AMAZON has revealed its top 12 must-have toys for Christmas, including a Star Wars Baby Yoda doll and Present Pets.
Prices start at a reasonable £16 for a family game of Uno Showdown and range up to a hefty £119.99 for a Lego Star Wars set.
We've compared the current prices to other retailers to see if you can get a better deal elsewhere – and in some cases we found you can.
It's worth keeping an eye out on Amazon though because prices may drop on the retailer's Prime Day, which this year takes place from October 13 to October 14.
To take advantage of the discounts you'll need to be an Amazon Prime member, which costs £79 a year or £7.99 a month.
Before splashing your cash on these toys, remember to check sites such as Price Spy and Idealo to find out if you can buy items cheaper at another store.
Free online price trackers like Price History and CamelCamelCamel will also give you an idea of whether you can save cash by buying it later in the year.
Here are the top toys Amazon reckons your children will want under the tree this year, in price order starting with the cheapest.
- £16 – buy now
Everyone knows the rules, but the showdown version sets a timer for when you have to make your move, making the game harder, faster and whole lot more fun.
It's the cheapest item on Amazon's Christmas list and we couldn't finder the game being sold for less anywhere else.
The next best offer was £19.98 from Very, The Hut and Smyths.
Playmobil Back to the Future DeLorean
- £39.99 – buy now
Take a trip back to the 1950s with Doc's DeLorean, which comes with 64 pieces for you to put together yourself.
The wheels fold in and the doors actually open, and it comes with a Marty McFly and Doc figurine to sit in the time machine.
You won't find the toy cheaper anywhere else – it's £10 more expensive at Very and JD Williams where it costs £49.99.
LOL Surprise! OMG Remix Honeylicious fashion doll
- £40 – buy now
Like other LOL Surprise dolls, the OMG Remix Honeylicious toy comes with 25 unboxing surprises, including two outfits.
The toy is part of a set of four to collect and costs £39.99 at Smyths – 1p cheaper.
Lego Super Mario Adventures Start Course
- £44.99 – buy now
Children can build their own Super Mario assault course to send the beloved video game character on a mission.
It comes with an interactive figurine has a built-in speaker to play iconic sounds and music from the video game while you play.
The set costs the same at Smyths and John Lewis, so you won't be missing out by shopping there.
Barbie Fresh 'n' Fun Food Truck
- £49.99 – buy now
Children can play at running their own food truck with the Barbie Fresh 'n' Fun toy, serving up popular dishes like salads, burgers and tacos.
Unfortunately, the Barbie doesn't come with it – you'll need to buy a separate doll or use one you already have at home to complete the set.
The same toy is available to buy for the same price at Smyths. As the toy is eligible for free delivery from both retailers you're getting the exactly the same deal.
- £54.99 – buy now
Bag yourself an interactive pup that's so excited to meet you that it actually makes its own way out of the packaging.
There are two up for grabs, Princess or Kweenie, and you won't know which one you've got until you open it.
You can also buy the toys from Argos where they cost £55. You'll need to pay an extra £3.95 for delivery though unless you pick yours up from a store.
Squeakee Interactive Balloon Dog
- £59.99 – buy now
If your child has been begging you for a dog since lockdown then this could be the perfect compromise.
Shaped like a balloon pup, Squeakee has over 60 different sounds and movements that makes him act like he's alive – pet his ears and he'll sit for you.
You'll find the same toy available to buy from JD Williams, Argos and Very but for £59.99.
VTech KidiZoom Studio Video Camera
- £59.99 – buy now
This handheld camera could be just the gift your child needs to kick off their YouTube career.
It comes with a tripod, mini-handle and a wrist strap, and 20 different backgrounds to make it look like they're are the beach or in outer space.
You can actually save a tenner on a blue version of the gadget at Smyths where it costs just £49.99.
Animatronic Baby Yoda
- £59.99 – buy from December 1
Bring a bit of the Galaxy home with you with this animated Baby Yoda toy.
Touch the top of The Child's head to activate sounds effects, touch it three times and the ears and head move as if Yoda is using the Force.
The toy will also be available to buy in Argos for £60.
Paw Patrol Dino Rescue Patroller
- £63 – buy now
The Paw Patrol team is back but this time the truck is motorised and will move by itself at the touch of a button.
You'll find the same toy available to buy at Argos but it's more expensive at £65 or £64.99 from Smyths.
LOL Surprise OMG Remix 4-in-1 Plane
- £92.99 – buy now
The latest toy from LOL Surprise, the Remix 4-in-1 Plane, transforms into a plane, car, recording studio and a mixing booth.
It also comes with 50 surprise gifts – you won't know exactly what you get until you open it – but they do include working lights, sounds and a drinks cart.
You can actually save £3 on the toy by shopping at Smyths or Very where the same gizmo is available to buy for £89.99.
Lego Star Wars The Mandalorian Bounty Hunter Transport Starship Toy
- £119.99 – buy now
If your child is a Star Wars fan then they'll love to get stuck in with this challenging build.
The set comes with two Lego minifigures too, including the Mandalorian and The Child.
The toy is exclusive to Amzon so you won't find it cheaper to buy anywhere else.
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