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SainsburySainsbury's ALL TOYS 25-50% off*In-store sale on all toys

3 days left

MoneySavers wait all year for the annual Sainsbury's toy sale, and they told us last year's sale was well worth the wait. Many use it to stock up for Christmas, and by 'many' we mean GO QUICK because this is likely to be hugely popular.

Go to your nearest Sainsbury's store* which sells toys (use the filters on its store search to find them) till Tue 28 Oct and you'll find up to 50% off all toys.

What gives this sale the edge over others is that ALL toys are reduced, rather than just selected items. However, not all have the full 50% off. Sainsbury's has told us every toy is reduced by between 25-50% off RRPs.

There's 25% off Lego toys, 33% off LeapFrog, Fisher-Price and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles toys and 50% off Barbie, Nerf and Star Wars.

Bargains forumites have picked up include:

  • Baby Annabell bath time set for £22.49 (£44.99 on Amazon)
  • Lego Friends Heartlake New Van for £13.27 (£17.49 on Amazon, £19.99 at Argos)

Read the full Sainsbury's toy sale thread to find out what they're saying.

The sale excludes Sainsbury’s Central and Local stores.

Sainsbury£13 Etienne Dumont Brut NV Champagne*In-store and online, not at Sainsbury's Local

3 days left

Etienne Dumont Brut Non-Vintage Champagne is £13 (was £20) at Sainsbury's* until Tue 28 Oct. 

Sainsbury's has told us it's available in its main stores and online, but not at Sainsbury's Local branches.

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SainsburySainsbury's - school uniform from £10*In store only and available all year

Ongoing

Get a school uniform (it doesn't currently have trousers) from £10 at Sainsbury's* as part of its TU range.

What do you get?

How to get the uniform: Only selected stores sell clothing so use the location function to find your nearest Sainsbury's selling kids' wear. The TU clothing range isn't available online.

SainsburySainsbury's £5 off Little Ones rangeNectar card holders sign up to baby & toddler club to get in-store voucher

New mums
Mums and mums-to-be who have a Nectar card can sign up free to Sainsbury's baby & toddler club online. Two or three weeks later, you'll get an email telling you a £5 coupon to spend on the Sainsbury's Little Ones range is ready to collect.

To get it, you’ll need to shop at Sainsbury's (no minimum spend, you just need to buy anything of any price) and swipe your Nectar card at the till - you’ll then be given a printed voucher for £5 off next time you spend at least £5. You must be pregnant or have a baby under the age of four years to get the voucher.
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Vouchers are not available in Central or Local stores.
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Supermarket chain Sainsbury’s began in 1869 with its first store in Drury Lane, in London's Covent Garden. It now has local and bigger direct stores selling electricals, wines, Tu clothing, groceries and furniture.

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