Build-A-Bear re-launches Pay Your Age offer – but this year tickets are limited

Build-A-Bear Pay your Age offer is back for another year with a new and improved format.

If you have a little one who loves Build-A-Bear toys, you might want to head down to your nearest store this week for the re-launch of their Pay Your Age offer.

The bears usually retail for around £14, but the Pay Your Age offer means you simply pay the current age of your child.

So, if you’re little tot is 5-years-old you only have to pay a fiver for the cuddly toy.

Last year, the popular children’s toy store offer proved so popular that several stores had to close early amid safety concerns as some shoppers queued for eight hours to get their hands on the discounted toys.

But this year, Build-A-Bear has launched a new and improved version with limited tickets on offer.

Build-A-Bear is offering an opportunity to enter an online sweepstake to be in with the chance of winning a birthday party in-store experience worth £200, and a chance to participate in a limited ticket offer to the Pay Your Age event.

All you have to do is register your interest online between the 11th and 16th June by creating a birthday profile for your child online and registering for the free Build-A-Bear rewards scheme.

And, if you’re one of the lucky winners you will be invited to one of two Pay Your Age slots between 24th and 28th June.

Though the tickets are limited, Build-A-Bear promises that more than 200,000 children around the world are expected to receive an exclusive Pay Your Age invite ticket.

Your child can make one cuddly toy, and two toys can be purchased per ticket.

Other promotions cannot be used in conjunction with the offer, and accessories and outfits for your new furry friends can only be purchased at full price.

Though, if you miss out on a ticket, you are guaranteed a money-off voucher to use in store only.

We are sure the Pay Your Age offer is going to be a hit with the little tots again this year.

So, you better hurry and enter online as don’t forget the tickets are limited this year.