TESCO has launched a toy sale with up to 50% off brands such as Lego and Barbie – and it could be a good opportunity to stock up for Christmas.
The supermarket has slashed the prices of all of its toys from today, October 19, meaning shoppers can get discounts on hundreds of items.
The biggest discounts are available on brands including Lego, Carousel, Disney, Harry Potter, Peppa Pig and Paw Patrol, with all of them slashed by up to 50%.
Meanwhile, prices on toys featuring Barbie, Frozen 2 and PJ Masks have all been reduced by at least 25%.
The Tesco sale is available in stores and online until November 1.
For online shoppers, Tesco charges £4.50 for delivery, plus an extra £4 fee if you’re spending less than £40.
How Tesco is slashing toy prices
THE supermarket is reducing all of its toy prices from today, October 19, meaning hundreds of items will be discounted.
- Carousel – Up to half price
- Disney Princess – Up to half price
- Fisher Price – Up to half price
- Fortnite – Up to half price
- Harry Potter – Up to half price
- Hot Wheels – Up to half price
- Lego – Up to half price
- Paw Patrol – Up to half price
- Peppa Pig – Up to half price
- VTECH – Up to half price
- Barbie – At least 25 per cent off
- Frozen 2 – At least 25 per cent off
- PJ Masks – At least 25 per cent off
- Play-Doh – At least 25 per cent
- Nerf – At least 20 per cent off
- Pokemon – At least 20 per cent off
- Pop – At least 20 per cent off
- LOL Surprise – Save 10 per cent
Click and collect from the supermarket costs £1.50. You can find your nearest Tesco using its online store finder tool.
Before you part ways with any cash, we’d always recommend comparing prices online to make sure you’ve found the best deal.
Google’s price comparison tool, Google Shopping, is free and easy to use.
Below are some of our top picks from the Tesco toy sale.
Lego City 3in1 Bundle Pack 66643
- Was: £40. Now: £20 (save £20 – 50%) – buy now
If you have little Lego fans at home, you may want to snap up this set to put under the Christmas tree.
The set comes with three city favourites, including the sky police drone chase, dock side fire boat and a construction loader.
The same Lego set is up for grabs for £29.99 on eBay, so you’re better off by shopping at Tesco.
Lego Duplo Bedroom
- Was: £13. Now: £8.50 (save £4.50 – 35%) – buy now
Younger kids may also like to play with this Lego Duplo bedroom set, which contains 15 pieces.
It comes with two girl figures, a teddy bear, a guitar and a bunk bed with a slide.
Barbie Convertible Car & Doll
- Was: £30. Now: £15 (save £15 – 50%) – buy now
Tesco has also reduced this Barbie convertible car and doll by 50%, and you can snap it up for £15.
The pack comes with one Barbie doll in a floral dress and a pink vehicle, which has rolling wheels, an open roof, silvery side view mirrors and seats.
The same set is up for grabs on eBay for £24.99, so you’ll save money by shopping at Tesco.
Harry Potter 10Inch Niffler Plush
- Was: £25. Now: £12.50 (save £12.50 – 50%) – buy now
Harry Potter fans can snap up this plush toy of the mischievous character Niffler in the Fantastic Beasts story for £12.50.
It measures 32cm high and comes with a small pouch to hide your coins or put baby Nifflers.
Smyths Toys is selling a smaller Niffler toy measuring 27cm tall for a pricier £14.99, so you’re better off shopping at Tesco.
Little Live Pets Fish
- Was: £13. Now: £6.50 (save £6.50 – 50%) – buy now
Perfect for animal lovers, these fish toys come with side-to-side and up-and-down motions.
The pack, which comes with one fish in each, includes a magnetic feeder that your fish will follow around.
John Lewis is selling the same toys for £12.99, so you’re better of shopping at Tesco.
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Last month, Asda launched a massive toy sale with up to 50% off hundreds of toys.
Meanwhile, The Entertainer is promising to refund customers the difference in price on toys if they find cheaper items before Christmas Eve.
The Sun has rounded up predictions for when Black Friday sales will start at Argos, The Entertainer and others.