Best selling Toys & Games for weekending Saturday 25th February 2017 Dominated by Harry Potter

These are the unofficial top 10 Bestsellers in Toys & Games on Amazon.co.uk for the week ending Saturday 25th February 2017. Well you can tell from the chart that something different is happening this week. Yes, it’s World Book Day this week and children up and down the country will be dressing up as their favourite characters to go to school. Judging by the chart it would see that most children will be going dressed as Harry Potter or Willy Wonker.

Position Picture Name Price*
1 JuYi Fidget Toy Cube Relieves Stress and Anxiety for Children and Adults (Black/Red)
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£2.99
2 Rubie’s Official Harry Potter Pack Gryffindor Robe, Wand and Glasses Child’s Costume – Standard Size
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£17.70
3 School Boy Fancy Dress Costume Accessories (Tie)
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£1.95
4 Cards Against Humanity: UK edition
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£25.00
5 Rubie’s Official Harry Potter Gryffindor Classic Robe Childs Costume – Large
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6 School Fancy Dress Costume Accessories (Glasses, Tie, Scarf, Braces & Wand) (Tie)
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£1.95
7 Dobble Card Game
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£10.48
8 Smiffy’s Children’s Roald Dahl Boy’s Willy Wonka Costume, Top, Trousers, Bow Tie, Hat & Cane, Roald Dahl, Size: M, Colour: Multi, 27141
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£17.29
9 Rubie’s Official Harry Potter Hermione Granger Wand Costume Accessory
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Out of stock
10 Kids School Fancy Dress Costume Accessories (Glasses, Elastic Tie, Scarf & Wand)
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£10.48

* Price as of publication, click through for live pricing. This is an unofficial top ten best selling toys & games for Amazon.co.uk. This is created by our Intelligent Agent which is constantly monitoring their website to see what is selling. If you have any questions about how this works or if you would like to find out more please leave a comment below.

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