Kids can get a FREE Easter egg at Smyths Toys this Saturday

SMYTHS Toys shoppers have the chance to grab a free Easter egg this Saturday, April 16.

The chain entertainment provider is hosting a nationwide egg hunt.


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The Easter Bank Holiday weekend is fast approaching and eggs are flying off the shelves, and many can no longer be ordered online.

But shock fans have the chance to get their paws on a free Easter egg this weekend.

Smyths Toys organizes a free egg hunt for children.

We asked the channel if there was an age restriction for the event and will update this article when we get back to you.

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But so far, the Smyths Toy store has told us, “We welcome everyone to our stores to enjoy the event, but we should note that while we do our best to accommodate everyone, our events are intended for young children.

There are 90 stores in total across the UK, and each will open to hungry hunters around 9am, but shoppers should check what time their local branch opens before visiting.

You can find your local branch using the store locator on their website.

The event will run until 2 p.m., or until stock runs out.

Children will receive a clue sheet to follow in store and upon completion they will receive a free Easter egg.

There will be one egg provided per participating child – but the store has not revealed which egg it will be.

Customers cannot register for the event in advance.

Instead, they must show up the same day.

This can mean there are queues to get in – so be prepared in advance.

And note that the event can only run while supplies last, so if you go later in the day, there might not be any free eggs left.

The chain has also announced that entry to the Easter egg hunt will give each participant the chance to win a free 10ft trampoline worth £159.99.

And speaking of freebies, Tesco shoppers can get a free Creme egg or Maltesers bunny with a ‘secret’ code.

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If you can’t make it to a Smyths Toy store this weekend, we’ve got you covered with the best deals on Easter eggs, from Cadbury to Lindt.

Iceland fans can get two large Easter eggs for £5, saving £3 in total.

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Raymond I. Langston