Save 20% on this Barbie Princess doll and Dreamtopia Unicorn - which lights up AND plays music!

Barbie toys make great gift for any doll lover, and this Dream Camper Caravan is currently £5.99 off as part of Amazon's Prime Day event.

If you've been looking to upgrade your child's doll collection, this Barbie and unicorn set is a great addition and it's currently £11 off for Prime Day! The price has been slashed from £49.99 to £38.99 for a limited time.

It's the perfect gift for an upcoming birthday or Christmas, and is sure to brighten up their toy box. Barbie dolls are no doubt going to make an appearance on Christmas lists across the country this year, so why not beat the rush and get this great toy for a cheaper price?

There's plenty of great savings on toys and games over the Prime Day event, if this Barbie duo doesn't interest you. Other brands include Lego, Nerf, Star Wars and Fortnite, so there's something for everyone.

Barbie Dreamtopia Magical Lights Unicorn

Age suitability: 3 years and up | Batteries required: 3 AA batteries (included) | Price: £38.99


This Barbie Princess doll and the accompanying Barbie Dreamtopia Magical Lights Unicorn spark imaginative play with whimsical lights and sound effects that are sure to transport children to a magical world.

Both the Princess and Unicorn have a fun rainbow design, with Barbie's skirt matching the unicorn's mane and tail. The doll also has bendable knees so she can easily ride on the unicorn for fun playtime adventures!

The unicorn is a very interactive toy with multiple ways to play. Children can pet the unicorn's body, tap its horn or let it munch on the included ice cream cone accessory to hear music or sweet sounds and see starry, multi-coloured lights flashing from it.

Lucy Buglass
Digital Writer

Lucy Buglass is a Digital Writer for What's on TV,, and Woman&Home. After finishing her degree in Film Studies at Oxford Brookes University she moved to London to begin her career. She's passionate about entertainment and spends most of her free time watching Netflix series, BBC dramas, or going to the cinema to catch the latest film releases.