Happyland Christmas Set £4 @ Early Learning Centre

A great stocking filler for any Happyland fan, the Happyland Christmas set is £5 at Early Learning Centre, reduced from £10. If you add the promotional code: SANTA Lynley wrote about a week ago, you’ll also get another £1 off, although the free delivery doesn’t seem to work anymore. You’ll be better off collecting in store, as £4.95 for delivery is pretty rough when you’re only paying £4 for the set.

Happyland sets have been around forever, haven’t they? I saw a display once of all the Happyland ‘special’ characters and it was rather impressive, actually!

The Happyland Christmas set is a 5-piece set, consisting of Santa, his sleigh, Rudolph, a snowman and a Christmas tree and they are suitable for children from 18 months and up.  The single reviewer on ELC says his daughter plays with it all the time and that it would be great to see more Happyland Christmas figures to add to the set. S/he also says that it’s worth the money and makes a great stocking filler.

The Happyland Christmas set has also been awarded a Mumsnet Best 2010 award.

Thanks to Luckypie at HUKD

TOPICS:   Christmas UK   Toys


  • flyingirl
    Not sure if I am being thick but I cannot find the collect in-store option and I don't seem to see this on the Mothercare website. Sigh. Will have to hope they have it in stock at my local store and pay £5 unless anyone has a 20% code which can be used as a print off rather than a code?
  • LynleyOram
    With the Santa code you only get free delivery if you spent £50 (click on link above to see how it works). I don't think you're being thick flygirl! I have not seen an option to choose to collect instore for the ELC before either = Mothercare may be different I've never checked but they are owned by the same company. I think you may have to call them if you want to arrange to collect it instore.
  • LynleyOram
    well what do you know, they do offer an instore collection service at Mothercare. That's on the plus side. On the down side they only do so on selected items. Here's what it says under their Delivery Options for instore collection: "Free on all orders. Only available on selected lines. All items in basket must be available for collect in store. Please see individual product pages for details."

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