Where To Buy Little Tikes Magical Unicorn Carriage

Where To Buy Little Tikes Magical Unicorn Carriage

Last year the wonderful Little Tikes Princess Carriage was on lots of children's wish list, and now there's a new version with a unicorn instead of a pony! It has an RRP of £119.99, but we have found it selling for a lot less than that! Here's where to get the best deals on the Little Tikes Magical Unicorn Carriage:

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What is the Little Tikes Magical Unicorn Carriage?

The Little Tikes Magical Unicorn Carriage is a two in one ride-on for children that can be parent powered, or moved by little feet when they're older. It's a magical carriage pulled by a unicorn with a light-up horn and clip-clopping sound effects.

It has a removable floor plate so that you can switch from parent-push to foot-to-floor mode, an opening door, a cup holder, a storage trunk, and even an 'adult console storage area' on the roof so you can pop your phone up there to keep it safe!

It's suitable for children from 18 months to around 5 years, with a maximum user weight of 23kg.

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  • Jennifer T.

    bet Chloe would like this x

    • Carrie R.

      Who needs a balance bike when you can get a unicorn carriage you will have plenty of room in your new pad :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: xx

      • Lucy W.

        She'd love this!!!

        • Soph O.

          i know! It’s so big lol x

          • Karen P.

            can you think of someone :blush:

            • Sally L.

              I took your advice and took advantage of the 3 for 2....which included the little cozy coupe & yep that parrot doesn’t shut up...the delivery man said he really enjoyed that parcel in his van

              • Adam D.

                OMG :joy::joy::joy::joy::joy: Hope you've managed to shut it up now :joy::joy::see_no_evil:

                • Mark J.

                  i always wanted my own unicorn :stuck_out_tongue: