Tesco starts half-price pre-Christmas toy sale – but you need a Clubcard to get the discounts

TESCO shoppers can bag huge discounts on toys including Disney, Barbie and Lego ahead of the festive season.

Bargain hunters getting a head start on their Christmas shopping can get up to 50% off loads of toys in Tesco stores.

Shoppers have spotted that Tesco's 50% off toy sale has started in some stores


Shoppers have spotted that Tesco’s 50% off toy sale has started in some storesCredit: Getty

The massive sale has launched online – and prices of big toys including jigsaws, Hot Wheels and Harry Potter goodies have been slashed.

However, you have to be a Clubcard member to get the discounts.

You can sign up for a Clubcard online, and discounts will automatically be applied when you make an online purchase.

If you’re shopping in store you’ll have to scan your card to get the offer.

When we checked out the toy sale online for ourselves, we noticed there were 45 toys on offer.

Shoppers can bag this Harry Potter Niffler soft toy for £15 instead of £30.

While this Frozen Toddler Doll & Accessory set is £17.50 – down from £35.

If your kid is a fan of Barbie, you could grab this Barbie Convertible Car & Doll set for £16 – whereas non-members will have to pay £32 for it.

This Lego Technic Catamaran set is also on offer, down from £35 to £21.

Tesco fans were already clued up on the big discounts as early as last week, posting half price finds to social media.

One shopper found a Land Rover Discovery toy car on sale at the discounted price of £50 – down from £100.

They also said Tesco is selling a Sylvanian Families home gift set for £35 – half the the original £70 price tag.

Other items posted in the Money Saver Online Facebook group included table top hockey for £10, a Barbie hair dressing kit for £7 and Hot Wheels sets starting at £10.

An Evo Plus dirt rider scooter is £40, 50% off the original £80 price tag.

Shoppers can also snap up a Fisher-Price musical zoo train for £15, down from £30.

It’s always a good idea to shop around before you make a purchase to make sure you’re getting the best deal.

You should only buy something if you were already planning to make a purchase, not just because it’s in the sale.

Otherwise, you’re not really making a saving.

It’s best to check your local shop to see if they have the toys on offer in stores.

Tesco has also slashed the price of school uniforms, with prices starting at £1.50.

This savvy shopper revealed the date she starts Christmas shopping to help save her £1,500.

Asda has already launched its toy sale so parents can start getting ready for the festive season.

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