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Cookies are very small files that are downloaded to your computer when you visit a website such as Best Toys for 2 Year Old.

This page will tell you why Best Toys for 2 Year Old use cookies, what information they collect and how we use the information. It also tells you how you can block cookies, although doing this will stop websites such as Best Toys for 2 Year Old from working as they are designed to.

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How Best Toys for 2 Year Old use cookies

Best Toys for 2 Year Old use cookies for a range of reasons. We have thought carefully about each cookie that is set on the Best Toys for 2 Year Old website and want to achieve the right balance between protecting your privacy and providing a useful website for people buying toys for 2 year olds.

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Affiliate links Various The Best Toys for 2 Year Old website earns money through affiliate commission. If you click on a link to one of the toys we recommend for 2 year old children then a cookie will be placed to tell the affiliate company that you found the toy via the Best Toys for 2 Year Old website. If you go on to buy the toy, or another toy on the same website, then this will allow Best Toys for 2 Year Old to receive affiliate commission. We use Amazon. You can find more information about Amazon’s privacy policy here.

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