Bag a bargain in the Amazon '2 for £20' toy sale with big names on offer, including LEGO, Duplo, Paw Patrol and more

Got a kid's birthday coming up? Now's the time to take advantage of promotions and offers - and you can currently get two toys for £20 on Amazon

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Buying toys for the kids in your life can be expensive, so when a sale comes along, it's worthwhile taking advantage and snapping up those gifts or treats at a fraction of their usual price.

And right now Amazon is running a promotion on a selection of toys where you can pick up two for £20. The offer is only available on specific toys, but we've had a good look and there's an excellent selection for a broad age range, including Peppa Pig, Gabby's Dollhouse, Play-Doh, and LEGO.

This promotion is running until 28 July 2024, so it's likely the product selection on offer will change during this time. Keep your eyes peeled and snap up your preferred buys as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

We're hoping that throughout the offer period, we'll see some of the best Peppa Pig toys, a kid-friendly chess set, or one of these gross-sounding games on the list, but right now, these are our top picks.

If you regularly shop with Amazon, then you're probably already aware of the perks of being a Prime member, but there are a number of Prime hidden benefits that are often overlooked. Even if you aren't a Prime member, there's no doubt that the online giant offers a great selection of products, with many at the cheapest price. But it's always worth shopping around and seeing if any other toy retailers are selling the same product cheaper. Remember to factor in delivery costs when weighing up the cheapest place to buy.

Other ways to save money on toys

Buying toys in the sale is a foolproof way to save a bit of money. Taking advantage of any buy-one-get-one-free offers is also a handy way to stockpile some gifts for the children of friends or family members without breaking the bank.

Buying preloved items is also good for your bank balance and the planet - you can buy online with sites like eBay, Gumtree, or Facebook Marketplace, or nip into your local charity shop to take a look at the toys they have. They won't always be in the original packaging - but give a child a toy they love and they won't care!

If your child has grown out of their existing toys, then you can guarantee another family is experiencing the same thing. This could be the perfect opportunity to arrange a toy swap - not only will this help you declutter your home, but swapping a toy your child no longer wants for something they do can help freshen up their collection at no extra cost.

If you want to bag other savings, there's currently 50 per cent off Hunter wellies for the whole family too. In other toy news, these are the best dinosaur toys right now and if you want a hit of nostalgia, take a look at our list of classic toys you can still buy today.

Sarah Handley
Consumer Writer & Money Editor, GoodtoKnow

Sarah is GoodtoKnow’s Consumer Writer & Money Editor and is passionate about helping mums save money wherever they can - whether that's spending wisely on toys and kidswear or keeping on top of the latest news around childcare costs, child benefit, the motherhood penalty. A writer, journalist and editor with more than 15 years' experience, Sarah is all about the latest toy trends and is always on the look out for toys for her nephew or Goddaughters so that she remains one of their favourite grown ups. When not writing about money or best buys, Sarah can be found hanging out with her rockstar dog Pepsi, getting opinionated about a movie or learning British Sign Language.