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Build a Bear Coupons

Posted on Friday, December 3rd, 2010 at 12:39 pm
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At Christmas time, we try to encourage our children to give gifts to each other to show how much they mean to each other. The gifts are usually hand made ones, but this years they are starting to ask about using their own money to purchase store bought gifts for each other.

One solution that my oldest son came up with was to treat his younger brother to the Build a Bear Store, since he loves stuffed animals. This way, they could make their own stuffed animals. Of course, this means that I started looking around for coupons right away. Fortunately I found some!

Here is a printable coupon good for $5 off of a $25 purchase.

There will also be a $10 off of $30 coupon in the upcoming RedPlum coupon insert this Sunday (scroll down to see the complete Sunday coupon insert preview).

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