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Penneys has just introduced a massive Late Late Toy Show range

Owls everywhere.

NOT LONG NOW.

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Seriously. Even though it feels like summer has just passed, it’s only a month and a half until the Late Late Toy Show sweeps the nation for one Friday night.

This year, they’ve teamed up with Penneys again to release a special festive range for charity – this time choosing Temple Street Foundation and CMRF Crumlin to be the recipients.

And it’s bigger and better than ever.

Look at this hooded blanket featuring the Late Late owl

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That’s €16.00.

There are Christmas jumpers, obviously, and they cost €16 too

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They have these adult pyjama sets for €14

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And these kids PJs for €10

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Toy Show Christmas Baubles sets will cost you €5

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Look at this “My First Toy Show Sleepsuit and Hat Set”

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That’ll be €10.

There’s even a bib for €3

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Bask in the glow of this festive stocking

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And chocolate/coffee mugs

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Finally, these slipper socks are only perfect to settle into the Toy Show with your owl feet up

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Announcing the range today, Penneys said they’ll be donating a total of €75,000 to Temple Street Foundation and CMRF Crumlin, and everything is available from November 7.

Prepare yourselves.

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