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Sainsbury’s starts huge Christmas toy sale – with all items up to half price – Daily Post

Christmas is now less than 10 weeks away so now might be a good time to start thinking about getting your Christmas shopping sorted.

You may be planning to wait for the Black Friday sales to grab a bargain but if you don’t want to wait until then or can’t handle the stress it brings, then Sainsbury’s may have the answer.

The supermarket chain, which has stores in Flint , Llandudno , Rhyl , and Wrexham are having a pre- Christmas toy sale for the next week, with items up to half price.

It starts today, Wednesday, October 17 and runs until next Tuesday, October 23.

The Mirror reports that they’ve slashed the prices of top brand and own label toys, with more than 500 stores taking part across the UK.

You’ll need to be quick to bag a deal, but there’s hundreds of reductions on top brand and own label toys, including half price Marvel and Thomas toys, Vtech, Disney Princess and Barbie.

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The top toys in Sainsbury’s half price toy sale

Porsche 911 GT3 R Remote Control Car 1:10 scale NOW £30 (WAS £60)

Black & Decker First Workbench NOW £17.50 (WAS £35)

Nerf Nirto Duelfury Demolition NOW £25 (WAS £50)

Chad Valley Auto City Construction Remote Control Digger NOW £25 (WAS £50)

Chad Valley Auto City Construction Remote Control Digger (Image: Sainsbury’s)

Vtech Grow and Go Ride On NOW £30 (WAS £60)

Thomas TM Fiery Rescue Set NOW £32.50 (WAS £65)

Playmobil Plane 6081 NOW£20 (WAS £40)

Toddler Doll and Horse Assortment NOW £25 (WAS £50)

Crayola Airbrush NOW £11.50 (WAS £23)

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Barbie Sisters Snow Fun Set NOW £25.50 (WAS £51)

Steffi Pumpkin Carriage NOW £20 (WAS £40)

Chad Valley Dream Kingdowm Jumbo Unicorn Castle NOW £22.50 (WAS £45)

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Sainsbury’s announce huge toy sale with 50% off most toys – and it’s perfect for Christmas presents – Mirror Online

Pre-Christmas toy sales, they’re like gold dust. So good news, because Sainsbury’s has just announced theirs and it’s perfect for some pre-Christmas present shopping.

Most toys will be half price and the sale will start on the 17 October for a week, until the 23 October. They’ve slashed the prices of top brand and own label toys, so you’re bound to bag a bargain. There’s over 500 stores taking part, you can find your closest one here .

There’s only ten weeks to go until Christmas, but there’s sure to be a saving on the perfect present for your little one whatever they’re into.

It’s a classic toy!

You’ll need to be quick to bag a deal, but there’s hundreds of reductions on top brand and own label toys, including half price Marvel and Thomas toys, Vtech, Disney Princess and Barbie. There’s also a third of Paw Patrol!

*A previous version of this article said that ‘all toys’ were half price, whereas it is actually most toys.

The top toys in Sainsbury’s half price toy sale

Porsche 911 GT3 R Remote Control Car 1:10 scale NOW £30.00 WAS £60.00

Black & Decker First Workbench NOW £17.50 WAS £35.00

Chad Valley Auto City Construction Remote Control Digger NOW £25.00 WAS £50.00

Nerf Nirto Duelfury Demolition NOW £25.00 WAS £50.00

Is your child a Barbie fan?

Vtech Grow and Go Ride On NOW £30.00 WAS £60.00

Thomas TM Fiery Rescue Set NOW £32.50 WAS £65.00

Playmobil Plane 6081 NOW£20.00 WAS £40.00

Toddler Doll and Horse Assortment NOW £25.00 WAS £50.00

Crayola Airbrush NOW £11.50 WAS £23.00

What about this Chad Valley digger?

Barbie Sisters Snow Fun Set NOW £25.50 WAS £51.00

Steffi Pumpkin Carriage NOW £20.00 WAS £40.00

Chad Valley Dream Kingdowm Jumbo Unicorn Castle NOW £22.50 WAS £45.00

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Save on your supermarket bill

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1. Get paid to shop

Cashback websites like TopCashback or Quidco will offer you money to shop through them online. The sites are free and safe to use – and if you’re a new member, you really can reap the rewards.

They operate through referrals. If you visit a store and make a payment through one of their websites, the retailer will pay them as a reward, and subsequently, they’ll pay you a cut of that payment.

It’s easy to sign up to – all you have to do is enter basic details to create an account. Once you’re in, you’ll be able to start shopping – avoid logging out of your account as the website will need to track your payment.

2. Ask for vouchers

If there is a special offer in a supermarket but the item is out of stock, you can ask in store customer services for a voucher offering you either a similar product at the same price, or a coupon to take advantage of the offer at a later date when it’s back in stock.

This is not something you are entitled to, however, ask nicely, and in most cases, you won’t be refused.

3. Buy reduced items

As products approach their expiry date, supermarkets will start to stash costs in a bid to recoup as much as they can before the item is taken off the shelf. This is great news for the consumer, as it means you’ll be able to snap up groceries for a fraction of the costs – we’ve spotted bread down to 10p in the past.

This is easier said than done though. Each store will have its reduced hour – a period of the day in which they’ll scour the shelves for products approaching shelf life and reduce the cost – usually around 5-7pm – and many shoppers will know about it, so prepare to be quick.

Remember, if items are close to their sell by date, you can just put them in the freezer for later use.

4. Buy own brand basics

There are certain cupboard items that just don’t taste the same as own brand, like Heinz baked beans for instance. But, on the other hand, there are many basics that you CAN switch to and make a saving without even noticing the difference.

These include kitchen roll, salt, sugar, chopped tomatoes and most cleaning or household products.

5. Use loyalty rewards

Loyalty schemes are designed to reward regular customers and keep them coming back for more. This is often achieved through exclusive deals, discount codes, coupons and cash off once you’ve accumulated a certain amount. Don’t be too loyal though – as you’ll end up missing out on deals elsewhere.

You can collect points when you buy in-store, which you can use as a discount on your next purchase. Note, loyalty schemes are not a substitute for a good deal and will not save you money if you go back to the store without shopping around first.

6. Don’t be fooled by discounts

As tempting as these may look, not all ‘bargains’ are as good as they seem. Look closer, and you’ll spot deals like ‘2 for £2’ on items that cost just 95p each. Don’t be fooled by such trickery – always do your maths.

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