Don’t miss out on Toy World mag deliveries!

Published on: 16th October 2020

Toy World would hate you to miss out on delivery of your favourite read, so if you’ve moved to home working, get in touch now to update your address.

We work hard at Toy World to keep our delivery database as up to date as possible, to ensure that the right people are receiving the print magazine each month. We are proud not to have missed a single issue this year, although are mindful that working circumstances and office addresses may have changed. We want to make sure nobody misses out – and minimise waste by avoiding delivering magazines to empty premises.

Existing subscribers can update their details by simply emailing – or any member of the Toy World team. We can also be called on 01442 502 406. We just need your name, job title and postal address. This can be amended at any time in the future, should your circumstances change again.

However, to ensure you receive the next edition (November), let us know any changes as soon as possible, as the mailing list for that issue will be finalised in the next few days.

There’s lots to look forward to in the November issue, including a feature on Q1 ranges – new products released between Boxing Day and Easter – as well as a comprehensive look at Outdoor Toys. We’ll be speaking to indie retailers about their hopes for the all-important gifting season in our Talking Shop feature. There’s also lots more exclusive content, plus our regular features and all the latest news.

Digital issues can also be viewed on our website, where you can also sign up for our daily – and ‘breaking’ news service.


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