ARGOS has launched a huge bank holiday toy sale with up to 50% off popular brands like Lego.
Other kids’ toys that have been discounted include Play-Doh and Paw Patrol.
The sale is live on the Argos website now.
If you’re planning on making a purchase, keep in mind that delivery starts from £3.95.
You can also click and collect for free – use the store finder tool to find your nearest Argos.
As with all sales, it’s also worth remembering that you’re only really picking up a bargain if you were planning on buying that item anyway.
You can also compare prices using comparison websites like PriceSpy, PriceHistory and CamelCamelCamel to make sure you’re getting the best deal.
We’ve asked Argos if these prices apply to in-store purchases as well and we’ll update this article when we know more.
The Sun is also checking how long the sale will run for.
In the meantime, here’s our best picks from the Argos toy discounts:
This Lego hospital play set comes with a reception area, examination room, hospital room with a bed, and a rooftop garden.
It also comes with three characters to play with, plus an ambulance and toy bed.
The same set costs £46.75 plus £3.99 delivery from Hamleys.
Your child can make their own baby pigs by using the mummy pig mould included in this Play-Doh set.
It also comes with four different Play-Doh colours and a toy mud hut.
You can buy the same set on eBay for £8 plus £3.95 for delivery, which is the same as ordering online from Argos.
If your little one is a fan of Paw Patrol, they’ll love this Skye figurine play set.
Skye’s vehicle lights up and makes sounds, plus it can drift 360 degrees in any direction.
eBay charges £11 plus £3.95 for the same Paw Patrol toy.
This Hot Wheels set contains a triple loop track, which measures 20 inches tall, for toy cars to zoom along.
You get one car with this kit.
eBay has the same Hot Wheels set for the same price of £26.25 plus £3.95 delivery.
Shoppers get three animals for this price, including a giraffe, elephant and walrus.
The boppers inflate in one minute and can be filled with water to weigh them down.
This kit doesn’t come with an air pump but you do get repair patches.
This is the cheapest price we could find, with the same boppers costing £14.37 plus £6.81 for delivery on JustAthlete.co.uk.
The Gazillion bubble machine blows an incredible 4,500 bubbles per minute.
Simply attach the auto-feed valve cap to the solution bottle, insert the bottle into the spout and push the start button to get it working.
The same bubble machine costs £10 plus £2.50 on eBay.
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