Mums are going mad for a huge Paw Patrol sale in Morrisons with goodies worth £100 marked down to £30

IF you're a parent to a young child you probably know a LOT about Paw Patrol.

And now we can reveal Morrisons has marked down its range of Paw Patrol goodies – although it is just thought to be from the films.

Parents are understandably delighted about it with one woman revealing she had scooped $106 worth of goods for her son's birthday for just £31.

People were delighted for her – and also rushed to their nearest Morrison's.

She said: "Morrisons are selling off their Paw Patrol Movie stuff.

All of this should have been £106 and it came to £31 so I managed to save £75 for my little boy's birthday in a few weeks.

"The big cars were £4.50 from £15.

"True metal cars were £1.50 from £5 Figures were £2 from £7 And the little boxes were £1 from £3."


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Other parents raced to the shop – and also scooped bargains.

"Thank you so much!" said one mum. "I managed to pop to my local one today and got my little boy this lot. Will try another one tomorrow to try and get the big vehicles he hasn’t got."

Another added: "I got one of the die cast cars and three figures. It’s only the paw patrol movie stuff. They didn’t have any in my nearest Morrison’s but we went to another one and they had these four things."

Thousands of people commented – with many saying they were on their way to the supermarket too.

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