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Asda Kingswood in Hull had Furby's reduced to £32. They had a few different colours, probably around 10 in total.

Not should if nationwide, but seemed like a great price and so thought I would post even if only to help a few.

Still £55 online
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leehustwait2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago
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aberfal 4 Likes #1
Still over priced
Half it and we talk
clouisex#2
well i think this is the best price ive seen yet. a shame i dont live close enough.
OnPoint#3
My 5 year old loves her Furby , well worth this price, Heat added
lupebrettigmcrebanned#4
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VinegarTits 1 Like #5
Can see them going to the £25-£30 mark at some point. Not in any rush to pick one up but heat added!
squillionbanned 1 Like #6
Sub £20 within a month
squillionbanned#7
Think about those hamsters whatever they were called. Tesco was offering them for 2 for £5 round about Feb/March.
OnPoint 1 Like #8
squillion
Think about those hamsters whatever they were called. Tesco was offering them for 2 for £5 round about Feb/March.

2-3 christmas' after the fad (_;)
essinem7#9
Not sure why kids go crazy over these, but a good price nonetheless! Have some heat
Da11as#10
I picked 3 up for £33 from Argos on their 3 for 2 offer....................

The RRP of £50 is way to expensive for what they are and actually do, price should be a more favorable £24.99.
JADO#11
Have these become any less annoying over the years? I felt like going on a furby massacre when these were last popular with kids.
phatbhoy#12
Spent £60 on one at Xmas - its already broken.
cmac90#13
says £55 on asda site still?
Muffy#14
I didn't realise they were still going. I still have about 6 of these in a cupboard from when my kids had them about 10 years ago but my 24-year-old won't let me throw them away (or sell them). I bought them at about a fiver each after the original fad and looking at them on Amazon these new versions look much cheaper and nastier than the ones I have. I expect the prices will plummet again soon but I don't remember them ever being anything like £30. I don't understand why anyone would pay that kind of price for one.
Da11as#15
The new generation interactive Furby with LCD screens for their eyes and their very own android app, my kids control their Furby's with their phones, iPods and Samsung tablets....lol.

The future of technology, I was lucky to have a Action-Man when I was a kid. X)
Muffy#16
The original ones have real blinking eyes (I mean eyes that really blink, not real eyes) which seems nicer than an LCD to me. I'm sure these new ones are more technically advanced but really, do young children care that much? £32 much (or £70 elsewhere)? After 2 months they will end up in a cupboard and another gizmo will become the new fad.
virtualgirl2204#17
I got one for my daughter too for christmas - she wants another one, only get it when it is price dropped big time :p
Da11as#18
Muffy
The original ones have real blinking eyes (I mean eyes that really blink, not real eyes) which seems nicer than an LCD to me. I'm sure these new ones are more technically advanced but really, do young children care that much? £32 much (or £70 elsewhere)? After 2 months they will end up in a cupboard and another gizmo will become the new fad.

These still have the mechanical blinking eye lids that open and close.
moodamoo55#19
The new ones are so much better than the majority of the interactive animal toys that are available. I have played with my daughters more than her and looking at the price if other interactive animal toys it's priced right for what it does x
BigBoyRoy#20
My daughters one died after a day. Even after finding the reset button which brings it back to life for a short while. Had to send him back to smyths.
Shame as it seemed quite good....even danced to music.:(

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