We can’t talk about Black Friday or holiday shopping without talking about Toys R Us. The toy tycoon is the place to go for all the kids on your holiday shopping list. Any toy they could possibly dream of will be at Toys R Us and on sale.
Toys for all
the lovely tots in your life
Toys R Us is getting a jump on Black Friday! All their stores will open at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving. The first wave of deals lasts from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. that night. These are special, one-time-only deals (while supplies last) during the first four hours. Some of the hot ticket deals include 50 percent off Skylanders, the highest requested toy this year, and Furbies for only $30. Also during the 4-Hour Deals, pick up a LeapFrog LeapPad2 Explorer for 50 percent off the original price. To top it all off, any purchase of $75 or more gets you a $10 gift card to spend on anything in the store on Thursday or Friday. Those are some serious sales.
If you’re not quite ready to miss Thanksgiving dinner to shop, that’s OK. Toys R Us still has doorbuster sales starting at 5 a.m. on Black Friday that last until closing time on Saturday. Standing out among the other deals on Black Friday is the free $40 gift card Toys R Us is giving away when you buy a Kurio 7S Android Family Tablet (retail $150). If you’re looking for more classic toys for the kids in your life, grab some Hot Wheels on sale for less than $1! You could fill an entire stocking with Hot Wheels cars! Or there is a $10 Crayola Super Art Crafts and Coloring Kit that will make any crafty kid happy. Lego fans can get select sets for $60 off the regular retail price.
Toys R Us is also offering some storewide sales during Black Friday until Saturday. Find over 50 game titles on sale for $15 each and DVDs and Blu-rays starting at just $4 each. If you get there early enough, you can check off both the adults and children on your list with these deals. Once you’ve bought all the hottest toys of this season, head over to the clearance section, which will be reduced up to 80 percent through Saturday. With sales like this, you shouldn’t have to pay full price for a single toy you buy this holiday season.