Right now Target is having a BIG sale on hundreds of toys at deep discounts of up to 50% Off both in stores and online.
There are LOTS of playsets & toys to choose from for all ages including Little Tikes Kingdom Builders Hex Castle, Select Pikmi Pops, the Harry Potter Real Talking Sorting Hat and lots more.
If you are shopping online, shipping is FREE for everyone right now thru 12/21, and as always, if you have a REDcard you will get an additional 5% Off.
In addition – there are some other special offers on select toys, including a sale on Fisher-Price toys up to 30% off this week thru 11/16. In addition, you can get a FREE Rock-A-Stack valued at $5.99 when you buy a select Fisher-Price toy both in stores and online.
However, before you shop in-stores, you might want to look online as some sale prices are better on Target.com. Just as an example, the Fisher-Price Smart Moves Rockit is on sale for $27.99 in stores, but the sale price is $22.74 online, regularly $39.99 in stores. Even better, this toy qualifies for the FREE Rock-a-Stack with purchase.
Keep in mind if you are shopping online, you will have to pick up the FREE Rock-a-Stack since it is out of stock for shipping. Just be sure that you add the Smart Moves Rockit or other qualifying Fisher-Price toy AND the Rock-A-Stack manually to your cart and choose free store pick-up in order to get this deal. Once you have both items in your cart, the Rock-a-Stack price will automatically come off at checkout.
One other nice way to get a big discount on toys is with Target Circle Offers. We have offers to save up to 35% on select toys fro Leap-Frog, Toy Story & More. Some can only be used in stores, but others can be used online as well.
If you haven’t used it yet, you can save even more with the mobile Target coupon to save 25% Off one toy, kids’ book or Craft Activity Kit (Valid thru 11/23). Just text TOY to 827438 to get your coupon, which comes with a unique online code to use on Target.com.
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