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We are approaching the most wonderful time of the year, and with Christmas just around the corner, Morrisons are slashing prices on their toys.

Morrisons has launched a mega sale on toys in store, to help customers prepare for Christmas.

The supermarket has cut up to 50 per cent off products from popular household brands including Disney Princess, LEGO, Peppa Pig and Mario Kart.

You will also be able to get your hands on a LOL Surprise Mega Remix Set - tipped to be one of this season’s hottest gifts - for just £75, half off the usual price.

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The majority of the deals, which also include a Peppa Pig Playhouse that has been reduced from £110 to £55 and Lego sets for £17.50, will be available until the November 2.

The deals will be available to all customers, without the need to sign up to any loyalty schemes.

David Catton, Toys Buyer at Morrisons, said: “At Morrisons, our shelves are fully stocked with Christmas gifts.

“We want to help customers bag a bargain and get the Christmas shopping sorted early so they can focus on spending quality time with friends and family during the festive season.”

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Take a look at what is on offer on the Morrisons website.

What toys can you get in the Morrisons Christmas toy sale?

Here are some of the toys you can get at discount prices ahead of Christmas.

  • Disney Princess Castle - £60 down to £30
  • Peppa Pig Playhouse - £110 down to £55
  • Mario Kart Remote Control Race - £50 down to £34
  • Lego Classic Creative Transparent Bricks - £35 down to £17.50
  • LOL Dance Machine Surprise - £40 down to £28
  • Nickelodeon Slimy Fun Kit - £11.50 down to £9.20
  • Disney Princess Styling Head - £25 down to £15
  • Micro Machines Super Van City - £60 down to £26
  • Metal Machines Gorilla Rampage - £60 down to £30
  • LOL Surpirse OMG Remix Set - £150 down to £75

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