IF you’re looking to get a head start on Christmas presents for the kids, or simply wanting to treat them to a new toy, then you’d want to check out Argos – and quick.
The online retailer has slashed the prices of a range of popular toys – including LOL Surprise toys – and mums and dads are racing to bag a bargain for their youngsters.
Alerting bargain hunters of the news, one mum shared her find online and urged people to check out the discounted range of products – with some starting as little as £3.50.
Posting in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, where all good bargains are shared, the mum wrote: “If anyone has lol mad kiddies like me these are reduced to £3.50 plus it’s a double pack.”
The money-saving pack she’s referring to is the LOL Surprise Lils, which is a mystery box containing one doll and four other surprises.
But as it’s a two-pack, shoppers will be treated to two mystery dolls which make up a collection of 18 assorted characters.
- Lol suprise toys, £3.50 from Argos – buy here
The item is originally priced at £14, so there’s very little wonder as to why eager parents are rushing to snap them up.
Commenting one the post, one another shopper said: “They’ve got about 4 different lol reduced and poopsie things just ordered them all .”
If you can stretch your budget a little further, though, the retailer has a range of other toys on sale too.
While they might not be as cheap as £3.50, they are still a small fraction of the their original sale price.
- Pets Alive Boppi the Robotic Llama, £6.25 from Argos – buy here
- Chad Valley Wooden Dressing Table, £7.50 from Argos – buy here
- Chad Valley Treat Cycle Cart, £7.50 from Argos – buy here
- Chad Valley Closed Eye Doll, £12.50 from Argos – buy here
One woman shared how bought a beautiful doll for her daughter for just £12.50 – despite the original price tag marked at £50.
It was too good to miss, it seems, as another mum said: “I picked mine up for my little girls yesterday, I have to say it’s one of the most beautiful dolls I have ever seen and so life like definitely worth it for £12.50”
Elsewhere, another thrilled parent spotted a Pets Alive bargain with the £25 robotic llama reduced to a tiny £6.25.
The woman claims “it’s the cheapest I’ve seen it” and it seems others agree as many voiced their desire to buy one too.
Other parents are raving about their own cheap finds with doll houses, baby born dolls and popular play sets among some of the purchases they’ve made.
But with such rave reviews, and so much to explore, you’d better get in quick because you do not want to miss out on this epic toy sale.
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