It's back! Big W's Toy Mania sale returns this month: What's on sale and when it's happening

Picture: Getty Images
Picture: Getty Images 

Get your wallets at the ready, because Big W's Toy Mania is just weeks away.

The mega sale will see more than 1000 toys on sale - some for up to 50 per cent off. Kicking off online on June 15, shoppers can also pick up bargains in store from June 17. 

Among the brands to have their prices slashed in this year's sale are LEGO, Barbie, Hot Wheels and Fisher Price. 

Other top picks include the Beyblade Speedtorm Battle Set, which will sell for just $69, down from $109 and the Hot Wheels Ultimate Garage, which will drop to $89 for the sale, a saving of $40. 

Picture: Star Wars The Child Life Size Plush Yoda is another top pick

Picture: Star Wars The Child Life Size Plush Yoda is among the items discounted

Shoppers can also save $20 on the Care Bear Crystal Bear Limited Edition (down to $69), pick up a Star Wars The Child Life Size Plush Yoda for $59, or the Bluey 4.5' Trampoline for $129. 

LEGO's City Wildlife Rescue Camp will drop to $109, and the enduringly popular toddler favourite Grow'N Up, Roadie the Rescue Coupe is down to $79. 

The full catalogue of the sale will be available in store and online from June 7, giving eager shoppers a week to pore over their top picks. And for the super organised among us to get ready for Christmas

BIG W's Chief Toy Buyer Christine Faulkner said it was their biggest sale to date.

Picture: Beyblades fans can pick up the Beyblade Speedstorm Battle Set for $69

Picture: Beyblades fans can pick up the Beyblade Speedstorm Battle Set for $69

"We know how much Aussies families look forward to Toy Mania and the ritual of sitting down and circling favourites with their kids, and this year we'll have plenty to choose from when over 1,000 toys go on sale," she said.

"By popular demand, online lay-by is returning for families wishing to buy now for Christmas, and for the first time customers will also be able to visualise big ticket outdoor toys in their space with augmented reality tools."