Amazon has revealed the top ten most wanted toys for Christmas, including Polly Pocket.


Amazon has revealed the top ten most wanted toys for Christmas, including Polly Pocket.

Amazon has released the top ten toys on Santa’s wish list this Christmas, which include a LEGO Super Mario set, Pictionary Air Harry Potter, and Polly Pocket, among others. L.O.L Surprise and Paw Patrol goods are also on the list of the shopping giant’s top picks for the holiday season, which combine nostalgia and new crazes.

There’s also the LEGO Luigi Starter Course, an interactive and building game, and Pictionary Air Harry Potter for that nostalgia hit.

L.O.L Surprise in the Polly Pocket Rainbow Funland Theme Park! The list is rounded up by Linkimals Dance n Groove Penguin and Movie Making Studio.

“It’s always an exciting time of year when we unveil the top 10 toys,” Matthew Redfearn, Amazon’s toys category manager, said. “We hope this Christmas, unlike the last, that more families will reunite to celebrate with one another.”

“As we prepare to spend more time with family and friends, we at Amazon are doing everything we can to spread some holiday cheer.”

A Spidey and his Amazing Friends playset and a Little Live Pets Gotta Go Turtle are among the other toys in the top ten.

The top ten also includes a Batman 36-inch transforming playset, Balloon Dino, and Paw Patroller 2.0.

Following the revelation of the top ten most desired toys, Amazon has built a “Trending Machine,” where consumers may pick up a top item for one day only at Observation Point on Southbank before moving on to other cities.

On a first-come, first-served basis, passers-by will be able to walk away with one of this year’s must-have Christmas toys for free.

It will also be sent to local hospitals so that children can enjoy some early holiday pleasure.

“The Trending Machine was brought to life with the sole intention of providing smiles and making Christmas extra wonderful, not just to passers-by, but also to the children in hospitals who may not be at home this Christmas,” Matthew Redfearn added.



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