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Top 10 Toys for Kiwi Kids

Top 10 Toys for Kiwi Kids


The Warehouse’s famous Toy Sale turns 10 this year and is hitting stores nationwide on Saturday 28 June for two weeks of unbelievable deals.

Revealing her top picks for the hottest toys available, The Warehouse Toy Buyer Lonnica Van Engelen says there are hundreds of fun ways to keep the kids entertained these school holidays.

“We have gone to great lengths to ensure we have all the favourites in store, like LEGO, Nerf and Transformers. Thanks to our Toy Testers’ feedback and the research we’ve done internationally we have our biggest and best ever range of toys for the sale,” Ms Van Engelen said.

“With toys priced from only $3 and a fantastic $10 lay by deal, it’s the perfect chance for Kiwis to stock up on Christmas gifts or simply take a break from their computers and spend time playing with the kids.”

The prices listed below are everyday low prices but be sure to keep an eye out for even lower prices in your Toy Sale mailer (valid from 28 June – 15 July).

As well as the top 10 toys, other popular products for The Warehouse toy sale include classics such as the Hot Wheels Basic Cars Range $3, the all-time Kiwi favourite Wooden Buzzy Bee Pull Along $34.99, Barbie Fashionistas $18.99 and one of our most popular toys from last year, the Jumbo 135cm Bear $119.99.

The Toy Sale starts online at www.thewarehouse.co.nz from 6am Friday 27 June and in stores from Saturday 28 June. Keep an eye out for The Great New Zealand Toy Hunt – a virtual hunt in partnership with The Hits where Kiwis can win a share of $10,000 worth of prizes!


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