ASDA has launched a massive sale to help parents get stocked up for Christmas, dubbed the big toy rollback. The sale is available in-store and online, so there is plenty of opportunity to cash in on the savings. Over 150 items are currently featured in the online sale with many more found in-store too. Some shoppers have already shared on Facebook a number of aisles in branches filled to the brim with the discounted goodies. It’s not just Asda that has massive savings on the perfect stocking fillers either, as Argos' two toys for £15 deal is back, perfect for stocking up ahead of Christmas. There’s less than four months until the big festive day rolls around so many shoppers are keen to cash in on savings now to get stocked up and be prepared. If you’re checking out Asda’s sale, you should have a shop around first though, to see if other retailer’s might be offering a better bargain. Google shopping is one great tool to compare prices. Most read in Money LIGHTS OUT Energy firm Bulb COLLAPSES with 1.7million customers affected EXTRA HELP Six ways to get cash before Christmas including £1,000 Universal Credit loan RENAISSANCE MAN Man… Read full this story
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