ASDA shoppers noticed that its annual toy event finally returned over the weekend – and they’re rushing to fill their trolleys with half-price Christmas presents.
The supermarket’s Big Toy Event drops in September every year and is hailed by parents across the country as the perfect chance to get ahead on Christmas shopping.
And while Asda shared no explicit dates for the event, fans of the toy sale theorised it will run for two weeks this year as it has done in previous years.
That means you likely have until October 7 to nab some bargains.
Shopper Michelle Bates popped into her local Asda over the weekend and found shelves upon shelves of discounted toys.
She took to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK to alert other Brits.
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People were quick to dub some of the toys on sale as “steals”, including Lego, Pokemon and scooters.
Hapello Cuddle Squish teddies have been slashed by half price to £10, including hamster, dinosaur, penguin and unicorn ones.
A number of Lego sets, such as Fast & Furious, Duplo and Monster City, are half-price and will give you change from a £20 note.
Unfortunately, the Scentos Slime Collection Set, which was slashed to £7 from £14, has reportedly sold out.
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But some shoppers recommended asking a colleague in the store to “check in the back” for any remaining stock.
If your little one loves ‘real life’ play, an Asda shopping basket with products is £5, a logistics playset is £9 and a doll car seat is £8.
Hapello Air Fryer toys have been slashed to £10 from £14, while a George Home Wooden Tea Set is now £9 down from £12.
A Robo Alive spider is now £20, while a MineCraft building set will set you back £30.
For babies, rattles and baby-friendly teddies have been slashed to less than £10.
“I would recommend having a quick look online whilst there,” one shopper advised.
“The couple of things I had my eye on were actually still cheaper in Smyths.
“Maybe some good deals for others though.”
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"I always get my Christmas presents in Asda's toy sale," one mum said.
"So cheap and gets me organised."
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