Children will be giving parents across the UK advice on the best toys to buy their kids for Christmas, thanks to Tesco’s latest initiative.
The high street supermarket is letting five kids, aged between five and nine, man their customer service line for four hours on Saturday 5 November.
The idea was sparked after Tesco found, through a survey of 2,000 parents, that 66% weren’t sure what to buy their kids for Christmas.
“We want to help take the stress out of Christmas this year, and with our Toy Tester Hotline, we’ll be offering advice on this season’s most loved toys,” said Dawn Lavalette, head of buying for toys and nursery at Tesco.
The hotline will see five-year-old Beau Culleton, six-year-old Kai Sneddon and Scarlett Lobb and Hudson Lobb aged seven and nine, give advice to parents.