Smyths is selling ‘original’ My Little Pony toys for £9 each and we feel very nostalgic

Smyths is selling 'original' My Little Pony toys for £9 each and we feel very nostalgic

SMYTHS Toys is selling “original” My Little Pony toys for £9 to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the release of the first generation of ponies.
The range, which was first rolled out in the 1980s, includes the six original pony friends Butterscotch, Cotton Candy, Blossom, Blue Belle, Minty and Snuzzle.
The “original” pony friends will set you back £8.99 at Smyths Toys
The new toys are re-released versions of the classics, and they’re making us feel really nostalgic.
With long, shiny hair that you can comb, braid and style, the ponies should look and feel just like you remember.
They’ll set you back £8.99 each at Smyths and they come in the sizes of 15.24 cm x 6.35 cm x 20.32 cm.
The packs also come with a comb, ribbon and mini collector poster.
The toys were spotted by savvy shoppers in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Group on Facebook – and they’re really excited.
One user wrote: “Omg omg omg. I’d love one for my birthday.”
While another one said: “Yay a My Little Pony that looks like a pony! This is how they should stay, can’t beat the old days.”

The toys have already sold out online according to Smyths’ website, but a spokesperson told The Sun that it’s expecting more stock to come in very soon.
In the meantime, there’s still stock left in all of its 116 stores across the UK and Ireland. To find your local branch, check out its store locator here.
Argos is also selling the retro toys but they’re slightly more expensive per pony setting you back £10 each.
Or if you’re keen to pick up more than one, you can get two for £15, which makes it a better deal than Smyth’s prices.
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