There are only 58 more days until Christmas, but shops are already starting to stock Christmas toys and the television toy commercials are also non-stop.
This year, I have decided to be organised and have already been out and about to have a look at what the best buys are for kids this year.
Tesco have some good deals already on their Christmas toys. They have lots on offer in the Frozen range, the film that all little girls (and their mums secretly) love.
The Disney Frozen Castle will set you back £45 but they also have 2 for £15 offers which include a Disney Frozen make-up bag set.
Tesco also has a 2 gifts for £30 offer on the My Little Pony, Monster High and Disney ranges.
Argos also have 334 toys in their 2 for £15 range.
The brands included in this deal include Play Doh, Chad Valley, Barbie, Hot Wheels and much more.
So you could, for example, get Jake and the Never Land Pirates quad skates and a Disney Sofia Carry Along Art Case for £15.
Smyths Toys currently have a massive toy sale on at the moment, with 50% off on some toys and bikes, so well worth a visit.
For example, a 12″ fairy bike. has been knocked down from £89.99 to £29.99. And a Leap Frog Lead Pad Ultra is down to £59.99 from £82.99.
A real bargain is the Disney Tangled Princess Tower, which will now cost you £64.99 instead of £129.99. With a six year old daughter myself, I know exactly how popular this one would be!
Toys R Us also currently have a half term sale on.
Bargains include a Lego Duplo Creative Suitcase for £19.99 and Transformers figures for £7.49.
And the Barbie Mariposa Crystal Palace is down to £49.99.
Online of course there are numerous bargains to be had, check out ebay and Amazon for their latest deals on Christmas toys.
We will be updating with more bargains as the festive season approaches.
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