Now that November is upon us, ‘tis the season for Christmas shopping. Getting in early seems to be the plan for many this year, and this is always a good idea if you want to get your hands on the most popular toys and games. But if you need even more of an incentive, we can provide you with a helping hand in the form of our latest Shop4World voucher code. This gets you an extra 10% off their toys and games selection until 15th November 2020, giving you the chance to stock up on all your Christmas toy shopping well before the beginning of December. And to give you even more help, have a read of our Christmas Gift Guide where we’ve picked out some of their best items to show you how much you could save…
Where better to start any sort of toy gift guide? We’re sure most Christmas lists are going to have at least half a dozen Disney requests on them, and if you want to get the best possible price, then now is the time to buy. You might think there are even better special offers available if you wait a bit longer. But as any parent knows there’s a good chance want you want to order will sell out very quickly indeed. So if you are in the market for a discount on some popular Disney products here are our picks from Shop4World and details of the savings available with our code…
Frozen Olaf-A-Lot (was £25.99, now £23.39) – For any kid who loves Olaf (and who doesn’t?), this speaking Olaf will tell you jokes as well as let you turn his head upside down. With more than 50 jokes, phrases and sounds, there’s hours of fun to be had here.
Disney Princess Jasmine Styling Head (was £15.99, now £14.39) – The classic kids’ toy for those parents who would rather their child experiments on their favourite Disney character rather than their own head. And this one is a must for any Aladdin fans out there.
Mr Incredible Figure (was £13.82, now £12.44) – If you have a child who like to collect all the figures in a set, there are many available with Shop4World right now. So why not kick start or complete their Incredibles collection with this one?
And for those who’s kids are a little bit younger, here’s a great selection of pre-school toys that children and parents alike can enjoy…
Fisher Price Children’s Classic Record Player (was £24.99, now £22.49) – We’re not going to lie, this is included mostly for the pure nostalgia, although there’s no denying it still makes an excellent pre-school toy, even after all these years. And it’s not the only classic Fisher Price item they currently have available: you can also buy the Classics Cash Register, Chatter Telephone and Xylophone too.
Thomas and Friends My First Stack and Nest Thomas (was £14.49, now £13.04) - A great pre-school toy. So simple yet provides so much stimulating fun for your little ones.
Peppa Pig Finger Puppets (was £11.49, now £10.34) – We couldn’t write up a section on pre-school toys and NOT include something Peppa Pig related, could we now. And this is an excellent value option that will also make a great stocking filler.
Family Games and Jigsaws
We’re guessing there are many families up and down the land who might have completed more than their fair share of board games and jigsaws in 2020. But perhaps you’ve rediscovered a new love of them in the process and want to continue this adventure. No Christmas present stash is complete without a few board games and jigsaw puzzles under the tree, so here are a few savings suggestions…
Trapped Escape Room Game Pack – Art Heist (was £11.49, now £10.34) – The new found trend for escape rooms may have taken a knock during the lockdown months, but there’s no reason why you can’t replicate the experience at home. There are now lots of escape room games available, so why not give this one a whirl?
Egged on Game (was £13.99, now £12.59) – Don’t worry, you won’t get real egg on your face. These pretend ones are filled with water only. Unless you actually want to use real ones, of course.
Jumbo Falcon Mystery – A Typical British BBQ Jigsaw Puzzle 1000 Pieces (was £12.22, now £11) – They have lots puzzles available on Shop4World (including a great range of 3D puzzles). But why not go all out with a challenging one this Christmas? It will either unite the family, or perhaps cause a few post-turkey arguments.
Educational Toys and Learning Activities
Some might say there is no place for ‘educational activities’ over the Christmas period. And they’d be right. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have a fun educational toy, and luckily we’ve found quite a few…
Science Museum Build Your Own Paper Microscope (was £11.16, now £10.04) – This is a fun, innovative way for you child to try out their first microscope and can be put together in minutes. The Science Museum are excellent when it comes to exciting, educational toys and you can find lots more on Shop4World including a Constellation Mood Lamp, a Star Projector and the classic Giant Springy.
Pretend and Play Let’s Play School Set (was £25.49, now £22.94) – If you’ve found your child loves playing teacher, then indulge them with this excellent set. It includes everything they could need such as wipe clean boards and a play school clock.
Brainstorm Toys My First Telescope (was £14.36, now £12.92) – This is pretty much exactly what it says it is: an easy to adjust telescope that can be used to look at scenery as well as the night sky. And it also comes with a tripod to make it even easier!
Big Toy Savings
As most parents will probably be ordering more than one toy or game at once, we’ve put together an example order from the list of products above to show you how those savings can add up:
- Disney Princess Jasmine Styling Head - £15.99
- Fisher Price Children’s Classic Record Player - £24.99
- Trapped Escape Room Game Pack – Art Heist - £11.49
- Brainstorm Toys My First Telescope - £14.36
Sub-Total (before savings): £66.83
Extra code: Get 10% off toys and games (-£6.68)
Order Total: £60.15
Total Saving: £6.68
And of course, the more you buy at once, the more you save. This is a great opportunity to not only get great value on a large chunk of your Christmas shopping, but also to get a large chunk of it out of the way early!
By Anna Scott, 2nd November 2020