Netto launches summer toys promotion

Bank Holiday Monday will see the retailer follow the upsurge in outdoor toy sales with a new value range.
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The new range of competitively priced outdoor toys includes pogo sticks, trampolines, scooters and more, all at ‘pocket money prices.

Netto’s marketing manager, Mike Hinchcliffe commented: “If the sun shines this summer there will be lots of fun from Netto.

“Kids can get sporty with Dad using the Umbro Mini Football Goal, Garden Lawn Darts or the reversible Basketball & Magnetic Darts set.

“And if that’s not active enough, they can go extreme with the Aqua Blaster, perfect for soaking Mum, or ride down the garden path on Netto’s super sporty Scooter. There are also great garden games to play such as giant Connect4, Draughts and Backgammon.”

The firm has also covered other eventualities, offering a new Wireless Interactive Games Console, in case the summer is another wash-out.

Hichcliffe explained: “The console comes with 20 great games, two wireless joysticks and wireless sports accessories including a baseball bat, table tennis paddle, tennis racket and golf club – all for under £25."

The full list of summer fun products includes:

  • 8’ Trampoline & Enclosure - £79.99
  • Pogo Stick - £9.99
  • Scooter - £9.99
  • Car Pop-up Tent - £9.99
  • Reversible Basketball & Darts Set - £19.99
  • Umbro Mini Football Goal - £7.99
  • Garden Lawn Darts - £9.99
  • Aqua Blaster - £2.99
  • 5-in-1 game set (includes Noughts and Crosses, Draughts, Solitaire, Backgammon, Chinese Checkers) - £9.99
  • Garden Connect 4 - £9.99
  • Wireless Interactive Games Console - £24.99

All products are in store Bank Holiday Monday, 25th May, from 8.30am while stocks last. 

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