
Smyths is offering big deals on a range of toys, including this LEGO 70618 Ninjago Movie Destiny’s Bounty.

But if you were hoping to get your hands on any Christmas must-haves like the Luvabella doll or Fisher-Price’s Teach n Tag Movi for a nifty deal, then you’ll be disappointed that they aren’t included in the Smyths sale.

Baby Annabell Doll has had the price knocked down by £20, from £54.99 to £34.99.

It’s a great deal because the Baby Annabell Interactive Doll is currently at the top end, priced at £54.99.

And to complete the set, the Baby Annabell Brother Doll is also included in the sale with the same discount.

If your toddler is looking to start their driving lessons at home, the Blue Mini Hatch 6V Ride On which was £129.99 down to £99.99. That’s a saving of £20.

The LEGO 70618 Ninjago Movie Destiny’s Bounty set is also included in the deal and is down from £109.99 to £74.99.

 The Baby Annabell Interactive Doll has £20 knocked off the price in the sale.
The Baby Annabell Interactive Doll has £20 knocked off the price in the sale.

Maona fans can celebrate because the Disney Moana’s Singing Moana & Friends has also had its price rolled back from £39.99 to £24.99, saving you £15.

The doll is still be sold for £40 at Tesco and £39.99 at Toys R Us.

The half price sale is only on for ten days starting from today and runs through to September 24.

Unfortunately for online-savvy shoppers, you can only take advantage of the deals if you shop in store.


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But you can check on their website for the full list of toys that are in the sale and how many are in stock in your local branch.

It’s not just Smyths who are putting on flash deals on toys in September.

Earlier this week we reported that Asda is rolling back the price of hundreds of toys including Disney, Little Tikes and Scalextric.

Taking advantage of the early-bird savings could make Christmas shopping a whole lot easier in the run up to the festive season.


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