Have you heard of Amazon Kids' Wish List? It's a safe way for your children to pick what they want for Christmas, plus for a limited time you can get 15% off your first purchase of £20 or more. Just create an Amazon Kids Wish List via the link below, and when making your purchase use the code KWL15 for 15% off! Please note you have to wait 24 hours after creating and adding the items to your kids' wish list before you can use the code.
15% off Amazon Kids' Wishlist
This offer is great for those large Christmas presents, as you can really save a packet on the expensive toys this way. To get started create a Kids' Wish List here*.
The KWL15 promotional code will be activated once your eligibility is confirmed (automatically), within 24 hours of adding your first product to your Kids' Wish List, and to redeem the offer enter “KWL15” in the “Your gift certificates and coupons” section of the checkout page.
There's a minimum spend of £20, the code can only be used once per customer, and it's valid only on items purchased via your Amazon Kids' Wish List. These must be items sold and dispatched by Amazon themselves (not a third party), and the offer ends on 30th November 2020.
Top Toy Picks With Amazon Wish List Code
Choose a toy that's already on offer, or where Amazon have price-matched another store's offer and you can get some mega savings.
- LEGO Super Mario Starter Course* RRP £49.99, Amazon price £42.95, now £36.51 with code KWL15
Amazon Kids' Wish List
There's nothing worse than the kids picking toys for their Christmas that are too old for them. You've then got to negotiate carefully into getting them to choose something else. Eradicate that headache by creating an Amazon Kids Wishlist with your child - they will only see the toys for their age range.
Once you and your child’s list has been compiled it becomes available in your account. From there you can manage it and share it with friends and family.
It's not just great for Christmas either, but ideal for birthdays and other special occasions.
I think it's fair to say that many of us buy a bulk of our kids' Christmas presents from Amazon, especially Prime members, so this free to use tool is really helpful.