The Entertainer unveils 2023 Santa’s Toy Shop Christmas Catalogue

Published on: 18th October 2023

The 36-page catalogue is jam-packed with the top toys and games kids will want this Christmas, with five Santa’s Savers pages dedicated to the best deals to be had.

christmasThe Entertainer has revealed its 2023 Santa’s Toy Shop Christmas Catalogue, helping kids decide what to include on their letters to Santa – and showing parents where they can help Santa buy them.

The 36-page catalogue spans a wide array of toy categories and play patterns, from Pre-School, Arts & Crafts and Dolls to Outdoor Toys, Blasters and Construction. Top brands featured within the pages include CoComelon, L.O.L. Surprise!, Rainbow High, Squishmallows, Paw Patrol and VTech, while Lego, Barbie and Fugglers enjoy dedicated pages all to themselves.

As well as the above brands, the Santa’s Savers section, spanning five pages of the catalogue, features all the best deals to be found at The Entertainer over the festive period.

The catalogue also includes useful details regarding in-store events, such as the Santa Letter Writing Workshops and the Big Toy Appeal, as well as information on Christmas returns, gift cards, payment options and ordering online.

Steven Pearson, head of Buying at The Entertainer, said: “The Entertainer’s Santa’s Toy Shop Christmas Catalogue features over 400 toys across all categories at fabulous prices. The catalogue enables our customers and their families to highlight all the toys they want on their Christmas gift lists and features a host of great new products. The catalogue includes over 250 toys with great savings of up to 75% off, offering great value to all our customers. You can even win a trip to Santa’s Lapland.”

Readers can view the catalogue here.


Friday Blog

Money’s too tight to mention … it’s the Friday Blog!

TV coverage continues to showcase toys in run-up to Christmas

Panini Premier League Official Sticker Collection 2024 hits retail

Lois Stewart joins the Plus-Plus team

Xplore Distribution welcomes Kevin Griffiths

Lego Fortnite is now live

Toikido and Moonbug reveal new pre-school IP, PeaKeeBoo

Exclusive: Nuremberg Toy Fair all set for 2024

Funrise appoints James Xuereb as European account manager for e-Commerce

Board Game Club’s festive special draws biggest crowd of the year