Top selling toys

Top selling toys’s wide variety of toys offers parents plenty of choices this holiday season. There’s no doubt that the perfect gift can be found for any child. The battle between collectible fan favourites and tech toys continues this holiday season as all the big names compete for the coveted title of Takealot’s top selling toy.

LEGO, Nerf, Paw Patrol and Hatchimals all hover on the podium, but the winning position goes to the Jeronimo Roadster – the chic model car with four-wheel suspension for mini off-roaders. Julie-Anne Walsh, marketing manager at, says the list includes some newbies as well as nostalgic picks, “LEGO has been a favourite for generations of children and remains in our top ten today. A new contender is Hatchimals – a loveable ‘egg’ that hatched a new toy craze in 2016.”

Here’s’s top toys for 2017 in terms of sales:

Toys to spoil them (over R500)

• Jeronimo Roadster – R2,449

• Caterpillar Massive Machine – R1,609

• Hatchimals Twins Purple Egg – R1,299

• Hatchimals Surprise Pink Egg – R1,299

• Nerf N-Strike Elite Accustrike Series Alphahawk – R655

Toys on a budget (under R500)

• Barbie Dolphin Magic Snorkel Fun Friends – R385

• Paw Patrol Electronic Pup Pad – R485

• LEGO Clocks And Watches Boys LEGO Star Wars – R315

• LEGO Classic Creative Supplement Bright – R265

• Paw Patrol Large Plush – R199

• PJ Masks Light Up Figures – R179

Top Tech Buys for 2017:

● Fifa 18 – R979

● Call of Duty: World War 2 – R975

● Xbox One S 500GB – R3,999

● PS4 Slim 1TB – R5,999

*Please note that pricing and product availability is subject to change due to limited stock availability on deals quantities.


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