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Toys ‘R’ Us returns online in the UK just in time for Christmas

Toys ‘R’ Us has made an online return four years after closing all 100 branches in UK. The website is now selling around 14,000 toys from over 100… View Article

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Toys ‘R’ Us returns online in the UK just in time for Christmas

Toys ‘R’ Us has made an online return four years after closing all 100 branches in UK.

The website is now selling around 14,000 toys from over 100 suppliers with free delivery on all orders over £20 and next-day delivery on all orders placed before 6pm. 

Toys ‘R’ Us ceased operations back in 2018, with some of the toy store’s former branches still laying empty several years later.  

The American toy retailer has also relaunched its Babies R Us range, offering all the must-have items for parents and their little ones. From classic Little Tikes Cozy Coupes to nursery essentials, Babies R Us offers an extensive range of products for babies and toddlers as they grow and develop. 

 The website says: “We’re back! We can’t wait to develop and grow with you and your loved ones, over the coming weeks, months and years!” A video shows children smiling as they play together, with the caption: “We’re getting ready to create magical memories with you…” 

Chief executive and managing director, Louis Mittoni, said: “Toys ‘R’ Us and Babies R Us are much-loved brands in the UK, and our teams have described this as ‘returning home’, not just a relaunch.” 

Toys ‘R’ Us launched in the UK in 1985 but in 2017 the US parent company filed for bankruptcy after debts reached more than £3.5billion. A year later, the toy chain closed all of its 100 UK branches 

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