Savvy parents scramble to get their hands on Disney toy kitchens as they’re reduced from £55 to just £7 | The Sun

SAVVY parents are going nuts for a Disney toy kitchen that’s been reduced from £55 to £7.

The Mickey And Friends kitchen with accessories is exclusive to Primark.

The huge set was originally sold at £55 but it is cropping up at £7 in stores all over the UK.

Many have taken to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK to share their finds. 

One mum penned that she “never gets a bargain” and “couldn’t believe it” when she saw the toy set.

The cute miniature kitchen is made from wood, with a built-in sink, microwave, oven and stove.

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There’s even a Mickey Mouse shaped clock on the top of it. 

Among the included accessories is a red saucepan with a lid, an egg-themed frying pan and Mickey Mouse shaped fried egg.

It also includes a spatula and wooden spoon for all the cooking fun.

Kids wanting to dine on their make-believe dinners will have a wooden cutlery and plate set.

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The toy is recommended for children three-years-old and above. 

According to one Primark worker, the budget department store is putting the toys out in small batches to stop people from bulk buying them. 

Social media has seen an influx of people sharing the steal, with posts stormed with comments of people asking if the set is available in their local store.

Many parents had the idea of buying one and locking it away to use as a Christmas gift in ten months time. 

Other shoppers were less optimistic. 

One Disney fan said: “I really love this.

“Why do I never find things like this?”

A second moaned: “Yeah by the time I get one they will be gone, which is nothing new.”

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According to Early Years Matters, play kitchens are good for little ones because they inspire creativity. 

It allows them to play different roles and explore real life scenarios in a fun and safe way. 

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