The final trading date for Toys R Us UK stores will be April 24, with all locations closing by that day. The UK branch went into administration in February, putting 3,000 jobs at risk, with "an orderly wind-down" getting underway after the failure to find a buyer.
This morning, Carpetright said it was seeking agreement from landlords to close 81 stores, while slashing rents on a further 113 outlets.
Toys R Us in Norwich is set to close.
It has now been revealed though that you have less than two weeks to continue to take advantage of this state of affairs, as the iconic high street chain will officially close its doors on April 24.
The billionaire behind MGA Entertainment - the Van Nuys, Calif. -based manufacturer of Little Tikes and Lol Surprise, in addition to Bratz dolls - told The Post he will submit a last-minute bid on Friday to buy 274 top-performing Toys R Us and Babies R Us stores in the USA for $675 million.More news: Chelsea's Eden Hazard left unhappy after West Ham draw at Stamford Bridge
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Simon Thomas, Joint Administrator and Partner at Moorfields, said: "We are grateful for the hard work of everybody at Toys "R" Us' during this extremely difficult and challenging time".
The retailer's administrators have confirmed over 2,000 employees will be made redundant.
He said: 'The stores across the county will be open as usual until the last day of trading and we would encourage shoppers to make the most of the great deals on offer.
Discounts of up to 70% are now available at the remaining stores, with all bikes, vehicle seats, strollers and action figures now on offer at half-price.