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Tesco releases list of top Christmas toys

Published on: 2nd October 2017

Supermarket chain unveils its Christmas toy picks, including Tesco exclusives. 

Tesco’s list of top toys for Christmas is topped with the newly released L.O.L. Surprise! Big Surprise ball, a supersized offering for fans of the toys.

Garry Lawford, Tesco senior toy buying manager, commented: “We know that picking the right toys for kids at this time can be like the real nightmare before Christmas for many parents, and so our team of experts wanted to offer our help and expertise in helping find what we believe will be the right present.”

“While the Big Surprise sits on top of our top 10 list, there are other toys for kids of all ages – and the good news is that this year’s selection is less reliant on technical innovation, and more to do with getting children to use their imagination.”

“There are latest toys from evergreen favourites like Lego and My Little Pony, which some parents will remember, as well as newer favourites such as Nerf, Paw Patrol and Guardians of the Galaxy.”

Below is Tesco’s full list of top toys for Christmas:

  1. L.O.L. Surprise! Big Surprise ball
  2. Guardians of the Galaxy 12″ Titan 6 Pack
  3. My Little Pony Mega Collection
  4. Carousel Drive and Talk Vehicles
  5. Lego City Police Station
  6. Fisher Price Think & Learn Teach ‘n Tag Movi
  7. Num Noms Nail Polish Maker
  8. PJ Masks Headquarters
  9. Paw Patrol Sea Patroller
  10. Nerf Modulus Regulator

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