The savings are available across thousands of its popular stores toys online and in store – but you’ll have to be quick
ARGOS has brought back its popular 3 for 2 sale and it includes offers on this year’s hotly-tipped Christmas toys.
The savings are available across thousands of its most popular brands online and in store.
Shoppers can simply mix and match from a selected range of toys, receiving the cheapest one for free.
And it includes this year’s Christmas favourites such as Hatchimals, Transformers figures and the Fisher-Price Think & learn Teach ‘n Tag Movi.
For parents, it means it may be the perfect time to stock pile the items their children will be asking for come December.
But you’ll have to be quick – the sale is for a limited time only from Friday July 28 until August 1.
The offer also includes Argos’s outdoor toys range, for customers looking to bag a bargain to keep the children entertained this summer holiday.
Argos has previously revealed its predictions for the toys destined for stardom on children’s wish lists this Christmas.
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The list includes an interactive doll costing £100 and a £150 LEGO set where kids build robots and control them from a phone or tablet.
But it’s not all expensive — there is also new smaller, cheaper £3 version of Hatchimals, the hit toy of last festive season.
How to find the cheapest Christmas presents
Although the Argos 2 for 3 offer is a good way to bag a bargain, don’t automatically assume it is the cheapest place you can buy a toy.
Some apps and tools are available to help you get the very best price for what they buy.
MoneySavingExpert’s MegaShopBot allows customers to find the lowest prices for items online. Type in what you want, click on ‘compare’ and it will list your item’s price at different retailers so you can make sure you are getting the very cheapest price.
You can also download the Idealo shopping app for free, which allows you to scan the toy barcode which will then tell you if you can get it cheaper anywhere else.
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