With Toys "R" Us closing all of their stores in the next few months, this Easter might be a great time to shop their sales, as they're probably trying to get rid of as much as possible. It's sad that this kid-shopping icon is going out of business, but there's nothing you can do to change that. You can, however, use this time to get fun Easter gifts for the kiddos, and also to put things away for upcoming birthdays and holidays. To help with this, we put together some suggestions on what to get at Toys "R" Us's Easter sale to minimize the cost but maximize your take.
The great thing about Toys "R" Us is you can shop for every kid, with every interest, in one place. Shop old school style and wander the aisles at a brick and mortar store or grab the laptop or iPad and see what piques your interest in the online store. Now's the time to use all those Toys "R" Us and Babies "R" Us gift cards, as the stores may close in the next two months. Make sure you get it right — you can't count on returning things the kids don't like.
So for the last time ever (unless someone rushes in and offers to buy the retail stores), here are some of the great things you can get at the Toys "R" Us Easter sale.
Fisher-Price Dancin' Tunes Rock N Roll Step-On Keyboard (now: $20, was: $30, Toys "R" Us)
Your little musician can create, record and playback music by stepping on the keys of this floor keyboard. It even includes sound effects.
Fisher-Price Little People Disney Princess Magical Wand Palace Playset (now: $35, was: $50, Toys "R" Us)
Shake the magic wand, spin the characters on the dance floor, or push a button, and this this elaborate princess play set will light up, make noises, or even say a few phrases. It's a great way for the kids to create stories with their favorite Disney princesses.
5Pirate Play Set
Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends Adventures Sea Monster Pirate Playset (now: $25, was: $40, Toys "R" Us)
Ahoy, matey. The kids can pretend they are pirates and make up all sorts of adventures on the high seas with this pirate-themed toy set.
6Star Wars Basketball Hoop
Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens Over the Door Basketball (now: $15, was: $25, Toys "R" Us)
Hook this hoop over your child's bedroom door and will serve as both a Star Wars poster and basketball hoop.
7Big Wheel Racer
9Catboy And Romeo Figures
PJ Masks Light-Up 3-inch Catboy and Romeo Figures - 2-Pack (now: $7, was: $10, Toys "R" Us)
The kids can use their imagination with these two action figurines. Catboy's amulet even lights up.
Beados B Sweet Scoop Pick N Mix Candy Stall Playset (now: $10, was: $20, Toys "R" Us)
Kids can make colorful creations with this DIY kit. Use up the beads? No worries. You can purchase the Beado refill set.
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