WILKO has made a huge change to its stores and parents – and children – will be disappointed.
The retailer has announced that it is reducing the range of toys sold in its stores.
It says it will be focusing more on household and garden products, which prove more popular with customers.
Wilko will be making the change gradually across all of its UK stores.
But shoppers will still be able to buy selected toys online.
It currently charges £4.95 for standard delivery and £7.96 for next day.
Wilko also confirmed that seasonal toys, such as paddling pools and Christmas presents, will be available at relevant times of the year.
The retailer currently has more than 400 branches across the country.
You can find your nearest Wilko by using the store locator tool on its website.
Wilko isn't the only retailer making huge changes this year.
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Aldi is pulling the plug on its online operation by axing deliveries from its website.
It means customers will no longer be able to buy cheap wine cases or order Specialbuys to their door.
And Tesco is introducing plant-based packaging to allow shoppers to recycle their tea bags.
How to save money at Wilko
Use online to your advantage
Wilko's website will take you straight to all the best bargains if you know where to look.
On the top rail there's a tab called "Offers" filled with all things discounted, from garden furniture to paint and more.
Another tip is to make sure you're following bargain hunting forums and other online communities.
Cash-in on dupes
Wilko can be a great place to look for a cheaper version of something you've seen elsewhere.
With Wilko's extensive homeware range and more, there's plenty of products that possess a striking resemblance to other pricier products on the market.
You can cash-in on these dupes and save yourself a fortune.
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Wilko sends out a virtual newsletter to fans with everything they need to know about what's going on in-store and online.
If you're not signed up to it, you could be missing out on a barrage of bargains that are easy to cash-in on.
It's free to do, you just have to let them know your email address.
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