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Christmas Bargains

Christmas Bargains 2010

Based on the Toy Retailers Association's 'Dream Toys' for Christmas 2010, here are this year's top toy deals.

More Christmas Bargains

LEGO City Airport 69.97 Save 15 on RRP

LEGO's city airport is available for 69.97 at Toys'R'Us (84.99 RRP). The 703 piece set includes a jet plane, flight terminal, control tower, baggage cart, passengers and crew amongst other things. There's even a security checkpoint replete with x-ray machine.

Fireman Sam Fire Station Playset 29.99

Cheapest at Argos, this deluxe Fireman Sam set (Ages 3+) comprises a fold-open, portable Fire Station, Sam and Officer Steele figures, and numerous accesories.

There's also a bell on the side for 'realistic fireman ring'. There isn't, however, a fire engine in the box; these are sold separately.

FurReal Go Go Walking Pup 49.24

Smyth's toys has reduced this battery-powered critter to 44.99 in store, but charges 4.25 postage to mainland UK, bringing the total cost to 49.24 if you order online.

According to the blurb, "While you two are out exploring together, hell make barking sounds and wag his tail to show you how much hes enjoying his walk. Use the remote control leash to guide your little friend wherever you want to go".

Jet Pack Buzz Lightyear 38.50

Bound to be a big seller on the back of the Toy Story 3 DVD release, this 12-inch Buzz Lightyear is already becoming harder to find. Factoring in delivery, it's currently cheapest at Amazon*, but you only get a few pence off its RRP of 39.99. We just hope it's possible to put it into 'Spanish mode'!

Kidizoom VideoCam 41.99

The most techie toy in the line-up, this 'first video camera', aimed at ages 4+, is designed to be tough, easy to use, and above all, fun. Cheapest at Play (pink and blue versions available), it offers onboard games, editing, 4x digital zoom and the ability to take 2 megapixel photos.

Monopoly Revolution 19.99

This 75th anniversary edition of the perennial favourite offers a redesigned circular board, and an Electronic Banking Unit with built in songs and sound effects. It's currently reduced to 19.99 instore and online at The Entertainer.

Nerf N Strike Stampede ECS 49.70

For the less cerebral, perhaps this battery-powered foam-dart machine gun will better fit the bill. Available for under 50 from Amazon* (RRP 54.99), it'll fire foam darts about 10m, at a rate of about 3 per second (!)

Paper Jamz Guitar 24.99

The ultimate way to play guitar without going to the trouble of actually learning it, this min plastic axe features three 'jamming' modes and lets you build up songs from real chords (though digitally sounded). It's also cheapest at Amazon*.

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