Sainsbury’s supermarket has launched its toy sale that has become an annual event. With the 2020 line up looking better than ever, savvy customers can get their hands on bargains in-store.
With money being tight this year for many, Sainsbury’s shoppers will be happy to learn that their toy sale has returned for 2020.
The food store kept the details of the sale very secretive this year with shoppers noticing signs in-stores within the past couple of weeks.
It is thought there will be over 1,000 children’s toys on sale with some huge brands included in the deal.
Landing in shops two days ago, the sale is in-store only.
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These bargains are only available in a Morrisons store so customers should visit their local to snap up these deals quickly.
Christmas may still be three months away but the supermarket is giving shoppers the opportunity to get their hands on some great deals and get ahead of their shopping.
There is something for everyone’s budget this year with prices starting at £12.50.
Some of the biggest savings can be made on items like the Hot Wheels RC Monster Truck, which was £50 and is now £25, and a Tefal children’s play kitchen, which is now just £30, reduced from £60.
Jamie Louram, Toy Buyer at Morrisons said: “As we draw closer to Christmas we know some customers are planning to be more prepared this year than ever before and so we hope the Christmas toy sale event will help them find the perfect gift at a great price.”
When visiting supermarkets, it is important to adhere to their guidelines that have been put in place to help protect staff and customers.
Morrisons recently reinstalled their indoor and outdoor queuing system to help maintain how many people are in-store at any one time.
There are also floor stickers placed around the shop to help shoppers maintain socially distancing.
Whilst there is plenty of stock available, the supermarket has introduced buying restrictions on some essential items to help everyone get the items they need.
Sainsbury’s also introduced a new rule where only one adult per household will be allowed into their stores.
Those who arrive with more than one adult will be asked to wait outside.
In a statement, Sainsbury’s said: “We are asking everyone to only send one adult per household to our shops.
“This helps us keep people a safe distance apart and also helps to reduce queues to get into stores.”