Wired Entertainment will host an interactive Christmas sale at its Deniliquin store today.CASS SAVELLIS December 6, 2013 4:35am
Wired Entertainment will be celebrating its 7th Christmas today by holding a massive Christmas toy sale for one day only.
An array of activities are happening in store, including face painting and free slot car racing from 4pm to 6pm and a sausage sizzle provided by the Deniliquin Lions Club.
Kids can also test their favourite toys with demonstrations of items including Xbox gaming consoles, and there are DIY Santa photos available.
There is 20 per cent off a huge range of toys in store including board games, puzzles and remote control planes and helicopters.
The store stocks outdoor play equipment including pools, inflatable water slides and jumping castles, bikes and scooters, perfect for summer holiday entertainment.
There are toys suitable for toddlers including counting and learning activities, right up to primary-aged kids including CAT trucks, dolls, supermarket and kitchen play sets.
Wired is rewarding their customers this Christmas – count the number of red presents in the Wired toy catalogue and fill out the entry form on the back page of the catalogue for your chance to win a giant plush bear.
Customers can also go into the draw to win a Holden Barina by spending $30 or more in store.
Wired Entertainment is located on the corner of George and Hardinge Sts, phone 5881 3555 for more information.
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