Peppa Pig Play Kitchen £31.99 @ Very (Expired)

20 August 2017
Peppa Pig Play Kitchen £31.99 @ Very

This is a real bargain for Peppa Pig fans! You can now get this Peppa Pig Play Kitchen for just £31.99 at Very! It has been selling for way more than that and is still £79.99 at Argos!

The Peppa Pig Play Kitchen is designed to look like Peppa Pig's own kitchen from the TV show and kids can have great fun cooking up pretend treats.

It includes a play fridge and cooker, a hob that can be turned over to uncover a toaster, plus a sink and washing machine too. There are even little recycling bins as well as cooking and food accessories, so this should keep the kids busy for ages.

The play kitchen also features cooking sounds and plays the Peppa Pig theme tune.

You'll need to grab some AA batteries and it needs 3 and they aren't included, and it's suitable for children aged three and over.

Collect+ is free of charge, or home delivery costs £3.99.

Thanks to Matt1987

TOPICS:   Toys

39 comments

  • Keri J.

    Don't have it in my bank account or I would snap it up xx

  • Karen P.

    Don't bother, poor quality

  • Catherine H.

    It's worth £32 I would say. My daughters had hers since Xmas and it's fine. Of course, there are better built ones out there but they're more expensive. I know what you mean though, I did expect it to be sturdier.

  • Susan A.

    My daughter had it.. its rubbish. . Not worth the money... and kept falling over.. x

  • Samantha L.

    I got if for twenty think that was worth it maybe stretch to 30 but no more! Very flimsy chicken timer broke within hours and took ages to put together!

  • Karen L.

    Fine if u don't try to move it lol

  • Kirsti T.

    i know a little lass whod love this

  • Taryn T.

    This would be amazing!! Littlies would love it

  • Jessica C.

    It looks lovely but hasn't got very good reviews x

  • Clare M.

    Rubbish kitchen. Not worth the money.

  • Tracy A.

    Aw really. Thats probs why the price has dropped x

  • Tracy J.

    Our little one had this for Christmas last year and although in the sale I wouldnt buy another I'm forever having to fix it as the doors come off and as stated by somebody else falls apart if moved

  • Tamara R.

    That looks good. I'll have a look. She'd love that! X

  • Adele M.

    I'd love that for her lol xx

  • Melanie R.

    I wouldn't waste your money :joy::joy: I paid £49.99 when it first came out it was half price. The door of the fridge never closed as the way it was packaged and the flimsy plastic its made of meant that it was stuck in the wrong shape. God forbid you ever try and move it even the slightest it will just fall to bits :joy:

  • Sammie I.

    such a shame this has so many bad reviews :( i would have loved this for my kids but staying clear seems everyone is saying its awful quality

    • Michelle P.

      My little boy loves it but as a parent...its crap. Really flimsy and I'm constantly fixing it and if it needs moving it falls apart. Not worth the money is much rather buy a solid wooden one

  • Rhys D.

    It's already on my santa list!

  • Courtney M.

    That play pennies is good!

  • Audrey M.

    oh will have a wee look xx

  • Alex P.

    My kids love playing with it don't get me wrong.....but I on the other hand don't enjoy putting it back together EVERY SINGLE NIGHT :speak_no_evil::speak_no_evil::speak_no_evil::persevere::persevere::persevere:

  • Nicky C.

    Still like his wooden one better :grinning: xxx

  • Laurie S.

    Love it, too girly though?! :joy::joy::see_no_evil::joy: x

  • Christine N.

    :grimacing::grimacing::grimacing:I haven't got room for the one down Nannys. So I better not xxx

  • Sophie D.

    Haha omg Mia would love it lmao x

  • Becki P.

    Thank you! Just ordered it :heart:

  • Sophie D.

    Shes Peppa mad!! Or should i say 'Pep!!' :see_no_evil: x

  • Felicity T.

    I brought for my little girl for Christmas and it's still being played with. I would recommend it x

  • Kellie W.

    Ah she already has a kitchen anyway :smile:

  • Kelly W.

    I paid £99.99 from argos for this last year... waste of money it’s cheap plastic and very flimsy not even worth a tenner! :rage::rage:

  • Lisa G.

    Got this for my son last Black Friday in Morrisons, was £20. Was just about worth that. Maybe. Its since ended up in the bin. Absolutely rubbish. Dont waste your money.

  • Gemma C.

    I got it last year for £20 in Black Friday sale & I think it's brilliant so don't worry what others are saying

  • Gemma C.

    Am I the only one who hasn't had a problem with this?? Got last year & yes granted it's a little flimsy but I think it's great! You get what you pay for, if you want complete stable then maybe buy a wooden kitchen lol

    • Wendy W.

      I have this and still going strong x fair enuth the oven doors comes off but no prob to put back and the extras are great

  • Gareth R.

    Got one for my daughter for christmas, best thing we bought. Still gets played with every day by her and her 2 big brothers!

  • Della S.

    I've got one, my 2 year old loves it, plays with it every day, no problems with it at all, don't know original price as it was a present, but it sounds like a bargain at that price

  • XJoanne M.

    I got in Black Friday for £20 to, been up since January & 2 year old still has fun with it. Been moved between his room & living room a few times to & is still fine :blush:

  • Kaylie C.

    I paid £20 at Christmas, it's flimsy well worth £30 though

  • Emma R.

    I have read so many bad comments about this but we haven't had a problem with ours. It's been up since Christmas and gets played with regularly. Yes the kitchen door doesn't stay closed very well and the washing machine door does sometimes fall off. But my main complaint would be when they take the recycling drawers out and put other items in there as they are near impossible to get out. But for the £20 we paid for it I was overall impressed. I would be didsapointed if I had paid the full price x

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