Morrisons has launched a massive toy sale with prices slashed by up to 50 percent off items. The supermarket is selling loads of different toys that savvy shoppers can get their hands on right now. 

Other deals include a Lego 900PCS From Range set which is retailing at £17.50 reduced from £35. 

The lego set contains lots of different coloured pieces of lego and contains instructions on how to build toys including cars, animals and even typewriters. 

It’s suitable for kids aged four and above and is great for learning purposes as well as helping children stay entertained for hours. 

Customers are able to find a limited selection of sale toys online including a Hot Wheels car which was £12 and is now £6. 

The popular PlayMobil Ambulance, which was £30 and is now £15 in the sale, contains a 20 piece kit and includes an ambulance toy, a stretcher, two paramedics and medical kits too. 

Morrisons online has a minimum spend of £40 with delivery prices starting at just £1. 

Jamie Louram, Toy Buyer at Morrisons said: “As we draw closer to Christmas we know some customers are planning to be more prepared this year than ever before and so we hope the Christmas toy sale event will help them find the perfect gift at a great price.”

When visiting a Morrisons store, customers should follow all of the guidelines that the supermarket has in place to help stop the spread of coronavirus. 

In their recent announcement, the supermarket said they will be reinstalling their indoor and outdoor queuing system across all stores.

Morrisons said: “Everybody’s safety is of paramount importance and we hope the announcement will allow customers to feel safe and confident when visiting the shop again.”

Customers are also urged to wear masks when visiting one of their stores and are asked to maintain social distancing guidelines when shopping.

There are also floor stickers placed around the shop to help customers keep a safe distance. 

A Morrisons spokesperson told ITV news that although there is plenty of stock available, they have already implemented buying limits.

They said: “We are introducing a limit on a small number of key products, such as toilet roll and disinfectant.

“Our stock levels of these products are good but we want to ensure that they are available for everyone.”

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