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Uber Eats and Hasbro will deliver free toys and games to your door this half term


Choose one of these to be delivered to your door (Credits: MPP)

Keeping kids entertained over half term is tough, especially during lockdown when they’re stuck inside.

To help. Uber Eats and Hasbro will be delivering free board games and toys to hundreds of doors across the UK over half term.

Parents can choose from four board games and two Play-Doh sets, which will be delivered at the door contact-free within 30 minutes after the order is completed.

Each set is worth £6, but using the code THEHASBROTOYSTORE will reduce the cost to zero. You will still need to pay delivery and any service charges, which will depend on where you live.



Toys in The Hasbro Toy Store

Cluedo – Suitable for age 8+

The Game of Life – Suitable for age 8+

Play-Doh 4-Pack – Suitable for age 2+

Play-Doh Kitchen Creations Candy Delight Playset – Suitable for age 3+

Yahtzee – Suitable for age 8+

Pit – Suitable for age 6+

Boggle – Suitable for age 8+

Sadly, the deal is only available for those in London and Manchester.

Each user can only order from the store once so make sure you choose wisely.

The toys and games were chosen because they encourage family time and imaginative play and offer something for children of all ages.

With each order, customers will also receive an activity sheet to help their children spend time away from their screens.

The shop will be available on the app from Wednesday, February 17 to Saturday, February 20 but will be limited to 200 people so best to get in early.

Toussaint Wattinne, General Manager of Uber Eats, UK and Ireland said: ‘Being a parent is tougher than ever at the moment, so we wanted to do our bit to help bring families together and keep the children entertained while opportunities for days out are more limited.

‘Uber Eats delivers items beyond food to help make people’s day-to-day lives that little bit easier.’

Anne Leonhardi,  Marketing Director North Europe at Hasbro said: ‘Play is hugely important for children’s development, striking that vital balance between learning and fun.

‘The half-term holidays are no different, so we want to make sure that children and parents get the break they desperately deserve during these difficult times.

‘The games and activities in the Hasbro Toy Store are a great way of making sure families have a fun February half-term, whether they’re testing their wits with a game of Cluedo or getting creative with Play-Doh.’

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