Ah, Smyths Toys. Home of LOL Dolls, Fornite, Lego, Pokemon, Frozen and, of course, slime (we still don't get the obsession). Basically, it's the perfect place to cater for every kid on your Christmas to-buy list. But who wants to face the crush of an actual store (all your senses assaulted by bright colours, loud noises and light-up EVERYTHING)? Nope, smart people do their toy shopping online and remain sane and rested.
What to buy, though? Don't worry, we've rounded up the most popular, must-have toys you can buy right now, plus a few deals to make the most of. Get ready to be the favourite parent/uncle/aunty/grandparent/distant relative...
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Disney Frozen 2 Arendelle Castle | Was £143.99 now £127.99 (opens in new tab)
Okay, let's start off with the big one – Frozen. Smyths Toys have so much Frozen stuff, all at different price points. We've picked out the ultimate Frozen toy – a 5ft version of Arendelle Castle complete with 14 accessories and characters we won't even attempt to name. Olaf, we know though.
POP! Vinyl: Disney Frozen 2 Elsa | Was £9.99 now £7 (opens in new tab)
We will be honest, we are not exactly sure what these POP! thingies are, but we have seen them EVERYWHERE. And both kids and adults love them. think it's like a collectables thing. Anyway Smyths have loads, and they come in the form of all your fave characters, but this Elsa one is actually reduced so we thought we would give her a special shout out.
Rose gold jewellery set | £8 (opens in new tab)
As far as DIY jewellery sets go, this one is actually pretty classy. You can make up to five necklaces and bracelets with this set with 'rose gold' letters, trinkets and charms – the perfect grown up present for the wannabe teenager in your life.
LEGO 71043 Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle Toy | £349.99 (opens in new tab)
There are a whopping 6,020 pieces in this Harry Potter LEGO set! You get to build Hogwarts – complete with the Great Hall (stain glass windows included), Hagrid's Hut (spiders included), the whomping willow (Ford Anglia included) and the Sword of Gryffindor (magic powers not included).
LEGO 10698 Classic Large Creative Brick Box Toy | Was £39.99 now £34.99 (opens in new tab)
And if spending £349.99 seems like utter madness to you, this brick box is just £34.99. Great for those kids who just want to build whatever comes to their weird little minds. You get 790 pieces and two basemates, plus there is an ideas booklet included.
LEGO 21141 Minecraft The Zombie Cave Adventures Building Set | £18.99 (opens in new tab)
Minecraft might have been slightly eclipsed by Fornite, but it's still a better alternative for younger kids in particular. This Minecraft LEGO set is a safe bet. It's for ages seven to 14 is ideal for younger fans of the video game.
Tabletop Football | £8 (opens in new tab)
A great Secret Santa present, or a really impressive stocking filler. This tabletop football pitch looks way more expensive than it is, and we are pretty sure this would be the most enviable Secret Santa gift in the office! There's a pool version (opens in new tab) too.
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