Kmart Holiday Toy Book Deals: Oct 26 - Nov 22
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Kmart Holiday Toy Book Deals: Oct 26 – Nov 22

Posted on Tuesday, October 28th, 2014 at 8:00 am
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The Kmart Holiday Toy Book has just been released! Check them out now and then bookmark this post for when you plan your Black Friday shopping trips!

Stay up to date on all the latest Black Friday ads and deals as they are released by visiting our Black Friday page. As new ads come out, we’ll post all the deals on that page.

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Disney Cars Diecast – $5.99

Disney Planes Diecast – $5.99

Disney Planes Fire And Rescue Oversized Plane – $10.99

Lots To Love Baby Bathtime Doll, 8 Inch – $5.99

Monster High 13 Wishes Party Doll – $9.99

With Coupon #9

  • $5.00/1 Ever After or Monster High Toys, Any In Catalog; Coupon #9; Limit 5; Kmart Online Coupon Code TOYS – Kmart Toy Catalog (Valid from 10/26/14) – (exp. 11/22/14)

My First Craftsman Toolbox, 30 pc – $9.99

My Little Pony Equestria Girls Rainbow Rocks Doll – $10.99

My Little Pony Pop Theme Pack – $5.99

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Basic Action Figures – $10.99
Black Friday Sporting Goods

NBA Street Basketballs – B1G1 50% Off

Regularly $15.99 ea

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