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Best Black Friday toy deals for Australians: Save big on LEGO


You can get up to 40% off LEGO at Target, up to 30% off at THE ICONIC and 20% off millions of item at eBay.

Black Friday is finally here!

If you're shopping around for some new toys or looking for something specific that'll make the perfect Christmas gift, we've got you covered. Here at Finder, we've rounded up the top toy offers you can shop this Black Friday.

Keep on scrolling to see our curated list of the very best toy deals or head on over to our Black Friday hub to see all the amazing deals in one place.

The best Black Friday 2020 toy deals you can shop right now:

  • LEGO: Enjoy up to 20% off on selected items.
  • Amazon: Up to 30% off selected Barbie, up to 30% on select Fisher-Price, 25% off Nerf Ultra and more.
  • THE ICONIC: Enjoy 25–30% off selected kids' toys.
  • Target Australia: Take 50% off selected Barbie toys, up to 40% off selected LEGO sets and more.
  • Catch: You can shop a range of savings of up to 70% off. This includes fan-favourite brands like LEGO, Star Wars and Play-Doh.
  • eBay. Take 20% off millions of items. eBay Plus members can also access a range of exclusive offers, click here for more details.
  • Kogan: Get 10% off selected toys and games using the code "FUNDAY".
  • David Jones: Score 25% off full-priced toys from brands like LEGO, Disney and Globber.
  • Myer: You can save on brands including LEGO, Barbie, Bratz and Star Wars.
  • Toy Universe: This toy clearance sale includes brands like Barbie, Fisher-Price and Thomas & Friends.
  • Big W: Take 50% off big brand toys such as Baby Alive Shimmer N Splash Mermaid and Paw Patrol Mighty Cruiser.
  • Kmart: Brand new products dropping online from Nerf, Barbie, Hot Wheels, Pokemon and more.
  • Mr Toys Toyworld: You can take up to 50% off a great range of toys.

Black Friday is a 24-hour event, which will be held this year on 27 November. The mega sales event is closely followed by Cyber Monday, which falls on 30 November and sees even more bargains offered by online stores.

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