Toys R Us Free Lunch Box and Free $5 Gift Card
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Toys R Us Free Lunch Box and Free $5 Gift Card

Posted on Monday, July 19th, 2010 at 7:49 am
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Save Big on Toys for Your Little One

Save Big on Toys for Your Little One

Did you take advantage of the free lunchbox deal at Toys R Us? I came across it on Wednesday while we were out celebrating a child’s birthday. With any backpack purchase of $12.99 or more, you could pick out a free lunch box to go with it. You can see the deal here. Just wait for the graphic to flip to the lunch box offer and then click on it.

There are going to be a lot of great back to school deals coming up. The store have just gotten started. I’ll be posting those deals as they come up, but please leave me a comment if you spot any great ones–or post them in the forums.

By the way, Toys R Us makes a big deal of birthdays at their retail stores. Just check the birthday child in at the customer service desk. He or she will get a crown and a balloon, and the birthday will be announced over the store speaker. You can also sign up for Geoffery’s Birthday Club ahead of time. Your child will then receive a free $5 gift card a few days before the birthday arrives. You can sign up here.

I also wanted to mention to Toys R Us coupon codes. Well, actually, one is a coupon code and one is a coupon link.

Save $5 on BabyGanics

Everything for Clean & Healthy Baby, Save $5 on ANY 3 BabyGanics items priced $4.99 or more at Use Coupon Code: 928740

ToysRUs – Buy One Get One 50% Off

Hasbro mix and match.

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