Irish retailer reveals the most popular toys ahead of Christmas 2023
We know it’s only September… but if you’ve ever had THE FEAR of not being able to snap up that one viral toy every kid wants for Christmas, you’ll understand.
Very, Ireland's leading online retailer, has done the hard work for us, announcing the release of their list of the top toys for Christmas this year.
Every parent plans to have the Christmas shopping done and dusted well in advance, but let’s face it; most years that doesn’t happen.
So, with the aim of making parents' lives easier in the run up to the holiday season, this comprehensive list reveals the most sought-after toys for 2023.
From interactive learning to imaginative playsets and the latest technological marvels, the list ensures that parents find the perfect gift for their children.
They stock 1000s of toys from the biggest brands like Barbie, Hot Wheels, LOL Surprise, Disney, Star Wars, Tonies, Playstation, Lego, V Tech and Playmobil to name a few.
So while stocks are at their height, why not snap up one or two bits now and save yourself the Christmas week panic-dash.
Very’s Top Toy List 2023
- Barbie Dream Camper Vehicle Playset and Accessories
- Rainbow High Core Fashion Dolls - Series 4
- Technic Ferrari Daytona SP3 Model Car Set 42143
- Spidey and His Amazing Friends Spider Crawl-R
- KidiSnap Touch
- Little Live Pets - Mama Surprise
- Dance & Play Bluey
- HEROES OF GOO JIT ZU GOO SHIFTERS STRETCH AND STRIKE THRASH MOBILE
- Gabby's Dollhouse
- Imaginext Jurassic World Dominion Mega Stomp & Rumble Dino
- PAW BIG TRUCK PUPS HQ
- Creative Cafe Barista Bar
- Lego CITY Double Loop Stunt Arena
- Hot Wheels Action Cyclone Crash
- ROB- Deluxe Playset (Brookhaven: Bank Outlaw and Order) W12
- Dyson Supersonic & Corrale Styling Set
- Play Doh Ice cream cart
- Toniebox Starter Set
- Photo Creator Instant Camera
- Jiggly Pets Pups
- Noble Harry Potter Wizards Chess Set
- Fisher-Price DJ Bouncin' Beats
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