Thanks, an informative post.
First go to Argos through Vouchercode https://www.vouchercodes.co.uk/argos.co.uk?oi=5299303 should get £10 voucher emailed to you. You need to spend £50 to get £5 voucher from Argos, so need to add something really cheap.
I would also look into a folding trike or one that can be placed in the car easily. I know it might be more but you buy a trike once usually.
How do you get £5 voucher on £50 spend and £10 voucher on £40 or more spend? Thought it’s £100 or more spend for the £10 voucher !
I bought this a few months ago for £29.99. I recommend that you test it out before christmas while you are still able to return the item. This thing nearly broke my 2 year olds ankle. Unless your child is around 4 year's old and will be pedaling themselves around unassisted I would avoid this product. The little foot rests as you can see in the photo's are in an awkward position and don't provide much of a platform for children to keep their feet on. My son's foot slid off of the front of the foot rest constantly. On one of these occasions the front of his foot got caught scraping along the ground and the rear of his foot wedged against the foot rest. His foot was being crushed against the ground and his ankle twisted out to the side. Just a friendly warning as I would hate to see other children get hurt from a poorly designed product. The build quality isn't great either and they tip over very easily. Obviously with all trikes this is a risk due to the nature of the design however they sit so far forward on this trike that most of the weight is on the front wheel which increases the tipping risk massively. It's also impossible to remove the front wheel once assembled meaning if you do want to return the product you are unable to fit it in the original box it came in. Amazon delivery driver gave me a weird look when he came to pick mine up for a return and refund as I had to tape the front wheel and frame to the side of the box.