The Entertainer announces online & in-store offers including BOGOF in-store and up to £25 off when shopping online

The Entertainer claims it is helping to keep the family entertained, and boredom squashed thanks to a host of exclusive offers and big savings.

In-store shoppers can take advantage The Entertainer’s Buy One Get One Free across all toys, helping to keep the cost of fun and educational toys down.

Online, shoppers can use the Boredom Buster discount to receive £5 off when they spend £25, £10 off when they spend £50 and £25 off when they spend £100.

The offer is valid for everything at The Entertainer, from games and collectables to construction blocks and role play toys including some of Christmas’s sell-out toys and most popular toy brands including L.O.L Surprise, Nerf, Hot Wheels and LEGO, there is something to keep every child entertained at home.

Pictionary Air – RRP £20 – (Ages 8+)

Get ready for hysterical family dun with Pictionary Air Game. Draw in the air and see it on your device – download the Pictionary Air app to your smartphone or tablet to get started!

This is a modern take on the classic game, simply point the in-app camera at the illustrator and they’ll appear, along with their sketch, on the screen of your smart device. 

LEGO City Sky Parachute Arrest – RRP £25 – (Ages 5+)

Restore justice with this LEGO City Sky Police Parachute Arrest set. This awesome LEGO City set includes a cool, colourful police jet, two vehicles, two LEGO police officer figures, two burglars and extra accessories for you to imagine the scene with and a parachute to help your police officer catch the bad guys.

MONOPOLY  – RRP £22 – (Ages 8+)

Suitable for anywhere between two and eight players, the name of the game in MONOPOLY is to buy, sell and trade properties to build up a winning empire.

Whether you choose to play as a battleship, race car, top hat or Scottie dog, roll the dice to make your way around the iconic board. Then use your money to build houses and hotels in some of London’s most famous spots, not forgetting about those four railway stations.

The winner is the player who ends up with all the money, so don’t let anyone cheat and go for gold!

Collect some extra cash when you pass GO, draw a Chance card, look out for the Community Chest and make sure you avoid jail in this classic game.

What’s That Smell? – RRP £20 – (Ages 14+)

What’s That Smell? Is the hilarious and stinky new party game! Use the included whiff strips to correctly guess the scents of over 45 mystery scented cards. Each card comes folded over, so the answer is a secret and there can be no cheating as you sniff out points to outrank your friends and family.

Bank Attack Electronic Game – RRP £20 – (Ages 14+)

Can you complete your mission and recover £50 million? Bank Attack Electronic Game is for two, three, or four players – crack the safe filled with gold working together. 

Choose your role and select your level, then follow the instructions without delay! Grab the right tools and use them quickly to collect the money.

Fast-paced, cooperative fun for ages 7 and over.

Novie Interactive Smart Robot – RRP £25 – (Ages 4+)

Novie, the interactive robot is ready to go straight out of the box! Switch Novie on and get playing straight away, with over 75 actions and 12 tricks to teach him, like Spinout, Berzerk, Fartnado and more!