Argos tips for top ten toys this Christmas

1 October 2009

andy on zebra

Argos have revealed the top ten toys they expect to be shifting over the forthcoming yuletide season with technological role-play toys expected to be the big hits of the festive period.

You can interpret the list in any number of ways, such as: “Hmm, these are the toys and games that Argos have got a lot of and want us to all buy from them NOW” or “Hmmm, perhaps I should stock up on a few of these now and flog them on eBay a fortnight before Christmas when they’re as rare as hen’s teeth.”

The list is…

  • Go Go Hamsters, from £9.99 (Age four years and over)
  • Lulu My Cuddlin’ Kitten, £49.99 (Age four years and over)
  • V Tech Kiddizoom Camera in pink/blue, £49.99 (Age three years and over)
  • Transformers MV2 Bumblebee Movie Helmet, £39.99 (Age five years and over)
  • Baby Annabel 2009, £39.99 (Age three years and over)
  • Bounce ‘n Spin Zebra, £48.59 (Age one year and over)
  • Lego Minotaurus, £16.99 (Age seven years and over)
  • Bop It, £19.99 (Age eight years and over)
  • Lego City Police Station, £59.99 (Age six years and over)
  • Waybaloo Play n’ Wiggle Yo Jo Jo, £26.99 (Age 18 months and over)

We went out yesterday to get the Bounce ‘n Spin Zebra and for the few minutes before our corpulent arses smashed the thing into a million pieces, it was the most fun we’ve ever had. It has to be said that swilling gin while playing on it helps as well.

[Retail Week]

TOPICS:   High Street News


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    Thank you for yours tips. For sure they look very good. Thumbs UP
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  • air o.
    I do trust all of the ideas you have presented for your post. They're very convincing and will certainly work. Still, the posts are too short for novices. May you please lengthen them a little from subsequent time? Thanks for the post.

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