Asda launches toy sale with items starting from £8

ASDA has launched a massive toy sale, just in time for shoppers to cash-in before Christmas.

Everything in the offer has been slashed by 20% and it means toys start from as little as £8.

The 20% off is only applied once you reach your basket, so the toys don't appear discounted at first.

It means the deal is available online only though, as you can't claim it on toys in store.

You'll have to factor in the £2.95 delivery charge , which will be added on top of your order.

But if you are pinching the pennies this close to Christmas, there is a free click and collect option too so you can pick up the toys you order while out on your next grocery shop.

Shoppers will need to be quick though, as the toys are only available while stocks last.

With just over three weeks to go until the big day, it's likely the offer will go down a storm with parents rushing to buy stocking fillers within budget, so they could sell out.

Before you scramble to grab your debit card though, keep in mind it's only a saving if you were planning on buying something before prices were reduced anyway.

You shouldn't splurge just because there's a sale on.

Have a shop around as well, as you might find another retailer has the same toy for cheaper, especially as the shops begin their price wars looking to hook Christmas shoppers in.

Here are some of the top picks from Asda's toy sale for now though. Check them out below.

Asda Lorry Ride On

  • Was: £10 Now: £8 Save: £2 (20%) – buy now

How about bringing the fun of the supermarket into your home.

Your child can take on the task of Asda's home deliveries from fridge to dining table with this fun ride-on lorry!

For the littlest ones it's a great walker with the handles for support at the back, and bigger boys and girls can sit on the little truck and wheel around.

The toy even comes with hidden storage space underneath the hinged seat to stash a mince pie for the road.

Playmobil Scooby Doo

  • Was: £12.97 Now: £10.38 Save: (20%) – buy now

Playmobil is another classic to unwrap on Christmas day, and Asda's sale means you can get this set and many more with 20% slashed off the price.

In the Scooby Doo set Scooby and Shaggy are on a ghost hunt.

You'll find that same ghost in the set too, and he even glows in the dark.

The set is perfect to add to any collection you might already be building, make sure you've got the Mystery Machine one too so that you've got the whole gang.

Grouch Couch

  • Was: £19.97 Now: £15.98 Save: £3.99 (20%) – buy now

If you're after a fun game for the kids to unwrap on Christmas day, and everyone to enjoy then this discounted Grouch Couch game could be the perfect fix.

The idea of the game is to replicate the mundane but just as frustrating act of losing things in the cushions of your sofa.

A bit like the style of the classic Bukaroo, you take turns feeding Grouch Couch all kinds of tasty treats, then press the remote-control and see what happens.

Hairdorables Fashion Doll 

  • Was: £24.97 Now: £19.98 Save: £4.99 (20%) – buy now

If you've got a little fashionista to buy for, this toy hits the brief.

The doll is dressed in a glamorous evening gown, perfect to hit the fantasy Christmas party.

It stands at 10.5-inches tall and includes a whole cohort of accesories too.

There's a whole girl squad to collect too so make sure to look for all the Hairdorables fashion dolls, including Noah, Willow, Harmony, Kali, Bella, and Dee Dee. They're each sold separately though.

In the Night Garden Musical Sleep Aid

  • Was: £24.97 Now: £19.98 Save: £4.99 (20%) – buy now

One for the littlest in the family, this plush toy is an ideal nighttime sleep aid to help with that all-important bedtime routine.

Iggle Piggle has a super-soft, mallow-like filling so he's perfect to cuddle, plus his accompanying boat makes a calming musical tune.

In another win on the chaos of Christmas day, there are no batteries required for this toy so you don't need to go rooting round the drawers looking to power up the toy.

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