Tesco launches huge toy sale with up to half price off Lego and Barbies – but there's a catch | The Sun
9th June 2022

TESCO shoppers can stock up on toys at a bargain price thanks to a huge sale on top ranges including Minecraft Lego and Barbie dolls.

But the sale does come with a catch – without a Clubcard you’ll have to pay the regular price for these items.

Tesco’s Clubcard loyalty scheme is well worth signing up to, even just for the special offers such as this sale.

Using the Clubcard you’ll also collect points every time you shop at Tesco, you points can then be used to redeem vouchers to use either in Tesco or with one of their Reward Partners.

We've rounded up all the best places to swap your points to get more bang for your buck.

Sale stock is subject to availability so you may want to get down to your nearest store quickly if you’ve got your eye on a specific item.

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You can even phone ahead to check availability if you’re worried about wasting time getting there only to find the thing you’re looking for is out of stock.

But be sure to shop around, in case you can get a better deal elsewhere.

And remember – it's only a bargain if you wanted the item in the first place.

We asked Tesco how long these deals will be available for and it said there is no official sale, but Clubcard deals are currently available on toys in some of its stores.

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Here are some of the deals we spotted:

Barbie Convertible Car & Doll

Original price: £40. Clubcard price: £16.

Help Barbie cruise around town in her stylish pink convertible.

The perfect toy for any Barbie fan and a total steal at just £16, kids can have hours of fun with this Barbie doll, and her sporty pink car with rolling wheels.

Lego Minecraft Mushroom House

Original price: £14. Clubcard price: £14

Play Minecraft in real life with this fun Lego set that features a red toadstool toy house with lift off-roof and walls to use the crafting table and furniture inside.

Outside the mushroom house, there is a mooshroom to milk, a chest to discover and a skeleton spider jockey to battle.

Let your little one’s imagination and creativity run wild with Lego’s fun take on the popular Minecraft video game.

Go Play Splash About Family Pool

Original price: £20. Clubcard price: £15.

Have fun in the sun with this inflatable pool from Go Play.

With extra wide side walls, it’s perfect for families of any size to enjoy.

And it's easy-to-use drain valve and quick inflation means it’s quick to set up and put away, so you won’t have to wait ages every time it’s warm enough to get out.

Goplay Emergency Rescue Center

Original price: £25. Clubcard price: £12.50.

For any future firefighters or police officers, the emergency rescue center is a great toy that can be played by just one child or by a group.

With a microphone, sound, and light effects you can imagine you’re actually running an emergency rescue center, sending out fire trucks, police cars, and ambulances.

Go Play Pump It Up Watergun Backpack

Original price: £14. Clubcard price: £10.50

Summer is the perfect time for a water fight and now you can spend less on stocking up on water guns.

Children will love the flamingo or frog theme backpacks, and can spend hours running around shooting water at their friends and family.

Away from the world of toys, Aldi has reduced the price of some of its garden Specialbuys.

And Morrisons shoppers are raving about its half price egg chair.

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