Toys R Us shares best-selling toy predictions for Christmas

Published on: 24th September 2015

In celebration of its 30th anniversary, Toys R Us has shared its predictions for this year’s best-selling toys and revealed its top toys from the last three decades.


Toys R Us’ predictions for this year’s best-selling toys include:

  • Barbie Saddle ‘n’ Ride Horse and Doll
  • Bright Beats Dance & Move BeatBo
  • Clever Keet
  • Easy Nail Spa
  • Frozen Sing with Me Elsa
  • Hair Glow Rapunzel
  • IDO3D Deluxe Design Studio
  • Kinetic Sand Box
  • Lego Deep Sea Exploration Vessel
  • Lego Friends Heartlake Grand Hotel
  • Minions Tumbling Stuart
  • Nerf N Strike Modulus
  • Paw Patrol Paw Patroller
  • Pie Face
  • Shopkins Ice Cream Truck
  • Star Wars Ultimate FX Kylo Ren Lightsabre
  • Star Wars Millennium Falcon
  • Thunderbirds Tracy Island
  • Turtles Giant Leo Playset
  • V-Tech Toot Toot City

Looking back over the past three decades, the toy retailer lists a number of familiar favourites as its best-sellers, including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles topping the charts in 1990, Barbie being a must-have toy in 1993 and Sylvanian Families rising to the top in 1987.

Toys R Us spokesman, Mike Coogan, said: “The toy timeline has identified some huge similarities in toys from yesteryear, and our predictions for this year’s best-selling Christmas toys include some of the greatest toys through the years. Star Wars, Thunderbirds, Barbie, Lego and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are all back on Christmas wish lists – we feel we’ve invited our old friends back to join our 30th celebrations at the Christmas party.”


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