Presidents’ Day Sale 2012: 4-Day Sale from Toys “R” Us and Babies “R” Us

By on Feb 20, 2012 in Lifestyle, United States, World Comments

Toys “R” Us and Babies “R” US 2012 Presidents’ Day Sale
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2012 Presidents’ Day Sale is another opportunity for customers to buy what they want with discounted price.

Just like Kohls, Sears, Staples, Macys, Kmart and other retailers as previously reported on this site, Toys “R” US and Babies “R” Us also offers 4-day sale. Sale started last Friday, February 17, 2012 and will be finished on Monday, February 20,2012.

Here are some of the highlights of the deals as shown in Toys “R” Us catalog:

  • Save $10 on Crayola art supplies upon total purchase of $30 or more
  • Free Mario Kart 7 Stylus Pack upon buying Nintendo DS Lite
  • Free Hot Wheels Single Basic Car with any total Hot Wheels diecast and play set purchase of $25 or more.
  • 25% off on all Disney 4-in-1 ride-ons
  • 30% off on LEGO Construction sets
  • Save $15 on Disney Princess Royal Talking Princess Kitchen
  • 75% off on Kachooz Mega Moops
  • 25% Off on all Tony Hawk Bikes
  • Maylong M-250 7” Android Tablet for $99.99

In addition to the deals mentioned above from Toys “R” Us, the catalog also shows deals given by Babies “R” Us.

Following are list of deals from Babies “R” Us:

  • 25% Off on all Amy Coe Clothing & Accessories
  • Save $75 on Hannah Glider – Coffee Pebble
  • 20% off on all baby books, photo album & picture frame

Toys “R” Us and Babies “R” Us offers free shipping on everything provided that a $75 purchase of qualifying items, subject to the terms and condition, is met by the customers.

Note: Prices and offers listed above are subject to change without prior notice from Toys “R” Us and Babies “R” Us. The stock availability of these items cannot be guaranteed by this website to last over the period of Presidents’ Day Sale.

Visit Macy’s Presidents’ Day Sale 2012 and Best Buy Presidents’ Day Sale 2012 for more deals.

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