I Want I Want is the retail arm of one of the UK's fastest growing toy distribution company's - The In Thing.com
The In Thing provide a wholesale and distribution gateway to the United Kingdom, Eire, Europe & beyond. Giving toy, craze & collectable manufacturers access to all retail & trade channels.
We are an agile company with a wealth of experience in getting products to market fast and our ‘order by 3.00pm & your order will leave the same day’ delivery pledge is the envy of the industry.
Is our wholesale and distribution website, supplying retailers across the UK and Europe. The site currently boasts over 800+ product lines including trading cards & stickers, collectables, toys, games and gadgets.
Is our retail website, serving individuals and collectors who wish to spend less than our £100 minimum spend on The In Thing.
Our goal is getting our product to the customer as quickly as possible. Order before 3.00pm we will despatch your order the same day for next working day delivery Guaranteed!
A small selection of our micro sites
Our postal address
Glenfield Park Two,
Lancashire, BB1 5QH
Here at I Want I Want we are proud to support 3 Charities that we believe are directly relevant to our organisation. As a toy organisation we enjoy the feeling of helping Children with whom we are directly involved with. The charities we support are:
Children with Leukaemia are the UK’s leading charity dedicated to fighting Britain’s biggest childhood cancer.
For more than 20 years, they have been helping children affected by leukaemia. They fund research into causes and treatments, support families through welfare programmes and campaign on their behalf.
Help us to help us this charity - buy a Gelli Baff - Children With Leukaemia Donation Pack (Red) for £4.99, of which 50p goes to the charity (click here)
The Meningitis Trust support everyone in the UK who is facing the challenge of life after meningitis through professional services. They help people practically, emotionally and financially. They also educate communities about the symptoms of meningitis, saving lives through early detection.
Help us to help us this charity - buy a Gelli Baff - The Meningitis Trust Donation Pack (Green) for £4.99, of which 50p goes to the charity (click here)
If you are a customer or supplier of our company please be aware we do not send out Christmas cards. Instead, we make an annual donation to the Toy Trust with what would be our Christmas Card budget plus of course save an odd tree or two :)
The Toy Trust exists to raise money predominantly from the toy industry, its suppliers and friends; and distribute the money raised to young disadvantaged and disabled children's charities within the UK and abroad.
Since its foundation in 1990 by the British Toy & Hobby Association, The Toy Trust has made a real difference to over a million children and their families in the UK and right across the world.
With the help of the many supporters of the trust, from across the entire industry, over £2.8 million has been raised since its inception.
There are many charities which benefit from the hard work and support of our members, many of which have their own charities that they support as individual companies.
The Toy Trust has benefitted from the support it has been given from across the whole industry which takes pride in being able to give something back to children in need of help.
The Toy Trust raises money throughout the year which is then distributed by a committee that meets five or six times each year to allocate grants to children's causes in need of support.
People up and down the country were joining in and sporting their brightest and boldest pink clothing, all in awareness of the Breast Cancer Pink Day campaign. Everyone at The In Thing turned out on Friday to raise money for the great cause, each donating £2 to be part of the biggest, pinkest day of the year.
Breast cancer research has made considerable progress over the past two decades and vital work is still underway. Past research has resulted in improvements in quality of life and survival for so many women. However, one in nine women in the UK will be diagnosed during her lifetime. Each research project funded by the charity brings them one step closer to beating breast cancer.