Tesco outline their latest shopping measures ahead of lockdown
Tesco has a large selection of branded gifts on offer for shoppers to pick up including LEGO, Barbie, Peppa Pig and Frozen. The sale is available online and in-store now.
With Christmas just next week, Tesco have launched their last toy sale before the big day.
All toys on offer and featuring in the ‘up to half price toy sale’ ends on December 27, and is perfect for anyone who needs a last minute gift.
Discounts on the toys range from 10 percent off to a whopping 50 percent off.
Popular brands included in the sale include LEGO, Harry Potter, Fisher Price, Disney Princess and Barbie.
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Other top toy brands available will be Hot Wheels, Nerf, Peppa Pig, Frozen 2, PJ Makes, LOL Surprise, Fortnite and Paw Patrol.
Some of the biggest savings can be made on the Nerf Alpha Strike Infantry Pack which is reduced from £30 to £15.
The Silverlit Drone is also reduced to just £25 in the toy sale, from £50.
Tesco Toy Category Manager, Anne Borrett, said: “We know that some parents will still be considering what to buy their kids for Christmas and we hope that some of our top-selling toys provide some inspiration.
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“A couple of toys that are proving extremely popular right now are the Lego Technic Dom’s Dodge Charger for children aged over 10 and also the Paw Patrol Sub Controller for toddlers aged three and over.”
Customers can also pick up the Paw Patrol Sub Controller for just £20, reduced from £40.
The Barbie Dream Plane is reduced from £80 to £56, while the LOL Pets Remix is just £11.
Not all the toys available in-store are available online but there is a selection of half price toys on the Tesco website.
73 items are currently stocked on the website with brands including Play Doh and board games like Monopoly.
For those ordering online, there is a £4.50 delivery fee or £1.50 Click & Collect.
For customers who are thinking of travelling to a Tesco store, some supermarkets are now open 24 hours to help shoppers pick a quieter time to travel.
Shoppers can check their stores opening hours using the online store locator tool.
Tesco also has a number of other rules in place for customers to follow.
The supermarket is encouraging one person per household to shop in-store at any one time.
There are also new floor markings to help shoppers follow advice on social distancing.
The website states: “Green markings: indicate where you should now stand to pack and pay…red markings: indicate that you must not stand or queue in this area.”
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