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Time-honoured toy giant Toys R Us has now boosted its closing down sale to 'up to 50% off everything' (it started at 'up to 30% off' in November 2017). It's in 25 stores only, not online - see the full list of stores included.
The 25 stores are due to close in Spring, but exact dates are yet to be confirmed. Toys R Us told us that literally everything must go. So, if there's something in particular you want, it might be worth going quick.
However, don't assume items in the Toys R Us sale are the cheapest out there - we've heard reports from MoneySavers that some items are cheaper elsewhere. So, as with all deals, always do your own research before buying.
Read more about the Toys R Us troubles in our news story.
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Can you find 30% off Lego in Toys R Us?
While stock lasts at 75 remaining stores. 25 closed already
If you go in store to Toys R Us (find your nearest), there's 30% off all Lego in its closing down sale. However, only 75 stores remain open - full list in 'more info' below - and we don't know how much stock will be left, or when they'll close. So this is a 'can you find it' rather than guaranteed.
While the Toys R Us website is no longer transactional (ie, you can only buy in stores), you can still use the site to browse the full range of Lego. Just don't assume you'll find all the items in store as what's available will depend on what's left on the shelves when you visit.
The prices online don't have the discount applied, though it should be displayed on in-store signage (see images below). For a rough idea, here are a few examples we spotted online on Tue 10 Apr:
Lego Minecraft zombie cave - £13.99 (£19.99 before 30% off). Next cheapest, £19.99 at John Lewis
Lego Marvel Super Heroes set - £20.99 (£29.99 before 30% off). Next cheapest, £23.99 at Amazon
Lego Batman Batmobile - £34.99 (£49.99 before 30% off). Next cheapest, £54.99 at Amazon
Lego Star Wars X-Wing - £55.99 (£79.99 before 30% off). Next cheapest, £60 at Tesco eBay outlet
Lego Disney Princess castle - £48.99 (£69.99 before 30% off). Next cheapest, £54.99 at Smyths
We've heard mixed reports from MoneySavers, with some finding full shelves and others telling us all the Lego in their store is gone. So remember, there are no guarantees, and in any case, even with the 30% off, Toys R Us may not always be cheapest - so check prices elsewhere.
For more info, including your rights, see our Toys R Us in administration news story.
Above: Some of the Lego sets available at the Colliers Wood store in London on Tue 10 Apr.
List of remaining Toys R Us stores (A-Z):
Glasgow, Helen Street
Glasgow, The Forge
IMPORTANT - THIS DEAL HAS EXPIRED
This deal has expired - you can't get it any more. We've kept it here for reference.
Toys R Us FLASH 20% off
Early Black Friday offer. In stores only. All toys, baby and bikes
Go into a Toys R Us* store today (Fri 17 Nov) only and you'll get 20% off all "toys, baby, bikes and wheels" as part of its early Black Friday sale.
The discount can't be used in conjunction with other offers, so Toys R Us may not always be the cheapest place to buy - make sure you do your own price comparisons first.
If you're shopping online, you'll only get 20% off if you reserve and select click and collect as the delivery option. The discount won't show up on your order, but will be applied when you pick up and pay in store (find your nearest*). You'll need to the collect the order by close on Sun 19 Nov and show this coupon*.
Examples of discounts we found include:
- Baby changing mat* - £3.99 (was £4.99). Next cheapest we found, £5.95 at Linens Limited.
- Avigo inline folding scooter* - £9.59 (was £11.99). Next cheapest similar we found, £12 at Asda.
- Hatchimals Surprise Peacat Purple Egg* - £51.99 (was £64.99). Next cheapest similar we found, £59 at Tesco Direct.
- Blaze and the Monster Machines 10" bike* - £79.99 (was £99.99). Next cheapest we found, £89 at Fruugo UK.
Is it worth waiting for Black Friday?
We've predicted Toys R Us will have an up to 50% off sale on Black Friday itself, but there are no guarantees, so you'll have to decide if it's worth waiting for.
Important: Don't allow yourself to be taken in by the hype around Black Friday and be sucked into buying something you don't need or can't afford. And always do your own price comparisons to ensure you are getting the best deal possible – don't just take a retailer's word for it.