Take Along Thomas the Tank Engine - half price £2.99 - Toys R Us - HotUKDeals
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Luton Toys R Us (and also on their website) - Also had Percy and a quite a few other double packs i couldnt name with carridges for only £2.99 too, doubles alone can be around £10-12. Can order on line but its £4.95 for delivery. Cheapest I have ever seen these, Nationwide promotion

Pocket-sized, die-cast Thomas engine. Features Smart Magnets that connect either way and an exclusive collector's card. Thomas is a cheeky, fussy little engine, often getting into scrapes, usually by being over-eager to do things!

Please note that the Thomas Take Along range is compatible with the Thomas Take 'n' Play range.
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#1
you can also get these in Home Bargins for £1.99 they have a whole collection and also a carry case with three of the trains in it for £9.99
#2
They've been this price for some time now - great price. Home Bargains is usually ok but they tend only have a set three in my area (Thomas, Lady and Rosie) whereas I picked up Percy and Sir Handle for £2.99 at Toys 'R' Us. Sometimes have a rake though, as I only found one Percy (who I was looking for) under a pile of boxes. Heat added.
#3
Although I have seen these in Home Bargains and ELC had a couple for half price this is still a good price for these and at this price they are a good quality little present. Will be heading off to Toys R Us as soon as I can to see if I can add any to my sons Home Bargain collection
#4
Just been to the Warrington toys r us and they had loads of stock, most of them were £3.50 rather than £2.99, but they had lots of popular ones such as Thomas, Percy, Edward, James, Henry and Harold.

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