Paw Patrol Paw Patroller £49.97 Delivered @ Amazon

Paw Patrol Paw Patroller £49.97 Delivered

We can't remember ever seeing the Paw Patrol Paw Patroller reduced. Last Christmas, this was the toy to buy. It was out of stock EVERYWHERE. It's still popular now, so we are shocked to see it selling for just £49.97 at Amazon. That price includes FREE delivery too! Beats paying £60+ for it!

Paw Patrol is well and truly 'in' with the pre-schoolers. If you have a little guy or gal with a birthday soon, you won't go wrong with the Paw Patrol Paw Patroller as a present.

The Paw Patrol Paw Patroller is a rescue vehicle and can hold three Paw Patrol vehicles inside, or display up to six vehicles when open. It comes with Ryder and his vehicle.

Your little one can act out their own Paw Patrol adventures with this with the Paw Patroller's sound effects and working lift.

It comes with 3 x LR44 batteries and is suitable for children aged three years old and above.

As always with Amazon, we recommend you buy sooner rather than later, as the prices increase without a moments notice!

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  • Carly J.

    This is amazing but ain't got no pennies at moment.

  • Karen M.

    Ordered one, thank you xx

  • Holly H.

    Check the reviews !!

  • Jenni A.

    I so want this but I still reckon it's expensive!! X

  • Joanne B.

    Which website is this on please? It won't let me open the link :pensive:

    • PlayPennies

      Here's the direct link Joanne:

    • Chanel F.

      Aww thanks will have a look xx

  • Toni H.

    Such a good saving I'm gutted :( x

  • Cindy D.


  • Ellie B.

    Still a horrendous price :scream: why do toys have to be soo expensive!

  • Natalie S.

    My little boy was given one of these as a present and I can honestly say I would not have paid the discounted price let alone full price!

    • Tracy-anne B.

      I bought my son one last October for his birthday. It is really loved and well played with and still looks new. I don't think it will break easily.

    • Natalie S.

      Clearly something that divides opinions :blush: to put it into context for you it definitely is nowhere near as robust as vtech toot toots. I suppose it depends how heavy handed you children are

    • Tanya M.

      Got my 3 year old son one for christmas he loves it even sits on it and pushes himself round on it crashes it into things aswell and it still like new dont see where ppl saying its poor quality

  • Lindsey J.

    Best price I've seen xc

  • Leanne T.

    Looks good but doesn't come with any of the pups tho which is a shame. Expensive business, Paw Patrol lol xx

  • Jodie G.

    Still £50 though!

  • Lauren B.

    The reviews are pretty rubbish, it's literally the transporter for £50, you don't get anything but Ryder xxx

  • Terri K.

    Already bought and paid full price:confounded::confounded:

  • Anna R.

    Oh my god that's amazing!

  • Erin J.

    Raging iv juat paid £60 for this ahhh

  • Rachael L.

    Yesss x

  • Claire D.

    Ordered! X

  • Emily N.

    We got one!! X

  • Linzi W.

    Still not mega cheap but cheaper than usual lol. X

  • Christy E.

    So wud if i had the money hopefuly still b on offer monday xx

  • Bean F.

    £50 he can wait and buy his own

  • Sheryl O.

    Brill thank you! :)

  • Sophie L.

    Thanks for this, I've just bought it haha x

  • Dani W.

    How long is this offer on 4?

  • Carly R.

    Looks like a good toy.x

  • Michelle W.

    I looked at these in the entertainer, awful quality!

  • Sammi J.

    I just paid £60 2 weeks ago :disappointed:

  • Jane M.

    Ooh thanks for the good spot xx

  • Neil A.

    Paw patrol toys are such poor quality, lack of functionality for the price Expensive for what they are

  • Holly-Jane M.

    Thank you!!! Xx

  • Joanna P.

    Thank you xxx

  • Kirsty H.


  • daisybo36

    i doubled my tesco points and got it for 4.97 

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