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Argos' top children's toys for Christmas 2018 revealed with 200 shopping days to go - here's what's on the list

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Argos' top children's toys for Christmas 2018 revealed with 200 shopping days to go - here's what's on the list

June 7, 2017

by Ellis Lane - Gloucestershire Live

 

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Argos has released its hotly anticipated Christmas list for 2018 exactly 200 days before Christmas Day.

Those looking to get their Christmas shopping done very, very early this year are in luck, as the Top Toys for 2018 features 13 new and exciting toys that the high street retailer are expecting to feature on every child's wish list this winter, reports The Mirror.

Argos are expecting 2018 to be the 'Year of the Unicorn', with Santa expecting to deliver a range of mythical toys to good boys and girls, such as the My Lovely Unicorn Electric Ride-On and the quirky 'Poopsie Unicorn Surprise', which is a unicorn that poops glitter - yes, you read that right. We're expecting it to be the weird and wonderful must have toy of the year.
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Whilst many of us may think it's too early to be starting our Christmas shopping, Argos have found that a staggering 4.7 million Brits have already started their Christmas shopping, and surprisingly Generation Z's are even getting their's done early with half a million 16-25 year olds already finished their present buying for the festive season.

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Steelwheels

I saw their list from last year and they had "Fingerlings" at the top then too. I didn't have one single request for a Fingerling all of last season. I kind of wonder if they're trying to create a buzz where one doesn't exist.

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Santa Charlie G

I agree with Steelwheels, I did not get a request for Fingerlings. I do believe it is about the all mighty dollar. 

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Santa Bill Reiller

I never got any requests for fingerlings either.  But seeing that Argos does not seem to be in this counrty you can never count on what the children will ask for.

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7 minutes ago, Santa Bill Reiller said:

I never got any requests for fingerlings either.  But seeing that Argos does not seem to be in this counrty you can never count on what the children will ask for.

True. Their list does seem very limited in a geographic sense. At least they had Nerf, Lego, and Paw Patrol listed. Of course, any list that doesn't have at least some Lego, Barbie, Hot Wheels, or Dolls in the top ten isn't a list I'd give much weight to.

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