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Argos logoArgos 3for2 on toysOnline & in-store from Wed 24 Sep

Starts Wed

Details are sketchy, but we wanted to let you know about this deal in the weekly email, so here goes - it looks like the big Argos* 3for2 toy sale is on from Wed 23 Sep - Fri 3 Oct.

Argos hasn't confirmed this with us, so we've done some digging and it sounds like all toys under the 'toy heading' banner are included, but video games consoles, video games and bikes over 20 inches in wheel size are excluded. Some small bikes and scooters are included - we'll add the best bargains here when we know more. 

It's great for stocking up the Christmas cupboard for kids' presents. The 3for2 deal can't be used with other offers, but it is valid on sale items. 

Check-out the Argos 3for2 toy sale forum discussion thread to see what forumites are saying.

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Video games consoles and video games are excluded because they come under consoles, not toys. 

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Argos sells homewares, electricals, furniture and gifts which can be ordered online or in one of its 700 catalogue-based stores in the UK and Republic of Ireland.

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