IF your little ones are fans of Paw Patrol, you should head to your nearest B&M store as soon as you can because the retailer is selling its toys at a bargain price.
A savvy shopper has snapped up a “Zoomer Marshall” toy for £5, down from £70 at Christmas.
Asda You’ll only have to fork out a fiver for this Paw Patrol toy
That’s a whopping £65, or 93 per cent, discount.
You’ll need to be quick though as B&M told The Sun there aren’t a lot of toys left across its 600 stores, but it’s always worth a try.
If you want to avoid making the trip only to find out it’s run out of stock, simply use B&M’s store locator tool to find your nearest one as well as its contact details.
The shopper shared news of the exciting deal in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook, and the post has so far racked up thousands of likes and comments.
Asda The Paw Patrol toy is suitable for anyone above the age of three
The toy, which is based on Marshall from the popular children’s TV show, comes with 80 interactive missions and tricks, and moves and acts just like the pup.
He also knows over 150 Paw Patrol sounds and phrases, and you can open the “pup pack” to activate the water cannons.
The toy is suitable for anyone above the age of three, and it requires four AA batteries.
If you miss out on the deal at B&M, Asda George is selling the toys for £40, down from £50 – but it’s currently run out of stock online.
Meanwhile, thetoyshop.com is selling the same toys for £49.99, down from £69.99.
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Last year, Asda started selling Paw Patrol cereal and it costs £2 a box.
It also rolled out a new cheap toy range including Paw Patrol and Disney.
Meanwhile, Primark is selling a swim outfit themed around the children’s TV show – and the prices start at £3.50.
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