Pink and white WowWee Fingerling in-store at Walsall Smyths £14.99 and can be reserved via click and collect. The others can be pre-ordered on-line for arrival between 24 November to the 1 December for most stores.
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Pink and white WowWee Fingerling in-store at Walsall Smyths £14.99 and can be reserved via click and collect. The others can be pre-ordered on-line for arrival between 24 November to the 1 December for most stores.

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Edited by:"bug0109"Found 2nd Nov
Pink and white WowWee Fingerling in-store at Walsall Smyths and can be reserved via click and collect. The others can be pre-ordered on-line for arrival between 24 November and the 1 December for most stores. I know some people will say that this isn't a deal but I know that there are a lot of people looking for these especially being let down by Amazon and ebay sellers. They're not available in Argos until 2018 (not much use for Christmas). I can't find any vouchers, TCB or quidco to help.

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They're available to pre order in most Smyths stores. Thanks.

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scottay2hottay5 h, 8 m ago

They're available to pre order in most Smyths stores. Thanks.


Thanks. That is what I meant but I've edited the text to make it clearer (I think). They're probably in-store in other stores but I only checked Walsall as it's my nearest and it was quiet late last night.

Thanks for this! I've had a smyths home delivery pre order going for weeks and they keep putting it back 😔 I've order one to my local store so here's hoping!
Edited by: "butterflies2005" 3rd Nov

I can't help but wonder why a 'must have' toy would be under manufactured before xmas...
Or is this a way or generating your own demand for you product by only releasing a small number making it rare and dragging bewildered parents into a frenzy of buying them all as soon as they find them in order to shift stock quickly?

I have a feeling these, tamagotchis and all the other rare toys will suddenly get stock before xmas!

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Yes I know and I don't normally go for this fads for my kids but my youngest really wants one. To be honest this is quite cheap for a "must have" present. They haven't seen the LOL dolls and I've managed to talk them out of a Hatchimal (the older one has a Furby). It's not going to take up too much room and I'm going to have two happy children on Christmas morning.
I remember the whole extended family looking for a Teletubbie when the first came out for my niece. That was a nightmare because you had to physically go to a shop and try and fight your way to get one (I never managed to find one). At least now you can just click and collect.
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