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With reported shortages and anticipated sell-outs, toys are worth prioritizing. It might be smart to focus on toys with multiple electronic parts (which may be potentially more impacted by supply chain hiccups), like, say, remote-controlled vehicles.
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A Lowe’s spokesperson tells Romper there’s also anticipation around tools and smart home devices for multiple reasons, potentially for customers’ own homes or for giving to others. Either way, maybe pop that Bluetooth speaker into your cart.
Supply chains slow-ups are reportedly also impacting what foods you may find at the grocery store. So if you like gifting tasty treats or making a big feast, maybe pick up ingredients like canned pumpkin or pecans as you shop in the coming weeks.